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Pinkfresh Studio December 2021 Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release

Hi everyone! Welcome to your next stop on the Pinkfresh Studio December 2021 Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release blog hop. I know this hop has been full of beautiful and inspirational ideas, I’m hoping that you find some inspiration here too. I’ve got two colorful cards for you today and used the newly released: Built on Dreams stamp, stencil and die sets, the In the Meadow stamp, stencil and die sets, the Lush Vines hot foil plate AND Metallic Pearls: Sparkling Champagne. Whew!

I started with Neenah white (110 lb.) card stock and the new Built on Dreams stencil set. When I get a new stencil set the first thing I like to do is sit down with my inks and start playing. I don’t usually have a plan in mind right away, I just like to lay down some color to get an idea of what it looks like on paper in front of me. And sometimes those experimental sessions end up being the design that I keep. I used Pinkfresh inks from their purple collection: Soul of Provence, one of their blue collections: Starry Night and their orange collection: Indian Summer.

I die cut out the house shape with the accompanying die and set it aside to work on the background. I decided to hot foil the newly released Lush Vines design with Opal glimmer foil on white card stock for a subtle background… and to be honest it turned out a little more “subtle” than I liked, at least in the photos. In person you can see it a bit better. I read somewhere that the Opal glimmer foil shows up better on colored card stock, so I might have to try that. I die cut out my hot foiled, cardbase panel with the previously released Folk Edge Rectangles die set, which covers the whole card with the largest die measuring 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inches. This was adhered down to a light blue card base.

I started adhering everything together. But before I popped that fun house shape up with foam tape I tied a lavender string bow around the house. After everything was glued together I placed a sentiment from the Built on Dreams stamp set right over that big floppy bow. I placed some tiny blue flowers near the top of the card, I think it balances out the design a bit. And then I had fun loading that house up with the new Champagne pearls, I placed them over the dots that are part of one of the stencil layers, there were no hard decisions there! Done!

I started my next card with white card stock again, using the In the Meadow stamp set. I love the look of those long, draping falls of leaves. I used Rocky Slope gray ink and the Memory MISTI which is a large stamping platform and the approximately 8 1/2 X 3 1/2 inch sized stamp fit easily. I left the stamp in the platform and got to work with the accompanying stencil set. If you’re interested I was inspired to use multiple colors with this found image, (link to the photo on Pinterest).

After I was done inking in the design I put it back in the MISTI and heat embossed with WOW! Bright White super fine embossing powder. I die cut all of the pieces out and set them aside. For the background I decided that I wanted to try dry embossing the Lush Vines hot foil plate. I used my 110 lb. white card stock, spritzed some water in the air and waved cut card stock through it, a few times. When I embossed without the added moisture the first time, the paper was cracked here and there, maybe because I was using heavy card stock? When I embossed with the hot plate (following the manufacturers instructions and some light misting), I ended up with a gorgeously dry embossed image.

Just a quick side note: I use the Spellbinders Platinum die cutting machine, and love it! I have no issues with getting anything to fit on it. It is my only die cutting machine though and sometimes I think I need to have one of those darling teeny tiny die cutting machines for little stuff.

I cut my dry embossed image down to 4/14 X 4 1/4 inches and glued it to my square cardbase. I started arranging the colorful images using foam tape in places and decided to include the Stitched Scallop Circle die and more white cardstock to arrange the leaves and flowers around. Now I ended up covering up a lot of that lovely fall of leaves but they managed to inspire the sentiment anyway: “Yesterday was heavy, put it down.” I just thought they went well together, they both feel gentle to me. And who doesn’t have bad days or even difficult periods now and again? The sentiment is from the new Cosmos Bunch stamp set, beautifully designed by the so talented Emily Midgett!

I added some shimmery translucent jewels in various colors and was done with my encouragement card.

I hope some of these design choices have inspired you to make something new. Thank you so much for coming by!

-Anne

In the hop order Anett Gelencser was just ahead of me and Ashley Ebben is next. If you’d like to see the whole hop order here is a link back to the beginning at the Pinkfresh blog. But before you go…

GIVEAWAYS:

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

-They 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 be pulled and posted on December 14, 2021 on the GIVEAWAY PAGE. You must check that page & claim your prize within 2 weeks.

