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Dream On – Pinkfresh Studio

Hi there Magpies x Sheena here.

For my post this month I chose a range of paper from a Manufacturer I’d not used before, Pinkfresh Studio. I was drawn to the bright blue they had used in their new Dream On range as its my favourite colour. I recently went to Iceland for a few days which was totally a Dream holiday & thought this range would be perfect to start recording the memories.

Capture the Good Times.

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The Dream On Aspire patterned paper really does all the hard work for you with all the words already printed. The mix of colours in it meant I was happy to use multi coloured photos on it. I added 3 photos from our trip in the plain areas plus  cardstock die cuts, chipboard stickers , rubber chips and leatherette shape stickers which have a lovely texture. I machine sewed under the smaller phrases for added interest before backing it with a border of the blue Dream On Reverie pattered paper.

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Live For The Moment.

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Using the Dream On Marvel patterned paper as my base I layered my photo first on tissue paper then papers from the Dream On 6×6 paper pad before adhering on the right hand side. I clustered die cut shapes around the photo mat.

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To emphasis the snowy photo I added die cut snow flakes secured with pearl centres randomly over the paper.

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Being with You.

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Using white cardstock as my base I hand stitched a rainbow in colours to compliment the Dream On Trance patterned paper I used on the right hand side. The photo was layered on papers from the Dream On 6×6 paper pad.

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Using mainly die cuts and silhouette cut clouds all raised on foam pads I embellished around the rainbow before adding a word die cut as my title.

This Pinkfresh Studio paper range is very versatile and please share on our Scrapbooking Chat & Inspiration Facebook page your creations using it.

Till next time x

SHEENA

products used.

Pinkfresh Studio.

Dream On.

 

 

 

 

 

One Comment

  1. Jo

    These are great, you’ve really used those papers and embellishments well.