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Scrapbook Blog

Guest designer: Anna Kossakovskaya

Hello Pinkfresh Studio fans! Anna here and so happy to share some of my projects using Pinkfresh Studio's Felicity collection.
Felicity is just such an amazing and fresh collection, so versatile, I couldn't stop to create my projects! And for this post I prepared three different works. And I want to start from the mini album "Life Pieces".
The idea was to use cover plate die-namics for making the pages (12x12 papers are heavy enough to use them for this purpose) and only portraits of my baby I made some last months. I like to make close pics of my daughter, then watch them sometimes and look how different this little face can be! And from time to time I made minies like this - to remember all those funny faces I love. This is what scrapbook means to me.
The size of the mini is 4.25x5.5 inches, I used pink metal rings to put all pages together. I didn't make paper layering for pictures here - I like that all next pages peek out throught the die cuts and it adds the desired dimentions.
For decorations I used all kinds of stickers - something not so big for this size. And tried to find the words and phrases for every picture to describe it.
And also I have a short video how this mini looks in real life.
 
The second project I want to share today is 8.5x11 layout "Sweet Dreams" - again about my baby (what else can moms of little babies think about?). I like this sweet photo how she sleeps, and Felicity forced me to think in the direction of our babies dreams. Hope their dreams are always beautiful like this! I used my favorite sheets from Felicity collection to visualize the dreams and cut them with the cloud die-namics. And added some additional houses from puffy stickers and ephemeras.
 
And the last thing for today I want to show - is a pocket letter I made for my sweet friens. This is something new for paper crafting and me with my friends decided to start to make them. That's so fun! You just need 9x12 protector with nine pockets and to fill them with some fun stuff. I made this spring pocket letter for one girl and used here approving and supporting phrases from Felicity here (for making cards I used 6x6 paper pad).
I hope you enjoyed my projects and felt inspired. 
XO!
Anna

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