PinkFresh Studio

Infinite Blooms

February 27, 2021

Hello Friends! I hope you all are doing well and enjoying your weekend. It's hard to believe that February is almost over... 

I am stopping by quickly today with a card that uses the Infinite Blooms Set from PinkFresh Studio. This is another stamp, stencil and die set that I love. This time, I found it worked best to die cut my image first with the Infinite Blooms Die. I then used the negative die cut and my Misti to line up the stamp. Lastly, I used the coordinating stencils to add my color to my floral image. 


I just love the detail with this set. Next, I added a few splatters to my floral cluster and my card panel. I then stamped my sentiment and added a few sequins to finish my card.


I ended up creating a second card too... it is very similar just mounted on white rather than gray. Which do you prefer? 


Thanks for joining me today. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and I will be back soon to share another project with you all.

Enjoy your day,



Lovely Blossoms

The Greetery

February 26, 2021

Hi Friends and Welcome Back. I am back today with another card that uses some products from The Greetery. I had some extra time recently and when that happens I typically reach for my basket of supplies from The Greetery. They are some of my favorites!


I created two card to share with you all today, a birthday and a thank you card. The assembly was fairly easy so I will just list my supplies. If you have any questions please feel free to ask and I will answer them as soon as a I can.


I used the Lovely Blossoms Set for my flowers along with the aqua color palette from Pinkfresh Studio. For my background I used the Square Dance Stencil Set and the Birthday Blooms Set for my sentiment. 


My second card uses the same color palette, though I kept the background clean and simple. I did add a few splatters with the lightest shade of aqua ink (Ocean Breeze).  For the sentiment I used the Opposites Attract Set. I love the sentiments included in this set, perfect size and font. 

Thanks for joining me today. 

Enjoy your day,



Enjoy The Journey

Spellbinders

February 24, 2021

Hi friends and welcome back. I am stopping by today with a card that uses some fun new dies from Spellbinders. I was sent these dies last week and couldn't wait to make a card. They are part of the new Make A Scene Series. Let's get started...


For my card today I am using the Rolling Along Scene Die Set. These dies coordinate with the Make A Scene Card Base Dies to make an interactive card. Though today I am just using the basic dies to make my bicycle and scene. I started my card by die cutting the bicycle with cardstock. I used the basic die and a few of the accent dies to add color and demission to the bicycle. Super fun and easy to use. 


Next, I die cut the hillside and grass with white cardstock and added green ink to the pieces. For my sky I used a stencil that I had in my stash. Once the background was finished I attached my bike to the scene and then added the grass to cover the bottom strip on the die cut.  Lastly, I used the Make A Scene Sentiments Set to stamp my sentiment onto my panel.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope you liked my card and a special thanks to Spellbinders for sending me some fun new products to use!

Enjoy your day,




Pretty Pink Posh

February 22,  2021

Good Morning Friends! I hope you all are doing well. I am stopping by today with a fun shaker birthday card for Pretty Pink Posh. 

I started my card by creating my shaker panel. I used the fun Birthday Cake Die to create my frame. I die cut the cake from white cardstock a couple of times and stacked the frames together. I then attached a piece of acetate along with foam adhesive behind the birthday cake panel to create my shaker. I filled the shaker with the Valentine Jewels Mix and Lemon Drop Jewels. Shaker cards just make me smile!

Next, I added dye ink to all of the negative pieces from the die cut (birthday cake and balloons) and inlaid them back into the frame. This die is so fun and easy to customize and create in so many different colors. Lastly, I used the Let's Party Stamp Set for my sentiment. 

Don't you just love dies that do all of the work for you? It's such a fun die to use with so many possibilities. Thanks for joining me today and I hope you enjoyed my card.

Enjoy your day,


Waffle Flower

Spring Blooms

February 21, 2021

Hi Friends and Welcome Back! I hope you all are having a wonderful weekend. I am stopping by today with a card that uses the Spring Blooms Stencil and Stamp Set from Waffle Flower. 

I started my card by stamping the the image (greenery and pitcher) with a bright green ink. This is a larger stamp so I used my Misti to line everything up on the die and to get a good impression. Next, I used the coordinating stencils to add the colors to the floral arrangement. The stencils are so easy to use and line up, I love this type of set.


Next, I splattered a little paint onto my image and my card panel for a little added interest. I then used the Classic Sentiments Set to stamp my sentiment directly onto my card panel. Lastly, I trimmed my panel down and attached it to a yellow mat before attaching everything to a top fold A2 card base. 


