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Spring Circles + Bee Friends - Pretty Pink Posh

 Hi, friends! It's Leica here today. I have a card and tag set using a combination of old and new stamp sets from Pretty Pink Posh. The old stamp set is Bee Friends and the new one is Spring Circles . I love that the new Spring Circles stamp sets go perfectly together with other PPP products, such as the Hummingbird Thanks , any of the butterflies sets , Spring Robins , Spring Scene Die , and the new Flower Bouquets Stamp Set. Let's start with the circle card. To begin, I die cut a white cardstock using a 4.5" circle die and another one in 4". I then ink blended the smaller circle with Tattered Rose Distress Oxide ink and sprayed some water for some interest. I also cut a small part of the circle in white cardstock for the grass area and inked with Twisted Citron Distress Oxide. The scallop edge is cut using Scallop Borders Dies . I ended up with 2 layers of the grass area, because the inked smudged on the first layer so I fixed my mistake by adhering another laye

Life's an Adventure - Pretty Pink Posh

 Hello, crafty friends. It's Leica here and I have a circle shaped card to share with you all, featuring stamps and coordinating dies from the May release. For this card, I used the new Nautical Stamp Set . Let's begin. First, I cut a 4.5" and a 4" circle in white cardstock. I divided the smaller circle to build my scene with Stitched Borders 2 Dies . I used Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Ink for the water, Vintage Photo for the land, Spiced Marmalade and Mustard Seed for the sunset.  Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the images from Nautical Stamp Set . I squealed out loud when I saw the coordinating die for the Life's An Adventure sentiment! I love that Paulina included that for this wonderful set and I hope we see more coordinating dies for sentiments - teehee!  To finish the card, I white heat embossed the waves onto the blue panel and then adhered the stamped images down. I then adhered the inked panel onto the white circle. To make the card base, I die cut anot

Tulip Cover Plate Die - Pretty Pink Posh

 Hello, crafty friends! Leica here today with a card featuring the new Tulip Cover Plate Die . I love that this is an A2 sized die and you can easily make beautiful cards for any occasion with this product.  To begin, I die cut the Tulip Cover Plate Die in white cardstock. I then colored the negatives with Copic Sketch Markers. Next, I made an A2 card base and ink blended the front with Picked Raspberry and Antique Linen. I sprayed some water and splattered white and black acrylic paint for added interest to the background.  I then adhered the cover plate die onto the card base with liquid glue. Next, I paper pieced the negatives onto the card. Super easy, right? The Get Well Soon sentiment is from Simple Sentiments Stamp Set  - I cut up the sentiments so that it would fit on the tag. Lastly, I added Sparkling Clear Jewels here and there for interest.  That's all for this simple but beautiful card. I hope that you enjoyed today's card share and I can't wait to see your t

Pretty Pink Posh - May Release

Hello, crafty friends!  I’m excited to share a couple cards I made using new stamp sets that releases on May 3rd. Today, I am featuring the Spring Circles Stamp Set and Floral Bouquets Stamp Set. For the first project, I made a slimline card using the Spring Circles stamp set and coordinating dies. To begin, I cut a 3.5” x 8.5” panel and inked with Tattered Rose and Victorian Velvet distress oxides. I then cut 3 scallop circles from Valentine Circles dies and inked the first one in Tattered Rose. For the 2nd circle, I inked in the top half with Tattered Rose and the bottom with Victorian Velvet. The 3rd circle was inked with Victorian Velvet.  Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the images from Spring Circles stamp set. I adhered each one to the scallop circles.  I then white heat embossed the sentiments from the Simple Sentiments Stamp Set on a strip of black cardstock. Lastly, I adhered all the elements down onto my card panel.  The Spring Circles coordinating dies come with a

Mother's Day Card - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello, crafty friends! It’s Leica here today with a mini slimline Mother’s Day card. A lot of us are trying the new mini slimline size cards... and so far, I am loving this smaller version of the slimline card. The size of my card is 3.25" x 6.25". To make the card, I've cut a 110lb Neenah cardstock in white to 6.25" x 6.5" scored at the 3.25" mark. Ok, let's begin! To start, I’ve cut a panel in white cardstock to 3x6 inches. I then ink blended with Milled Lavender and Antique Linen distress oxide inks. I sprayed some water to create the oxidized effect and I also splattered black and gold acrylic paints for added interest. Next, I added stitched details to the top of the panel using the straight stitched die from the Stitched Borders II dies . I then added scallop stitched details to the bottom of the panel using the scallop border die from the Stitched Borders I dies .  Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the adorable hedgehogs from the Hedgehog Friends

Birthday Card - Pretty Pink Posh

  Hi, crafty friends! It’s Leica here. Today, I have a lovely birthday card using the Floral Corners stamp set that I just can’t seem to put away and the Easter Basket Dies that is perfect not only for Easter but year-round.   To start, I cut a panel in white cardstock using the Stitched Notes Dies . Using the Wide Stripes stencil , I then ink blended the panel in Milled Lavender distress oxide . For added interest, I splattered with black and gold acrylic paint .  Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the flowers from the Floral Corners stamp set . I used Copic Sketch markers in B38/34/32/0000, Y13, YG67/63/61, and RV69/66/63. I then cut the Easter Basket in light gray cardstock.  The sentiment is from the Let’s Party stamp set . I white heat embossed it on black cardstock that I cut using the Simple Strips Dies .  I then adhered the panel onto the card base and also adhered the basket onto the panel. The flowers are foam mounted for dimension. Next, I glued the sentiment onto