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Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio November 2022 Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil 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! Beautiful floral product suites and unique background items are debuting today! As always there are layering stencil sets for an easy and effective coloring! A new alpha set and sentiment hot foil set are also included in this release!

I made two cards for today’s hop. Both are showcasing the With Sympathy product suite.

My first card is featuring the With Sympathy, the Quadrant Backdrop product suites and the Phrase Builder Happy hot foil plates from the November Release. 


To begin I stamped the With Sympathy image in Detail Black on a Neenah solar white cardstok and stenciled it using the coordinating stencil set. I chose a Fall color scheme. I stenciled the first layer of the large flower in Peach Fuzz and Coral Reef and the second layer in Apricot. The small flowers were stenciled in Marigold, Passion Fruit and Berrylicious. The first layer of the leaves were stenciled in Peach Fuzz and Warm Buff and the second layer in Doe

After the stenciling was done I cut the image using the coordinating die.


To create the background I first hot foiled the Quadrant Backdrop in gold on a Neenah solar white cardstock panel. To make it match with the floral cluster I used brown and light pink to stencil the background ; Peach Fuzz, Warm Buff, Doe and Coral Reef. I stenciled the upper left corner lightly and made it darker towards the bottom right corner. I die cut the panel with the coordinating die and foam mounted it on a beige cardbase. 


The “happy birthday” sentiment from the Phrase Builder Happy hot foil was hot foiled in gold shimmer and die cut with the Phrase Builder Happy die

I added the With Sympathy image and the hot foiled sentiment to the card using foam tape and scattered Gold Glitter Drops to finish off the card. 


The next card is featuring the With Sympathy set as well. But this time I used the Overlapping Geo Leaf stencil and die set for the background and gave to the card an airy look by using light pastel colors. 


I white heat embossed the With Sympathy image and stenciled it using the coordinating layering stencil set. I stenciled the first layer of the large flower in Coral Reef and Apricot and the second layer in Passion Fruit. For the small flowers I used Soft Lilac, Sparkling Rose, Apricot and Marigold and for the leaves Ocean Breeze and Aquamarine. After stenciling I die cut the image and set it aside.


The Overlapping Geo Leaf were stenciled in Coral Reef, Apricot, Soft Lilac and Ocean Breeze. There is the fifth stencil for the small squares connecting the patterns. But I didn’t use that. 

After the stenciling was done I dry embossed the stenciled background panel using the Overlapping Geo Leaf coordinating die and adhered it on a white cardbase. I then splattered white opaque ink on the panel and let it dry. 


Next I foam mounted the With Sympathy floral cluster on the card and added the die cut sentiment. The sentiment is also from the With Sympathy set! This set has six coordinating dies for some beautiful sentiments !

The finishing touch for this card was some Clear Iridescent Drops.



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 November 29, 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

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

    1. I love your two beautiful cards!! Such different ways with or with out the foiled outline!! Gorgeous both ways!!

  1. TaeEun, your work is stunning. I love the softness of your stencil work, and the detail added by simply dry embossing the pattern. Happy “Hop Day” !

    1. your cards are beautiful, l love your choice of colors. the second card is so soft, perfect for a Sympathy card.

  2. What a fun release–and a new alpha set, honoring one of the best! I really love the Quadrant Backdrop suite! The colors you picked are so pretty!

  3. The color combinations on your cards are so pretty and I love how you ink blended the flowers! Wonderful cards💕💕

  4. Two fantastic cards featuring this floral stamp set and layered stencils, and the backdrop die and the geo leaf layering stencils, and you have used each element beautifully to produce two great designs TaeEun. I love the background stencilling on the second best I think, but both looks with the flower stamp and stencils with your wonderful colouring and then the colour applied through the stencil for different finished looks are so pretty. x

  5. Absolutely Gorgeous! The first card is my favorite, love the soft colors and love how you used the floral die. Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. LOVE! Your cards are both very pretty. Those backgrounds are crazy…in a great way! My favorite is the Happy Birthday card. The color choices are spot on!

  7. Love this geometric design.
    The fall colors in the first card is
    great. the colors in the second
    are so delicate. Both are beautiful.
    thanks for sharing

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