Pinkfresh Studio October 2022 Release and Blog Hop

Pinkfresh Studio Enchanting Flora Washi Card

Hi friends! Today I’m excited to be part of the Pinkfresh Studio October 2022 Release and Blog Hop, and today I’ve got a clean and simple project to share that features some of the gorgeous new products.

You may already be hooked on Pinkfresh Studio’s washi tapes, but if not, I think this release just might tip you over the edge. There are 5 new suites that each include a stamp set, die, layering stencil and washi tape roll, and my card today showcases the Enchanting Flora suite. The soft greens, purples and pinks are so pretty, and I love the light, airy design of the florals.

Pinkfresh Studio Enchanting Flora Washi Card

To get started on this card, I created a foiled background using the Stained Glass hot foil plate and Champagne Glimmer foil. This plate is large enough to cover a full A2 panel, but because I love a good thick border, I trimmed mine down to 3.5 x 4.75″. With my foiling machine still out, I also used a plate from the Nested Circles hot foil set and its coordinating die to make a circle about the size of the wreath on the Enchanting Flora Washi Tape.

Pinkfresh Studio Enchanting Flora Washi Card

Speaking of that wreath, I love the look of washi tape designs on vellum, so I rolled out a few stretches of the Enchanting Flora Washi over vellum and used the coordinating die to cut out all of the images. one thing I love about Pinkfresh’s washi tapes is that they’re super easy to work with, and if you don’t quite get them laid flat on your first attempt, you can easily pull it back and try again without any damage to the washi or your vellum underneath.

Pinkfresh Studio Enchanting Flora Washi Card

There was one final step before assembly, and that was embossing a sentiment. The die sets in this release include dies for some of the sentiment stamps (hooray!!!) and on this occasion, I used a “Thanks for your kindness” from the Chrysanthemums stamp set. To create a lot of contrast and ensure it stood out, I chose to emboss it in white on deep navy cardstock, and stacked up several die cuts to make it more sturdy.

Pinkfresh Studio Enchanting Flora Washi Card

Assembly was quick and easy. I layered the washi wreath over the framed and foiled circle with liquid glue, then mounted that toward the upper third of the Stained Glass background panel with foam tape. All of that went straight onto a white A2 card base with more liquid glue, and to finish, I added a little bit of sparkle with a few of the new Gold Glitter Drops.

Pinkfresh Studio Enchanting Flora Washi Card

Blog Hop and Giveaways

Want a little more eye candy and a chance to win some prizes? Stop by to visit all of the other designers along the blog hop, and check out the full Pinkfresh Studio release here. Pinkfresh is giving away the FULL release over on their blog and YouTube channel, and there will be a total of ten $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. Winners will be chosen on November 1st, and announced on this page. If your name is chosen, you’ve got 2 weeks to claim your prize. Good luck!

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133 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio October 2022 Release and Blog Hop

  1. You have definitely taken me over the edge. That washi tape seems doable to a new cardmaker. This card is gorgeous.

  2. Adding the foil circle behind the wreath looks so great! I also love the choice of navy for the sentiment.

  3. Beautiful card! I love how the washi looks on the vellum – I’m definitely going to have to try that!

  4. I think you used this suite to showcase the washi so beautifully. I love the wreath shape. You gave it the perfect background with the gold foiling. So pretty! 💖

  5. The Washi Tape you chose today is what Heather demo’d on her Facebook Live last week. It and your card is lovely! I didn’t own any Washi last week but ordered based on Heather’s encouragement. I do own the foil plate you used today. I could use a win to buy this foil tape and the rest of the suite.

  6. These new products & your cards are gorgeous! I love florals & the soft, pastels of these florals. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Hi, Angela –
    Love the combo of hot foil + glittery embellishments + the woodland washi (so beautiful). Your card is a stunner. And I have the foil plate, so I would be able to make this if I got the washi. Lovely!
    Lori S in PA

  8. This washi suite is so ethereal, it reminds me of butterfly wings — so pretty!! I just love this background also!! Great job!! Gives me a lot to think about creating!! These suites are so versatile!!!

  9. This one I ordered the stencil and die after watching Heather’s video last week. I absolutely love the ethereal quality of this.

  10. Gorgeous 😍. I love the enchanting flora set. The washi tape makes everything so much easier. … what a time saver.

  11. What a great ida to use the beautiful washi tape on vellum! Your card is amazing! I can’t wait to try this technique!

  12. Angela, your card is just stunning! I love the gold foiled background paired with the Chrysanthemums on vellum that you did. I’ll have to try that sometime. Thank you.

  13. This is so beautiful! I love the look of this washi on vellum – what a fun idea! I need to add this design to my wishlist!

  14. Such a dreamy design! I adore this washi tape and the Gold Glitter Drops are the perfect addition to this wreath! Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring!

  15. Thanks for sharing this gorgeous card–I love that you used vellum under the washi. It gives it a very water colored vibe and I love it! The foiled background is lovely too.

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