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Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio May 2022 Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release Blog Hop!!!

If you arrived here from Susi Becerra Jimenez’ Blog, you’re right on track. If not, please head on over to Pinkfresh Studio Card blog to get all the information about the full release and to start the blog hop!

It’s release day at Pinkfresh Studio! As always there are beautiful floral designs with layering stencil sets debuting today!!! And also some coverplate dies, hot foil plate with coordinating stencil set are available which are great for some unique backgrounds!

I made three cards for the blog hop! First two cards are showcasing the Botanical Bunch sets. It’s a three piece product suite with a stamp, layering stencil set and a die. For the background I used the new coverplate dies.

In the first card I stenciled the flowers of the Botanical Bunch set using the layering stencil set.


I stamped the Botanical Bunch image two times in Detail Black and stenciled them in pink and blue. For the Flowers I used the color family Fairy Dust (Ballet Slipper, Sparkling Rose, Bubble Gum and Raspberry Bliss) and for the greenery I chose Blue Jay and Stargazer.

After stenciling I cut both images using the coordinating die and set them aside.


To create the background I first masked the perimeter of a white A2 sized panel and ink blended the center part in Blue Sky very lightly. Then I cut the panel using the Stitched Diamonds coverplate die and adhered it on a white cardbase. I cut a white frame using Folk Edge Rectangles die set and foam mounted it before I added the Botanical Bunch image on the top and bottom of the card.


The sentiment from the Modern Script Sentiments set was stamped in Detail Black and cut with the coordinating die. To finish off I scattered some Sky Blue Jewels.


For the next card I stamped the Botanical Bunch in Peach Fuzz on a watercolor paper panel and watercolored the flowers in no line coloring style.


I watercolored the flowers in various Spring flower colors and ink blended the bottom of the panel in Key Lime. I cut the image partially only the left part of it using the coordinating die.

The sentiment from the Grant Yourself Grace set was stamped in Detail Black directly on the colored panel.


I cut an A2 sized green cardstock using the Hexagon Tiles coverplate die and adhered it on a white cardbase. Next I added the colored panel on it using foam tape. A few Emerald City Jewels finished off the card.


The last card for today is featuring the Grant Yourself Grace and Stained Glass product suites.


Th roses from the Grant Yourself Grace set was gold heat embossed on Neenah solar white cardstock. I wanted red on gold so I stenciled the roses in Coral Reef, Passion Fruit and Candy Apple using the layering stencil set. The small flowers are stenciled in Sweet Mustard and Apricot. The leaves were stenciled in the natural green using Key Lime and Olive. I love the hint of orange in the leaves 🙂 ! I cut the roses using the coordinating die and set them aside.


I hot foiled the Stained Glass in gold on some beige cardstock. To add a bit of neutral colors to the background I used the coordinating Layering stencil set. I ink blended the larger rhomboids in white and left the smaller ones not stenciled. I then ink blended Apricot lightly through the third stencil.

I adhered the background panel on a white cardbase and added a vellum circle on which I hot foiled a circle in gold using the Nested Circles hot foil plate.


Next I arranged the roses on the vellum circle and added the hot foiled sentiment from the Modern Script Sentiments set. Some shine was added to the card with the Metallic Gold Pearls !



Pinkfresh Studio will be giving away the full release on the Pinkfresh blog and YouTube channel.

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.


All the winners will be announced on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page on June 3, 2022.
*Please check the Giveaway page and claim your prize within 2 weeks !


Your next stop on the hop is the amazing Yasmin Diaz’ blog !

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

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!

Happy hopping!


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Post Author: TaeEun Yoo

97 Replies to “Pinkfresh Studio May 2022 Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release Blog Hop”

  1. I love the full panel florals as I do a lot of A2 cards. The stencils make the end result look just lovely.

  2. Spectacular cards!
    The flowers are so realistic I can see myself in the garden cutting them for a pretty bouquet!
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. These cards are beautiful! I am just learning the hot foil system so I am particularly interested in how you incorporated that. I love the idea of vellum with the edge of foil.

  4. They are all so beautiful but the green card with the botanical bunch makes my heart sing!! I have to get everything to make this!

