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Old 03-14-2019, 08:17 AM
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Default ellies question....

Sorry for a super weird question....

So i have this particular type of ellie that I love but I don't know what they're called, can someone tell me what they're called and where to find more lol

The wreath in the middle of this page



the strip of flowers across the top of this kit

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Old 03-14-2019, 08:42 AM
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That top one is usually called wreath in a kit. Kristin has some leaves wreath in a few of her kits.

The bottom one is a flower border *I think*, which is not very often had in a kit.
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Old 03-14-2019, 08:48 AM
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so there's no name for that type of drawn vine/flower thing? they're so nice in the style of page i like to do i'be been trawling for more lol
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Old 03-14-2019, 09:03 AM
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Most of them are usually just doodle borders or trims or long paper trims, if I am not mistaken. However, it is just me on the top of my head. I could've forgotten some things, so I hope other people help out too.
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Old 03-14-2019, 11:55 AM
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No one name, unfortunately. I agree about the straight version usually being listed as a border. The circular kind I've seen listed as "frame" and "doodle." "Wreath" makes sense, but I don't know if it's the most common name.

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Old 03-14-2019, 12:10 PM
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I don't think there is a universal name for that type of element - though I could certainly be wrong. Maybe a designer or two will weigh in. That one is a wreath because of the shape, but not because of the type.
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Misty has one of those elements on our collab and she named it as mcato-awesometogether-floralvine, so I think she probably calls it "floral vine". I know/think some also would call it "trim". I hope that helps.

Oh! And the other one is called wreath.
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Alice (Red Ivy) has lots of doodle-y flowers & bits in her kits. I think this is more of a style thing. Brook & Jennifer (Simple Pleasure) are also doodle-y and would be more likely to have a kit with this type of illustration in it.
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Hey that's my page and my kiddo lol

No "formal name" for those elements. That particular one is just called "wreath". I think it just depends on the designer.
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I just assumed they were called wreaths, vines and doodles
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Thanks for your help everyone - i guess it doesn't matter that they don't have a name, it would be cool for searching though.

Checking out some of the more "doodly" designers now
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I know I've seen some called "wreath" before. I searched my SSD stash and found some in these kits. Some are a little different style:
Beauty On the Inside by KCB
J is for Joy by River Rose
Happy Hearts by River Rose
C is for Captivating by Studio Basic
Scrap Your Stories Summer Cookout by KCB (real flowers and vine)
Farmhouse Fall by Grace Lee (real greens)
AMD Peace and Joy by KCB
Home for the Holidays by Red Ivy
Spring Woods by KCB
Go Wild by KCB
Easter Blessings by KCB
CM Sleigh Bells Ring by KCB
Christmas Woods by KCB
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