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Pinkfresh Studio January 2021 Challenge

Hello my crafty friends, welcome to my blog. Todays I’am showing you two cards I made for the Pinkfresh Studio January 2021 Monthly Challenge. 

I had so much fun creating this two floral cards using some amazing Pinkfresh Studio Products.

I have linked all the products below that I have used to create this cards.

Now lets jump over to the step by step. 

First of all I started by cutting two pieces of Neenah Solar White 110lb using the slim stitched rectangle die and  run it through my Gemini Junior. Now I had the base for both cards. 

I also die cut two smaller pieces which will be my card panels. 

On one of the cards (rainbow one) I stamped the flowers using Pinkfresh Black Hybrid Ink and on the other one I used a light grey Rocky Slope.

The good thing is if you don’t like to color everything you can get the coordinating stencils (that’s gorgeous). You get three stencils to ink blend all the flowers and leaves of that stamp. 

For one of the cards I used some bright colors in rainbow order. I love how it looks.. so bright and you know I love rainbows, they make me happy. 

I stamped the sentiment also in Black and then sprinkled some gold watercolor over the card panel. Just to give it some shine and dimension. I also sprayed some shimmer spray over it… that give it such a nice texture and also shine.. I love to use the shimmer spray from Avery Elle you have to try it.

For the second card I used some light pastel colors, I wanted the second card to be more elegant and soft. 

I stamped the sentiment with WOW! Embossing Ink and heat embossed it in gold. I also sprinkled some watercolor over my panel but this time in silver. 

To finish the cards I did adhere them onto my already die cut card panel using Gina K Connect Glue. 

And that’s it my crafty friends, I had so much fun making this cards as it is sooo easy to color everything out using the coordinating stencils that’s really awesome. 

I hope you like them and I would love to hear from you just below in my comment sections.

Thanks again for stopping by and wish you a wonderful day and stay safe and healthy.

One Comment

  • Marisela Delgado

    So beautiful, Daniel! When I first started rubber stamping many years ago, they were called tall cards, not slimline, but no one but me seems to remember that. haha haha

    Have you ever used rubber stamps? They’re called clings now. Nothing beats using real rubber. Impression Obsession has so many awesome stamps and the price point is not bad. ☺☺ Que la pases bien, Daniel. Cuidate mucho. Este virus va en serio.

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