1 Products 2 Ways – Pinkfresh Studio Leather Alpha Stickers

By Jenni Calma

December 27, 2016

  Hi there friends!  I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and are enjoying some time with family, friends, or crafting!  For our last 1 Product 2 Ways post, Neela and Jennifer used the Pinkfresh Studio Alpha Stickers from the ‘Everyday Stories’ kit to create a couple pages for us.  The stickers are capital letters with a leathery feel and a lovely pastel color with black splatters.


Neela chose to use as many letters as she could in this appropriately themed LO about her son and his love of having people read to him.  Her execution is almost as brilliant as her idea!  Here is her description:

“My favorite part about these alpha stickers is the color variations. No two alphabets have the same color but they are so cohesive together. I have been wanting to document the story about my son being obsessed about learning all about presidents of United States. He makes everyone read to him about them. In the photo on my layout, my mother-in-law is reading to him about George Washington. So I decided to make my title ‘Read’. I cut it out with silhouette and filled the negative with these alphabet stickers. I don’t think I have ever used all the alphas from one sticker sheet all at once on one layout. I love the effect. Hope you will try to use the alphas in fun different ways and share them with us on the Facebook page.”


Next up is Jennifer’s bright colorful page.  Her idea for the product is more practical, but no less effective!  Jennifer describes her process below…


When working on December’s 1 Product 2 Ways, I wanted very much to use the Pinkfresh Studio leather alphas in some profound manner. However, when it came down to it, they ended up being a very small part of my layout and if you blink you may actually miss them! The Pinkfresh alpha negative became a subtle layer behind my photo and gives just the smallest amount of texture while I used the alphas for the title. This layout has a lot going on with the stars and stitching, so understated was much needed!


As usual, the ladies created beautiful pieces to inspire!  Neela’s ingenuity and consistent use of her large scale photos are so engaging.  Jennifer’s stitching is such a lovely contrast and her use of deconstructing the Crate Paper embellishment is so clever.

Thanks ladies for your gorgeous contributions!  Thank you all for stopping by the Blog today and for all your support through the the year!  Stop by the Scrapbook Circle of Friends Facebook page to be part of the community!

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