Hello and welcome to the Pinkfresh Studio June release blog hop! I'm sharing two projects with you today using a few of the new products! Make sure to leave a comment here and on every stop of the hop to be eligible to win one of 10 $25 gift certificates AND leave a comment on the You Tube channel page and Facebook page to be eligible for a chance to win the ENTIRE June release!
As I mentioned earlier, I'm sharing two cards with you today! Up first is this fun rainbow design which is similar to the last Pinkfresh project I shared, but I used a different rainbow and I added the darling new Small Butterflies Stamp Set as well as the Small Butterflies Layering Stencils and coordinating Small Butterflies Die.
To begin the butterflies, I used the stencils using shades of orange and yellow to create Monarch type butterflies. I thought they would accent the rainbow nicely without being too busy.
Once the stenciling was complete, I used the coordinating stamp to add the detail images. Once that was done, I used the dies to cut the butterflies out and set them aside.
I felt like this particular sentiment was absolutely perfect for this butterfly design and so I stamped it in black at the top of an A2 sized white card base. This sentiment is from the previously released Floral Bunch stamp set as well as the flowers.
I die cut all of the pieces of the Color Block Rainbow Die and then put them back together using foam squares for dimension. I layered the flowers hanging over the edge and then squared them up using my paper trimmer.
I added the butterflies here and there using additional foam squares. I'm thrilled about the fabulous new gold Metallic Pearls! They are so much fun and I added them to a few of the butterflies here and there!
My second project for today uses the new Floral Vase Layering Stencils which coordinate with the previously released Floral Vase Stamp set. I used to color this set with Copic markers, but now I can do it quickly and effortlessly with the new stencils.
I used the outline stamp on both images to give them the added detail over the stenciled designs.
I love the look of the vase, so I decided to add some watercoloring to the background using ink, a blender brush, and a few spritzes of water! Easy peasy!
I added a few jewels as well to add some sparkle and shine!
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