Happy Saturday, Pink & Main friends! Can you believe that July is almost over?!? Before we know it, August will be here and then Back to School will be upon us! (Yes, I am counting down the days until my kiddos go back to school…24!
Today, I am giving you a sneak peek at one of Pink & Main’s August release stamp sets, Wild About You. It has some adorable animals in the set and I am giving you a look at the precious bear.
I stamped the bear image onto a printed paper and colored in with a variety of markers. This new stamp set also has coordinating dies to match, making it super easy to cut out the stamped images.
I paired up a printed pocket page from a paper stack with a coordinated print and attached to the front of a card base. The sentiment is stamped on the pocket page. The bear is attached to the card.
This is where I planned to stop the card, however, it felt like it was missing something. I colored the ‘c’ in with a matching blue marker. Three enamel dots are attached to help fill in some of the white space.
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Pink & Main – Wild About You stamp set and coordinating dies
Happy Wednesday Pink & Main fans!
Stacey here with you today to share a card that uses some of those awesome Pink & Main stamps & dies!
I used the Nested Hexagons dies and cut out a few hexagons of different sizes and placed them onto a piece of black cardstock that I cut out using the Stitched Rounded Rectangles. Some of the hexagons were popped up with foam tape and some were adhered flat. I think that gave the card some dimension and a pretty neat look, at least in person. The camera didn’t quite pick it up like I hoped. For my image, I used the Don’t Worry stamp set for my sweet little bee and sentiment. I added some faux stitching with a black pen to act as a flight path of that cute little bee 🙂
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I hope you have a great crafty day!
I’m sharing two cards I made this week using the Get Well stamping set from Pink and Main. It’s unfortunate to need a get well card, but occasionally its necessary. What better way to cheer a person up, than with a handmade card. For the first card, I cut a window out of the front and popped the doctor on the inside. I kept this one fairly simple, but I loved using the pills and bottles as a background. I added a little crystal lacquer to the pills for dimension.
The second card is a shaker card. Who doesn’t love a shaker card. I made this one with supplies leftover from the previous card. As a reminder, don’t forget you have a few more days to enter Pink and Main’s monthly contest. Check it out here 🙂
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I think everybody loves gnomes and in summer is great time to make some gnome card. All images from Hey Gnomie stamp set are stamped with Versa fine onyx black ink and coloured with Kuretake Zig clean color real brush pens, my favourite watercolour pens. After colouring I cut all images with scissors. And I made easy scene with gnomes and trees. Finally I add sentiment.
Hello there, Crafty Friends!!
We are more than halfway through summer and I’m not quite ready for the kids to be heading back to school just yet. I still want time to play in the sun and splash in the water!
And in good old summer fun, I made this adorable beach themed card…
For the sunbathing cutie, I used the Sunkissed Greetings set. I colored her using color pencils and blended my colors with odorless mineral spirits. For her cheeks I rubbed a little pink chalk and added freckles with a white gel pen, which I also used to highlight this image throughout. I also added a bit of shine by going over the sun and sunglasses with a sparkle/glitter pen, then I filled the lense parts with a dimensional glaze.
For my “hello sunshine” sentiment, I used the “hello” from the Hello Dies, cut from black cardstock.
and paired it with the “sunshine” stamp from the Hello Friend stamp set.
I also topped my card off with a double scallop border using the largest of the scallops of Pink and Main’s New Scallop Border Dies. I cut them out twice from red cardstock and slightly offset each row. Once adhered to my card I tied light blue twine across the top.
I hope you enjoyed my card for today!! See you next time!
Hope you all enjoy the rest of your summer!!