Pinkfresh Studio March 2020 Essentials Slim Cuts Release Blog Hop

Hi friends! I’m joining Pinkfresh Studio today for their FABULOUS Essentials Slim Cuts Release Blog Hop. If you’re following the hop, you should be arriving from Jennifer McGuire’s blog. You will find the full lineup listed below, as well as details for giveaways on today’s hop. I have two cards to share, so let’s get started!

This Release features NINE new Slimline die sets. The dimensions for the dies are based off a traditional slimline envelope, which is 3 7/8 x 8 7/8. The card dimension would be 3 5/8 x 8 5/8, and these slimline dies cut at 3 3/8 x 8 3/8 to perfectly fit inside the card base. Also in this release is a new color to the ink pad family: Detail Black Hybrid ink.

Before starting my projects, I used the Pinkfresh Liquid Watercolor rainbow to make backgrounds. This was so fun, and easy to do. I taped watercolor paper to a board, and used a flat paint brush to add a line of color. I quickly dried the watercolor paper with my heat tool, then added the next color. I overlapped the lines for added interest.

I used the Slim Diagonal Stitch Rectangle Die for this clean and simple birthday card. I die-cut one of the watercolor panels with Kelly Alpha Lower Case dies. I used glue to attach the letters, positioning the letters straight with a T-ruler. The sentiment is from Make A With stamp set, stamped with Detail Black Hybrid ink. I attached the die-cut panel to a card base with foam adhesive.

I made another fun birthday card, using another sentiment from Make A Wish stamp set.

A slimline shaker card? Yes, please! The new Slim Stitched Scallop Circles Panel makes the perfect windows for shakers. I used Scor tape and acetate to close the windows, and wrapped thin foam adhesive strips around each circle. I filled the circles with clear Essentials: Crystals, and closed the backs with another piece of acetate. I attached a rainbow watercolor panel to a slimline card base, and added the shaker panel. I finished the card with the sentiment.

That’s all that I have for today, but there is so much more inspiration in today’s hop! I hope I have helped give you ideas on how to use slimline dies. your next stop on the hop is Ashley Ebben. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Now for the Hop details and Giveaways…

The entire Essentials Slim Cuts Release is up for grabs on the Pinkfresh Blog and on the Pinkfresh Instagram feed! 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! And don’t forget to comment on the Pinkfresh Blog for a chance at one of the grand prizes. Winners will be announced Monday, March 30th, on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page. Winners will need to check that page and claim their prize within two weeks.

  • All orders $35+ from March 23rd, 7am CST – March 29th, 11:59pm CST will receive free shipping within the United States, using code MARSHIPUSA. International Shipping $35+ will receive $5.50 off using code MARSHIPINTL.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. Enjoy your time on the hop, and be sure to grab tons of card inspiration!

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139 Replies to “Pinkfresh Studio March 2020 Essentials Slim Cuts Release Blog Hop”

  1. LOVE your rainbow backgrounds!! At this point my favorite die is the scalloped stitched circle trio. SOOO versatile!

  2. Angelica, I’m loving these dies & the Stunning colours you used on your cards! Thank you for all the amazing tips, tricks & techniques! God Bless & the Love of Christ to you!!

  3. I love the technique you used to get the rainbow effect using watercolors and then die cutting the letters out. So beautiful!

    1. Beautiful cards! I love how the word celebrate fits so nicely on the slim size card. Those rainbow colors are amazing!

  4. I am loving all the DT’s creations and the new Pinkfresh Studio slimline dies. I have been hoping someone would come out with these. Thank you Pinkfresh. Your cards are stunning. I love the Kelly Alpha lower case dies and will have to add this to my list.

  5. Love these slimline dies and absolutely love how you created your rainbow paper! Great cards!

  6. These cards are so pretty and bright! I love how vibrant those water colours can be! I love the peakaboo windows with the shaker and the big, bold and beautiful letters for the birthday card.

  7. Love the rainbow coloring! And the scallop circle dies are pretty 😍 perfect for a shaker card!
    Thank you so much for the amazing inspiration ❤️

  8. Hi Angelica, love the bright rainbow design using liquid water color. The stitched scallops circle panel is too cute. I have so many ideas for this die. TFS

  9. You had me at rainbow. I love the Kelly Alpha lower case dies. Such a unique alphabet set. These slim line cards look so awesome. Can’t wait to make them a part of my card projects. Thanks so much!

  10. Beautiful cards! I love your stripes and how you used them throughout your cards. The windows are adorable, too! Thank you for sharing!

  11. HI! Through this “Blog Hop” I’ve found someone new to follow on YouTube – yeah!! These are all so wonderful & you’re so talented!

  12. Goodness, I keep on getting amazed at every stop. Y’all are SO talented and I’m LOVING the new release from Pinkfresh. What a treat. Thanks for sharing your talents. I’m loving this new release.
    Karen Letchworth

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