Hello friends! It's Jung here, and I'm so excited to share my first project using the brand new Super Cool collection from Pinkfresh Studio. This collection is so cute, especially if you have teens! I'm sharing a layout of my 3 (going on 13) year old, so this collection works great even if you don't have any teens.
There were so many pieces of ephemera that I wanted to showcase and include, that I decided on a clean and graphic styled layout. I've done this style layout a few times before, and I always love the results. I chose the Highlight pattern paper, because I really like the subtle graphic pink as my background. First, I placed my photo down to get an idea of spacing. Then, I used the white mini puffy alpha stickers and the blue puffy alpha stickers to spell out my "super cool" title. (The stamped sentiment is from the Blooming Bouquet stamp set.)
Next, I placed down some ephemera, moving pieces around like a puzzle. Since the layout style is so graphic and "simple," I really tried to keep in mind straight lines and spacing. I used a stitched pocket tag, a couple of acetate speech bubbles, some pieces from the ephemera pack, and some stickers, both cardstock and puffy. For the non-sticky items, I adhered them with just a little bit of dot adhesive, so I could machine stitch them to the layout.
I also added some fussy cut pieces to the layout. I fussy cut the cut apart Current Mood pattern paper, Hashtag pattern paper, and Be Right Back pattern paper. (For the chill/glasses piece of pattern paper, I used the Essentials Diagonal Stitched Squares die set.) I used the lines on the phones from the Be Right Back pattern paper to handwrite my journaling.
I adhered 2 pieces of the Choir pattern paper to the top and bottom of my layout, and added some machine stitching. I also added a piece of twine to the tag and some enamel dots to finish off my layout.
I am loving this new paper collection!
For my other project this month, I made a layout for the January challenge, which is a 2019 challenge review. You can always visit the challenge tab on the Pinkfresh Studio website to get all the details.
I was inspired by the May 2019 challenge: anything goes, and with a rainbow color palette.
I mostly used the Just a Little Lovely collection, but there are a few pieces from Office Hours. I used the new Essentials fillable tag with pocket die to diecut all of my photos and pattern paper. I also used the mini ink cubes, watered down to add rainbow splatter on my background.
Make sure you check out the challenge and add your project for a chance to win a $50 gift card!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a wonderful day!