Published on February 1, 2017

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Photography by @DRCASSIDY VIA @TAYLORSTERLING

If you follow Glitter Guide, you’re familiar with their #flashesofdelight hashtag, where you can always find photos to inspire. Which is why the news of a collaborative set of new photo filters created by Glitter Guide for A Color Story, A Beautiful Mess’s cult-favorite photo editing app, is SO exciting.

The collection launched mid-January and features 13 custom filters in the soft, muted shades we have come to expect from Glitter Guide—and founder Taylor Sterling. In other words, the filters make your already pretty photos look even prettier. The pack, appropriately called “Flashes of Delight” is available for purchase at $2.99 on iTunes.

Keep reading to see a small sampling of our favorite photos shared using the hashtag #glitterguidexacolorstory

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Photography by @STYLESMALLER

@stylesmaller

Hello, San Francisco! We’d walk up all the hills in the city for this view.

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Photography by @DULCETCREATIVE

@dulcetcreative

This color palette is making us very, very happy.

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Photography by @ALISHYLISHY

@alishylishy

Matcha with a side of pretty pink interiors sounds like the perfect way to get caffeinated. 

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Photography by @ALISONJAY

@alisonjay

We’re loving the purple and white color palette of these winter florals.

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Photography by @ALLGLAMMEDUP

@allglammedup

Has anyone ever met a pink building they didn’t like? (Didn’t think so.)

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Photography by @ELSIELARSON

@elsielarson

Add this road trip destination to your list of must-stop spots on your next trip to Southern California.

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Photography by @KYLE.AND.CO

@kyle.and.co

Proof minimalist party decor can still be shiny and fun.

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Photography by @100_LAYERCAKE

@100_layercake

Currently trying to figure out how to teleport to this adorable establishment. 

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Photography by @LOVELYLITTLEWANDERINGS

@lovelylittlewanderings

We’re suckers for plants on pink, especially in soft shades like you see here.

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Photography by @JEFFMINDELL

@jeffmindell

Seeing cotton candy shades in the sky never gets old, does it?