The best way to spread Christmas cheer….

Hey Pink & Main fans!!

I hope you are having a fabulous Wednesday!

Stacey here to share a cute card that shows a fun stamp from Pink & Main.


We love the movie “ELF” so this quote that can be found in the Christmas Quotes stamp set is said quite often in our home during the holidays lol! I figured some Elf feet on a card with the quote would make a really cute Christmas card to send to someone. The gold “bells” on the shoes were cut from the smallest circle in the Stitched Circle Dies.

There are so many awesome quotes in the Christmas Quotes stamp set!


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Thanks for stopping by!
I hope you have a great crafty day!

Beary Merry Christmas

Hello P&M land,

Today I am sharing a beary sweet card with you that is perfect for the holidays. The newly released people/animal and interchangeable face stamps are so much fun. For this card, I used the bear from the Furever stamp set. Including the face from Mini Faces Set 3. The “beary” came from the same Furever stamp set and the Merry Christmas script was one of our amazing detailed dies. Check those out here. Also, I used the hexagon die shapes behind the bear. I used my Prismacolor colored pencils and trusty gamsol solution for blending. Some embellishments and voilà :).

Hope you are enjoying the start of the holidays and all the fun of making handmade greeting cards.





Crafty hugs,

Pam Pease

Pink and Main DT


Picture Perfect Friend

Happy Tuesday, Crafty Friends!!

I have another cute card today to share with you all! I needed a break in between holiday crafting. Christmas is great and all but I needed a quick break from the  snow and winter and all the red and green. That and bright colors cheer me up!!

So, I made this little cutie…


I used the Picture Perfect stamp set for this sweet little girl. I stamped her black archival ink and colored her with a combination of markers and color pencils.


I love how she is framed inside a polaroid like she’s holding a photo booth prop! LOL  And a great thing about this set is that the faces are blank!! So, you can give her whatever face you want. Pink and Main has many cute face stamps.

I choose the Mini Faces Set 2 to complete her.pm0203-mini-faces-set-2-3x4-web__53130-1476913988-1280-1280

Then I used the Picture Perfect Dies to cut her out.


Then I used the Stitched Rounded Rectangles Dies to build my card.


I love the die set. What makes these different from other stitched rectangle dies are the rounded corners. The rounded corners soften the look of the overall project. This one I’d definitely keep in my card making arsenal!

This card came out totally cute!! And I can’t wait to stamp more of her and change her up. With the assortment of faces I know each will be totally different and unique!


Hope you all enjoyed today’s project!! Have super stampy day!!

~ DT Mitsy


Fur Ever


because I love colouring Pink and Main images I have always some spare in my stash, so today I have 3 cards for you. Very simple, great for beginners.

I used FurEver stamps and FurEver Dies, Mini Faces Set 3, Sweet Faces Set 1

  • for background use any of your favourite embossing folder
  • stamp, colour image and die cut it
  •  stamp with Versa Mark sentiment on black card stock and heat emboss it with white embossing powder
  • cut strip with sentiment and glue it
  • finish card with sequins






Have a nice day



Christmas Bird

Good Morning!

Only a few days left until we celebrate the birth of Jesus!  I designed another Christmas card for you today using our darling Pink and Main Cardinal.

Designer Steps:

  1. Use a A2 white card base cut a slightly smaller piece of red card stock and set aside
  2. Cut a 2 1/2 x 5 inch piece of pattern paper (Doodlebug) and glue to the right side of the red card stock
  3. Cut a 1 1/2 x 5 inch piece of green polka dot paper (Doodlebug) and glue to the left side of the red card stock
  4. Add the red ribbon then glue to the front of the white card
  5. Cut out the stitched square using Pink and Main dies
  6. Stamp and color the bird (Pink and Main) with copics: C2, 4 – R32, 35, 37, 39 – E44, 47, 49
  7. Add the snowflakes and stamp the sentiment
  8. Add a little black bead for the birds eye

Thanks for stopping by during this very busy Christmas Season!