PInkFresh Studio

You Are My Favorite

December 27, 2020

Good Morning Friends! I hope you all had a Wonderful Christmas... I am sure it wasn't your "typical" celebration but I hope you were able to enjoy your day. I am stopping by today with a couple of cards that use a few supplies from Pinkfresh Studio. I had bought this set when it was released and then I got busy making Christmas cards... Fun to have something "new" to me to play with yesterday when I had a little extra time.


For my first card, I made a slimline card. I used the You Are My Favorite Stamp Set to stamp my image. I then used the coordinating stencils to add color to flowers and leaves. I am loving these stamp and stencil sets! Once I die cut my floral cluster I splattered my image with a little black and white paint. 


For my sentiment, I used the Scripted Thank You Die Set that was a free gift with purchase. 


For my background I used the Slim Diamond Plaid Layering Stencil Set


Although this set was intended for a slimline card I also wanted to make a standard A2 card. I just trimmed the extra floral image (overhang) off the top right corner once I attached it to my card panel.


Thanks for joining me today and I hope you liked my cards. It will be kind of quiet here on my blog for the next week or so as I enjoy having both of my girls at home for a little bit longer. 

Enjoy your day,




Joy To The World

Pretty Pink Posh

December 23, 2020

Good Morning Friends and Happy (almost) Christmas! I am stopping by today with my last Christmas card of the season for Pretty Pink Posh. I always feel like I run out of time and I don't get to use all of the Christmas sets that I had planned to use... the Joy set from Pretty Pink Posh has been sitting on my desk for a few weeks now and I was determined to use it before Christmas passed.  Did you have a chance to get everything created like you had planned? I say this every year- but I need to start working on my Christmas projects earlier in the year. There just isn't enough time to use everything and I feel bad putting sets away that haven't yet been used.


I started my card by stamping the Joy letters in VersaMark ink and heat setting them with white embossing powder. Next, I ink blended ink directly onto the letters to quickly give them color. This is such a fun and easy technique to use when you are not wanting to take the time to color. I then stamped and colored the little images (Santa hat and holly) with Copic markers and used the Joy dies to cut them out.

Next, I used the Stitched Strips Die to make my strips for my card panel. I then attached the strips to my white card panel. Lastly, I added my Joy letters and small images to my card front with foam adhesive. 

Thanks for joining me today. I want to wish all of you a Very Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year. I am praying for a year of peace, healing and good health. Although our Christmas will look a little different this year, the reason for celebrating is still the same. Wishing you all a joyful holiday season. Take care my friends and I will be back soon to share another project with you all.

Merry Christmas,


Merry Christmas

Trinity Stamps

December 21, 2020

Good Morning Friends! Can you believe Christmas will be here by the end the week? Are you ready? I always love this time of year... even though my children are young adults there is just something magical about Christmas. 

Today I am on the Trinity Stamps Blog sharing one more Christmas card for them. I hope you get a chance to stop by and see how I created my card. I am using a really fun set of stencil that include a string of lights, and also a bunting or banner that will be perfect for so many occasions. Stop by their blog for all of the details.

Thanks for joining me today. I will be back soon with another project to share with you all.

Enjoy your day,



Ink To Paper

Wreath Favor Box

December 20, 2020

Hi Friends and Welcome Back! I hope you all are doing well and enjoying your weekend. Hopefully you have Christmas under control and are able to just enjoy the season. I took a break from all of the Christmas crafting to use another new set from Ink To Paper. This release is full of so many fun new sets...


Let's start with the treat box. 

First, I started by doing all of my stamping. I used the Wreath Favor Box Sentiments Set for both my box and my card. I added a little Hibiscus Burst bow stamped with the Brighter Days Stamp Set. I also added a vellum wreath that I had die cut with the XO Heart Frame Die. It was fun and easy to just layer the elements together. Looking at my photo I think I should of added the bow under my floral cluster... what do you think?

