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Christmas Magic | Lauren Hender

Christmas Magic | Lauren Hender

Merry Christmas!

A big hello and thank you for stopping by the Pink Fresh Studio blog this 2020 Christmas. By now I hope that you are all sitting down relaxing and not running around trying to finish off those last minute Christmas to do's. 

Today I am sharing a layout with you using the fabulous fun Oh, What Fun! collection by Pink Fresh Studio. I also added in a little mixed media using the liquid watercolors and ink cubes

 

 

I couldn't resist this beautiful Christmas ornament patterned paper! Fussy cutting them out was a little time consuming but well worth the effort when I added some foam tape behind them to make them pop off the page. 

 

 

For people that know me they know I love incorporating the use of mixed media into my layouts. I wanted to try and match the peachy pink tones in the patterned paper so I mixed a few of the ink cube colors together ( warm buff, ballet slipper, peach fuzz, and berrylicious) with some candy apple liquid watercolor and it all came together. This was so fun to do and I encourage people who are nervous about color blending to just have fun with it and give it a go. 

 

 

Don't under estimate to power of foam tape to bring a layout to life. Adding different dimension and different textures such as mixed media it can really bring a layout to life. 

 

I hope this layout has inspire you to not only add a little mixed media into you layouts but also look out for ways to try and include different textures, heights and elements into your scrapbooking pages. 

 

 

Have a safe, happy and creative Christmas. 

Lauren xx

 

1 comment

1. Dec 24, 2020

Such a lovely layout! Love the hanging ornaments – I like to fussy cut as well, and often do a bunch while watching TV. I especially like it when the design on the paper makes it easy to cut the elements out, as this one does. Thanks for sharing!

Margaret R

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