Pinkfresh Studio’s July Release

Pinkfresh Studio’s July Release

Hello friends!! It feels like forever since I made a post but I’m back today with a new release from Pinkfresh Studios!! This release has it all, stamps, dies, hot foil plates and stencils!! And in true Pinkfresh fashion these products are not only gorgeous but also innovated as well!!

My first card features the Slimline Stars Builder Stencils. This stencil set is a layering set that creates the coolest radiating stars and of course I couldn’t resist rainbowifing them!!

For this card I created the background first over a slimline panel (3 5/8″ x 8 5/8″) of light pink cardstock. I started with the first stencil from the Slimline Stars Builder Stencil set and ink blended lightly with Raspberry Bliss, Clementine, Sweet Mustard, Emerald City, Blue Jay, Stargazer and Candied Violet. Next I ink blended over the second stencil with the same ink colors but more heavy handedly to make the colors darker. For the last stencil in the set, I applied Transfer Paste and then allowed the panel to dry completely. After the panel had dried I then foiled over the stars with Iridescent Transfer Foil.

Next, I adhered the panel onto the front of a slimline card base (7 1/4″ x 8 5/8″; scored and fold at 3 5/8″). I then created a frame out of white cardstock using the Slim Stitched Rectangle Die Set and adhered it to my card front. I then die cut several stars using the Essentials Stars Shaker Die Set. I then adhered my stars to my card front with foam adhesive.

Next, I die cut a sentiment out of black and iridescent mirrored cardstock using the Lots of Love Die Set and adhered the layers together. I then stamped and silver heat embossed a sentiment from the new Best of Everything Stamp Set onto black cardstock and trimmed down to a strip. Lastly I finished the card by adhering my sentiments to the card front with foam adhesive.

My next card features the Slim Stars Builder Stencils again but also the Sweet Friend Stamps Set and matching die.

This card is actually sort of a two for one card because I used my already inky/dirty star stencils from the first card, spritzed them with water and then place them face down onto a slim panel of bristol paper. I started with spritzed stencil #2, after I transferred the residual ink from the stencil to the panel I then dried it and then placed spritzed stencil #1 on top. Once I had finished trying the panel I then took the third stencil, placed it over the panel and applied glitter paste and set panel aside to dry. When the panel had dried I then die cut the panel with the Slim Stitched Rectangle Die Set.

Next, I stamped two sets of flowers from the Sweet Friend Stamp Set in Detail Black Ink onto white cardstock. I then die cut the flowers out with the matching dies. I then temporarily placed flowers over my panel with low tack tape, trimmed off the excess and then adhered to the panel with foam adhesive.

Next, I stamped and white heat-embossed a sentiment from the Sweet Friend Stamp Set onto black cardstock and fussy cut it out. I then stamped a sub-sentiment with in detail black onto the panel and then adhered the fussy cut sentiment with foam adhesive. Lastly I finished the card by adhering the panel onto my card front.


Pinkfresh will be giving away the full release on the Pinkfresh blog & YouTube channel.

In addition Pinkfresh will also be giving away a total of TEN $25 gift cards along the hop. As per usual with blog hops – the winners will be picked from the comments.

The winners will posted on August 3 , 2021 on our GIVEAWAY PAGE. Please check that page within 2 weeks after posted date to claim your prize.


We are offering free US shipping on all orders $50+ from July 26th to August 1st. See the graphic in the blog hop graphics folder above for code.

Also a free die will be included with purchases of $50 and over – no code needed – while supplies last.


You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

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



55 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio’s July Release

  1. Channin, I happen to know you have TONS on your plate – and I’m loving it ALL!! Love how you’ve brought your own special way of adding a rainbow to just about anything at all! So pretty with these fun new Pinkfresh products! xx

  2. Love how you used the stars layering background stencil for the slimline card.. and of course my favorite from this release Sweet Friend. I love how you left it white and let the background speak for itself and carry the card. Lovely idea. Thank You.

  3. Beautiful cards, I loved the reuse of the inky stencils. Thank you for sharing how you created these cards.

  4. I love your take on things…I haven’t finished watching your craft hour with Jeff yet. Can’t wait to see what you created during that time. I love the rainbow star background. So pretty!

  5. I LOVE LOVE the rainbow background with the black and white flowers. It makes the flowers so much easier for me 🙂 Beautiful examples.

  6. I love the new star background stencil. You added the final sparkle touch with the foil. So pretty. Thanks!

  7. Love the rainbow background on the first card. That would be super fun to make for a child’s birthday card. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Great slimline cards. The first one is my favorite. I like the different ways you used the new star stencils. It’s also nice to see the new florals used without coloring. Thanks for the inspiration!

  9. Wonderful cards. I especially love the first one — I’d love to send that one to each of my four grandchildren; the sentiment is perfect!

  10. Pinkfresh is quickly becomming my favorite stamp company and I always look foreard to their releases. Yours is always the first blog I visit along the hops, you never dissapoint! I must have all the new layering stencils, love what you did with the stars!

  11. I love all the new slim line stencils. Sweet Friend is gorgeous and it has a hot foil plate, my JAM Your cards are wonderful and this release has so much to offer. TFS

  12. Beautiful cards! 2 for 1 to top it off. Love all the products in this release. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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