Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio October 2022 Washi, Stamp, Die, and Stencil Release Blog Hop !!!
If you arrived here from Susi Becerra Jimenez’s 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! Five GORGEOUS washi product suites are debuting today with stamp, layering stencils and die sets. All five designs in watercolored look are so unique and beautiful!!! I’m sure you all will love them!
My cards for today are featuring the Whimsical Blooms product suite.
I stamped the whole Whimsical Blooms stamp on a Neenah solar white panel in Detail Black ink and stenciled them using the coordinating stencil set. The purple flowers were stenciled in Soft Lilac and lavender, the pink flowers in Sparkling Rose and Bubble Gum and the yellow flowers in Marigold and Clementine. The leaves were colored in Fresh Pear and Key Lime.I did the whole process one more time to get two sets of the images which I used to make a couple of cards. I’ll share the other one tomorrow at the Instagram Hop!
I arranged a bouquet with large floral clusters and made a wrapping paper for it. To make the wrapping paper I first ink blended a A2 sized white cardstock in ombre pink using Ballet Slipper and Sparkling Rose. I then cut the panel with the Dotted Scallops coverplate die. To make the edge a bit fancier I cut it with a scallop shaped Classic Edgers die. I did it three times and layered the die cut edge. Next I cut the panel into a triangle shape.
To create the background I did a loose watercolor wash in pink and yellow and dry embossed the panel wit the Elongated Lattice coverplate die. I splattered black watercolor on the panel and adhered it on a white cardbase.
Now it was time to add the bouquet to the card. I adhered the triangle wrapping paper on the background slightly curved for some dimension and added the bouquet into it. I adhered the stems flat and the flowers with some foam tape.
The sentiment is also from the Whimsical Blooms set. I stamped it in Detail Black in a wavy line to make it fit on the bow die from the Artistic Bow set. I cut the ribbon shaped sentiment and added it to the bouquet. Lastly I scattered some Bubblegum Jewels.
I did no line watercoloring on the Whimsical Blooms for my next card.
I stamped all the images in Peach Fuzz on some watercolor paper and watercolored them in a loose way. I worked in two or three layers to give the images some depth.
After the watercoloring was done I cut the images using the coordinating die and set them aside.
The background was created using the Dainty Plaid stamp and stencils. I white heat embossed the Dainty Plaid on a white panel and stenciled the plaid pattern only on the perimeter of the panel in Lemon Whip, Fresh Pear and Ballet Slipper. I blended the Ballet Slipper very lightly.
I adhered the background panel flat on a white cardbase and added three watercolored floral clusters on it with thick foam tape. I wanted to make the flowers float over the background so I gave them lots of dimension :). The sentiment from the Whimsical Blooms set was white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock. The finishing touch for this card was light green Crystals.
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 November 01, 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 !
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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