Today is the Pink Fresh Studio February Release Blog Hop and I am very excited to share with you some cards I made using some products from the release. I used the NEW Spark of Goodness Floral Frame Bundle and the NEW Chrysanthemum Slimline Bundle to create my projects. A list of supplies will be linked at the bottom of this post.
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I did post a short IGTV video on Instagram sharing the process of creating my first card, so if that is something you like to watch, definitely check that out.
Pink Fresh Studio is giving away the full release over on the Pinkfresh blog and YouTube channel. They are also giving away a total of TEN $25 gift cards along the hop. The winners will be chosen from the comments along the blog hop. Winners will be posted on March 8, 2022 on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page (CLICK HERE!) to visit the page.
Here is a list of all of the blog hop participants.
To create this card, I started with a piece of heavy weight white cardstock cut to 5 x 6 1/4 to match the size of the stencils in the NEW Spark of Goodness Floral Frame Bundle. This makes it easier for me to line up the stencils.
Before using the stencils I wanted to stamp the red rubber stamp offered in the bundle. This is the lined image of the design. I used one of the stencils to help myself line up the stamp to the best of my ability making the stencil process easier as well. I stamped the image using a medium gray ink making a subtle design on the paper.
Once the image was stamped, I lined up each of the four stencils in the bundle using Pink Fresh Studio inks to create the pink or orange flowers respectively. I also used some green inks to create the greenery design.
I used the coordinating die to cut out the center of the design. This left me still with an oversized card front. I cut it down using a die that measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 which is the same size as an A2 card front.
I stamped the smaller red rubber stamp from the Spark of Goodness stamp set directly onto my light gray card base. I stamped it multiple times to create a design in the background.
As for the sentiment, I used the "never stop" stamp and coordinating die from the NEW Chrysanthemum Slimline Bundle. I used white embossing powder to heat emboss the sentiment and I used it's coordinating die to cut it out. I also cut it an additional three times so that I could adhere some extra layers of cardstock to the sentiment to pop it up and give it a dimensional look.
The card panel was popped up using adhesive foam squares directly onto the stamped card base. I then used liquid adhesive to stick on my sentiment in the center of the cut out.
This black and white beauty was so easy to put together. I stamped bottom of the NEW Chrysanthemum stamp onto another piece of heavy weight white cardstock cut to 4 1/4 by 5 1/2. I then stamped it again an another piece, only this time I stamp only the top of the design. I used the coordinating die to cut out the top portion and popped it up onto the uncut panel using foam squares.
The sentiment is from the same Chrysanthemum Slimline bundle. I stamped it onto a piece of black cardstock and cut it out using the coordinating die. I then also cut it from black craft foam and adhered them together to give it a dimensional look. I also added some shiny black enamel dots from my stash.
This card was assembled in a similar manner only I used black ink to stamp the background onto the same white cardstock. I then used the coordinating stencils and Pink Fresh inks to ink blend the chrysanthemum and I used the coordinating die to cut it out. This time I cut down the panel to 4 3/4 by 3 1/2.
I don't think it matters what color you used to ink blend this flower, it will pop on the black and white background.
I hope that I've inspired you to create something today. Thank you for visiting my blog.