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Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio July 2022 Stamp, Die, Stencil, Washi, 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! This release contains pretty floral product suites, autumnal designs, two new washi tapes with coordinating items, sentiment hot foil plates and the unique gazebo die! You will love them all 🙂 !

My first card is showcasing the Go for It product suite and the Dainty Plaid stamp and stencil set! Go for It is a bunch of four flowers which is available in stamp and also as a hot foil plate. I used all four of the Go for It product suite for my card.


I started off by hot foiling the Go for It in gold and stenciled the flowers using the layering stencil set. I stenciled the first layer of the flowers in Peach Fuzz and Ballet Slipper, the second layer in Coral Reef and Apricot and the third layer in Passion Fruit. For the leaves I used Ocean Breeze and Mint in the first layer and Aquamarine in the second layer. I cut the image using the coordinating die and set it aside.


To give the flowers a green backdrop I used the Dainty Plaid stamp and stencil set. I heat embossed it in white on a Neenah solar white panel and stenciled only the lower half of it in Peach Fuzz, Lemon Whip, Mint and Ocean Breeze. This stencil set has three pieces which you’ll use both sides to get the plaid pattern. I applied the inks so that the color fades out towards the upper half of the panel.


After stenciling I cut the panel with a die from the Diagonal Stitched Rectangles set and also cut out the inside part using a die from the Fancy Label Frames set. I also cut a slim white frame using two dies from the same set.

I foam mounted the background panel on a white cardbase, adhered the cut out label flat into its place and added the white frame. I then placed the Go for It image on the card with foam adhesives.

The sentiment is from the Go for It stamp set. I gold heat embossed “go for it” and cut with the coordinating die. The sub-sentiment was heat embossed in white on a white banner. I ink blended it in Mermaid Cove.

To finish off I added three Clear Iridescent Drops.


The next card is showcasing the Fall Leaf Border Stencil set. This five piece stencil set has three sentiments with the coordinating dies.


For stenciling I used traditional Fall leaf colors. First I stenciled the circles and dots in Misty Coast. The ginkgo leaves were stenciled in Fresh Pear and Sweet Mustard and the various brown tones were mixed using Peach Fuzz, Warm Buff, Doe and Clementine. After that I stenciled the circles and dots again applying clear glitter paste. I set the panel aside to dry.


To get the golden sentiment I stenciled it using the foil transfer gel, let it dry over night and foiled the sentiment in gold by laminating it. I already cut the white panel with the coordinating die before I applied the transfer gel. To embellish the card with more golden element I cut Curvy Leaves from some gold cardstock.


I cut the bottom of the background panel with a die from the Lacey Edgers set, cut a brown panel with the same die to layer and foam mounted them on a dark brown cardbase. I then added the Curvy Leaves and the stenciled sentiment. To finish I scattered some Matte Gold Metallic 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 August 5, 2022.

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


Your next stop on the hop is the amazing Wanda Guess’ 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

105 Replies to “Pinkfresh Studio July 2022 Stamp, Die, Stencil, Washi, and Hot Foil Release Blog Hop”

  1. TaeEun, thanks for including that hop graphic! They have June’s at the Pinkfresh blog!
    LOve what you’ve done with that dainty plaid – it’s my pick from the release today! And would you believe me if I told you the Fall Leaf Border was second?
    Two more gorgeous creations, my friend!

  2. Love both cards, but my favorite is the first card with the great plaid background. That set is my favorite of the whole release.

  3. Beautiful cards! If there ever was a complete release I would love to have – this is it!!!!! I love EVERYTHING!

    1. Love the plaid stamp and the entire release. Very nice. Thank you. Also love you can use for different seasons.

  4. This release is so fun. I love the fall colors that can be used with so many of the fun products.

  5. Wow those new florals are stunning! And your ink blended dainty plaid background is lovely.

  6. You can’t go wrong with florals on plaid, beautiful card! Can’t wait to get my hands on the Dainty Plaid Stamp & Stencils.

