Pretty Pink Posh June Release & Blog Hop

Pretty Pink Posh June Release & Blog Hop

Hello friends!! Today I’m so excited to be joining Pretty Pink Posh’s June Release and blog hop!! This release is so incredibly adorable and sweet!!

You may or may not know that Paulina recently gave birth to the cutest little boy and many of the designs in this release were inspired by some of his outfits. So you know that this release is going to be cuteness overload!!


I created a couple of cards using the adorable new Jungle Friends and Jungle Additions Stamp sets as well as the new Simple Stripes Die set.

To create these cards, I first stamped all the animals (some animals more than once) from the Jungle Friends and Jungle Additions Stamp Set in Versafine Onyx Black Ink onto Bristol paper. Once I had finished stamping my images, I then watercolored them with Tombow Dual Brush Pens.

  • Hippo: 553, 451, 723
  • Zebra: 723, 761
  • Tiger: 885 + 933, 451
  • Giraffe: 933, 925, 723
  • Lion: 946, 025, N15
  • Snake: 126
  • Elephant: 451, 452
  • Turtle (A2): 243, 277, 025
  • Turtle (slimline): 126, 243, 277, 025

When I had finished coloring all my images, I then die cut them out with the matching dies. Next, I die cut eight sheets of different colored cardstock with all the dies from the Simple Stripes Die set.


I then adhered the largest stripes onto the front of an A2 top-folding card base made from white cardstock. Next, I stamped a sentiment onto an A2 panel of vellum in Versafine Onyx Black Ink and then heat embossed it in clear.


I then adhered several animals onto the vellum panel and then trimmed off the over hang. Next, I added glue to the backside of the vellum panel, where the animal were adhered to hide the glue and then adhered the panel onto the card base.


For my slimline card, I adhered all the remaining stripes, except for the thinest ones, onto a 8 1/4″ 3 5/8″ panel of white cardstock and then trimmed off the over hang. I then adhered the panel onto an slimline card base (7 1/4″ x 8 5/8″; scored at 3 5/8″).


Next, I stamped and white heat embossed a sentiment onto gray cardstock and then trimmed the sentiment down to create a banner. I then finished the card by adhering the sentiment and the remaining animals onto the card front with foam dots.


Pretty Pink Posh is generously giving away four $25 gift certificates (two winners for each day of the two day blog hop). Winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop. Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PST on 6/24/2020. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.

Blog Hop:

Pretty Pink Posh blog 
Jennifer McGuire
Angelica Conrad
Wanda Guess
Ardyth Percy- Robb
Adelle Emery
Heather Hoffman
Gemma C.
Channin Pelletier <<< You are here >>>
Mayra’s Designs
Yoonsun Hur  

I hope you enjoyed my cards!! Thank you so much for stopping by!



91 thoughts on “Pretty Pink Posh June Release & Blog Hop

  1. Love your cards! Your creations are always inspiring. Love how you used the strip dies to make the background. Thank you for sharing your creations.

  2. Your backgrounds are spectacular!! Your jungle animals are cute and beautifully colored. Love it!!

  3. These are so sweet Channin! I love how all the sweet jungle critters look over the bright rainbow background! I have a very similar background in the works right now for an upcoming post, so now I have an idea of what it will look like.

  4. Wow. I love your cards. The rainbow colored background really compliments the cute animals. I love the overall look and design.

  5. Blessings and prayers for the new sweet baby!! What a tribute in watercolors! Soooo cute! Love the soft colors against the fun stripes. I love these jungle buddy images so much!

  6. What a great idea to use the rainbow background with the jungle critters. Your cards look amazing! Love how you colored the jungle critters in rainbow colors too.

  7. Your cards are absolutely adorable! The colors, the styles, those sweet critters — amazing.

  8. Channin- the slimline card captured my brain’s appreciation for structure. Then I saw the other card, w/ these cuties coming in from all angles, and the touch of whimsy went straight to the heart! So sweet! Thanks for sharing your creative talents with us! Be well.

  9. While both cards are so charming, I especially like the one where you put the stripes on the diagonal. I’m in awe of your coloring too! Thank you for sharing your talents!

  10. Love these cards. Thanks for sharing and thanks for sharing the tombow watercolors you used to color them.

  11. OH WOW! What fabulous & fun designs … love them! What a fabulous new release! I’ve already placed my order! LOL Thanks for inspiration!

  12. Love your rainbow cards! They are so bright and cheerful with those bright colors and adorable animals.

  13. I just love the stitched stripes… Your colorful card in slim line style is too cool. The jungle animals are too adorable. Thanks PPP for another great release!

  14. I like the way you showcased the little jungle critters against the colorful striped background in your slimline card. Really cute design. Of course, you always have nice card designs!

  15. Those striped backgrounds really made your adorable animals stand out. You did such a great job on these cards.

  16. I’m loving all of the stripes in the rainbow assortment of colours on both of your cards. I really like the way the vellum on the first one gives it a muted look. PPP makes the cutest critters!

  17. Wow!!!! Fabulous striped backgrounds and awesome coloring on your critters! SOOO CUTE!!
    ❤ J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  18. The colorful striped background is a great match for the colored stamps. I like how it’s colorful yet soft to the eye.

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