Pinkfresh Studio September 2021 Release Blog Hop

Pinkfresh Studio September Release - Garden Roses

Hi friends! Today I’m joining Pinkfresh Studio in celebrating the latest release which just went live this morning. If this is your first time stopping by, welcome! I’m Angela, and I’m so glad you’re here!

If you, like me, use a lot of florals on your cards, I think you’re going to love this release. There are some gorgeous large flower cluster stamps sets that come with coordinating stencils and dies, and the on today’s card, I’m featuring the Garden Roses stamp and die set. (There’s a layering stencil too, and you can see what I got up to with that tomorrow on Instagram!)

Pinkfresh Studio September Release - Garden Roses

To get started on this card, I stamped the Garden Roses stamp in clear ink on vellum and embossed it in white. The coordinating die made this super easy to cut out, and while I was at it, I used the Color Block Diagonal Stripes die to cut an assortment of blue, yellow and plum stripes for my background panel. You could absolutely do this with a paper trimmer, but this die gives you perfect stripes every time and I’ve been using it a LOT lately!

Pinkfresh Studio September Release - Garden Roses

Once I’d adhered all of my background stripes onto a single panel, I backed it with craft foam and mounted it on my A2 card base. I followed with the vellum piece, using small clear adhesive dots to secure it. (These are what I use for most of my vellum projects because they’re pretty much invisible, especially if you place them under areas of embossing.)

Pinkfresh Studio September Release - Garden Roses

The Garden Roses stamp set, as well as the others in this release, come with some really great everyday sentiments that I know I’ll be using all year round. I chose a ‘Just Because’ from the Dahlia Bunch stamp set, embossing it in white on Concord & 9th Peacock cardstock for contrast. Finally, to finish, I added a few clear crystals.

Pinkfresh Studio September Release - Garden Roses

Giveaways + Blog Hop

While I’ve just shown you the Garden Roses set, there’s heaps more floral goodness to be found by checking out the full release here! There’s also lots of inspiration to be had along each stop of today’s blog hop, so be sure to check out all the other designers below!

Pinkfresh will be giving away the FULL release over on their blog and YouTube channel, and there will be a total of 10 $25 gift cards chosen from all the blogs on the hop list. Winners will be picked from the comments, so be sure to leave a comment below, and visit all the other stops on the hop. Winners will be chosen on October 5th, and you’ll want to keep an eye on this page. If your name is chosen, you’ve got 2 weeks to claim your prize. Good luck!

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67 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio September 2021 Release Blog Hop

  1. Thank you for sharing this great cards. The use of pure white stamping on white vellum and no coloring is so effectrive with that pieced background.

  2. Love the look of the vellum flowers over the striped background. Great way to stretch your stamps plus use of scraps while creating a beautiful card. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I read your entire bio and I want to be your best friend…. wow, you are quite accomplished. Thank you for sharing your life and your pretty cards.

  4. What an amazing release. I am so excited for the solid hot foil plate. I now have a way to use all my ‘negative’ pieces Ive been too frugal to toss. Its absolutely brilliant.

  5. I like your colorful striped background. Such a simple idea but definitely makes a statement. Great new releases from Pinkfresh.

  6. I love this look! So pretty and no coloring. The Garden Roses stamp is very special. I remember pink climbing roses at my grandmothers house. Thanks! 💖

  7. Love the use of the vellum. The bold
    colors of the stripes are muted behind
    the bouquet. Fantastic card.
    thanks for sharing.
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  8. This is so nice, love the pretty colors of your striped background and those florals on vellum makes this such a stunning card!

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