Pink Fresh Studio | Days of Splendor | Jackie Ashton
Hi Crafters, Jackie here with my 2nd blogpost using Pink Fresh Studio – Days of Splendor collection.
For this blogpost I have done a layout, and a minibook.
What a Beautiful Morning
As I’ve used such a large photograph, I kept the embellishments to a minimum.
I added some stencil detail to the bottom left side, as a base for my embellishment. The stencil I used is currently out of stock but this one is very similar – Simple Stories – Fall Farmhouse – Stencil, which you can see under the cluster.
For my cluster I selected some of the floral and leaves from the die cut packs, and added to the bottom left of my photograph, layering a few up using 3D foam. I also added a piece of wood veneer from Jen Hadfield – The Avenue – Wood Veneer.
At the top right hand side of the photograph, I added a small cluster using die cuts from the collection and enamel dots.
Woodland Walk Mini-book
My 2nd post today is a minibook of my recent autumn walks, so I decided to use my camera die minibook to document a few photographs.
I have used this camera die before for a blogpost, here
To start this album, I choose several of the patterned papers from the 6×6 pad to die cut, and also used Kraft and brown cardstock.
Front cover / 1st page
Added some ribbon and a lovely little acorn charm, to the book rings. The front cover I’ve added some acetate to the open spaces.
On the next page, I added a circle punch directly behind the opening and added a sticker over the top, so that you can see from the front. Embellished with some puffy stickers.
I used the mini puffy alphabet stickers for my title pages and added either a die cut or puffy sticker element to this page, along with a stamped phase, using Elle’s Studio Phase Stamps in my stash.
On the reverse of the title page I’ve added either a photograph, or a simple embellishment cluster with the 4 x 2.5 photograph opposite.
For each of the area we visited, I printed a selection of photographs at 2” x 2”, and a few 4” x 2.5”.
Adding clusters of chipboard, puffy stickers, stickers and enamel dots around the photos.
I love how this little camera album came together to document our walks in the Woods.
I hope you enjoy what I’ve done with this collection, and please share what you create over on our Facebook page, we would love to see them.
Till next time