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Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio August Release Blog Hop!
You’ve arrived here froRebecca Luminarias’ blog, if you’re following the blog hop order. In case you’re lost on the way or want to start over, please hop over to Pinkfresh Studio blog!

Pinkfresh Studio August Release includes six gorgeous stamp sets along with coordinating dies and six standalone dies, all beautiful and unique! I’m so excited and feeling honored to be part of this blog hop!

I have three cards to share with you today. The first two cards are showcasing Floral Vase stamp set and the coordinating die. Let’s take a look!


I started off by stamping the bouquet on a solar white cardstock in Memento black ink and colored the image using Copic markers. I added the darkest shade of the flowers using my Polychromos colored pencils. I die cut the bouquet and fussy cut the bottom part to cut off the stem, as the coordinating die cut the bouquet with the stem.


I stamped the outline of the vase in black and stamped the layers of the vase, stems and water in light blue inks on a Bristol smooth panel. I then added a little bit of light blue shading using colored pencils. I masked the vase and ink blended the background in pink DIs. I mounted the background panel with the vase on a white cardbase.


To create the frame I used one patterned paper sheet from Just a Little Lovely 6 x 6 Paper Pack and Pretty Frames dies from the Essentials. I foam mounted the frame on the cardbase, on which I adhered the background panel with the vase. I rubbed pink glitter into the tiny holes of the die cut frame as the sticky part of the foam tape peeked through them.


The sentiment is from  Floral Vase set as well. I gold heat embossed “sending” on a scarp of the same patterned paper I used for the frame and cut it using the coordinating die. I then white heat embossed the small sentiment on a strip of black cardstock. I adhered the sentiments on the bottom of the card front and foam mounted the bouquet over the vase. I added some white accents on the flowers using a white gel pen and the card was finished!


My second card is showing the bouquet from Floral Vase colored using Pinkfresh Studio Liquid Watercolors.


I started off by stamping the bouquet with the stem and the bow in Antique Linen DI on a watercolor paper panel.  I stamped the bouquet and stem again on a separate watercolor paper panel as background so that it shows around the main bouquet image making it bigger. I masked the center part of the panel where the main bouquet would be placed and stamped the bouquet several times only partially. I also used some floral cluster form Floral Elements set to fill some gaps.


I colored all the images using Pinkfresh Studio Liquid Watercolors. I die cut the main bouquet and the bow using coordinating dies. After coloring of the background panel was also done I cut a side of the panel using a stitched scallop die from Classic Edgers. I chose a patterned paper sheet from Just a Little Lovely 6 x 6 Paper Pack in pink and yellow to match with the bouquet and adhered it on a white cardbase. I then mounted the background panel frat on that and added the bouquet and the ribbon using some foam adhesives.


The sentiment from  Floral Vase set was stamped in black pigment ink and clear heat embossed on a scrap of patterned paper I used for the background. I foam mounted it onto the card along with a small sentiment which was white heat embossed on black cardstock. To finish off I added some pretty pink and yellow jewels from Jewel Mix.


My last card is featuring Leafy Envelope die and Lovely Blossoms stamp and die set. 


To start I cut the  Leafy Envelope from a teal green patterned paper from Just a Little Lovely 6 x 6 Paper Pack and from a heavyweight white cardstock. I left the white die cut in whole and heat embossed it in Iridescent sparkle embossing powder. I stamped the sentiment from Delicate Wreath set in black pigment ink on a part of the white die cut envelope before heat embossing. I then adhered the outline image of the teal green die cut on the white one.


To add some freshness to the card I stamped the small flowers and leaves from Lovely Blossoms stamp set and cut them using the coordinating dies. I chose a patterned paper from Just a Little Lovely 6 x 6 Paper Pack as my background. I mounted the panel flat on a white card base, adhered the  Leafy Envelope on it and arranged the little flowers and leaves on the left part of the envelope. 


I covered the little flowers with a clear glitter pen and finished off the card by scattering some purple and clear jewels from Jewel Mix.


That’s it from my side! I hope I could showcase the beautiful stamp and die sets and inspire you to create!

Pinkfresh Studio will be giving away the full release on the Pinkfresh blog, and on their IG feed.

Also each of the designers participating in this blog hop will be giving away a $25 gift card to the Pinkfresh Studio store. The winners will be picked from the comments.
*All the winners will be announced on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page on Monday, Sep. 2nd.

*Please check that page and claim your prize within 2 weeks !

  • Free US shipping for all orders $100+ : No code necessary. 
  • Get a free mini Abstract Bloom die with ANY purchase ( WHILE SUPPLIES LAST )!
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