Pinkfresh Studio August 2020 Stamp and Die Release Blog Hop

Hello everyone! Today I am so excited to be participating in the August release blog hop for Pinkfresh Studio! There are some GORGEOUS new products releasing today! If you are hopping along, you should have arrived from Anne Fiene’s blog.

I’ve created two lovely floral cards to share with you today! Make sure to read all the way to the bottom for details on how to win some great prizes from Pinkfresh Studio!

For my first card, I stamped the new Blushing Floral cling stamp in VersaMark ink on Neenah Solar White cardstock and embossed with gold. I used Copic markers to color the image. I decided to stick with one color for the flowers for this card, but I look forward to making a garden of colors in the future! For the blossoms, I used R22, R21, R30, and R000, and for the leaves, I used G24, G21, and G20.

I blended Pinkfresh Studio inks in Passion Fruit and Coral Reef from the Heartbeat bundle onto Lawn Fawn Apricot cardstock for an ombre effect. I die cut my Copic colored piece with a stitched rectangle die and added it to my ombre background. I used a sweet sentiment from the new You Can Change the World stamped in VersaMark and embossed in white. The script in this set is just beautiful. I am in love! I popped the sentiment up with foam tape and added a bit of messy gold thread beneath before finishing the card with a few iridescent jewels.

For my second card, I blended Pinkfresh Studio inks in Stargazer, Sapphire, and Blue Jay from the Starry Night bundle on Neenah Solar White cardstock.

I splattered gold acrylic paint across the background and heat set it. I cut the Colorblock Gradiating Stripes die from white cardstock and added the die cut to the top of my ink blended piece. A glue pen is super helpful for those tiny lines!

I stamped the flowers from Thankful for Friends in Pinkfresh Studio Detail Black. I love that this ink works with watercolor and Copics – no grabbing the wrong ink! I used my Copics to color the image. For the flowers, I used RV69, R56, RV34, R83, and RV11, and for the leaves and stems, I used G29, G28, G46, and G82. I cut the flowers out with the matching die and splattered them with more gold acrylic paint. I added the flowers to the card with a bit of messy gold thread underneath for more interest and shine. I finished with a sentiment from Thankful For Friends stamped in Stargazer ink.

To celebrate the new release, Pinkfresh Studio is offering two special shipping deals if you order from the website this week! Make sure you use the right code based on your location!

Whew! You made it this far! It’s time for the giveaways! Pinkfresh Studio will be giving away the full release on their blog, Instagram, and YouTube! Make sure you stop by to enter! And they are also giving away a $25 gift card at EACH blog stop! So please comment below to be entered for the prize from my blog! And of course, comment at each of the other wonderful ladies’ blogs for a chance to win there and to give them some love!

Winners will be announced on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page on Wednesday, August 26th, so you have until then to enter! If you win, make sure to claim your prize within two weeks or they may have to re-pick.

Next up on the hop is the lovely and crazy talented Caly Person! Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!

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135 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio August 2020 Stamp and Die Release Blog Hop”

  1. Gorgeous cards – I love the color blending that you did on both cards. It takes them to another level. I will have to try this technique!


  2. Wow! I like your cards very much! especially the first one! Truly stunning! I think using soft colors make people calm and ease… at least me! 🙂


  3. Gorgeous cards. I especially love the first one. All the florals in the release are amazing, and that Blushing Floral stamp is my favorite.


  4. I’d like to watercolor that Blushing Floral. It’s lovely.

    Wish I could find some curlers that big to fit in my hair. They’re hard to find.


  5. Great job on these cards I love the gold embossing, splatter background and the colors you used on these cards really beautiful


  6. I love the beautiful colors you chose. You matched your copics to your ink blending perfectly, and I love how you did both a softer palette and a more bold one.


  7. Every card was so pretty! Think my favorite one was the one with the gold embossing. The colors you used to color it was so perfect for the name of the stamp! Very, very nice.


  8. Ashley your cards are beautiful. That first one is definitely my favourite. I love love love the colours you chose and great work with your blending! Thank you for the inspiration! 💗


  9. Beautiful florals! That combination of soft pink with gold embossing on your first card gets me every time – I love it!


  10. I love the soft colors you used on your Blushing Floral card. The floral from the Thankful for Friends set pops on the blue background.


  11. Oh, I love these cards so much! The soft and subtle coloring of the first card, and the bold & bright appeal of the second are both fantastic! Thank you for inspiration!


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