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Pink Fresh Studio Brighter Days

Hi friends! I have been staying busy creating this past week, and it’s been a lot of fun! I thought I would challenge myself, and be inspired by the colors in this month’s Pinkfresh Studio Challenge. I picked Brighter Days stamp set and Enchanted Blooms background stamp to work with (I LOVE mixing new and old products together!), and got to work.

I started first with Brighter Days. I stamped the flowers with Doe ink, and blended ink onto them with the coordinating stencils. I picked Ballet Slipper, Candied Apple, and Doe for the flowers, Ocean Breeze and Mermaid Cove for the leaves. ice I was done, I die-cut the flowers with Brighter Days die.

For the background, I stamped Enchanted Blooms cling stamp with Ballet Slipper ink. I die-cut with the large Essentials: Diagonal Stripe rectangle. I attached the background to a Kraft card base using foam adhesive.

I stamped the sentiment from Brighter Days with Doe ink, and trimmed it with my paper trimmer. I attached the flowers to the card with different sizes of foam squares, and added the sentiment strip. My last step was adding a few Ballet Slipper jewels around the flower arrangement.

If you’re ever looking for some crafty challenges, be sure to check out Pinkfresh Studio’s Challenge Blog. There’s colors and themes to be inspired by. There’s also a place for you to enter your card for a chance to win!

That’s all that I have for today, thanks so much for stopping by!

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8 Replies to “Pink Fresh Studio Brighter Days”

  1. Hola, Angelica! Ooo, such a beautiful card. It’s so sweet and lovely. The background is fabulous!

  2. Such wonderful colors. I do enjoy using their stencils. I am longing for Springtime, so flowers are very pleasing to my eye! 😍

    1. Our winter has been so mild, minus the Christmas weekend snow storm. I almost opened the windows a little bit today!

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