Pinkfresh Studio’s June Release

Pinkfresh Studio’s June Release

Hello friends!! It’s one of my favorite times of the month, time for another PinkFresh Studio Release and oh boy have they done it again!! AND if you were a fan like I was of the chevron and diamond pop-out cling stamps in the last release, then this release is for you!!


For today’s hop I created a couple of cards featuring the new super fun Pop Out: Diagonal Stripes Cling Stamp!!


To create these cards I started by stamping two A2 panels of white cardstock with the Pop Out: Diagonal Stripes Cling Stamp. To do this I had to first position the entire stamp in my MISTI and then stamped it onto a scrap of cardstock larger than an A2 panel to create a guide. Next, I centered an A2 panel of acetate over the stamped image and then traced around the acetate. This will be where I place my A2 panel of white cardstock.


I then adhered my panel to the guide (inside the traced panel) with a tape runner and then removed the stripe stamp adjacent to the one I wanted to stamp (this makes it easier to ink up) and then inked up my first stripe and stamped it. I then repositioned the stripe that I had removed, then removed the two stamps on either side of it and then inked it up and stamped it. I then repeated this process till I had stamped all the stripes on both panels. I used several colors of Pinkfresh inks to stamp these stripes, the colors I used for either card are listed below.

You card:

  • Sparkling Rose
  • Passion Fruit
  • Apricot
  • Sunshine
  • Key Lime
  • Meadow
  • Summer Shower
  • Blue Jay
  • Lavender

Hello card:

  • Bubble Gum
  • Berrylicious
  • Passion Fruit
  • Sweet Mustard
  • Meadow
  • Mermaid Cove
  • Seaside
  • Sapphire
  • Candy Violet


After I had stamped both panels, I then trimmed down one of the panels and then die cut it with the Ornate Oval Frame Die. Next, I die cut the frame out of white craft foam and then adhered the striped frame on top. I then adhered the rest of the panel and the dimensional frame onto an A2 top-folding card base. Next, I die cut four “you” using the Sentiment Suite: You word die out of white cardstock and adhered three together.


I then die cut a shadow layer out of vellum using the same die set and then adhered the vellum onto my stacked die cuts and then finished by adhering the last cardstock “you” on top. I the stamped and white heat embossed a sub-sentiment using the Simply Sentiments: You Stamp Set onto black cardstock. I then trimmed the sub-sentiment down and the adhered both parts of my sentiment onto my card front.


For my second card, I decided to add color to the negative spaces of my second striped panel. I did this by taping off a section with painters tape and then ink blending with the same ink I had used to stamp the adjacent stripe. I then repeated this process for the whole panel.

Once I had finished ink blending the panel I then die cut it with the two largest dies from the Ornate Banner Die set. I then also die cut white craft foam with the same two dies and then adhered the striped banner frame onto its craft foam counterpart. Next, I adhered the striped banner and the dimensional banner frame onto an A2 top-folding white card base.


I then die cut four “hello” out of white cardstock and one shadow layer out of vellum using the Phrase Builder: Hello Die set. I then adhered them together in the same manner I adhered the “you” for the previous card. Next, I stamped and white heat embossed a sub-sentiment using the Simply Sentiments: Hello Stamp Set onto black cardstock. I then trimmed the sentiment down to a stripe and then adhered it and the “hello” onto my card front.

And that’s it! I hope you enjoyed my two cards!


-Pinkfresh Studio will be giving away the full release on the Pinkfresh blog, their IG feed & YouTube channel..

Each stop along the hop will also be giving away a $25 gift card. As per usual with blog hops – the winners will be picked from the comments.

The winners announced & post on June 19, 2020 on Pinkfresh’s GIVEAWAY PAGE. Please  check that page & claim your prize within 2 weeks. 


-Pinkfresh will be offering a freebie die with $25+ purchase – which will load automatically into your cart.


-Pinkfresh is also offering free US or discounted international shipping on all orders $50+ from June 12th to June 18th.



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120 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio’s June Release

  1. What beautiful rainbow cards! So happy and bright! I absolutely love these pop out stamps! Great inspiration Channin!

  2. hello GORGEOUS! You’re making it hard on a girl, Channin! In a most beautiful ‘rainbow colored’ way!

  3. Love your bright and cheerful rainbow striped cards! What a great use for this new pop out stamp. Thanks for sharing!

  4. i feel mesmerized looking at these cards. how did you keep all the little pieces in that oval frame?

  5. the frames add an interesting element to the cards and having then match the background adds some nice dimension without taking away from the pretty stripes.

  6. Your cards are beautiful! I appreciated your description of your process as this diagonal stripe stamp is one of my favorites and I would love to try your technique!

  7. Love your tip for making the rainbow solid. Thank you so much for sharing your bright and beautiful cards!

  8. I love your array of rainbow cards and think they are beautiful. Thanks for listing the colors too!

  9. I absolutely love that Ornate Banner Die and was happy to see how it looks with the rainbow stripes. There are so many different card project samples along this hop which shows the diversity of the Pinkfresh products. Thanks!

  10. I love the card you created using the ornate frame dye and the new Diagonal Striped Cling Stamps, so pretty and happy!

  11. Love your cards & yes, I’m becoming a fan of EVERYTHING here. Amazing products every release!! Thanks for sharing your work!!!

  12. Dazzling and beautiful! LOVE the vivid colors.
    ❤ J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  13. The stripes are so colorful and happy! And then the raised frame cuts are impressive! Love your cards!

  14. Beautiful!!! 🌈💗
    As I hop along, I get so excited that a few months ago, I purchased the full set of ink cubes!! Their colors are so INCREDIBLE and bright and vibrant. It’s making me want to start playing with those NOW!!

  15. Such bright happy rainbow colours to use with the stripes! I like the design elements you incorporated to give dimension yet they don’t take over the overall look. This is one of the best releases I’ve ever seen as it is so versatile. I like everything in it!

  16. Beautiful rainbow cards! Love the dimension and how you used the vellum for the shadow on the You and the Hello.

  17. I love your rainbow striped cards. They are so bright & cheerful. Pairing the bright white ” you” with the smaller black sentiment really gets my attention.

  18. I love your beautiful, colorful cards. These pop-out stamps are amazing — so versatile and unique.

  19. It takes great patience to create a master piece, you did it!!! Love the rainbow assortment on these and the shapes are too cool…

  20. I love these bright, cheery cards. The little details like seeing the white border around the popped up ornate banner and trimming the sentiment on the first card closely make them special.

  21. Your cards are so bright and cheerful! This release is full of innovative products that I just love!

  22. All the bright, happy colors really make these cards stand out. I will have to get the pop out stamps to match my dies!!

  23. Wow, your cards are gorgeous! I love all that beautiful color! Gotta love a rainbow. And those pretty Ornate dies you used are the perfect touch. Well done! ♥️

  24. Beautiful cards! I love that you die cut and then pop up part of the background. Looks fantastic.

  25. Fun colors and cards! I love these dies and stamps release so much. So many possibilities!

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