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Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio October 2020 Slimline Stamp, Die and Stencil Release Blog Hop!

If you arrived here from Seeka’s blog, you’re right on track. If you are lost on the way or want to start over from the beginning of the hop, please head on over to Pinkfresh Studio blog

Pinkfresh Studio is celebrating the new slimline release with amazing fellow crafters in this blog hop! There are tons of inspiration projects along the way showcasing the innovative and gorgeous slimline stamps with coordinating stencils and dies and standalone slimline stencils!

I’ve made three cards to share with you for this blog hop. Without further ado let’s get started!

My first two cards are featuring Double Chevron Layering Stencil and Incredibly Grateful stamp, die and stencil sets. For the first card I used the simple chevron stencil from the Double Chevron Layering Stencil set.


For stenciling I used Key Lime, Sunshine, Lavender , Seaside and Sparkling Rose. I stenciled again after rotating the chevron stencil to make the pattern. After the stenciling was done I cut the panel using the Slim Diagonal Stitched Rectangles die.

I gold heat embossed the floral frame image from Incredibly Grateful set on a white cardstock and added colors to it using the coordinating stencils. The colors I used are Stargazer, Seaside, Clementine and Coral Reef. I cut the image using the coordinating die and set it aside.

Due to the length and intricacy of that stamp set, it can be just a *bit* tricky to work with – so here is a little trick that will help. If you start off by die cutting the outer die first, then line up the stamp image in the negative space of the die in your stamping platform, then stamp the image, it helps keep it straight so it matches up correctly to the die cut and the stencils. 

To work with this large stamp it could be helpful using a Memory MISTI.


To stamp the sentiment I cut a vellum in a rectangle which fits inside of the floral frame and gold heat embossed the sentiment from Floral Cluster stamp set on it. To add the sentiment from the Incredibly Grateful set I cut the background panel using a Fancy Label Frames die and stamped the sentiment on it in Detail black ink. I also cut one larger frame from some white cardstock to use as a mat.


I foam mounted the background panel on a white slimline cardbase, adhered the vellum piece with the sentiment on it and added the floral frame using some foam tape on it. The label with the sentiment was then adhered to the frame. I added a sweet bow which was cut using the Artistic Bows die and ink blended in Sparkling Rose. To finish off the card I scattered some purple and green Jewels.


On the next card I cut the floral frame of the Incredibly Grateful set in two pieces and made a shaker card.


This time I used the double chevron stencil from the Double Chevron Layering Stencil. For ink blending I used the same colors I chose for the first card plus Sapphire. After the. stenciling was done I cut the panel using two dies from Slim Stitched Rectangles die set so that I have a frame and a center panel.


The floral frame of the Incredibly Grateful set was stamped in Stargazer on some watercolor paper. I clear heat embossed the image for watercoloring. I colored the flowers in Clementine and Bubble Gum and the leaves in Key Lime and Emerald City Pinkfresh Studio Liquid watercolors. I cut it using the coordinating die and cut it in two pieces as shown in the picture. I adhered them on the back of the frame I cut from the background panel and closed the windows with clear acetate sheets to make the shaker card.


I stamped the sentiments from the Incredibly Grateful set on the background panel where the shaker parts would be placed. I used Lavender and Sapphire to stamp each sentiment. I adhered some Jewels around the sentiments.

I then assembled the shaker card using some pink and blue-green beads as shaker elements. I embellished the card with a blue bow cut with Artistic Bows die which was ink blended in Seaside.


The last card for today is showcasing Gradiating Stripes stencil and You are Amazing stamp and stencil sets.


I stenciled a white slimline sized panel in yellow to green gradation using the Gradiating Stripes stencil in Sunshine, Fresh Pear, Key Lime, Olive and Evergreen. I then cut the panel using Slim Diagonal Stitched Rectangles die and foam mounted it on a white slimline cardbase.

The leafy background image from You are Amazing set was gold heat embossed on some vellum. I colored the leaves on the back of the vellum using the coordinating stencils in blue and green. I used Key Lime, Olive, Aquamarine, Seaside and Sapphire. I cut it using the largest die from Slim Ornate Banner die set and adhered it on the background panel. The frame was also cut using the Slim Ornate Banner die set from some white cardstock. I ink blended it in Sunshine and Sweet Mustard for an ombre effect. I added it to the vellum layer using some foam tape.


The sentiment is also from You are Amazing stamp set. I stamped it on a tag in Gathered Twigs which was cut using the Fillable Tag with Pocket die set. I added the tag with some floral Ephemera pieces from Days of Splendor collection.



Pinkfresh Studio will be giving away the full October 2020 Stamp, Die and Stencil release on the Pinkfresh blog, on their IG feed and YouTube Channel!

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 October. 23. 2020.
*Please check the Giveaway page and claim your prize within 2 weeks !


