For my first layout I used a mixture of the two collections as I had got both the 6×6 pads so had all the papers from both collection.
I started the layout by adding some texture to the cardstock, with texture paste and ink and ink splatters.
Then using my cameo I cut a selection of different sized triangles from the 6×6 pad and added them to my cardstock.
Using the 6×6 pad I mounted my photograph, adding some corrugating cardstock from my stash.
I finished the layout with some PinkFresh Studio – Boy Fort – Screen Printed Wood Stickers, Cardstock Phrase Stickers and added a Fabric Die-Cut Pennant.
I also used some of the triangle shapes from the PinkFresh Studio -Escape the Ordinary – Puffy Stickers
For the title I used PinkFresh Studio – Boys Fort – Mini Alpha Cardstock adding some simple machine stitching over to hold them in place.
My 2nd layout, I went a bit circle crazy on this one, taking inspiration from the lovely circle paper, Pink Fresh Studio – Boys Fort – Tough Paper.
I started this layout by adding coloured circles to my cardstock, over lapping some of the colours, followed by stamping some distress circles, and also adding some hand stitched circles, choosing the colours from the collection.
I then punched out some of the circles from the PinkFresh Studio – Boys Fort – Tough Paper and some extra ones from patterned papers.
Then using a selection of papers from the 6×6 pads I layered under my photograph.
For the title I used PinkFresh Studio – Boys Fort – Mini Alpha Cardstock
Finishing the layout with some of PinkFresh Studio – Wood Button Stickers and enamel dots from my stash.
My 3rd layouts is part of my Paris Album, so back to 9×12 size, this time with a pocket page to add some additional photographs.
For my base I used PinkFresh Studio – Escape the Ordinary – Discovery paper using the b-side, using a selection of papers from the 6×6 pads, I layered my 7×5 photograph.
Adding some die-cut shapes from PinkFresh Studio – Escape the Ordinary – Ephemera Pack.
For the pocket pages I used the 3 x 12 strip I cut from the 12×12 paper, using the scraps from the previous pages to help co-ordinate them both together and added a few extra photographs to the reverse side.
Well that, all from me this month, hope you like what I’ve done and give these fab ranges a go.
Till next time, happy scrapping