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Thankful For You - Pretty Pink Posh

Hey crafty pals!  I have a cool box card to share. I had this idea of fitting the PPP mug into the Scallop Box Card , and guess what? It totally worked, and I'm beyond thrilled! So, let's dive into the nitty-gritty. I grabbed some Sage green cardstock and cut out the box card. I assembled the box and added in three inserts and jazzed things up with dies from the Fall Cornucopia and Fall Mug Additions Dies. I used Spellbinders cardstock for all those awesome dies. How adorable is that little fox peeking out of the mug, by the way? And speaking of the mug, I added a sweet design using the Deco Leaves Stencil and some Glacier White Ranges Pigment Ink . Now, here comes the fun part. I used the Fall Mug Additions Dies and Fall Cornucopia Dies to cut out various shapes in different cardstock colors. I glued these on the inserts, creating the cutest autumn scene you ever did see. Next up, I used hot foil to make the Thankful Script shine, cut it with the Thankful Shadow Die, and

Boo to You - Pretty Pink Posh

Hey, friends! Today, I'm excited to share a super fun box card filled with the cutest ghosts. I used the new Halloween Signs Stamp Set, along with the previously-released Ghost Friends Stamp Set. To start, I assembled the Scallop Box card using white 80lb cardstock. For the background, sides, and front panels, I added orange watercolor to watercolor paper and stenciled some adorable dots using the Medium Polka Dots Stencil with Spiced Marmalade Distress Oxide ink. I then cut the inserts and inked them with Lost Shadow Distress Oxide Ink. Next, I stamped and colored the adorable ghosts from the Ghost Friends and Halloween Signs Stamp Sets. After that, I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and glued them to the inserts of the box card. And that's it! My Halloween box card is complete. Thank you so much for stopping by, and I hope I've inspired you to create your own box card. Happy crafting!

Happy Holidays - Pretty Pink Posh

Hi there, crafty friends! I've got a cozy square Christmas card to share using dies and a stencil from the Pretty Pink Posh October release. First, I grabbed a white card panel that's 5 inches square. I made a pretty background using the Layered Winter Wreath and some green inks from Pigment Craft Co. To make things interesting, I added some splatters of gold paint. Next, I put together a birdhouse using the Decorative Birdhouses Dies from before. I glued it onto the card panel and added some Christmas trees from the Love From Afar Dies. Then, I made a couple of cute birds using the new Holiday Birds Dies. I gave them a little lift by sticking them on the card panel. I also included some greenery from the Holiday Mug Additions Dies and a sweet little flower from the Winter Foliage Dies. For the sentiment, I cut out " Happy Holidays " in gold cardstock and the shadow in vellum. Finally, I glued the card panel onto a 5-inch square card base. Thanks a bunch for han

October Release 2023 Blog Hop - Pretty Pink Posh

 Hello and welcome to the Pretty Pink Posh October 2023 Release Blog Hop! For my card, I started out with a light blue cardstock that measures 4.5 inches square. I stenciled through the Winter Words with Finnabair Snowflake Paste for a fun background. I then made a mug shaker using the Winter Mug Dies and the cutout to make a window for the shaker is from the Birthday Mug Additions Dies. The shaker bits are from the Christmas Cookie Shaker Beads . I used various colors of cardstock from Spellbinders for my card. I added a cute little bird from the Holiday Birds Dies and a couple gifts using the rectangle pieces from the Build A Stocking Dies. The rest of the die cuts are from the new Holiday Mug Additions Dies.  Then I added some pink dots on the greenery with Liquid Pearls in Ballerina. Lastly, I glued the card panel onto a 4.5-inch square card base. Make sure to check out the rest of the Hop for more inspiration using the new products from Pretty Pink Posh! There are 4 $30 g

Happy Fall - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello, crafty friends! I have a fun Thanksgiving card with the cutest pumpkin shaker as a focal point. For my card, I used a combination of the latest dies, hot foil plates, stamp sets and stencils from Pretty Pink Posh. I first cut a 5-inch square white cardstock and ink through the Layered Fall Wreath Stencils for a fun background. I used Distress Oxide Inks in Antique Linen, Dried Marigold, Mowed Lawn, Ripe Persimmon, Twisted Citron, and Vintage Photo. I then glued this panel onto a 5.25-inch yellow cardstock for a nice border. Now, the really fun part - I made a shaker using the Pumpkin Shaker Die . Inside, I added some Confetti Mix in Espresso , Matte Gold , Matte Silver , and Mossy Green . The shaker is a big pumpkin and it's the star of the show. I also added some pictures from the Fall Jar Stamp Set , which I colored using my Ohuhu markers. Here's what I used for colors: Acorn: E430-Y12-E370, E220-E160 Pumpkin - YR33-Y130-Y120 Sunflowers: Y2-Y070-Y050-Y040, E430-Y12-

Happy Thanksgiving - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello friends!  I'm excited to share a delightful autumn-themed box card with you. Inside, you'll find the most adorable pumpkins and critters from Pretty Pink Posh. To create this card, I've combined a few different stamp sets and dies. Let's dive right in! To start, I put together the Scallop Box Card die using yellow cardstock and added three green inserts. Afterward, I stamped, colored, and cut out the charming images from the Autumn Pumpkins , Fall Jar , and Pumpkin Patch Critters Stamp Set. I used my trusty Ohuhu markers for this step. Next, I attached these lovely images onto the inserts of the box card. For the heartfelt message, I turned to the Sentiment Strips: Fall Stamp Set. I heat embossed the sentiment in white onto brown cardstock and used a scallop rectangle die from the Sentiment Strips Dies to cut it out. And there you have it, my splendid box card creation! I genuinely hope you find it appealing and that it sparks your inspiration to craft a Thank