This is such a pretty wreath all on its own, though I love it on the Wreath Favor Box Die. I die cut my favor box from Lilac Grace cardstock. I attached the wreath and a small strip of glittered cardstock across the bottom of my box. Lastly, I added a white satin ribbon to hold my box closed. So easy and fun to make.


Next, I used the same set to create a shaker card. I added a piece of acetate behind my wreath and then added a few sequins into the opening before I closed it up with foam adhesive. 


Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed my projects and please feel free to ask any questions and I will do my best to answer them.

Enjoy your day,



Reindeer Friends

Pretty Pink Posh

December 19, 2020

Hi Friends! A few days ago (Thursday) I was on the Pretty Pink Posh Blog sharing a Christmas card that uses some of my favorite holiday sets for Christmas theme week. *Everything in the Christmas section is 15% off, great time to buy a favorite stamp or die! Christmas Section

I started my card by stamping the Santa and Sign with the Holiday Signs Stamp Set. For the reindeer I used the adorable Reindeer Friends Set. I colored my images with Copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. (Holiday Signs Die Set, Reindeer Friends Die Set) I love how these two sets coordinate!

Next, I started working on my card layout. I ink blended Distress Oxide ink in Salty Ocean and Blueprint Sketch to create my background. For my frame, I used the large Scallop Frame Die. I then cut a birch tree with the Nature Essentials Die Set. Lastly, I splattered a little white craft paint all over my background and my stamped images to create "snow" before attaching everything to my card base.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope I inspired you to pull out some of your favorite Pretty Pink Posh holiday sets and find some time to be creative. 

Enjoy your day,




Joy To The World

The Greetery

December 18, 2020

Good Morning Friends and Happy Friday! I hope you all are doing well and enjoying your week. I am stopping by today to quickly share a card that uses some supplies (mostly dies) from The Greetery. 


I used the BotaniCuts Pine Bough Die and the Fit to Be Tied Die. I watercolored the pieces with my Karin Brushmarkers and then assembled the sprig and pinecones following the directions on The Greetery Blog. I also added a little glitter to the edges once everything was assembled. 


For my sentiment, I used the Written in Ribbons Stamp Set. I love the font for this set. Next, I die cut a white panel with the Crimped Frame Die. Once everything was finished I splattered a little gold and white paint all over all of my card elements. 


Lastly, I attached everything to a kraft card mat and card base. Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed my card and please feel free to leave a comment or ask any questions... I love hearing from you.

Enjoy your day,


Anywhere Together

Ink To Paper

December 16, 2020

Good Morning Friends! I am stopping by quickly today with a card that uses a fun new set from Ink To Paper called, Anywhere Together. All of the new products are available now for purchase in  the online shop... such a great release! Did you make a purchase already? I would love to know what your favorite set was?

I started my card by stamping the fun bike and accessories with the Anywhere Together Set. I die cut first and then used my Misti to line everything up. I just all of the details on the bike, so fun! It was also easy to line up on the die, though I think it would make a really fun clean and simple card by just stamping directly onto your card front.

For my card panel, I used a brick stencil I had in my stash to create my background. I then added a polka dot piece of green parakeet paper and then strip of light gray to help ground the bike. Lastly, I attached everything to blueberry sky mat before attaching it to my A2 card base. 


Colors Used: Blueberry Sky, Hibiscus Burst, Summer Sunrise and Green Parakeet

Thanks for joining me today. I will be back soon with another project to share. 

Enjoy your day,




Pretty Pink Posh

 December 15, 2020

Good morning friends and welcome back! I hope you all are doing well. Can you believe that Christmas will be here in 10 days? I hope you all are enjoying the holiday season. Today I am sharing a two Christmas tags that I created with some fun products from Pretty Pink Posh.  

For my tags, I am using the Scallop Square Tag Die. This is such a great basic tag shape. I love the size and the added details of the scalloped edge and stitched lines. 

Next, I created my paper rosettes for both of my tags. I used a 12 inch strip of cardstock and my score board. I added score lines at every 1/4 inch and then fan folder the strip back and forth. I used a strong adhesive to hold it all together. As an added a touch, I added chunky glitter around the edges of my rosette. I set this aside to dry and began working on my snowmen.

