Tickled Pink: I Am A Font Addict


I had been “stalking” Becca Bonneville of Tickled Pink for quite a while before inviting her to participate in The Digi Files. I kept seeing her goodies pop up here and there and was excited when I tracked down her store. I love Becca’s word art and the whimsical style of her designs. Let’s take a closer look at “Find the Joy” that is included in The Digi Files this month:


The is just ONE of the collections included in The Digi Files and Digi Game this month. With a subscription to The Digi Game, you get SEVEN full collections from different designers, an interactive Playbook, (available as a PDF and NOW available as an iBook too!) and access to exclusive collections for only $7.50 a month!

Here are some layouts created using Tickled Pink Studio’s contribution:


Layout by Kimberly. Supplies: Find the Joy by Tickled Pink Studio;
Staple by Crystal Wilkerson; Fonts: Another Typewriter.
Layout by Tara. Supplies: Find the Joy by Tickled Pink Studio; In Stitches Layered #10 (template) by Robin Meierotto; Fonts: DJB Digi Tara.
Layout by Trina. Supplies: Find the Joy by Tickled Pink Studio; Just Us template by Captivated Visions; Fonts: DJB Get your Fix and DJB Smarty Pants by Darcy Baldwin.
Layout by Heather. Supplies: Find the Joy by Tickled Pink Studio; Ratatouille (template) by Jeanye Labaya (NeeNee); Realistic Drop Shadow Styles by Sahlin Studio; Font: The Amy by Heather Hess.


Layout by SharonS, additional supplies: Template: Connie Prince, Font: DJB Pippy

You can see more layouts created with this kit on our “Team Inspiration” page.

Hi, I am Becca Bonneville, designer behind Tickled Pink Studio. I am a font addict who loves all things typography, graphic design, and just being creative. I live in Southern Illinois with my wonderful husband and three kiddos. When I am not designing I am spending time with my family or getting lost on Pinterest.





I have to admit that I can get easily carried away with scrapping girly pages. I LOVE girly things and find myself having a TON of pages of my daughter and not as much of my sons. When I created the Beep.Bop.Boop kit I thought it would be great to finally scrap something of my youngest son, Ethan.

Just a tip: When using graphics like the robots in this kit, it is fun to incorporate them in different ways like how I have the robot holding the photo in this layout. It gives the graphic more interest (versus just sticking it on the page) and adds a little fun.

I started digital scrapbooking in early 2008. I have never done paper but was beginning to learn Photoshop when a dear friend introduced me to digi. I was hooked immediately and haven’t looked back since.

I started my adventure in designing when I became a part of the Little Dreamer Designs Apprentice program. The Apprentice experience was a fabulous way to get my feet wet. I was able to learn from one of the industry’s most amazing designers, Michelle Coleman, which was such a treat. After LDD I went to Two Peas in a Bucket and am still a designer there.

I have always been a creative person. I get inspired by everything from print ads to fashion. I love playing with colors and drawing in Illustrator.

Computer: I currently use an HP TouchSmart 600-1150qd. It has Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit) with of 8 GB RAM. I also use an 1 TB Western Digital EHD for extra storage along with it.

Program: I use the Adobe Design Premium Suite CS4.

Camera: I have a Canon Rebel XSi and I also keep a Canon point & shoot in my bag

Anything Else: I use a Wacom Bamboo tablet but am looking to upgrade to the Intuos.

While it is fun to get caught up in using yummy papers and fabulous elements, don’t forget what using a great brush can add to your pages. Brushes are wonderful for adding some depth to your pages and/or interest behind a photo. Have fun playing with splatter brushes or a fun bubble brush.

My favorite product is one of my most recent kits. I teamed up with the amazing Penny Springmann and we created a fun kit made for the everyday. The kit is using some of the hottest colors for spring (which are fabulous!). It was fun making such a happy kit to capture those everyday moments and to work with not only a great designer but a great friend.

Sunshine & Happiness was my first full kit created at Two Peas in a Bucket. It was a dreary winter in Illinois and I was feeling the need for a little sunshine, thus Sunshine & Happiness was born. I wanted the kit to be filled with happy colors and whimsical elements to help chase those winter blues away.


Here are some of my favorite products by Tickled Pink Studio:


Here are some more inspirational layouts using Tickled Pink Studio’s products. All of the layouts are linked to the originals with credits.


Go have a look in Tickled Pink Studio’s store! We will randomly select a winner from the comments to win $10.00 in product from her store! (Comments must be posted before midnight EST to qualify)!