Hello, Hybrid Chicks! It’s time to spotlight another one of our fabulous designers here on The Hybrid Chick today. Today we will be taking a look at the beautiful creations of designer Jennifer Fox!
Not only does Jennifer have a great eye for color in her kits, but her patterned papers make the transition to real-world papercrafts just beautifully, as we’ll see. She also adds several elements to her kits that can easily be printed and used on your scrapbook pages as well!
Here’s how you can keep up with the latest news and info from Jennifer:
- Blog: Jennifer Fox Designs
- Newsletter: Jennifer Fox Designs Newsletter
- Facebook: Jennifer’s Fan Page
- Twitter: jfoxdesigns
And here’s a peek at some of Jennifer’s great collections that you’ll find in her shop:
Jennifer has her own hybrid creative team, so I found a ton of fantastic project in the gallery to show you today! First, here’s an adorable set of cards from scrappydonna, using Funkalicious Fall collab:
I was tempted. I wanted to play around with Jennifer’s pretty papers, too!
I decided that I’d like to make an apple out of Kelleigh Ratzlaff’s Perfect Pumpkin and Autumn Leaves templates! I’ve seen this done before and I just had to have one of my own. Here’s how my box turned out:
For this project, I chose a red paper from Jennifer’s Won’t You Tell Me Your Name kit. I LOVE how rich and beautiful it turned out!
I used the green plain paper for my leaves and I added a bit of a Linear Burn to the edges by adding an Inner Stroke to the leaf shape in Photoshop. It gave my leaves an inked up look once they were printed! I also slightly scored them down the middle, so that I could fold them a tad to make them look a little more “real.”
I also picked a tag from the kit and added the words “Just for You” to it. Then I printed, snipped and assembled my little apple box! I love it… it’s so cute! I’m thinking that I’ll fill it with chocolates and give it to my mom this week for Thanksgiving! (Don’t worry—I don’t think she’s knows about this blog! LOL!)
Hope you enjoyed the inspiration today! And we hope you found something that’s just perfect for your next hybrid project, too!
Other Articles by Nicole Seitler:
- Spotlight on: BasicGrey - February 26th, 2011
- For the Love of Hybrid! - February 24th, 2011
- Make your own Autumn Centerpiece - November 8th, 2010
- Spotlight on: Dysfunctional Design - September 25th, 2010
- Spotlight on: Karen Lewis Designz - August 28th, 2010