Hello and welcome to Pinkfresh Studio March 2023 Washi, Stamp, Die, and Stencil Release Blog Hop !!!
If you arrived here from the Susi Becerra Jimenez’s Blog, you’re right on track. If not, please head on over to the 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! Today five beautiful floral Washi designs with their coordinating stamp, die and stencil sets will be debuting. Also there are two fun and unique die sets!
I made two cards for today’s hop using the Rainbow Daisies product suite. And also I’ll show you the two new dies! Let’s get started!
I stamped the Rainbow Daisies on a Neenah solar white panel in Detail Black and stenciled the images in rainbow colors. The stencil set has five stencils for the flowers which are partially for the second layer of the flowers and there is one stencil for the leaves. For the rainbow colors I used Sunshine, Apricot, Clementine, Coral Reef, Raspberry Bliss, Candy Violet, Summer Shower and Blue Jay. I stenciled the leaves in Fresh Pear and added a bit of darker green to them using Grassy Knoll. After I was done with stenciling I cut the images using the coordinating one-piece die and set them aside.
To create the soft inked background I ink blended Sky Blue and Coral Reef diagonally on a A2 sized Neenah solar white panel as shown in the picture and hot foiled a small circle on one side of the panel in Pastel Peach using the Nested Circles hot foil set.
Next I started assembling the shaker. I adhered a piece of clear acetate sheet on the back of the window and made the shaker wall using two layers of foam tape.
On a white cardbase which I rounded the diagonal corners aligning it with the front panel, I ink blended Sky Blue and Coral Reef to give some color to the background of the shaker part. I adhered some Lavender Jewels on the area which will show through the window and adhered a small daisy cluster from the stenciled Rainbow Daisies on a corner. As the shaker elements I put Lavender, Ballet Slippers Jewels and clear glitter and attached the front panel on the cardbase.
I then added the daisy wreath to the card using foam tape and a soft pink Artistic Bow on it. The sentiment from the Rainbow Daisies stamp set was stamped in Detail Black and die cut using the coordinating die.
Lastly I scattered a few Blush Glitter Drops on the card and the card was done!
Next I started to make the interactive part of the card. First I ink blended the bottom part of an A2 sized white panel in Sunshine, Marigold and Clementine, cut it with the A2 Slider die and dry embossed it using the Geo Arch Hot Foil Plate to add some texture to it.
I then cut the tag from white cardstock, ink blended the top part of it in yellow in the same ink colors like the front panel.
After that I arranged the watercolored daisies on the front part of the slider and also on the tag as shown in the picture.
I prepared the cardbase by adhering the negative piece from the front panel and the gold sentiment from the Foiled Sentiments 5 pack on it.
I then started assembling the slider card. I attached the bottom of the tag on the back of the bottom edge of the folded opening of the front panel and foam mounted the slider part on the card using some thin foam tape.
There will be a total of TEN $25 gift cards given to the winners 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 April 5, 2023.
*Please check the Giveaway page and claim your prize within 2 weeks !
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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