Good Morning Pink and Main Friends!
Guess what it is Sneak Peek time!! We will soon be launching our new release stamps so I thought I would give you a peek! Believe me they are so adorable! And we have something completely new to Pink and Main (drum roll) Stencils!!! I have used one of the stencils on my card and I love them because they completely cover the front of a A2 size card!
- Use a white A2 card base cut a slightly smaller piece of gold card stock and glue to front of white card base
- Cut a piece of purple card stock 4 x 5 1/4 place the new Pink and Main stencil over the top and spread white embossing paste that has been mixed with gold Pearl X. Let dry and then adhere to the front of the card
- Use the Rounded Stitched Square dies from Pink and Main and create the frame by placing the smaller square inside the larger square and cutting. Arrange the frame and solid square on the card front as shown
- Stamp the image from the New Genie Girl Stamp set color with copics and cut with the coordinating dies
- Stamp the sentitment and layer onto gold card stock
- Pop dot the images and sentiment onto the card as shown.
STAY TUNED FOR THE NEW RELEASE AND MORE SNEAK PEEKS!! YOU ARE GOING TO FALL IN LOVE WITH THIS RELEASE!!!
Hi everyone! It’s Mindy from Mindy Eggen Design and I’m super excited to be sharing my card today as a guest on Simon Says Stamp blog
using products from Pink & Main. They have such beautiful papers and stamps that are sure to make their way into your shopping cart!
For my card today, I’m using a variety of products from Pink & Main and Simon Says Stamp. I start out by using the Christmas Mugs stamp set from Pink & Main and stamping then onto Neenah white cardstock with Simon Says Stamp black ink which is a copic friendly ink. Then I color them with my copic markers to coordinate with the Frosty paper pack from Pink & Main. I use the coordinating die set to cute out my mugs.
I prepare my cardbase by using the Rounded Stitched Rectangle die from Pink & Main and Neenah white cardstock. Next, I use one size smaller of the Rounded Stitched Rectangle die and cut from a piece of snowflake pattern paper from the beautiful Frosty Paper pack from Pink & Main. I also cut out a smaller rectangle from white cardstock and popped that up with craft foam in the middle of my card.
I added my cut out mugs to the middle panel and popped up the center one with foam squares so they didn’t all blend into eachother. This fun sentiment is also from the Christmas Mugs stamp set stamped in Simon Says Black ink. I couldn’t resist adding a few snowflakes using the Silver & White glitter cardstock from Simon Says Stamp with their Stitched Snowflakes die. To finish off the card, I used some of the Ice Cube Mix Jewels from Lucy’s Cards.
I hope you enjoyed today’s card. I adore these papers and Christmas mugs and are sure to be a favorite in your collection too!
R39-24, V17-15-12, W5-4-3
because it is December and I am allowed to show you sneak peek of upoming release I prepared for you this cute card with amazing hedgehog image. It is not bad to make little break from all those christmas cards.
I made circle shaped (I used Stitched Circle Dies) card one of my favourite. The first layer is patterned paper from Take Flight 2 paper pad. Second layer is cardstock where I stamped tiny hearts and hedgehog from new Hedgehugs stamp set. I coloured images with Faber Castell Polychromos pencil. I added Glossy Accents to heart balloons and with white pencil I just hand painted clouds. Sentiment is also from this stamp set. And because that tiny bow – Small Bow Dies – is so cute I added it – made with the same paper as background.
Have a nice day
Good Morning Pink and Main Friends
I am almost finished making my Christmas cards. I am going to address them and hopefully mail them out this weekend!! I enjoy making them but I am also glad when the job is complete.
- Use an A2 white card base. Cut a piece of DP 4 x 5 1/4 from the Pink and Main Jolly Paper Pad
- Cut a piece of white card stock 3 3/4 x 5 and sponge several different greens onto the white card stock as shown
- Stamp Merry Christmas using the Curly Girl Lower and Upper Case Clickable Stamp Set. Splatter white acyrlic paint over the sponged area
- Stamp the Elf from the Nice List set and color with Copic markers. Use the coordinating dies and cut him out
- Pop him to the front of the card as shown. Cut a 2 x 3 3/4 piece of DP and use the Scallop Border Pink and Main Die to cut the scallop. Glue to the bottom portion of the card. Pop the entire panel to the red designer paper and then add the ribbon
- After the ribbon is added glue to the white card front and add the snowflake sequins
Hope you give these fun items a try!!
Welcome!! It’s Mindy today from Mindy Eggen Design and I have a fun shaker card to share!
I hadn’t made a shaker card in a while and I thought this set would be perfect for it! I stamped my image onto Neenah white cardstock and colored with copic markers. Next, I used a piece of Neenah cardstock measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ and cut out a window using the coordinating window die. Then I attached a piece of acetate cardstock to the backside using double sided adhesive.
I stamped the sentiment found on the Christmas Window stamp set, under the die cut window using Versafine Ink and heat embossing with WOW Clear Embossing powder. I adde some chunky glitter on top of my colored image. I added one layer of foam tape around the window of my card panel.
I lined up the window die cut with my colored image and attached to the colored panel. In hindsight, I could have added more glitter but I wasn’t going to try and redo it haha! I attached my shaker panel to a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ cardbase and added a bow from the small bow die with whit glitter cardstock.
I think this came out fabulous! I hope it inspires you!
E59-57-55, C6-4, Y19-11, G19-09-07-03, YG06-09, RV19-14, B05-02