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Pinkfresh Studio Ink Pad Release Blog Hop

What an exciting day! Pinkfresh Studio Ink Pad Release is now available, and we are celebrating with a huge blog hop! If you’re hopping along today, you should be arriving from the talented Anett Gelencsér‘s blog. You will find the full blog hop lineup listed below, as well as details for giveaways on today’s hop!

There is 12 color families in this release, each with four colors. These 48 ink colors are available in full size ink pads, and in ink cubes. For the above cards, I used the Delicate Wreath stamp set and 2 color families for the card fronts. For the green card, I used Mint, Meadow, and Emerald City. The fourth color in this family is Evergreen. For the orange card, I used Peach Fuzz, Apricot, Clementine, and Persimmon.

Before I stamped the panels, I blended ink onto them with a blender brush. The inks blended smoothly, and evened out to a beautiful glow. I trimmed the panels with the large Diagonal Stitched Rectangle, then used my MISTI to stamp the panels the same. My images came out smooth and crisp, and the colors are vibrant, and are as beautiful as their names.

I used the Make A Wish Stamp set for my next card, a birthday card for my Mother-In-Law. I used a variety of ink colors to show how well they all work together.

Purple is her favorite color, making this purple ink family perfect for her card. I used Soft Lilac, Lavender, and Regal Kiss for the cake. The cake stand is Ocean Breeze, and the two small pic flowers are Coral Reef. I used Peach Fuzz and Apricot for the range flowers, and Lemon Whip for the yellow flower. The leaves are two greens, Fresh Pear, and Grassy Knoll.

To assemble the card, I die-cut purple card stock with the large Braided Oval die, then bended Candy Violet ink around the edge. I stamped foliage from the stamp set onto the background with Soft Lilac ink, attached it to a card base, and added the cake and candles to finish the card.

I hope I have been able to show you how vibrant these ink colors are. Your next stop on the hop is the talented Ashlea Cornell.

Now for the Hop details and Giveaways…

The entire Full Size Ink Pad Release is up for grabs on the Pinkfresh Blog. The Mini Cube Release is up for grabs on the Pinkfresh Instagram feed! Leave a comment at both place for a chance to win. Each blog stop on the hop today is also giving away a $25 gift card. Simply leave a comment below for a chance to win! Winners will be announced Monday, October 21st, on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page. Winners will need to check that page and claim their prize within two weeks.


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Thank you so much for stopping by today. Enjoy your time on the hop!

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110 Replies to “Pinkfresh Studio Ink Pad Release Blog Hop”

  1. Love how you use the delicate wreath stamp set and stamp Tim in Hughes of similar colors. Very pretty.

  2. These are so beautiful! Love your color combos! The cards with the Delicate Wreath set really show off the gorgeous colors! Can’t wait to try these pretty inks!

  3. Gorgeous cards! I love the color combos you used on your Delicate Wreath cards! Can’t wait to try these pretty inks!

  4. Lovely cards. These inks look like they stamp and blend beautifully. Looking forward to giving them a try. Thanks for sharing!

  5. your cards are so pretty; so creative – purple is my favorite color too!! – thanks for the inspiration

  6. Love how you used the whole color family on the first two cards!
    And how vibrant the last card is – it’s beautiful!

  7. I could not love the wreath cards more! I have been stalking cards with that wreath and your cards are phenomenal. I love the colors you chose and your idea to use the gradient of color.

  8. Hi Angelica 🙂 Love both your cards!!! The wreath card would be so lovely for a gift with all the different colors included! The birthday card is amazing as well! Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  9. I love your wreaths…I’m definitely going to try this. They are so beautiful being stamped in the same color family!

  10. Your cards are very beautiful. I love your designs!! I think the inks are gorgeous!! So vibrant! The card you made for your mother-in-law is very elegant and I, too, love purple!

  11. These cards look oh so beautiful! I love the colorful and pretty wreath images. The cake with purple inks is another gorgeous one. Great job on these cards. Thanks for sharing.

  12. These colors are beyond gorgeous. And your cards…well, what can I say?! Always my favorite! 🧡

  13. Angelica, so nice to visit you on the hop! Love your cards, with the tiny detail from the die on the wreath cards, and the very gentle shaded background. Those are absolutely gorgeous!

  14. I love the wreath stamp and it is gorgeous stamped in each of the color families. BTW – Regal Kiss is my favorite of all of the ink colors.

  15. Beautiful cards! Love that you used all/most of the colors from a set to stamp your wreaths. The colors go so well together.

  16. Oh wow these cards are so pretty! I especially love the softness of the orange card – its ethereal feeling!

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