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Jungle Friends Stamp Set - Pretty Pink Posh

  Hello, friends! Today I am sharing a slimline card, featuring some adorable Pretty Pink Posh lions.  Let's start with the panel, which is 3.5 x 8.5 inches. From top to bottom, I ink blended with Dried Marigold, Ripe Persimmon, Crushed Olive, and Peeled Paint distress oxides. I've been enjoying the paint splatters look lately, so I used white and gold acrylic paint for that. I then stitched around the card with linen thread. Next, I stamped the lion, leaves, and vine from the new  Jungle Friends Stamp Set  and the lion, party hats, and cake from the  Party Friends Stamp Set.  I cut the koala behind the cake and replaced it with a lion image. It is just so fun and easy to mix and match Pretty Pink Posh stamps and dies, old and new.  I colored with Copic markers and cut with their coordinating die cuts.  I really love the new  Simple Sentiments Stamp Set  as it covers any occasion and fits perfectly onto one of the  Simple Strips Dies . I chose 3 birthday-related sentiments for

Jungle Additions Stamp Set - Pretty Pink Posh

  Hello, hello! Today I have a slimline card to share.  To start, I cut a white card panel to 3.25 x 8.5 inches. I then used the  Medium Polka Dot Stencil  to create a background. I wanted to make a mixed media background, which is not my usual style. However, the new  Brave Stamp Set  inspired me to be brave and try something new. With a sponge, I used distress oxides in Chipped Sapphire, Tumbled Glass, and Iced Spruce. For an effortless look, I intentionally did not line up the stencil perfectly and then splattered with black and gold acrylic paint.  I chose to feature the adorable hippo and the leaves from  Jungle Additions Stamp Set  for this card. The stitched square that I used to stamp the sentiment onto is from  Storybook 5 Dies . Dots and lines go together in design, so I added black strips using the new  Simple Strips Dies . The strips are not long enough for a slimline, so I hid the edges behind the white square and other elements.  Next, I arranged the stamped images and ad