That is all for today... the stamp and stencil combo sets really make for a quick card. Have you tried them yet? I would love to hear what you think.

Enjoy your day,



Ink To Paper

New Release: Countdown Day 4

February 19, 2021

Happy Friday! Welcome back to the fourth and final day of the new release countdown for Ink To Paper. All of the new products will be available in the online shop tomorrow, February 20th at 10:00 PM EST. Do you have a list made? I would love to know what your favorite is. I love the variety this month, there are so many great sets that I know you will love. 


For my first card I am using the She Blooms Set. This is a gorgeous set! I stamped the girl and her dress in shades of blue (Dark Indigo, Blueberry Sky, Spring Rain and Hibiscus Burst). 


For my card layout I used the Border Bling: Skinny Heart Frame. On the inside panel I added a piece of Blueberry Sky patterned paper with a strip of Hibiscus Burst cardstock. I then lightly ink blended Spring Rain ink on the top white piece before stamping my sentiment. Lastly, I added a few sequins as a little added detail.

Do you love this stamp as much as me? It is unlike anything I have. I think it will make a beautiful wedding shower card too. 


For my next card I am using the new Effortless Beauties Set. Aren't these flowers just so pretty? I love them!! I stamped them in my go to colors (Hibiscus Burst, Raspberry Fizz, Lemon Tart, Bright Buttercup, Green Parakeet and New Leaf). For my bird I am using the new Feathered Friends Die #8. Just the sweetest! I cut the bird from white cardstock and ink blended it with Hawaiian Shores ink. 


Next, I used the Cover Plate: Ornate to create my background. I attached it to an A2 card base and layered my flowers to create a bouquet. I added my feathered friend and my sentiment to finish my card. I love how the Effortless Beauties Set includes dies for the sentiments, makes them so much more versatile. 


I hope you have liked all of my release projects! I was definitely busy getting them all done. Please feel free to ask any questions and I will get back to you before the new release is live in the shop tomorrow night. Thanks again for all of your support, I appreciate it.

Enjoy your day,



Ink To Paper

New Release: Countdown Day 3

February 18, 2021

Hi friends and welcome back. I hope you all are doing well and having a great week. I am back today with Day 3 of the countdown for Ink To Paper. Today we are showcasing another beautiful floral set, a must have die and a feathered friend. As always, you can find all of the product details on the Ink To Paper Blog


For my first card, I am using the new Framed in Florals Set. This set includes the floral outline plus all of the smaller stamps to fill in and add color. You can also choose to not use the filler stamps and either use markers or watercolor to add color to your borders. Lots of possibilities with this set.


I chose to use all of the smaller stamps to fill in and make my borders. The set has kind of a "sketchy" feel and is very easy to line up. Don't you just love the sentiment? I stamped it on a white strip of cardstock and attached the top and bottom portion of the frame to the strip. 


To finish my card I ink blended a card panel with Hawaiian Shores ink. I then added a white frame that I had die cut with the Border Bling: Skinny Heart Frame Die


My second card uses the new Feathered Friends #8 Set. I love the size and shape of this bird... and it includes a branch for the birder to perch on. I stamped my bird in Lemon Tart, Harvest Gold, Summer Sunrise and Soft Stone ink. 


For my card panel, I used the Border Bling: Tin Stitch Die. I ink blended Hawaiian Shores ink onto the panel and attached it to my A2 card base. Next, I die cut the Love To Layer: Notched Charming Die from white cardstock and attached that to the middle of my panel. I then used the XO Heart Frame Die to create my wreath.


Once I attached my bird and branch to my card panel I added a few flowers that I had stamped with the Sweet Hoppiness Set (from day 1). Lastly, I added my sentiment. The sentiment is from a set being shown tomorrow.


My next card uses the Feather Friends Mini Set again. This time I stamped my bird in Sweet Blush, Hibiscus Burst, Raspberry Fizz, and Soft Stone ink. I then attached it to a circle that had been die cut with the Love To Layer: Scalloped Circle Die


For my card panel, I used the new Cover Plate: Vines. I ink blended a panel with New Leaf ink and ran it through my die cutting machine to create my vines. Once my vines were attached to my card panel I added my feathered friend to the center. This is such a versatile die and definitely one that I will reach for often.


Are you still with me? I have one more card to share with you today...



For my last card today I once again used the new Cover Plate: Vines. I created a tone on tone card panel with white cardstock. I liked the clean and fresh look of all the white. Initially I had though I would use a New Leaf panel but in the end I went with white on white.


