Thursday, January 27, 2011

Little Yellow Bicycle's New Release: Elizabeth Park

i'm SO excited to start sharing some of the Little Yellow Bicycle Spring 2011 products that will be released at CHA!

today i'm sharing Elizabeth Park. <-----clicking on that link will take you to see the entire collection.

warning: after seeing this post, you're going to be crushing hard on Spring. :)

(Spidergirl: photo from first day of kindergarten)

the collection is full of the most amazing shades of spring color: pinks and fushias, yellows and crisp greens, purples and blues....all grounded by the calming hue of grey. seriously, the combination of colors and textures will make your heart sing.

these are my two favorite papers from the collection: they've somehow taken the overused butterfly image that's saturated products in the industry and made them look fresh again!

gosh, i just can't get enough of that mustard yellow in the die-cut paper. :)

(Ashlyn: photo from Sept 2009)

here's some more of my favorite pieces from the collection.

the flower button dots:
fabric favorites chipboard pieces:

favorite pieces cardstock stickers:
fresh verse cardstock stickers:
and here's some more samples i created using the products:

stay tuned for more Little Yellow Bicycle Peeks coming to the blog tomorrow!


  1. Love this collection, too, now that I've seen it in use. I cannot get enough of butterflies --- that paper is GORGEOUS and funky cool.

  2. cute collection

    LOVe the butterfly card you made

  3. Great layouts! This line looks just beautiful.

  4. This is a fun line. As usual, I love your projects.

  5. Butterflies and spring! fabulous layouts, collection is beautiful

  6. Tania, these are adorable LO's!! I so love butterflies and love this collection. I can't wait to see what is next in line. :)

  7. Love the photo of Spidergirl. She's lookin' mischievous. ;) You're so right about the butterfly patterned paper - so pretty!

  8. I am a butterfly freak and love love love that this line is chock full of them! Can I ask you what kind of scallop punch you used on the card? I'm looking for one just that size!

  9. shel: not sure which card with scallops you mean, the pink or green card?

    the pink wasn't was punch it was a 6x12 scallloped piece of bazzill cardstock just folded in half. :)

    the green card with the yellow scallop--those were punched using the Fiskars Treading Water Border Punch. you can usually find this punch at Target, Michael's, Hobby Lobby, JoAnns, or order online. :)

    did that answer your question?


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