Pretty Pink Posh

New Release

October 15, 2019

Good Morning Friends! I am so excited to be sharing the New Release from Pretty Pink Posh with you all today!! You are going to Love this release... the perfect Christmas, New Year and Hanukkah stamp and dies, stencils and of course wonderful confetti for all of you holiday crafting!! 

Today, I am sharing three cards that use one of the stencils. This card would be perfect for mass producing. I also kept the card design flat, which is perfect for mailing. Let's get started, shall we?

I started my card by spraying the back of the Leaves and Berries Stencil with Pixie Spray. This spray holds the stencil in place without leaving a residue or adhesive on your project. I then added Purple Tape to my stencil to create a mask. Here are a few photo to show you the process.

The first photo shows the berries being masked off so the leaf area could be created. The second photo shows the leaf area being masked off. While the masking took some time, I think the end result was well worth the effort. Also, the tape held up really well and I was able to wash my stencil between each technique without having to reapply the tape. 

On my first card, I used Distress Oxide Ink in Mowed Lawn and Candied Apple to create my background.

To finish my card, I used the Merry Christmas Script Die for my sentiment. I die cut the sentiment two times and stacked them (on each of my cards) for a little extra durability and dimension. I also mounted my sentiment onto a piece of vellum before adding it to  my card panel. This helped my sentiment not get "lost" on my stenciled background.

To create my next card, I used Therm O Web- Gina K Designs, Glitz Glitter Gel in Grass Green and Red Velvet.

The glitter gel is really easy to apply and it has all of the sparkle of glitter without all of the mess. 

I love the sparkle it gives to your project, perfect for Christmas!

For my final card, I used Therm O Web Flock Transfer Sheets in Emerald Green and Ruby Red.

I started my card, by applying Deco Foil Transfer Get to my card front with my stencil. I let this dry for a few hours and then I used the Flock Transfer Sheets along with my laminator to adhere the flocking to my card front. All the directions for this technique can be found on the Therm O Web site though please feel free to leave any questions and I will do my best to answer them here too.

I hope you enjoyed my cards today.  It was fun to use one stencil with three different techniques. I will have lots of projects to share with you all over the next few months using this latest Release from Pretty Pink Posh. Such a Fun release...what is your "must have" stamp set? I can't wait to see what you all create!!
I will be back on Thursday for Day 2 of the New Release Blog Hop.
Enjoy your day,


  1. When you applied the flock, did you individually cut the flock product and place on the appropriate section (both red and green)? Or did you first apply the transfer gel only to the red berries (having masked off the leaves), run through with red flock. Then apply transfer gel to the leaves (masking the now flocked berries) and run through with the green flock? Hopefully that makes sense. :-) And obviously the order, berries first, leaves second, is irrelevant, as in you may have done it leaves first, berries second.

    1. Thank you Jean for leaving a comment!
      I applied the transfer gel directly to the stencil with the mask I created with the purple tape. So I applied the transfer get to the leaves, let it dry, ran it through my laminator with green flocking and then the same with the red berries. I found this to the be the easiest way...I think if you cut the flocking into small pieces it would be hard to keep it all lined up and straight when you run it through the laminator.
      I hope that helps and please let me know if you need any other help.


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