Birthday Girl with Random Stamping Background

Hey everyone! Mindy here and back today to share a card I created using some of the new birthday stamps and papers from the March release.
I’m going to start with a piece of Neenah white cardstock measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ for my top panel. I stamped my adorable girl image from the Birthday Kids stamp set using a copic friendly ink. I then colored in with my copic markers.
I went ahead and added my sentiment right away underneath my image. Then I went around the entire image with a light pink ink stamping the party hat randomly.
Using the amazing Celebrate paper pack I cut a piece of this polka dot paper to 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ to fit my cardbase and finished attaching the card.
I love this look! It almost looks like I masked the image but really I didn’t !
Normally I would list my copic colors but I recently rearranged/cleaned my area and cannot find my supply list! Sorry!


It’s Your Day Birthday Card by Pam Pease

Hello P&M Fans,

I have a cool masked card to share with you today. I used our newest stamp sets released this month in honor of Pink and Mains 4th birthday. The product links will be at the bottom of this post.
First I stamped and die cut the cake, hat, and little boy from the Birthday Kids set. I love how intricate the boy and his balloons cut out. I colored them using my trusty copics and added dimension to the cake with stickles. I added a little highlighting with a white gel pen. Nothing too fancy as I wanted the background to pop. I used a standard A4 white card for the base. Embossed the sentiments with WOW! Embossing Powder in white.
Below are detailed instructions on how I created the masked heart background. I used Pink and Main’s new surface inks which created awesome blended colors. What I like best about using these is they are very vivid, blend easily and dry quickly. If you haven’t tried them they come in convenient small cubes which makes it much more economical to collect all the many colors. Which by the way, they coordinate with our paper pads! 🙂


Pink and Main Supplies:

Birthday Kids Stamp SetBirthday Kids Die setBirthday Boy Glossy DotsDouble Stitched Heart DiesBoutique Surface Ink PadFire Engine Surface Ink PadSunny Sky Surface Ink Pad

Other Supplies:

White WOW! Embossing Powder and InkRanger Mini Blending ToolMarvy Reminisce White Gel Pen, Stickles, Copic Markers, Blue Post-it tape

Hope you enjoyed the project. Please check out this and other projects on MY BLOG

Crafty hugs,

Pam Pease 😊



Happy birthday little dragon


I would like to share with you cute dragon card. I used Fired Up stamp set and Fired Up Dies. It is very easy card. As no card I used light blue card stock, I stamped with blue ink gifts to make background more interesting. All images are stamped with Versa Mark onyx black and coloured with Zig watercolour markers. As final touch I added light blue Glossy Dots (Birthday Girl Glossy Dots).

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Joyful Spring

Hello Pink and Main Crafters!

It is Pam from the Stamper at Heart Blog.  I am finishing up my Easter cards for friends and family. I just love the sweet stamp set called Joyful Easter.  It has so many cute bunnies, chicks, eggs and sentiments!

Designer Steps:

  1. Use an A2 white card base run through a flip card die cut.  Use DP from the Spring Fling Paper Pad for the side panels.  And for the center medallion use DP from the Shades of Spring
  2. Stamp the center sentiment on the front with Joyful Easter and the inside with Bunny Costume
  3. Stamp the images with Joyful Easter and Sending Waves (sun) then color with copic markers: W1, 2, 3 – R11, 24, 43 – YR02 – Y2, 6
  4. Cut out the images with coordinating die cuts
  5. Pop the images to the card as shown.  Place the center medallions on the card and add the sentiments
  6. Add the Pink Glossy Dots to finish

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Fired Up Birthday Card

Hello everyone and welcome back. Mindy here with you and today I have a card using some new birthday stamp sets from Pink & Main.
I started off by creating masks for my images and stamping them onto Bristol Smooth cardstock.
Did you know Pink & Main carries inks? They sure do! I used On the Grass and Sunny Sky for my background. Then I removed the masks and colored in my images with copic markers.
I added this sentiment banner from the Birthday Kids stamp set and cut out with the coordinating die. For a little dimension, I added foam squares to my banner.
Copics Used
Dragon – V17-15-12
Belly/Wings – BG09-05-01
Present – B04-, Y19-15-11
Cake – E77-74-71
Frosting – Y19-15-11
Horns – W3-1
Plate – C4-2
Green shadow – G02