Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio September Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release blog hop!!!
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Pinkfresh Studio is celebrating the September 2021 Release with a blog hop today! Four beautiful floral designs are debuting today in stamp, die and layering stencil sets. Along with the florals there is an awesome Inna Alpha set. In the large alphabets pretty floral embellishments are integrated. The outline alphas have a coordinating stencil set with which you can create beautiful floral fonts in your own style! And on top of this amazing new items Pinkfresh Studio is introducing a Solid Hot Foil Plate today! With this ingenious hot foil plate you can use up all the leftover foils! How awesome is that! For the full reveal please check out Pinkfresh Studio Card blog!
I’ve made two cards for today’s hop 🙂 !
I white heat embossed the Garden Roses on some vellum and colored it on the back of the vellum using the Layering Stencil set. I used the back side of the stencil to add ink to the back of the vellum. For the roses I used Ballet Slipper, Sparkling Rose and Raspberry Bliss and for the leaves Key Lime and Olive. After the stenciling I cut it using the coordinating die.
The background panel is an alcohol inked Yupo panel. First I applied lots of rubbing alcohol on the Yupo panel and added alcohol ink drops on it and moved the ink using a blower. I used Shell Pink, Flamingo and Y06 Copic refill to color the panel in yellow and pink. The coral tone is created by mixing the ink colors. After the panel was dry I splattered Snow Cap alcohol ink and set the panel aside to dry.
I mounted the negative piece of the background pane flat on a white cardbase. I adhered the Garden Roses on vellum on the die cut piece from the alcohol inked panel and added it to the card using foam adhesives. The vellum roses show the color of the alcohol inked panel so that you can see the yellow hue in the roses.
I stamped the Blooming Branch image several times on some white cardstock in Detail Black and stenciled them using the coordinating Layering Stencil set. I stenciled the flowers in pink and coral. The first layer of the flowers was stenciled in Ballet Slipper. and Apricot, the second layer in Coral Reef and Sparkling Rose and the third layer in Passion Fruit and Bubble Gum. The leaves were stenciled in Ocean Breeze and Aquamarine and the flower Center in Marigold.
The Inna Alpha was heat embossed in gold and stenciled using the coordinating Layering Stencil set. To match it with the Blooming Branch images I stenciled the flowers in the alphabet in Coral Reef, Apricot and Passion Fruit and leaves in Ocean Breeze and Aquamarine. I colored the alphabets in Misty Coast. I cut the Inna Alpha with the coordinating die and picked HUGS from them for my card.
I adhered an A2 sized black woodgrain paper on a black cardbase, splattered white ink on it and arranged the Blooming Branch on the perimeter of the card as shown in the picture. The flowers were foam mounted. I then added the alphas to the card with double layered foam tape. “SENDING” is from Garden Roses stamp set. Some Metallic Gold Pearls were added for more golden shine!
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 Yasmin Diaz’ 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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