Okay, so this may not be breaking news, but we didn’t want you to miss hearing about our newest addition to the Panstoria Store. Did you know that in addition to our Daily Files 2014 kit, we are offering a Blueprint book called Mali? The Mali book is available in both 12 x 12″ and 11 x 8.5″ sizes and it includes a cover, a title page, and 10 double page spread Blueprints, so it’s perfect for a small project – drop your photos, add some paper, journal, embellish as desired, and print. If you use the pages as they are, your completed 12×12 book will hold just over 100 images! Best of all, this sleek book is only $6.95 at the Panstoria Store. To create a larger book, simply duplicate the Blueprints, and use them as is, or duplicate, rotate and customize the layouts to retain the same style of the book with ease and with very little “tweaking”.
If you’re not a Panstoria affiliate, and if you don’t already order through someone else’s affiliate link, we hope you’ll click through ours on your way to the Panstoria store. Once there, you can go to Digital Content > pixels2Pages.net or New Content > page 8 (as of 31 January 2014) to find the Mali book. You can also find it by typing Mali into the search field of the Panstoria Digital Content store. The Blueprint Books and Kits sold by pixels2Pages in the Panstoria Store are exclusive to the Panstoria store and are not available as part of a p2P membership. If we should ever include previously released membership items in a kit that is for sale, we will note that.
Mali was designed by p2P team member Janice Gilhooley, who loves a clean, classic look and who almost always works in two-page spreads. The book was inspired by a special event celebrating the anniversary of the Royal Melbourne Zoo, featuring sculptures of the baby elephant named Mali, decorated by artists and placed around Melbourne City. We think you’ll love the simplicity and symmetry of the design of this book. You can keep it simple or really dress it up – perfect for so many occasions. Be on the lookout for some of my pages from my daughter’s engagement photos. For now, enjoy these pages – and let us see yours on our Facebook page!
These pages were created by Janice (meet the original Mali!) and Shelley. Click on the thumbnails for larger view.