Pinkfresh Studio December 2021 Release – BLOG HOP!

Hey, friends! I hope you are enjoying the Pinkfresh December Release BLOG HOP so far! If you only just started hopping, don’t worry! I have the links at the end of this post that you can follow to continue on to all the other blogs.

You are DEFINITELY going to want to continue hopping, and make sure to LEAVE A COMMENT on each blog to be entered to WIN some sweet store credit to the Pinkfresh shop!

One Wreath Wonder

For my first card, I used the coordinating stamp, washi, and dies in the IN THE MEADOW collection to die cut a bunch of these beautiful flowers for the front of my card. I love that Pinkfresh has the dies perfectly aligned to the flowers on the washi tape so you can add tape to some cardstock, and then cut them all out with one pass through your die machine. Its a quick way to cut a ton of blooms all at once.

Once I had all the blooms cut out, I decided to arrange them into a semi-wreath on my card front. You can NEVER go wrong with a wreath! They always look gorgeous and they are pretty simple to do! Before I adhered down all my wreath pieces, I stamped the sentiment on my card front. Then, I added some bling with some Pinkfresh gems.

Stenciled Blooms

The next collection I decided to work with from this release was the Citrus Blooms. This collection has stencils, stamps, and dies that coordinate. All I had to do was stamp the images, line up the stencils and add color, and then cut them all out at once with the dies. Boom. So simple.

With having a ton of the citrus blooms colored and cut out quickly and easily, I then just added them to my card front. For my first card, I opted for a mini slimline that I first foiled the heart background on. Then, I added strips of cardstock that I weaved together for an interesting touch. Dont worry- it may look intense, but it was super easy to do!

To finish this card, I added the blooms and some more of those gorgeous Pinkfresh gems. I love those sparkly gems!

My last card is sort of a play off my previous mini slimline, only I wanted to do a full slimline version. I used the same colors, blooms, paper weaving technique and foiled heart background, but switched it up just a bit to make it unique. What do you think?

Instead of a light, clear foil I used blue this time. I thought it went well with the blue and yellow theme of the Citrus Blooms.

I added just a touch of paper weaving at the bottom.

And of course, added the blooms and the sentiment (and gems!) to finish it off.

Keep Hopping!

Thanks for stopping by! Make sure to keep hopping in order to hit all the blog posts in today’s hop. LEAVE A COMMENT to be entered to win!

Lea Lawson

Marie Heiderscheit <—- YOU ARE HERE

Mindy Eggen <—- GO HERE NEXT!

Did Someone Say PRIZES?!?

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

-Pinkfresh will 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.

-Pinkfresh will pull the winners & post them on December 14, 2021 on their GIVEAWAY PAGE. Please remember that you must check that page & claim you prize within 2 weeks.

65 Comments Add yours

  1. Mary-Anne+V says:

    Fantastic the washi tape and the weave pattern you created on the 2nd card.


  2. Lauryne Cunningham says:

    Wow! I love the clean designs on your cards- the flowers really pop! Every single one is absolutely gorgeous! The paper weaving is so unique- I need to try that!


  3. Connie Johanns says:

    Your samples with the washi tape are stunning!


  4. Nandini says:

    Gorgeous cards. I love the paper weaving detail on the second card.


  5. Valerija says:

    Wonderful cards. Love them all!
    Valerija xx


  6. Jeannie F says:

    I love the cards you’ve made. All are very pretty.


  7. roxanne tellini says:

    The meadow washi is so beautiful and I love the arch you made around the sentiment.


  8. lpford1400 says:

    Your cards are stunning! I love this new Washi tape. It’s so pretty!!


  9. Sue D says:

    Pretty cards. I like how the sentiment in framed on the first one.


  10. Dee Earnshaw says:

    beautifully crafted cards – love the designs


  11. Marehelm1 says:

    What a lovely way to say thank you with these designs.


  12. Jeannie Boudet says:

    Gorgeous cards!! what great designs!!


  13. Karen B Walker says:

    All three cards are gorgeous, but your wreath is just fabulous! I love those new sentiments!


  14. Denise Bryant says:

    Gorgeous cards! I love the designs and details! The woven strips add a nice pattern and texture! Love that fabulous wreath!


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