I used the Happy Snowman stamp set to to create my adorable snowman and scarf. For my accessories (holly, candy cane and hat) I used the Joy Stamp Set. The images included in this set are the perfect size to coordinate with the snowman. 

To finish my tags, I attached my snowmen with foam adhesive to my rosette and layered everything onto my tag base. That is one of the fun things about creating tags, you usually are not mailing them so you can really add a lot of layers and thickness.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope I inspired you to use your stamps and dies to create some Christmas tags this year.

Enjoy your day,

Lift Me Up

Ink To Paper

December 14, 2020

Hi Friends! It has been a little quiet here lately... our girls came home at Thanksgiving and we will be home working and finishing up school through the New Year. I will be sharing as much as I can over the next few weeks but things might be a little quiet on some days, as I am trying to take advantage of their time at home. I hope you all are doing well and staying healthy. 
Have you been following the New Release Countdown at Ink To Paper? I am sharing my first card today though I will be sharing lots of projects over the next few weeks. It is a great release! All of the new products will be available tomorrow, December 15th at 10:00 PM EST in the online shop. 


Isn't this stamp set just the cutest? It's called Lift Me Up. You can find all of the details on the blog: Here. I stamped my images with black ink and quickly colored them with Copic markers. Next, I used the Border Bling Skinny Heart Frame Die (also part of the new release) to die cut my frame. I added pure poppy ink to the frame and attached it to a pure poppy mat. I then used the inside piece and a cloud stencil to make my background. Lastly, I attached my images with foam adhesive and layered everything onto an A2 card base to finish my card. 


Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed my card and I will be back soon with another project to share.
Enjoy your day,


Season's Greetings

Therm O Web & LDRS Creative Collaboration

December 11, 2020

Good Morning Friends! I hope you all are doing well. Today I am on the Therm O Web Blog with a Christmas card for their collaboration with LDRS Creative. It is my first time using stamps from LDRS Creative, and I have to admit- I am hooked! Their stamps are adorable and so fun to use.


I hope you get a chance to stop by the Therm O Web Blog and see all of the details for my card. 

Enjoy your day,


The Greetery

Merry Sprigs 

December 10, 2020

Good morning friends! I hope you all are doing well. I am stopping by quickly today with a simple card that uses a fun set from The Greetery


I used the Merry Sprigs Stamp Set for my card. I stamped my sentiment in the center of my card panel and then added all of the little sprigs around the edges of the panel. I used my Misti and PinkFresh Studio ink. 


Once my stamping was finished I splattered a little gold paint all over my panel. I left my card simple and allowed the floral images to be the focus. 


Next, I used the Speed Tagging sets to create a pretty pile of Christmas tags. The Speed Tagging Prints Paper is so pretty on it's own, it really doesn't need a lot of "extras" added to them. For my sentiments, I used the Speed Tagging Christmas Stamp Set. So quick and easy to make.


Thanks for joining me today. I will be back soon with another project to share. 
Enjoy your day,


Reindeer Friends

Pretty Pink Posh

December 9, 2020

Good Morning Friends! Today I am stopping by with a card that uses some fun supplies from Pretty Pink Posh. Let's get started...

I started my card by creating my background. I used the Polka Dots Stencil and Glitz Glitter Gel in Red. I love the sparkle.


Next, I stamped my reindeer and Santa hat with the Reindeer Friends Stamp Set. I just bought this set a few weeks ago...it's so cute! I colored my images with Copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. 

Once my polka dots were dry I attached them to my A2 card base. I then stamped my sentiment (from the Reindeer Friends Stamp Set) onto a banner that I had die cut with the Stitched Banner Duo Die. Lastly, I attached my reindeer and wrapped a little baker's twine around the top of my card to finish it off.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope I inspired you to pull out some Christmas supplies and create a card today too.

Enjoy your day,