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For You - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello hello! Today I'm sharing an any-occasion card that is sure to make someone smile. For my card, I’m using the new Umbrella Shaker Die and the previously-released Spring Foliage Dies . What I love about this card is that there’s no Copic coloring involved. Yay!  To begin, I inked through the Grid Stencil with Salvaged Patina on a 4.5” square white cardstock. With the remaining ink on my brush, I ink blended through the white areas very lightly. I then took scraps of white cardstock and ink blended them with various Distress Oxide Inks, sprayed them with water that has a bit of white ink, and used these papers to cut out the flowers and the cute little sign. For the umbrella, I gave it a pattern by inking through the  Medium Polka Dots Stencil .  Here are the inks I used for this card:  Panel: Salvaged Patina Umbrella: Squeezed Lemonade, Mustard Seed Label: Vintage Photo Flowers: Bundled Sage, Dried Marigold, Dusty Concord, Kitsch Flamingo, Milled Lavender, Mowed Lawn, Picked

Missing You - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello everyone! Today I want to share with you a card I made using some of the new products from the May Release by Pretty Pink Posh. I used the Decorative Birdhouses Dies and the Stitched Birds Dies to create a lovely square-shaped card. To start, I made a 4.5 inch square card base in white cardstock and ink blended the front with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide Ink. I used a heavy hand on the bottom area and brushed the top area with a lighter hand to create a nice ombre effect. Then, I cut a white cardstock into a 4 inch square and ink blended it with Saltwater Taffy Distress Oxide Ink. I splattered some white ink on the card panel and card base for added texture. Next, I cut the birds, birdhouse, and florals in various color cardstock using the Decorative Birdhouses and Stitched Birds Dies. I love how easy it was to cut and layer these elements to create a beautiful scene on my card panel. I added a piece of baker's twine on the birdhouse for an extra touch of cuteness. To f

Pretty Pink Posh May 2023 Release Blog Hop

Hey there, crafty friends ! Welcome to the Pretty Pink Posh May 2023 Release Blog Hop! I'm so excited to share with you my latest handmade card creation using Pretty Pink Posh Decorative Birdhouses and Stitched Birds dies. It's such a fun and easy project to make, and I hope it inspires you to get creative and make your own beautiful cards. I started with a 4.5 inch square card base in white cardstock, and to add some pattern, I used the Swiss Dots Stencil with Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide Ink. To save some paper and time, I inked directly on the card base while keeping it folded to prevent any ink or paint from getting onto the back of the card. I then added splatters of white ink for added interest. Next, I cut out the birdhouse and stitched birds in various colors of cardstock and pieced them together. I love how these dies are so beautiful and versatile, and you can use different colors of cardstock to customize the birdhouse and birds. To make it even more fun, I turn

You're the Tweetest - Pretty Pink Posh

Hi there, crafty friends! I am excited to share with you a recent card-making project I created using the Pretty Pink Posh Decorative Birdhouses Dies and the Stitched Bird Dies . I love that these dies allow me to create unique and colorful cards with various colors of cardstocks. For this particular card, I chose a color palette of pinks, purples, teals, and yellows. To create some depth and interest, I used a pink gingham patterned paper as the background for my card panel. I then added a green Stitched Leafy Border Die on the top portion of the card panel and decorated it with Spring Foliage Dies in pink, purple, and yellow. To create the focal point of the card, I used the birdhouse and bird dies and customized them using different colors of cardstock. I mounted the birdhouse on foam to create some dimension and glued the bird in front of the birdhouse. I also added more flowers on the left bottom corner of the birdhouse to complete the scene. For the sentiment, I stamped it ont