Pinkfresh Studio | Card using Bloom stamp set and Indigo hills paper

Hi friends, I have one more card to share today using some more Pinkfresh Studio goodies. For this one, I used one of the patterned papers from Pinkfresh Studio Indigo Hills (older one) collection. I trimmed it to be slightly smaller than my A2 sized cardbase. Over this trimmed rectangle panel, I stamped the two floral images from Pinkfresh Studio’s Bloom stamp set + the two sentiments you see here using Versamark ink. Well, that’s when I made a boo-boo. I used MISTI to double stamp it, but since this patterned paper is not quite thick, it shifted a little …

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Two more cards using Pinkfresh Studio Fancy Floral 2 die

Hi friends, did you like the idea of customizing die cuts created with cover dies? You can check out the earlier cards here. I have a couple more cards using the same die and same idea – this time I used a patterned paper as background for one card and watercolored background for second one. The one important change I did is to keep my die cut as contiguous as possible. I did not pick and choose flowers and leaves from different places as I did with the older cards. Card 1: I used another paper from Bazzill Basics – …

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Pinkfresh Studio Fancy Floral 2 Die and Distress inks | Getting more out of cover dies

Hi friends, I have two fun cards to share with you. Both use the amazing cover die – Fancy Floral 2 – from Pinkfresh Studio. When I won the entire July release from this amazing company, I was luck to get this as part of the goodies. I have seen it everywhere, and it is used as a cover die with various backgrounds, so I wanted to do something different. For both my cards today, I die cut the design from gold mirrored cardstock and then fussy cut it to cut out pieces and used those individually. :-) Card 1: …

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3 cards with no stamping

Cards with no stamping collage

Hi friends, I hope all your shopping, packing etc is done for this big season of gifting. I have three last holiday cards to share with you which will less than 5 mins each to make.  Card 1: This card really came together in 5 mins! The whole flower cluster was one continuous sticker in the sticker sheet. And the sentiment is also a sticker :-) I simply added the stickers onto the card base with foam tape.  Here’s a tip – the foam tape will lift up the sticker up while the sticky part on the sticker itself, will …

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