Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio June 2021 Washi, Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release blog hop!!!
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Pinkfresh Studio is celebrating June 2021 Release with an epic blog hop today! There are pretty Washi tapes in watercolor look with coordinating stamp and dies and some hot foil plates for the previously released items. And the small Butterflies are also debuting today in stamp, die, stencil and hot foil plate!
I made two cards for today’s hop !
The first one is showing the pretty Hydrangea and Rose stamp which is coordinates with the washi tape with the same name. I just love the watercolored images of the Hydrangea and Rose washi tape and wanted to try it in my own way. If you’ve been wanting to create watercolor florals, this stamp is a great help!
The small floral images are all integrated in one piece of stamp so that you can cut all the images using the coordinating die with one pass. I stamped the Hydrangea and Rose on watercolor paper in Peach Fuzz and watercolored the images. I tried to color the flowers light and airy like freehand watercolored florals. I think they turned out well and I had lots of fun while coloring them 🙂 !
After the coloring was done I cut them all with the coordinating die and set them aside.
To create the background I ink blended a white panel in Lavender, Sparkling Rose and Summer Shower and splattered white opaque ink all over it. After the panel was dry I cut it using the large die from the Blanket Stitched Oval die set. I also cut a white oval panel using the small die from the same set and stamped the sentiment from Hydrangea and Rose stamp set on it in Detail Black ink.
I mounted the outer piece of the ink blended panel flat on a white cardbase and foam mounted the oval piece on its place. The white oval panel with the sentiment was then added to the center of the card using foam tape.
I arranged the watercolored florals on the card as shown in the picture while adding the white Leafy Branches to the arrangement.
I finished off the card with some Silver Metallic Pearls.
Next card is showcasing the Sweet Blooms Hot Foil plate which coordinates with the Sweet Blooms cling stamp and Stencil set. I foiled it in rose gold and colored the image in soft rainbow colors using the stencil set!
To start off I ink blended a Bristol smooth panel softly in Sunshine, Apricot, Sparkling Rose, Soft Lilac, Sky Blue, Ocean Breeze and Grassy Knoll. Next I hot foiled the Sweet Blooms in Rose Gold on the ink blended panel.
For the sentiment I cut a white panel using a Folk Edge Circle die. I cut one more circle with a die from the same die set and ink blended it in Sunshine and Sparkling Rose. The “you are” is from Simply Sentiments Thank You set. I stamped it on the white Folk Edge circle in Detail Black.
The Sweet word was hot foiled in gold on a green cardstock and cut with the coordinating die. I cut it four more times from white cardstock. I layered the Sweet word together and added it to the white circle. I matted the white circle with the ink blended one using foam tape and added it to the card with white die cut Curvy Leaves.
I finished off the card with a few Gold Metallic Pearls.
There will be a total of TEN $25 gift cards chosen from all the blogs on the hop list.
The winners will be picked from the comments.
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Your next stop on the hop is the amazing Wanda Guess’ blog !
Thank you so much for stopping by and hopping along! Hope I was able to inspire you with my cards today 🙂 !
Tomorrow there will be a huge Instagram Hop ! So please mark your calendars for more inspiration and giveaways!
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