Hello hello, fellow bloghoppers. You’ve found yourself in the midst of the Pixels & Company iNSD CT blog hop!
What does that mean? Each creative team member has chosen four of their favourite products to highlight on their blog.
Then each of us reveals a letter. You need to collect all the letters in order to spell out a phrase. That phrase will get you a free set of journal cards. The journal cards have been made by the creative team using papers and elements from the Pixels and Company Designers’ iNSD “More or Less” kit collaboration.
So, here are my four favourites. I’m sure you’ll like them as much as I do:
Why do I love these? Let me count the ways:
Artistic Photo Masks Five by Simply Tiffany Studios – These masks are dramatic. They make a real impact. I clip my photos to them but occasionally even papers. They are great for a blended, artistic feeling page. They are great clustered (as shown in the preview) or as individual frames. A very quick way to spice up your layout.
InstaLuv by Karla Dudley – These are FAB-uu! Seriously, I use these all the time. You can personalize the frames in so many ways. Lots of variation. Room for titles, a phrase, or just your photo. Totally up to you. You’ll use them again and again.
Pitter Patter kit by creashens – Ok, it is freakin’ adorable. It really is. I’m mostly nostalgic about it because it is the first kit I ever used by creashens. That opened a whole world of wonder for me. I am grateful for that.
I also love creashen’s whimsical style.
Keeping Tabs: Weekday Files by Robyn Meierotto – I can’t get enough of how awesome these look. Really awesome. I used one in my Project Life. I use them in fully digital layouts. You can journal on them. Layer photos and elements on them. You name it, just do it!
Was that enough enthusiasm for you? I hope so.
This post was brought to you by the letter:
You came from Celeste Smith’s blog . Next up is Aria Andrus’s blog .
And if you’d like to start back at the beginning, here is the complete, in order list:
Melanie Ritchie —> hey peeps, that’s me.
Indah Permata Sari