Pinkfresh Studio & My Sweet Petunia Co-Hop + Giveaway

Welcome friends! Today, Pinkfresh Studio and My Sweet Petunia have come together for a special blog hop. There’s lots of inspiration being shared today, combining these two companies’ products together. I have two projects to share, and information on giveaways and a weekend sale. Let’s get started!

I made two of the same card, changing up a few things. First, let’s start with the background. I used Floral Shadow Cling Rubber Stamp, and my MISTI. The MISTI is needed for this technique, since the image will be stamped several times. My first step was stamping the Floral Shadow onto Grid Paper. This helped me place my watercolor panel exactly where I wanted it. I taped my panel down, and then picked out two Tombow Markers to color the stamp with.

I colored the stamp quickly with the pens, making sure to overlap the colors. I then sprayed the stamp with water. I stamped the panel, letting the stamp sit on the paper for a few seconds. I lifted the lid, sprayed the stamp again lightly, and re-stamped the panel. I set the panel aside to dry, and moved on to the second panel. There was still a lot of color on the stamp, so all I had to do was lightly respray it, and stamp.

I trimmed the panels with the large Essentials: Stitched Rectangle, and attached them to card bases. For the vibrant panel, I die-cut a white Braided Oval, and used thin foam squares to attach it to the card. The sentiment words are from the new Thin Words Everyday Script, available exclusively at

Since the second panel took on such a light tone, I ink-blended Marigold and Raspberry Bliss onto white card stock, before die-cutting the Braided Oval. I backed the black die-cut words with a white background for added interest. Lastly, I finished the cards with an Artistic Bow, and an Essentials Jewel.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope I have helped with new ideas on how to use these products.

Now for the Hop details and Giveaways…

Both Pinkfresh Studio and My Sweet Petunia are giving away a $50 credit to their stores. Simply leave a comment below for a chance to win! The more comments left, the more chances to win! Winners will be announced Friday, August 14th, 2020, on the My Sweet Petunia blog, and on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page. (Winners will need to check theck page and claim their prize within two weeks.)

Save 15% off in-stock full size ink pads this weekend, using the code INKPADS15. This code is valid from today, through Sunday, August 9th at 11:59pm CST. (Valid on in-stock products only.)

Thanks again for stopping by today. Enjoy your time on the hop!

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133 Replies to “Pinkfresh Studio & My Sweet Petunia Co-Hop + Giveaway”

  1. Your cards are stunning, and yes almost impossible to create without the Misti tool. I love my new one even more than the original. So happy to see your 2 cards made at the same time. I always try to do that too. Using the Misti makes it easy. Thanks!

  2. These are just beautiful cards. Love the shading and blending of the colors and your pretty designs.

  3. A fun technique. I’ll have to get my Tombow markers out. I use to use them a lot, but haven’t used them in a long time. I love the way your cards turned out. The darker and lighter images are fabulous.

  4. Great idea to make 2 cards at once with little changes. This is one of my favorite color combos. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. I think this is amazing… love that you got two out of the stamp. Beautiful colors! Great collaboration, love both companies. I couldn’t make a card without my Misti!

    1. I’ve only been stamping for a couple years. I luckily don’t know about the old days. 😉

  6. You’ve created a couple very sweet cards. I love the colors you chose and the stamps are perfect.

  7. Such a wonderful idea for coloring background stamps! Thank you for letting us into your process.

  8. The vibrancy of the backgrounds is beautiful! It’s so cool that you got two backgrounds from one direct to rubber with the markers. Thanks for sharing your process!

  9. It’s been ages since I’ve used my old SU markers to ink a stamp but absolutely love your two cards. Great tip using your MISTI for alignment, Angelica! Love my MISTIs!

  10. Thank you for being a part of this blog hop! I will definitely be following you to learn more wonderful techniques!

  11. Can’t get enough of those scripty die cuts. They are so sophisticated. Maybe will get me some when I finally cave and get a die cut machine

  12. Beautiful cards!
    I really like the oval die and the colors chosen makes a great combination.
    Thanks for sharing.

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