This Post Has 110 Comments

  1. Mary Kay Ross
    Mary Kay Ross

    Gorgeous cards. Those colors are fabulous!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh thank you Mary Kay Ross!! Thanks so much for stopping by!

  2. Debbie Selby
    Debbie Selby

    Love the layering on the second card. The colours are perfect too.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      I’m so glad you like it! Thank you Debbie!

  3. Billie Sue Woolley
    Billie Sue Woolley

    Thank you for sharing your process of starting by playing with the stencils and various ink combinations. You have created some terrific cards!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh I appreciate you saying so, thank you so much!!

  4. Patty A Eifert
    Patty A Eifert

    Beautiful cards!! That second one is my favorite! Love all those beautiful colors you used, and I really LOVE that sentiment!!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      It’s a beautiful sentiment, isn’t it? Thank you Patty!

  5. Maureen Reiss
    Maureen Reiss

    Wow!!!! Gorgeous cards!!! I love the dimension on the second one!!!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Hi Maureen! I’m so glad you like them! Thanks for coming by!

  6. Avra Williams
    Avra Williams

    Love your pretty colors!

  7. Susie Sonnier
    Susie Sonnier

    LOVE the Foiled Sentiments package AWESOME Card

  8. Jessica Yoder-Jones
    Jessica Yoder-Jones

    Wonderful cards! I love these new release and all the examples from you guys!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      That’s awesome! Thanks for coming by Jessica!

  9. Julie Booker
    Julie Booker

    Two very bright and cheerful cards. Both are just beautiful 😍

  10. Marianne Boulejiouch
    Marianne Boulejiouch

    Wow, wow, wow! Lovely cards.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh great! Thank you Marianne!

  11. Linda Kunsman
    Linda Kunsman

    glorious profusion of blooms and color on these cards- love!!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      I was really feelin’ like using a lot of color for these. Thanks so much for coming by Linda!

  12. Stacey Kowbel
    Stacey Kowbel

    Fantastic cards! Such beautiful designs!

  13. Meghan Kennihan
    Meghan Kennihan

    I love your bright colors and layers! JUST STUNNING!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Hi Meghan! Thank you so much!!

  14. Lori Spitzer
    Lori Spitzer

    Dear Anne – I like both cards, but I adore the second one! I find myself having to tell myself: Let it go. Just let it go. It’s in the past, etc…. so that sentiment really resonated w/ me.
    I am loving this release and thanks for your contributions!
    Lori S in PA

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Hi Lori! That’s so kind of you to say. I especially liked that sentiment too, hopefully it helps card makers to reach out to folks that are having a tough time, particularly if they don’t know exactly what to say. Thank you for coming by Mrs. Spitzer!

  15. Chris S.
    Chris S.

    That In the Meadow stamp set makes gorgeous cards. I love the way you used the stamp. Beautiful cards.

  16. Flora M Carswell
    Flora M Carswell

    Wow beautiful cards. Love all the fun details and colors.

  17. Nancy Roth
    Nancy Roth

    Beautiful! Love the bright colors and beautiful shading.

  18. Laura Langley
    Laura Langley

    Anne, I love the rainbow technique you used for the In the Meadows stamp floral card. It is so gorgeous. I also looked at your other cards. Your work is amazing. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh, wonderful! That just makes my day, thank you Laura!!

  19. Alexandra Young
    Alexandra Young

    Such absolutely beautiful cards!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh, I’m so glad you like them! Thank you Alexandra!

  20. Kailash
    Kailash

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  21. Marisela Delgado
    Marisela Delgado

    I always look forward to your blog posts because your cards never disappoint. Gorgeous cards and gorgeous colors. πŸ’œ Feliz Navidad, Anne, to you and your family. πŸŽ„β›„πŸŽ…β„πŸŽ„

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Hey Marisela! You are like the best cheerleader ever! So kind. Thanks lady!!

  22. Roxanne Johnson
    Roxanne Johnson

    LOve th embossed Lush Vines .Thanks for the inspiration

    1. Anne
      Anne

      I’m so glad you like them, thanks Roxanne!

  23. Debbie Frank
    Debbie Frank

    Fun cards with all the layers and bright colors!

  24. Kathy Krenn
    Kathy Krenn

    I love how you used the hot foil plate for dry embossing, I have to try it!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh good, I really was surprised at how well it turned out, I’ve never embossed with a hot plate before. Thanks Kathy!