  5. Gorgeous cards…love the richness of gold in backgrounds which so enhance the floral layers…

  6. Loving the backgrounds on your cards and the vibrant colors. So nice. Anyone would be happy to receive one of these cards. Thank you.

  7. I love all of your cards but the best one for me is the water colored one. Such a beautiful stamp set and your design is spot on. I love how you presented the stain glass card too. Adding a little shading to is really made it stand out.

  8. I love this release–one of the best ever! The new sentiment bundle is sweet as well as the new foil plates. congrats!

  9. Beautiful cards! Especially like the gold embossing on the roses and the stained glass stencil and foil plate.

  10. Such beautiful cards! Your water colouring is spectacular, and I really love the colours you used on the first card!

  11. Dear Tae Eun –
    There are a lot of talented crafters out there. There really are. You are in the rarified air at the top, though. Your tableaux always make me realize that I am witnessing a true talent and a master crafter. You’re amazing. That last card… white ink via stencil atop beige stock? And that’s just the background for an astonishingly beautiful bouquet — and I, too, loved the hint of orange in the green leaves.
    Card #2 is breathtaking. I literally gasped and had to read every detail to learn how you did the no-line watercoloring that came out so beautifully… and the vibrant green that you used alongside it really set it off.
    Card #1 is also amazing. Brilliant! Love the Folk Edge die combined w/ the Diamonds coverplate and the deep pink/blue combo. It’s a winner. I might have to copy it, so I hope you do not mind. I’ll gladly give you credit.
    You, madame, are a visionary. Brava!!

  12. I can’t stop looking at the pink flowers with the blue leaves – love the color combination! Thanks for the inspiration!

  13. WOW! Your cards are absolutely stunning! I love your color combinations, especially the You Are Perfect card. Can’t wait for my new toys to arrive since you have showcased everything I ordered.

  14. Beautiful cards with some wonderful colouring as always TaeEun and this new release has some really pretty florals and the coverplate dies make fantastic backgrounds. The Stitched Diamonds and Stained Glass coverplates make brilliant backgrounds and the two different florals you have used are gorgeous. x

  15. The gold stained glass window background was just as stunning as the blossoms. Thank you for sharing your creativity, and technique.

  16. Wow! Wow! Wow!! Your cards are amazing! I love the beautiful florals and the stained glass panel is so elegant and timeless. Your no-line colouring is amazing on those gorgeous flowers. 🙂

  17. It’s so fanstastic that you can use the same stamp set in the first 2 cards yet they look so different because of your coloring and layout. That’s real talent. I really like the stained glass set, so pretty.

  18. Your work is always so beautiful! You have a fabulous eye for all the things! Your watercolor painting is just delightful! It is truly inspiring! Thank you so much!!!

  19. I like the way you cut the stamp and used it on the top and bottom of one of your cards. Very clever and very pretty!

  20. All of the cards are truly so nice. The watercolored one though is mesmerizing. such beautiful color and work. Wow! thank you for sharing

  21. Your cards are all beautiful. I love how you did a partial cut on the botanical bunch card. . Such a great idea

  22. I love, love your card with the Botanical Bunch! It looks fresh picked and the colors are awesome. The Stained Glass set is also calling out to me ❤️

  23. Three very different and very pretty cards. Your no line coloring is amazing and I love the stained glass. Thanks for sharing!

  24. Beautiful cards! I especially love the Botanical Bunch card. If I place an order it will definitely be the Botanical Bunch set and the Stained Glass Window set!

  25. All three cards are just beautiful, but it’s your watercoloring that is just so stunning!

  26. Fantastic cards. Keep saying “this is my
    fave” and then see the next and say “this
    is my fave”. Can’t pick a fave. thanks
    for sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  27. The last card is my favourite! Really liking the stained glass set! And those colours you chose are so great together! Any cards you make with that colour combo is an automatic WOW factor.

  28. Beautiful layering and color combos on each of your lovely cards! The flowers and backgrounds are so pretty!

  29. Once again, your cards are stunning. I especially love the blue and pink floral card (lovely colors!) and the way you cut the florals and placed them at the top and bottom. Gorgeous!

  30. Wow! Your cards are amazing! Love the pink and blue botanical flowers and your no line water coloring is just beautiful on the botanical bunch flowers. The gold foiled stained glass on the beige cardstock is so pretty.

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