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Just a Little Note - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello friends. Today, I have a mini slimline card, great for any occasion. For this card, I used the new Spring Robins stamp set and the music notes are from an older set, Winter Friends stamp set. Let's begin! First, I cut a panel in white cardstock to 3.25 x 6.25 inches. I inked the bottom part with Picked Raspberry and the top with Spun Sugar distress oxide. I then cut another panel to 3x6 inches and used Tumbled Glass distress oxide ink to stencil the clouds. For that, I used the new Scallop Edges stencil  which gave the clouds a whimsical look that I love. With a black gel pen, I added dots here and there for added interest to the card. I then stamped, colored, and cut the images from the Spring Robins stamp set. I just adore this set. You can stamp and color as many images as you would like to fill your card.  Next, I adhered the images using liquid glue and foam tape for dimension. I then thought of drawing in some music notes to match the sentiment, but I found some in a

Thanks For All You Do - Pretty Pink Posh

Hi, crafty friends. Today, I have an adorable Thank You card using stamps and die cuts from the March 8th Release. Let's get started! In lilac and blush colored cardstock, I cut the panels using Stitched Notes Die  for this A2 sized card. I then cut the basket  in yellow cardstock. I love this new basket die, which is intended for Easter but also looks great with flowers in it.  Next, I stamped the flowers from the Floral Corners stamp set and colored with Copic Markers - Y28/26/21, YG67/63/61, R00, BV01/000/0000. I also stamped my favorite butterflies from Mom stamp set and colored in BV01/000/0000 to fill the card. I cut the images with their coordinating dies and adhered to the card.  For the sentiment, I cut a strip from the Simple Strips Dies and stamped "THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO" from the Mom stamp set.  I then tucked in some leaves under the flowers, using negatives from the Pretty Petals Background that I used on a different project. So make sure to save those, a

Happy Mother's Day - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello, crafty friends! Today,I have an A2-sized Mother’s Day card to share, using stamps from the new Floral Corners stamp set . I just love these florals and the design possibilities with this set are endless.  Make sure to follow PPP socials for more inspiration from the Design Team. Let's begin! For the first layer, I die cut the new Pretty Petals Background die in white cardstock. You can hardly see it in this photo, but I promise, in person it adds a beautiful texture. The next layer is the rectangular piece from the Stitched Notes die , ink blended with Picked Raspberry and Tattered Rose distress oxides. I then stamped the Happy Mother’s Day sentiment and added black dots with black gel pen.  And finally, I added a scallop frame that was inked in Picked Raspberry to frame the sentiment. I then stamped the two floral corners stamps on Neenah 110lb white cardstock and colored with Copic markers. Next, I cut the floral elements with their coordinating dies  I adhered all t

Happy Easter - Pretty Pink Posh

Hi friends! Today, I have an Easter Card using products from the Pretty Pink Posh March release.   Let’s get started! First, I cut a blush colored cardstock down to 4.25 x 5.5 inches. Using the new Spring Flowers stencil , I inked with Picked Raspberry, Mowed Lawn, and Mustard Seed distress oxides. I then ran the panel through the die cut machine using Stitched Notes die and glued down the outer frame to a card base. The middle piece was foam mounted for added interest and dimension.  Next, I die cut vellum using Decorative Tag 2 to mute the background so that the sentiment would stand out against the floral background. For the sentiment, I die cut the Fancy Easter Script three times and stacked them up for dimension. I adhered the sentiment to the vellum and glued the vellum down to the card panel.  I love butterflies and the Mom stamp set has super cute butterflies that I just had to add to my card. I colored them with Copic markers in V15/12/000. Lastly, I added Sparkling Clea

Pretty Pink Posh - Peonies Stencil

Hello crafty friends! Today, I am sharing a shaker card using the new Peonies Stencil from Pretty Pink Posh   and combination of different gems and sequins -  Pink Hearts Clay Confetti ,  Ballerina Pink ,  Silver Star Confetti , and  Cotton Candy  and  Azalea Pink  seed beads.  First, I cut a 4.25 x 5.25 inch panel and used the new  Peonies stencil  in Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Mowed Lawn, and Twisted Citron. I love this new stencil!  Next, I used the smaller heart die from the  All My Love  set to create the frame. On an A2 card, I set the frame down as a guide and adhered the heart cutout. I then added foam tape around the frame, placed the jewel mix on top of the heart, and adhered the frame to make the shaker.  Lastly, I heat embossed sentiments from the  All My Love stamp set  on black cardstock strips using the .25" strip from the  Simple Strips  die set, cut to size, and adhered onto the acetate. I hope you enjoyed today's card share!  xoxox

Pretty Pink Posh - Birthday Cake Die Set

Hello, crafty friends!   Today I have a birthday card to share with you. For this card, I used the new Birthday Cake Die Set from Pretty Pink Posh .  First, I smooshed distress oxide inks in Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick, and Spun Sugar onto an A2 size cardstock and cut using the Birthday Cake die set . I also cut one more time using white cardstock, which I then used to paper piece the balloons and cake. For the balloons, I used Copic markers in BV02/00/000. For the cake, I brushed with Gathered Twigs distress oxide and ran through the die cut machine with the Lattice stencil for texture. For the icing, I used the pink distress oxide inks smooshed cardstock and I added diamond dust on top using Glossy Accents. For the cake stand and candles, I colored with Copic Marker BG10.  I then prepared my A2 card and stenciled the confettis directly onto the card using the new Layered Confetti Stencils in Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed, and Wilted Violet distress oxide inks.  Next, I a