Hi everyone! Jenni here to share my first post on the Pinkfresh Blog!
I am so excited to be a part of this team for lots of reasons; to be part of an amazing new company that
I believe in, to work with fabulous talent, but mostly to create with truly inspiring products.
It is because of that last reason that I got a little carried away and created so many projects for this first post!
The colors and theme of these photos in this layout are what inspired me to use this title.
The foil alphas, in coral, are gorgeous with the subtle stripe of gold.
I also used the colorblock wood veneer arrows and chevrons to point to a piece of the letterpress card I cut out.
This second layout also features the 'Fresh Drops' enamel Instaframes and are perfect for this page about our Easter and egg hunt!
I wanted to use lots of photos to tell the story and the frames help make each photo important.
I used washi under the frame as well as filling the negative spaces with the coordinating enamel arrows or hearts.
The Fresh Press cards are another favorite of mine. The cardstock is a really nice, heavy quality and they are
perfect for a title like this. The sentiments are so clever and unique!
I love using lots of layers and patterns, but every now and then I like to keep it clean and simple.
This photo of my daughter inspired me to use just a few colors including this orchid color in the glitter washi tape.
I cut a large floral background on my Silhouette and used that tape in some of the floral spaces.
The glitter washi is great because it is pliable like washi but thicker like glitter tape and it doesn't tear
your paper if you remove it...which I did a lot of to get the tape just right!
I used a couple of the 'Fresh Drops' retro brad stickers in the centers of the cameras as well as pointing to the 'today' in
the patterned paper below. The round drop stickers are similar to enamel dots, but with the weight and quality of a brad.
I used the Fresh Press cards to make a couple quick cards.
I used the orchid & gold alphas and one of the enamel drop hearts for this everyday card.
I just love the sentiment on this card and used a die cut and a few of the colorblock wood veneers.
I turned the hearts upside down like raindrops and added some Stickles to make them shimmer.
Last but not least, is definitely my favorite page and one of my favorites I have done in a while...
Today is my 13th wedding anniversary and this photo was taken on our honeymoon in Santorini.
The geotag wood veneers and their colors are really what inspired this page!
I watercolored this white cardstock as if it continued from the map pattern paper below.
When I think of Santorini, I think of the vivid blue and white buildings and my favorite flavor in lemons,
and beautiful sunsets. All of those colors are in the wood veneers, the drop stickers and the foil alphas.
One of the things that drew my to Pinkfresh before being on the DT was how unique the embellishments are.
Especially the wood veneers. I think the colorblock wood is so clever, especially the little envelopes!
I know this is a long post, but you can clearly see my excitement and enthusiasm for Pinkfresh!
Check out all the products and the other projects by the DT and some of the Guest Designers.
It is absolutely Fresh Inspiration!