  25. Cheriese H
    Cheriese H

    oh my, the layers of florals in all those fab colours is so dreamy!!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh, thank you Cheriese!

  26. Ann Ito
    Ann Ito

    Beautiful cards! Love the colors you used! Thank you for the inspiration!

  27. Anneleise Hampson
    Anneleise Hampson

    Such beauty and color!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Thank you Anneleise!

  28. Diane Zalusky
    Diane Zalusky

    Love you colour combos

  29. Lisa Heimiller
    Lisa Heimiller

    This is gorgeous. I love that little square card. Thank you for sharing with us!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Thanks so much Lisa!

  30. Susan McL
    Susan McL

    Great colors on those gorgeous cards

  31. Sharon Gullikson
    Sharon Gullikson

    The frame die on the first one is SO COOL. I love all of the products you used, but this is really extra special.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Pinkfresh Studio is chock full of beautiful designs! I particularly love the Folk Edge dies myself. Thanks for coming by Sharon!

  32. Laurie
    Laurie

    I don’t use lavenders or purples very often but your color combinations look so nice and soft together.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      That’s wonderful, thank you for saying so!

  33. Asha Kunchinadka
    Asha Kunchinadka

    love all the layering. beautiful inpiration

    1. Anne
      Anne

      I’m so glad you like them, thanks Asha!

  34. Jeanne Rice
    Jeanne Rice

    Beautiful cards! Love love that Lush Vine hot foil plate. So versatile. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      I think it’s really versatile, the Lush Vine hot foil plate. Thanks for coming by Jeanne!

  35. Cyndi Morris
    Cyndi Morris

    Beautiful, colorful cards. Love them both!

  36. Mary Holshouser
    Mary Holshouser

    Love the layering on the last card.
    The first has a kind of “dutch” feel
    to it. great cards. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  37. Jeanne Beam
    Jeanne Beam

    Gorgeous cards! Love the vibrant colors…
    Thanks for sharing.

  38. Carol G
    Carol G

    Love the cards and the gorgeous colors!

  39. Vicki Davis
    Vicki Davis

    Love your cards! What ink colors did you use on the house card? I really like the color combination. Thanks! πŸ’–

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Hi Vicki! As well as I can remember, I used: Slumber, Soft Lilac, Lavender, Candy Violet, Peach Fuzz, Apricot and Clementine. Thank you!!

  40. JOAN SCHMIDT
    JOAN SCHMIDT

    These cards are stunning! Beautiful works of art!

  41. Lauryne Cunningham
    Lauryne Cunningham

    Both cards are so pretty! I love all the floral layers on the second one!

  42. Laura Casselman
    Laura Casselman

    You made good use of so many of the products! What a beautiful example of them!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Thanks so much Laura!

  43. Connie johanns
    Connie johanns

    Big and bold use of color

  44. Dana M
    Dana M

    Beautiful and striking cards! I love your layers of elements and bright and happy color choices.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Thanks for coming by Nandini!

  45. Valerija
    Valerija

    A super set of cards, sweet images and beautiful colours. Love the design.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      You’re so kind, thank you Valerija!

  46. Anna M
    Anna M

    Beautiful colorful cards.

  47. roxanne tellini
    roxanne tellini

    The color on your second card is incredible. I love that one. <3

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh, wonderful! Thanks Roxanne!

  48. Sheri Kempke
    Sheri Kempke

    Gorgeous cards–love the colors! Great new products from Pinkfresh studio.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      I was in the mood to make a colorful card. I’m so glad you like them, thanks Sheri!!

  49. Marilyn H
    Marilyn H

    Very cool layering. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Hi Marilyn! Thank you!!

  50. Jeannie Boudet
    Jeannie Boudet

    That second card is so absolutely gorgeous!!!

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Oh, yay! Thanks SO much Jeannie!

  51. Jeannie F
    Jeannie F

    Beautiful cards! I love the colors!

  52. Sue D
    Sue D

    Love your choice of colors.

  53. Denise Bryant
    Denise Bryant

    Love your bright color combos! Beautiful floral designs!

  54. Darlene
    Darlene

    Really like the color choices on the House and Meadow images. My two favorite sets so far.

    1. Anne
      Anne

      Thank you so much Darlene!!

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