Hello Pinkfresh Studio friends! It's Jung here, and today I'm sharing 2 scrapbook layouts. I made another layout using the Super Cool collection, and a layout using the new Noteworthy collection.
First, I'll start with the Noteworthy layout. (If you went to Creativation this year, you may have seen this layout hanging in the Pinkfresh Studio booth!)
I used the hexagon dies in the Basic label frames die set to die cut hexagons from most of the pattern papers in this collection. Next I arranged them and adhered them to a piece of pink cardstock. I wanted to have some interest and variety in the hexagons, so I layered different sized hexagons, I added some machine stitching, and I even hand stitched a few hexagons.
I added my 2 photos next. Can you believe the photos of my sister's pup were taken only taken 6 months apart?!
I embellished the photos with a tag, some ephemera, and enamel dots. Next, I embellished some of the hexagons with some stickers, ephemera, and enamel dots.
This layout did take some time to make, but I think it was well worth it. I loved how it turned out, and I hope you do too!
For my next layout, I made another layout with the Super Cool collection. (You can see the first layout that I made for the Pinkfresh blog here.) This layout is perfect for teens, so I made a layout about my 13 year old.
I started off by fussy cutting the polaroid frames from the Hashtag pattern paper. Next I adhered some photos that I printed and trimmed with a white border using foam squares.
I softly ink blending on a piece of white cardstock. I used the mini ink cubes, and the colors that I used were sky blue, meadow, and sweet mustard. I also added some white splatters. Once dry, I arranged the polaroids, and machine stitched them in 2 banners. I added my title using the white puffy alpha from this collection. I absolutely love the font and the size of this alpha...definitely one of my favorites!!!
I finished my layout by embellishing the polaroids with no photo, and I added a few embellishments to some of the photos as well. I used puffy stickers, enamel dots, ephemera, stickers, and a few more fussy cut items. There were so many embellishments and sentiments that applied to my daughter!
I love how my layouts turned out, and I hope I've inspired you to get crafty. Don't forget to check out these new paper collections!
Thanks for stopping by, and have a wonderful day!