  • Free US shipping or discounted international shipping on all orders $50+ from October. 16th to October. 23rd. – Codes are in the graphic below.
  • Free thank you die for all orders over and $25.
  • Special promotion from My Sweet Petunia for the Memory MISTI – Use code PINK for 20% off the Memory MISTI


Your next stop on the hop is the amazing Vicky Papaioannou’s blog!

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Thank you so much for stopping by and hopping along! Hope I was able to inspire you with my cards today!

Happy hopping!


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Post Author: TaeEun Yoo

96 Replies to “Pinkfresh Studio October 2020 Slimline Stamp, Die, and Stencil Release Blog Hop”

  1. TaeEun, I love your projects – always do! You’ve found so many places for that sweetest little bow!
    You know me – I’m already coming up with an alternative to that Memory MISTI! An unused cutting plate, perhaps? I still have an extended size for my old Cuttlebug! xx

  2. Beautiful, beautiful cards! The pastel rainbow backgrounds are lovely! Loving all the little details and different elements in every card!! Fabulous work!

  3. Wow , All Of The New Release Is Awesome & I Would Love To Have Any One Of Them , I’m Partial To The Florals & Gingham But Love Them All !
    You’re an incredible card matter !

  4. Gorgeous cards. I love the mix
    of colors in the first two cards.
    The gold embossed leaves
    in the second card is great.
    thanks for sharing

  5. You had me at gold embossing! <3 Love your gorgeous cards. I am really intrigued by the varsatility of the stencil sets.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  6. What a great idea to use the new Pinkfresh Studio products to make shaker cards! All of your cards are fabulous, especially lovely color combinations!

  7. What a beautiful set of cards, TaeEun! I love the different ways you have used these wonderful new products! A shaker card is always a favourite with me and this one is so striking! Thank so much for the great inspirations! Take care! 🙂

  8. For me the chevron card is a complicated color combination. It totally works, it would just have me frozen trying to figure out what color to do the florals!

  9. Wow! Your cards are lovely! I love how your sentiment in the first card lines up perfectly with the background. Your cards are so fresh and pretty!

  10. LOVE your gold embossing, the stenciled backgrounds, the sweet vellum, the adorable bows, Oh, just everything!

  11. I loved the colors on all your cards but the first one especially. They were so uplifting and lovely. I liked the vellum used underneath to make that part of the card more muted looking.

  12. WOWZERS…your cards are stunning. Thanks for the inspiration. What a FAB new Pinkfresh release. I love the slimline stencils SO much.
    Karen L

  13. Wonderful cards! I enjoyed all your layers from the stenciling to die cutting, stamping,and coloring, and your sentiments and frames and tag. Lovely!

  14. Beautiful cards using these fabulous new stamps, stencils and dies. I love how you used the vellum in creating your sentiments, too. Love your colorful stenciling.

  15. Beautiful cards. I especially love the first one — the background using the Double Chevron Layering Stencil is wonderful — love the colors.

  16. Your first & third cards have such wow factors & I love the stencils you’ve used in the backgrounds. Great release by PF, that’s for sure.

  17. I love how you used the vellum inserts inside the stamps. It softens the beautiful colors of the stencil behind it. Great combo of colors too.

  18. Beautiful cards! I especially like the card that has the floral image cut in two. That’s a really fun way to use it. Thanks for the inspiration.

  19. Love the double shaker card and your color combinations are outstanding lively and bright.
    Thanks for sharing.

  20. Your cards are so bright and happy! What a fun idea to put those 2 little shakers on a slimline! I’m definitely inspired. What a fabulous release! 🙂

  21. Such a cute idea to put two shakers on one card. Enjoyed looking at all of your cards. Thanks for sharing.

  22. That border die is at the top of my list! Your cards using it makes me want to order before I finish the hop…! Just beautiful!

  23. I adore your colors on the first Double Chevron card, so cheerful and pretty! I would definitely make this and use it for Easter too!

  24. Love the floral frame from Incredibly Grateful gold embossed and the gold sentiment. So pretty. I also love the fun shaker card –very creative. The gold embossed leaves on vellum is brilliant! Thanks for the inspiration!

  25. Your first card is my favorite of the hop. I love your colors. I wasn’t as impressed with the leaf stamp until I saw yours. So many opportunities to make a card as pretty as yours.

  26. I love these cards! They’re all so unusual and quirky! Thanks for sharing your inspiration for this fabulous release. xo

  27. Love, love, love your cards. The first grateful card colors remind me of Spring/Easter. Such softness and wonderful elements/detail and design to each card. I’ve never seen a shaker with such unique lines. So well done!! Great release too.

  28. Your cards are all so gorgeous!
    I love the rainbow ink blended backgrounds and the gold embossing on the vellum!

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