  7. I so enjoyed the card you made with the “Go for it!” Suite. Using The background plaid stamp fading into the top of the card is quite attractive. Nice use of this unique stamping technique.

  8. Both cards are beautiful! I absolutely love how you inked the plaid on the first card. I didn’t think I needed the fall border set but you’ve changed my mind.

  9. The Go For It suite is stunning. I love the way you only partially used the Dainty Plaid, it looks so good.

  10. The thank you card is beautiful, I don’t often think of using brown on a card but it works so well with the stencil.

  11. I fell in love with the first card! The way you faded out the plaid sets off the flowers, and the soft colors are just beautiful!

  12. Both are beautiful, but fell in love with the fall card, love the colors. And now I want to make cards for everyone for thanksgiving dinner.

  13. Your cards are beautiful! The Dainty Plaid is my new favorite! Great release❤️ Thanks for sharing❤️

  14. Beautiful cards! I also loved how you created the plaid because it really sets off the flowers. But my favorite was how you used the clear glitter gel to create dimension on the autumn leaves card. What a good idea!

  15. Beautiful cards! I absolutely love the designs and hot foil!!! This release is my favorite, but I think I say that about them all!!!

  16. Your cards are so pretty!! I think the fall thank you card is my favorite. Thanks for all the ideas!!

  17. Beautiful cards. I especially love the first card and saved it for inspiration in my card making. Thanks for sharing!

  18. I just adore the pretty foiled and coloured flowers over the dainty plaid..I always love the look of plaid and the colours are beautiful. The leaves and layered scalloped mats on the second look great too and in quite autumnal colours which work brilliantly. Two fabulous designs TaeEun. x

  19. Absolutely beautiful cards! Love all the new products, especially the plaid stamp and stencils!

  20. Love the stencil on your first card! Also liked how you used fall colors in the second card .

  21. Both cards are lovely, but the Go Forth card is particularly gorgeous! This set is going on my wish list!

  22. Hi, Tae Eun –
    I LOVE both the cards you shared above. I am delighted with that Dainty Plaid set and I love how you used the stencil set to make the autumn card. Both are simply gorgeous!!
    TFS –
    Lori S in PA

  23. Both of your cards are very lovely. I love all the dimension and you can’t go wrong with that plaid background and the foliage background. I can not choose a favorite.

  24. You’re use of products is always a standout to me in blogs. So sophisticated and lovely. You show product uses in the most inspirational ways. Must use these ideas.

  25. Wow! Gorgeous designs! I love how you partially colored the plaid background- beautiful idea!

  26. My favorite card of your two was the one with the four flowers and the plaid background. The colors were amazing and made the finished product just lovely. Thank you.

  27. I loved both cards —
    the soft colors of the first
    and the added details of the second.
    Thanks for sharing.

  28. Wow, you made a couple of drop-dead-gorgeous cards! They’re both fantastic! The elements in the first one remind me a bit of stained glass. Thanks for the inspiration.

  29. Love the plaid and the plain background
    behind the flowers. The thank you card
    is wonderful. So looking forward to fall
    colors. thanks for sharing

  30. Love the Go For It blossoms!! Your card with the dainty plaid behind the lower part of them is sooo pretty!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  31. Love your cards. Loved that you used the plaid on your first card. I think that stamp and stencil is so cool!

  32. Beautiful cards!
    I really like the stenciling, the foiling really adds to the cards too.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

  33. I saw your first card on your Facebook post and had to check out your blog for details. I LOVE your color combinations and how you only stenciled the bottom half of your card panel. Stunning card! 💖

  34. Love seeing how you used the new Go For It suite. Got so excited, I purchased the entire suite!

  35. Beautiful designs and color combos! I am really loving the Dainty Plaid and the Fall Leaf designs!

  36. I love the way you faded the ink blending up the plaid background in that first card, and the colors on the second are just gorgeous, even if I’m not looking forward to fall!!💕

  37. Gorgeous cards–each one unique and special. Love the plaid and the great colors! Thanks for the inspiration.

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