Next, I used the Tiny Blooms Set (previewed on day 1) to stamp my small flowers. I then stamped my sentiment with the Just Sentiments: Bloom set onto a piece of kraft cardstock. Lastly, I attached my flowers to my panel with liquid glue.


That is all for today but I will be back tomorrow with day 4 of the countdown. 

Enjoy your day,



Ink To Paper

New Release: Countdown Day 2

February 17, 2021

Hi friends and welcome back to day 2 of the new release countdown for Ink To Paper. I am back today with two cards that use some of the amazing new floral sets that are part of the new release. Remember all of the new release product details can be found on the Ink To Paper Blog and will be available on February 20th.  Let's get started...


My first card uses the beautiful new set called Pop-Up Florals. This set coordinates with the Pop-Up Envelope Die though can also work on it's own. This is a really fun interactive set that can make the flowers "pop-up" though I chose to leave my flowers flat for this card. 


I started my card by stamping my flowers in bright springy colors. For my card panel, I ink blended Blueberry Sky ink onto my background. Next, I added a few splatters with the Blueberry Sky reinker. Once this was dry I attached my flowers to create a bouquet. I added lots of foam adhesive for added dimension. 


For my sentiment I used the Just Sentiments: Bloom set. I stamped my sentiment onto a banner and attached it to my card panel. I then added a few clear sequins to finish my card. 


I also wanted to show you how easy it is to create a coordinate envelope with the dies. All you need is three strips of adhesive to assemble your envelope, super easy. I can't wait to use this set again to create a pop-up card. 


My next card uses the Lush Bloom Set. This set creates the most beautiful flower! I love the detail and the size, so pretty. I started my card by stamping the floral image in shades of pink (Sweet Blush, Hibiscus Burst and Raspberry Fizz). Once my flowers was assembled I attached it to my card panel that I had splattered with Hibiscus Burst reinker. Lastly, I added to my sentiment to the card panel. I kept everything fairly clean and simple. I know this is a set I will reach for often.


To finish my card, I used the Inside Greetings: Bloom Set to stamp my sentiment inside my card. This is such a great set of sentiments, perfect for so many occasions. Lastly, I added a few leaves from the Lush Bloom Set to tie everything together. 


Thanks for joining me today. I hope you liked my cards and please feel free to ask any questions and I will get back to you. I will be back tomorrow with day 3 of the countdown.

Enjoy your day,



Ink To Paper

New Release: Countdown Day 1

February 16, 2021

Hi friends and welcome to day 1 of the new release countdown for Ink To Paper. You are going to love this release. There are beautiful new floral sets, some must have dies, of course some feathered friends and lots of things to get you ready for spring! Today I have two cards to share with you, so let's get started...


For my first card I am using the most adorable new set called Sweet Hoppiness. It includes this sweet little bunny, lots of floral images, and coordinating sentiments and dies. 


I started my card by stamping the bunny and florals images in spring colors. I then used the greenery to create a wreath onto the medium Delicate Doily Die. Next, I attached the flowers, sentiment and bunny to the doily. Lastly, I added a little glitter to the bunny ear and flower centers for a little added touch. 


To finish my design I attached the medium doily to the largest doily that I had ink blended with Hibiscus Burst and Raspberry Fizz ink. I then attached everything to a card panel that I had ran through my die cutting machine with the Border Bling: Tin Stitch Die. I just think this little bunny is so sweet- perfect for spring, Easter and even a baby shower. 


For my next card I am using the new Rainbow Arches Die Set and the Tiny Blooms Stamp and Die Set. I started my card by running the Rainbow Arches Dies through my die cutting machine. I then added ink to each of the pieces and assembled the base of the rainbow. (Hawaiian Shoes, Hibiscus Burst, Bright Buttercup, Green Parakeet and Amethyst Allure ink)


Next, I used the Tiny Blooms Stamp and Die Set to create my little flowers. I love how these flowers can be added to the rainbow. So fun and unique! For my background I used a really old Papertrey Ink die called Clouds 1 & 2. I ran it through my die cutting machine multiple times and then attached the clouds to my card panel to create my background. Lastly, I attached my rainbow and sentiment to my card panel with foam adhesive. 


I hope you enjoyed my cards today, they definitely have me dreaming about spring. Remember you can always find all of the new product information and details on the Ink To Paper Blog. All the New Release products will be available on February 20th at 10:00 PM EST in the Ink To Paper Shop. 
I will be back tomorrow with Day 2 of the countdown... I hope to see you again.

Enjoy your day,