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Pretty in Pink Layout

Want to give your letterpress projects a little pop of color?  Instead of inks, try using watercolors!  With this Pretty in Pink Layout, you can learn how to turn a simple letterpress design into something that literally pops with color.

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Pretty in Pink Layout



  • Fuse Creativity System® Starter Set
  • Large Expansion Pack 101040 - Pillowbox
  • Easy Action™ Micro-Tip Scissors
  • Adhesive - Glue Dots®
  • Alphabet stickers - Thickers
  • Cardstock
  • Paint brush
  • Photo
  • Ribbon bits
  • Tag
  • Twine
  • Watercolors



  1. For this layout, I letterpressed the tiny dots using a plate from the Large Pillowbox Design Set. This is a great way to use different letterpress plates. Simply wipe the letterpress plate clean with a damp towel after each use.
  2. I chose to letterpress the small dots using pink, yellow and blue watercolor paints.

    Pretty in Pink Layout
  3. Next, trim the boxes to form squares. Adhere the squares onto cardstock to form the background.

    Pretty in Pink Layout
  4. The rest is up to you! I layered patterned papers beneath my photo and adhered them together. I also added a title using Thickers, added journaling onto the tag and adhered them both. Finally, I topped the layout with some twine bows, and I was finished!

    Pretty in Pink Layout

    Pretty in Pink Layout

    Pretty in Pink Layout
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