We all have lots of paper. Tons of it. Many times, we can refresh our paper supply with just a few new embellishments. Last year, Pinkfresh Studio offered a limited edition kit for one time purchase. It was a big hit. So much so that they decided to offer a kit on a regular basis.
I loved my first kit!It included a die set, stamps, and various embellishments. Many of which were quite unique. I especially loved the stencil set and the canvas tags. Currently, I am awaiting my second kit. It can’t get here soon enough! I did manage to create two layouts featuring items from the kit.
Every Single Day by Christy Strickler |Supplies Patterned Paper: Studio Calico, Heidi Swapp; Flowers: Heidi Swapp; Tape: My Mind’s Eye; Mask,Tags, Flair: Pinkfresh Studios; Ink: Tsukineko; Inspired by Sketch #427 from Scrapbook Challenges
It’s very easy to work the PinkFresh Studio supplies in with your current stash of supplies. This layout utilized one of several stencils that came inside the kit, as well as one of the tags and a piece of flair.
Lean In by Christy Strickler |Supplies Patterned Paper: Studio Calico,Fancy Pants, My Mind’s Eye; Letters : American Crafts; Metal, Acrylic: Webster’s Pages; Sequins: PinkFresh Studio;based on a Page Maps Sketch
Pinkfresh Studio excels at providing small bits and pieces perfect for your page. On this layout, I added the heart sequins to the banner.
The items in the kit make it a good value, especially considering you are receiving a custom stamp and die. From the previews, it appears that many of the items will be quite unique in comparison to other kits.
The contents of the kit will work well for both pocket pages and traditional pages.
Though it’s not a con for me( I use many so called girly items on my boy pages), several of my friends have expressed that they may find the kit difficult to work with if you are scrapbooking boys. Personally, I think it would be easy to customize many of the kit items with ink or mist to make the items feel more masculine.
Overall, I think this kit is one to keep an eye on. If you don’t want to miss out on the goodies, head on over to Pinkfresh Studio to get your own kit.
5 out of 5 stars
You may be wondering why I am not posting much about the Freckled Fawn Oh Deer Me Embellishment kit lately. Honestly, I still adore it. However, at this time, my budget doesn’t support me being able to continue my subscription. If you are looking for an embellishment kit but don’t feel the Pinkfresh Studio kit is a good option for you, I highly recommend checking out Freckled Fawn.
- Mixed Media with Michelle Houghton | Ideas for Stencils on Scrapbook Pages (debbiehodge.com)
- Get It Scrapped: Getting the Chalkboard Look With Gelatos (myscrapbookevolution.blogspot.com)
- Scrapbook Challenges: Talk to Me (myscrapbookevolution.blogspot.com)
- Scrapbooking Ideas Inspired by Corrie Jones’ Layouts (debbiehodge.com)