Monday, September 30, 2019

Pinkfresh Studio Holiday Stamp & Die Release Blog Hop

Hello Pinkfresh Studio fans,

We are back again with a fabulous new blog hop full of gorgeous new products and loads of inspiration! Hope you'll love it!

You should have arrived here from the lovely Vicki Papaioannou's blog but you can find the full blog hop list at the bottom of this post in case you're lost!

So let's get to it then! Today I have a card trio for you that I've created with the beautiful Layered Wreath die set. All my sentiments are from the Classic Holiday Words die set

By the way...Do you see something fun sneaking in the picture?! Pinkfresh Studio ink pads, say whaaaat?! Psssst! They are coming October 14 so you don't need to wait long. I will tell you however, that they are AMAZING. Colors and quality all there. Why I'm actually mentioning this...I've only used white card stock on today's projects! Me! No patterned papers, ha! 

I simply colored my whites with 4 different ink pads, just stamping them until there was no more white space. It takes awhile to dry, you can use your heat gun to speed up the process if you want, but definitely wait until they are dry. Otherwise the paper will tear easily. 

I've cut different size strips of papers and glued them down kind of randomly on an A2 size piece of white card stock. I've die cut two wreaths from white card stock, layered them up and stitched them together in the middle. I glued the wreath onto my card front and added a pink bow on top which I've created using the Partial Cut Bouquet and Bow die set from an earlier release. My sentiment, some twine and gold splatters finish off this card.

Next up a white card that I've dry embossed. I then die cut a dark green wreath and added some light green bits and pieces on top - these smaller dies are also part of the die set. And so are the little berry dies - I've used light pink paper for these. 

Possibly my favorite sentiment from the Classic Holiday Words die set is Season's Greetings. I love that font and the size of the sentiment is perfect too - I think this set is a must-have! I've glued this down in the middle, splattered some gold ink and added red twine. By the way red twine....If any of you knows where I can buy red twine, like this one I've used here - something firm, not the soft baker's twine type that doesn't hold it's shape...Please let me know. I keep looking but only find baker's twine. :(

On my last card I've used the Folklore die from last year to add a subtle something something to my background. Just a little bit of texture a color! I then die cut the wreath again, this time the opposite colors as above. I added some light pink and red berries. You can take this to the next level and add some glaze or Nuvo drops!

Die cut sentiment, gold inks splatters, red twine and done!

And now for the fun part! 


1. Pinkfresh Studio is giving away the full Holiday release on the Pinkfresh blog and Instagram as well!

2. On each blog we are giving away a $25 gift certificate too!

As always, the winners will be selected from the comments left on all blog posts. Winners will be announced on Monday, October 7, 2019 on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page. You must claim your prize within 2 weeks so don't forget to go check the above page! Comment away! Good luck!

Pinkfresh Studio is also offering free shipping on orders $100+, within the United States. No code is needed.

That's it for today! I hope you enjoyed all the inspiration along the hop!

Thank you for stopping by!

Have a fabulous day!



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