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Pinkfresh Studio November Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release

Happy Wednesday, friends! I’m so excited to be joining Pinkfresh Studio’s November Release blog hop today. This release is so fun, and you’re about to see tons of inspiration in today’s lineup. You will find links to today’s designers listed below, as well as details for giveaways on the hop. I have four cards to share, so let’s get started!

My first two cards features the new Darling Dahlias stamp. I stamped the backgrounds, and used the matching Darling Dahlias Layering Stencils to add color to the flowers. This stencil set has 5 layers, giving you endless options of color combinations.

For this card, I stamped the floral image with Gathered Twigs brown ink. For the stenciled layers, I used the following Pinkfresh Studio inks: Passion Fruit, Berrylicious; Meadow, Emerald City; Blue Jay. I attached the card to a card base with foam adhesive, and finished with a Scripted Greetings Thanks, and a sentiment from Full Bloom stamp set.

This next card I stamped the dahlias with Doe ink, and stenciled with the following ink colors: Soft Lilac, Candy Violet; Aquamarine, Mermaid Cove; Metropolis. I again used a Scripted Greetings Thanks and a sentiment from Full Bloom stamp set.

My next pair of cards features the new Daisy Slimline Frame stamp set.

I again stamped the background with two different brown inks, Doe and Gathered Twigs, and you can really see how soft the lighter Doe ink softens the image.

These cards were colored with the coordinating Daisy Slimline Frame Layered Stencils. I loved the violet colors I previously used together, and used them again for this card. I also used Meadow and Emerald City for the stems and leaves, and Sunshine and Warm Buff for the yellow centers. Warm Buff is a perfect match to darken the yellow ink. I stamped the sentiment with Doe Ink. “Hey You…” stamp is from this Daisy Slimline Frame stamp set, and the second half of the sentiment is from Simply Sentiments: Hello stamp set.

This second card is pretty in pink! I used Sparkling Rose, and Raspberry Bliss for the flowers, and Aquamarine and Tidal Pond for the stems and leaves. I picked Hello From Scripted Greetings die set, and finished the card with a sentiment from Simply Sentiments: Hello stamp set.

Now onto the Blog Hop Giveaways…

The entire November Stamp and Die Release is up for grabs on the Pinkfresh Blog, and Pinkfresh YouTube Channel. Pinkfresh Studio is also giving away 10 $25 gift cards. Simply leave a comment below for a chance to win! Winners will be announced November 11th, 2021, on the Pinkfresh Studio Giveaway Page. Winners will need to check that page and claim their prize within two weeks.

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106 Replies to “Pinkfresh Studio November Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release”

  1. These are pretty cards! PinkFresh is doing great things with those dahlias! They’re growing in me! 🥰

  2. So pretty Angelica! Love that the stencils allow a colorful bkgrd. The entire release is lovely, Darling Dahlias is so pretty!

  3. Awesome cards! I love the soft colors you chose to stamp the images. It’s pretty cool that you can stencil the background around the dahlias. It really makes the floral image pop. That’s brilliant!

  4. Oh sweet girl these are so lovely… I have been so impressed with PF stencils. They line up perfectly. These new slimlines are my favorites for sure. Great job and TFS

  5. Both of your cards are beautiful, but I especially love the slimline cards! I can’t wait to get that one – the daisy slimline. Thank you for the inspiration.

  6. This might be a repeat…. computer issues! Lovely job with these new products. I love PF stencils, they line up so well. These slim line cards are my favorites. TFS, great job!

  7. I love the pink darling dahlias card, I think this is my favourite card made with this set. Absolutely gorgeous!

  8. These stamps, dies, foil plates and stencils are a stamping world changer. The stencils allow one to color in the stamped image in a matter of seconds. No longer have to sit and color each little design and make sure you stay in the lines. The foiling dies add the touch of bling that tops off the entire design. Love all of the designs. Hard to pick just one.

  9. Gorgeous cards. The deep blue background really makes the dahlias pop. Fab to see Slimline cards, the Floral Border set really lends it sewell to this style.

  10. Gorgeous cards. I love the deep blue background it makes the Dahlias pop. Great to see the Floral Border used for Slimline cards.

  11. Fabulous cards. I love the deep blue background it makes the Dahlias pop. Great Slimline cards, the Floral Border set is perfect for this style.

  12. The dahlias are my favorite of a large bg image and love your color choices to make them POP!! Gorgeous daisy slimline too!! Such bold colors and yet so feminine!! Love your work!

  13. Your cards are beautiful! I think it’s such a great idea that there is a stencil to color in the background! So smart! Wouldn’t it be fun if there was also a die that cut out those “inside background bits” to make a floating front on a card?

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