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Pinkfresh Studio November Release Blog Hop

Hello crafty friends and welcome to the Pinkfresh Studio November Release Blog Hop. I’m so excited to share a couple of cards that I made with the new products, especially since I finally joined on the bandwagon and got a Hot Foil machine.


For my first card, I hot foiled the Modern Design Blocks - Foil on white cardstock and used the Modern Design Blocks Stencil to add colors. I love that there are different layers and I decided to skip a couple of layers and leave some white areas. I went with the following colors: Spun Sugar, Antique Linen, and Tattered Rose Distress Oxide Inks.


The main image is made with the With Sympathy Stencil and I used the same ink for all the layers for a monochromatic look. I cut it with the coordinating die and added dimension on the card by stacking a few cuts of this floral arrangement. 


I tied a burlap twine on the stem and added the sentiment.


For my second card, I hot foiled both the background and floral cluster. I went for a mixed metal look, using a silver foil for the Modern Design Blocks Foil and gold foil for the flowers. To mute the background in order for the florals to stand out, I cut a sheet of vellum using the Folk Edge Rectangles Dies and placed it in between the background and floral piece. 


That's all for my cards. Thanks for stopping by today and I hope that I’ve inspired you to create cards with the new products from the November Release. Make sure to click here for the list of Blog Hop participants and more card inspirations.

Pinkfresh Studio will be giving away the full release on the Pinkfresh blog & YouTube channel!! They will also be giving away a total of TEN $25  gift cards along the hop today! The winners will be picked from the comments on all the blogs. The winners will be posted 11/29/22 on the Pinkfresh GIVEAWAY PAGE. You must check that page & claim your prize within 2 weeks!!  All the details are on the Pinkfresh Studio Website!


Comments

  1. Beautiful cards!! Love how soft and serene the colors are. So lovely.

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  2. Beautiful cards. The soft colors are so comforting.

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  3. Lovely cards. I like how the flowers can change the look of the geometric backgrounds, which are my faves.

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  4. What a lovely release and examples of your work with the products.

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  5. I agree with the others - beautiful color choices, and beautiful cards!

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  6. So gorgeous and I am always in need of sympathy cards! Love these!

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  7. What a pretty card! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Your cards are so soft and beautiful!

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  9. What light and airy cards! Such gorgeous colors!

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  10. Absolutely beautiful cards from this release-I love them!!

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  11. Stunning! Love the silver AND gold foiling and the dusting of color on the floral cluster.

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  12. Love these pretty floral cards.

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  13. Beautiful cards! Love the colors!

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous šŸ˜. You color choices are so soft and beautiful.

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  15. Beautiful cards! I love the soft colors!!

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  16. Love how nicely the corals and pinks of the first card coordinate with the gold. Pretty and warm.

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  17. These soft colors are so soothing and inspiring.

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  18. I really love that modern design block and now I love it even more! Thank you for sharing your incredible cards!

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  19. Beautiful cards! I love the soft colors and touch of twine on the second one!

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  20. Beautiful cards! Love the soft colors.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  21. So lovely. Lately, I seem to be in need of sympathy cards more than usual. Its a good idea to make muliples, even if you only need one. The flowers are very pretty, and the colors are so very soft. Thanks!

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  22. love the soft colors you have chosen - so pretty

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  23. Such beautiful cards. Monochromatic is always a winner in my book :)

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  24. Beautiful card! Stunning hot foil background!

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  25. Gorgeous cards--love the foiling. I haven't jumped on that bandwagon yet!

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  26. Your cards are stunning!! Beautiful foiling and layering of all these pretty new images!

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  27. I guess I'm going to join you on the backwagon.
    Didn't know how this foiling system worked.
    Just saw a video and it is fantastic. Have to
    get the system. thanks for sharing your
    beautiful card.

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  28. Very beautiful cards. They look so elegant;

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  29. Beautiful foil design! I love the flowers and color combos for your pretty cards!

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