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Mixing Pinkfresh Studio Collections I Flóra Farkas

Mixing Pinkfresh Studio Collections I Flóra Farkas

Hi Ladies! It's Flóra here today! I guess you have already seen the new amazing Pinkfresh collections. If not, make sure to check them out here, here and here. While I am waiting for the new goodies to arrive, I made two layouts from Indigo Hills 2 and Simple & Sweet leftovers. It was so fun to mix and match these gorgeous products. 

For my first layout I used a light blue checkered pattern paper from Simple & Sweet 12x12 Paper Pad. I fussy cut a half wreath from Indigo Hills 2 Meadow Paper and place it on the left.

I decorated the left side of the layout with Simple & Sweet Chipboard Stickers, Alphas, Enamel Dots, Puffy Stickers and Indigo Hills 2 Ephemera pieces, Mini Alphas. I wanted to add more dimension, so I added white butterflies cut outs. For them I used my Silhouette Cameo and Inna Moreva's cut file what you can find here.

For the second layout I chose the Simple & Sweet Simplicity Paper  and created a fun cluster. It's very relaxing to find the perfect place for every small bits and pieces. 

I have used Ephemera pieces, Chipboard Stickers and many fussy cut elements. The Sweet Life paper has many pretty images what are perfect for embellishment after fussy cutting.  

I am really amazed how Indigo Hills 2 and Simple & Sweet coordinates together. The elements and colors completes each others perfectly. I always like to use one collection for my projects just because it's much easier to work with it, but sometimes it's fun to challenge yourself and mix them. I hope you found inspirational my new pages! Happy crafting! Flóra

1 comment

1. Jan 25, 2019

Two beautiful layouts with your ever gorgeous free flowing movement across them!! Love your work and especially that you combined all the different elements from these collections. Great that they coordinate so well together!

Beverly Jordan

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