Isn't the Pinkfresh Studio May Embellishment Kit a beauty? The colors (love that copper!) and designs work well with all sorts of crafting and with other items you have in your stash. We had the privilege and delight of working with Kinnari of Pinkfresh Studio to bring you the 3x4 stamp set!
We (Julie & Shay) + The Talent had the chance to play with the kit and we wanted to show you what we came up with:
My Hello Happy Girl card was so fun to make and I love the playfulness of all of the pieces working together. I started off in a completely different direction, and had embossing problems. That is when I had to cut the Heidi Swapp washi tape panel off of the original grey card base and see if I could still use it here. I opted to work it in at the diagonal and cut the In a Word: Happy Cutaway using some pink “Live & Love” paper from Pinkfresh Studio’s Up in the Clouds Collection. I glued just the bottom section of the letters to the polka panel so the letters could be popped up without all the extra foam tape. It is only under the polka! I tucked the cute wood grain girl under the curve of the “ppy” and stamped GIRL from Sugar Rush in Warm Violet chalk ink. The little hello rectangle from the new 3x4 stamp set is stamped in Lime Pastel and the arrow in Tangerine chalk inks too, and these images were fussy cut, popped up on foam tape, and covered in glossy accents to create my own embellishments. Last but not least, some of these petite heart sequins (sequinettes??? LOL) were added in the little space to the right of the girl.
*sigh* This card really makes me HAPPY! I love this kit from Pinkfresh, and Shay and I were so happy to get a chance to work with Kinnari on this project. Thanks so much, Kinnari! Sending you big *hugs*
I have a couple of cards for you today...I used only the embellishment kit + some items from Up in the Clouds collection from Pinkfresh Studio. Even doing so I have only scratched the surface of this kit as it has so much to play with!
Card No. 1
For this card I used the die (it can be used with or without the coordinating frame stamp), stamp set and papers from Up in the Clouds along with one of the journaling cards from Up in the Clouds to create this bright and happy card.
I cut the frame out of the same patterned paper twice and nested two of the frames inside on of the pieces of patterned paper I used to cut the frame out of. The sentiment and arrows were stamped on a panel of white cardstock and placed under the patterned paper. I accented the card base with the heart stamps and some of the adorable iridescent yellow heart confetti from the kit. The inks are Tim Holtz Distress Ink in mustard seed, broken china and spun sugar.
Card No. 2
My second card is all about the frame stamp which was heat embossed in white on watercolor paper repeatedly and then I painted in the background using a waterbrush and Distress Ink in mustard seed, weather wood, dried marigold and tumbled glass. I chose those colors as they are the colors in the kit.
I altered the epoxy sticker to add a strip stamped with "extraordinary" also from the stamp set. I added the you heart stamp, awesome copper flair and the epoxy diamonds to finish off the card.
Next up are the awesome projects from the Talent!
CLICK HERE to see more from Gayatri. (may be slightly delayed)
CLICK HERE to see more from Heather P.
CLICK HERE to see more from Joni.
CLICK HERE to see more from Kelly.
CLICK HERE to see more from Mayuri.
CLICK HERE to see more from Vanessa.
CLICK HERE to see more from Heather Hoffman.
CLICK HERE to see more from Laura.
Now that you have seen all this glorious eye candy, how would you like a chance to win a kit of your own? Pinkfresh Studio has generously donate this kit! Thank you so much Pinkfresh Studio.
Simply comment on this post by next Thursday, June 4, 2015 at 11:59 p.m CST for a chance to win. Winners will be announced on our brand new Giveaway Winners Page HERE.
UPDATE: Winner has been announced on our brand new Giveaway Winners Page HERE!