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Thankful layout, and a floral wreath cutfile | Jung A

Thankful layout, and a floral wreath cutfile | Jung A

18 Aug 2020 0 Comments

Hello crafty friends! It's Jung here, and I'm back with another layout featuring the Celebrate collaboration collection from Pinkfresh Studio and Altenew.

Today, I'm featuring one of the free cut files called Floral Circle , which you can find in the Fan Group Freebies album on the Pinkfresh Studio Friends and Fans FB group page.

Using my silhouette machine, I cut the cutfile from white cardstock. Next, I backed the cutfile with pattern paper from the 12x12 Celebrate paper pack. I set the cutfile aside, then worked on the background on another sheet of white cardstock. I used the coral reef color from the Heartbeat ink cube pack and an ink blending brush to add the warm pink color to the cardstock. I concentrated the color where the flowers would be, then faded the color out. I also added some pink, white, and black ink splatters.

I added some wonky machine stitching in a circle , then adhered the cutfile on top with foam tape behind the flower pieces. Next, I adhered my photo, which I backed with pattern paper, tucking it under the flowers. I also added a decorative piece behind the photo. I used the Intricate mandala die and copy paper, and I love how it looks like a doily.

I decided to add some more flowers, so I fussy cut the flowers from the This Story pattern paper. They coordinate perfectly with this cutfile, and I like the way it gives the wreath more fullness.

I decided to bring in a few pieces from the Pinkfresh Studio Noteworthy collection. This collection has an olive green color that matches the Celebrate collection perfectly. I chose some of the cardstock stickers to embellish my photo and add a little journaling. On the label sticker, I stamped the good times sentiment which is from the Celebrate Today stamp set.

For my title, I diecut the thankful die 2x from pattern paper, and glued them on top of each other right on the large flower.

Since the cutfile and fussy cut flowers are so large, I just finished the layout off with some enamel dots.

I love this's just so pretty, and easy to back too. I love the way my layout turned out, and I hope you're inspired to get crafty.

Thanks for stopping by, and have a lovely day!

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