Friday, April 27, 2012

Trend Report - Part 2

Hey everyone! It's Pam again with the second half of the trend report. For the first half click here. I am going to be going over even more trends in the industry.

This is such a fun happy trend. It reminds me of the 70's when they were super popular. Polaroids are making a huge impact on scrapbookers. There are a lot of products now which have polaroids as well as creating faux polaroids.

"Snapshot of You" by Sara Zenger

 "What a Long Day" by Nancy Keslin"

This is a neat trend happening in the scrap world. I remember my grandma used to have doilies on her dining room table and I loved them. Using doilies can be quite versatile. Check out some of these examples.

"You are My Sunshine" by Vicky Alberto

"C'est Tres Magnifique" by Vicky Alberto

 "How Much are Those Doggies" by Lisa Blastick

"Our Family" by Cathy Dippolito

Bling made its way into the trends of the scrapbook scene a few years ago and has been here since. There are lots of ways to use blinged up pages. They are fun and versatile and add a really cool look!

"Lucky to Be Friends" by Pam Callaghan

"Gearing Up" by Lisa Blastick

Simple pages are very popular right now. Using white space has been around but is being seen more and more in scrapbook pages in many galleries.  Give this trend a try if you are a simple scrapper!

"Reach for Your Dream" by Nancy Keslin

This is one trend I haven't used yet, but is huge in the scrap world. There are tons of colors for mists and templates that you can use them for. Scrappers are also just spraying them randomly on their pages.

"Let's Roll" by Nancy Keslin

"First Holy Communion" by Lisa Blastick

I really love this trend. There are so many great die cut machines that create connected titles. This makes me want to buy one just to get that amazing look.

"Let the Good Times Roll" by Marlene Murphy

Stitching on pages has been around for years and has never gone away. That is why I am still calling it a popular trend. The cool thing is now you can do faux stitching with new machines and gadgets along with the traditional stitching.

Card by Marlene Murpy using Sew Easy Tool

"Breakfast With Friends" by Nancy Keslin

"Peek-a-Boo" by Vicky Alberto using Sew Easy

"Always" by Lisa Blastick using pen faux stitching

"I Do" by Marlene Murphy

I love using winged things especially butterflies on my pages! This trend is really pretty and can be used on anything from graphic to whimsical pages. Check out these examples!

"Sugar and Spice" by Nancy Keslin

"Baby Blue" by Vicky Alberto

"A Little Bird Told Me" by Marlene Murphy

"Love Birds" by Lisa Blastick

I hope you have enjoyed part 1 and part 2 of the trend report!!


  1. Cindy Que trabalhos lindos...Parabéns...Cheios de detalhes...amei tudo...bjos