1 Product 2 Ways – Pinkfresh Studio Acetate Die Cuts

By Jenni Calma

November 22, 2016

Hello!  I hope you are all getting ready for the holiday or enjoying some Fall weather!  It has finally started to get cold here in the South, and more of an inspiration to use the November “Wonderland” kit!  Today, our focus is to use the Acetate Die Cuts from Pinkfresh Studio’s new “Oh Joy” collection.  Kelly and Rebecca are getting us in the spirit of the season with their use of these embellishments.  First up, Kelly!

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Kelly describes her use of the die cuts below:

“I really liked the different fonts of the words in the Acetate Die Cuts, and decided to mix them up in my title.  I also loved the snowflakes, and layered them with other snowflake elements from the kit as part of my title cluster.  I was able to add a couple more of the die cuts as embellishments throughout the rest of the layout.”

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 Seeing that much snow is something so foreign to me, living in the South!  It looks like so much fun…and chilly!
Rebecca used the die cuts in a less layered way with her page and this awesome bokeh photo of her Christmas tree.

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“I really had fun with last month’s one product by using a bunch of the Thickers on one layout, so I decided to do something similar this month with the acrylic shapes.  This time I created a layout background with a bunch of the acrylic shapes. I adhered them with Therm O Web’s vellum adhesive and then used some Stickles to accent the snowflake. I used my new favorite Tonic Studios Nuvo Crystal Drops in Gold to add little dots on others.”

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I adore the combination of all the different fonts and colors of the words and phrases in the die cuts, and how the team members worked them into these fun layouts!  I really like the look of the embellishments layered onto the woodgrain paper and the gold dots are the perfect complement to the bokeh lights!

Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you are inspired to create something documenting winters past and present and wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving and for our non-US readers a wonderful last week of November!

 

 

 

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