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Soft and Feminine Layouts

Soft and Feminine Layouts

22 Jun 2019 0 Comments

Hello Pinkfresh friends! Enza here, and today I'm sharing my last two layouts as a Pinkfresh design team member. I have had a blast in the last six month and have enjoyed working with such gorgeous and unique collections. Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity!

My first layout features the beautiful Everyday Musings collection, with bits and pieces from Joyful Day.

I picked one of my favorite patterned papers, Sweet Escape, for the background. I then used a cut file for the scalloped circles, which I backed with different patterned paper from the same collection – this is a wonderful way to showcase a variety of papers and patterns, and create a layered look that is just so lovely. Once all the circles were ready, I adhered them in decreasing order, from the largest to the smallest, to the center of my background.

I used white cardstock to mat the photo, while to create a fun, layered look, I added die cuts, ephemera pieces, tags, and puffy stickers around it. The Layered Heart Cardstock Stickers are a must-have for me – I love them so much! You'll find three of them on this layout.

I finished my page with more sentiments; I arranged several Puffy Stickers with Foil Accents words around the circle, making sure to follow the curved lines.


The second layout was inspired by the Pinkfresh June Monthly Challenge, which is all about mix and matching collections, stamps and dies. Here is what I came up with:


I went with a combination of Everyday Musings and Joyful Day for paper and embellishments, but also included the gorgeous Inverted Stitched Scallop Circles, Lacey Edgers 1, and Braided Circles from the recent Essentials Release.

I started by trimming the “Beautiful” paper to measure 12x4.5 inches and adhered it to the top of my background, for which I used plain white cardstock. Next, I created a border with the scalloped lacey edger to emphasize the separation between the two papers; I used pink textured cardstock for this.

Once that was ready, I die cut three circular frames that I backed with patterned paper as well as the same pink cardstock I used for the border, just to bring it all together and create continuity. I staggered the circles for a bit of movement and arranged bits and pieces from both collections around them. Foam adhesive is your friend here ;) You can achieve so much dimension this way!

I finished the layout with the “Happiness” title, puffy hearts, enamel dots, and black paint splatters.

I hope you enjoyed reading about my process and feel inspired to participate in the June challenge for a change to win a $50 gift card to the Pinkfresh Studio store.

Thank you so much for stopping by!


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