Pinkfresh Studio’s November Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Pinkfresh Studio’s November Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hello crafty friends!! It’s time for a new Pinkfresh Studio release!!! This release has a bit of everything, including stamps, dies, stencils and hot foil plates!!

I have two cards to share, both featuring the Scripted Greeting Dies and the Folk Garden 2 stamps, stencils and dies.

To create these cards I first stamped the outline for the foliage with the Folk Garden 2 Stamp in Tidal Pond. I then colored the flowers and leaves by ink blending over the Folk Garden 2 Layering Stencils with several Pinkfresh inks (Key Lime, Grassy Knoll, Lemon Whip, Marigold & Clementine). Once I finished ink blending I then die cut the images out using the Folk Garden 2 Die.

For my first card I die cut an A2 panel of white cardstock with Essential: Fancy Oval Frame Die. I then arrange several flowers and leaves behind the panel and frame. Once I had my foliage in the right spot, I then picked everything up with a piece of press-n-seal, flipped it over and added foam adhesive to the backside. Next, I removed the backing and then adhered the panel, frame and flowers to an A2 top-folding white card base. I then adhered several of the Peach Fuzz jewels inside the white spaces between foliage.

Next, I die cut three “Hello” out of white cardstock using the Scripted Greeting Dies, I then die cut a shadow for the sentiment out of vellum. Next, I adhered two of the “Hello” together and then adhered them to the vellum shadow. I then finished the sentiment by adhering my last “Hello” on top. Lastly, I finished my card by adhering the sentiment to the card front.

For my second card I first dry embossed the front of an A2 top-folding white card base with the Folk Garden 2 Hot Foil Plate. I then die cut three “Celebrate” outlines out of white cardstock and a shadow layer out of vellum using the Scripted Greetings Dies. I then adheres the “Celebrate” die cuts together in the say manner I assembled the “Hello”.

Next, I arranged my flowers and sentiment and then adhered them to the card front with liquid glue and foam adhesive. I then finished the card by adding some more Peach Fuzz jewels to the flowers.

GIVEAWAY:

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

Pinkfresh will also be giving away a total of TEN $25ย gift cards along the hop. As per usual with blog hops – the winners will be picked from the comments. The winners will be posted on our GIVEAWAY PAGE on November 11, 2021. Please check that page & claim your prize within 2 weeks.

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

~Channin

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90 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio’s November Release Blog Hop and Giveaway

  1. What beautiful cards to start my day, Channin! And didn’t I end my crafty day with you yesterday? A double treat, and I LOve the way you used this hot foil plate to dry emboss!
    =]

  2. Folk Garden 2 was one of my favorites after watching the release video. Your use of it has really put it on my wish list! Thanks.

  3. Beautiful! I love seeing how differently you’re all using this set – so many possibilities. Love your colour choices!

  4. I’m not sure how you do the dry emboss but since I don’t have a hot foil machine I’ll figure it out later. Thanks for sharing your inspiration!

  5. The florals went from gorgeous to breathtakingly gorgeous when you added the delicate dies in white. So pretty!!!!

  6. Love your simple designs. So easy on the eyes and the fresh colors really make it special. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Channin, what a great idea to just use bits and pieces of a stamped, stenciled and diecut creation and turn them into a completely different look than the stamp itself! And I had no idea you could emboss with the hot plates either…wonderful! Thanks for the new tips and tricks to try!

  8. Your cards are so pretty. I love the dry embossed background. I also really like how you stamped the Folk Garden 2 flowers in Tidal Pool ink. I tend to think of only using black but I must branch out and be more creative. Thanks! ๐Ÿ’–

  9. Wow! I love both cards! I love the idea of putting the florals behind the fancy oval frame and also using the hot foil plate to emboss the background on the 2nd card! Very creative! Thank you!

  10. Thank you for sharing your beautiful cards. I love the arrangement of the folk garden 2 flowers with the oval.

  11. Gorgeous cards. I love the fresh bright colour palette. Thanks for the description of the oval framed card, it’s a stunning card

  12. So clever to use the hot plate to dry emboss with the folk garden 2 and then add them to the top!! Gorgeous cards and so inspiring in white with pops of the yellow and greens!! So fun, festive and feminine! (Love my press and seal and use it more in my crafting than the cooking area)!!

  13. Love the color choices here! Really liking how the folks art 2 can be used as one big stamp or multiple smaller ones

  14. Oh, these cards are so crisp and fresh. I just love them! This Folk Garden 2 suite of products is my favorite this time around!

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