Birthday Kids Sneak Peak!

Welcome back! Mindy with you today and I have a card and video to share using some new products from Pink & Main that will be released on March 10.
Pink & Main is celebrating a birthday this month and what a way to kick it off with these super cute kids from the Birthday Kids stamp set. I couldn’t pick just one image so I did a boy and a girl for my card.
I’m starting out by creating my heart. I ink blended Picked Raspberry, Carved Pumpkin and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide ink onto Bristol Smooth cardstock. Then I die cut out a heart using the Double Stitched Heart Die using my Big Shot machine.
Next, I’m stamping out my images onto Neenah White cardstock 80 lb with MFT Black Ink which is a copic friendly ink. Then I colored my images in with Copic Markers. I used the coordinating dies that you can purchase separately to cut out my images. I love the fact that I don’t need wire snippers to cut my dies apart. They come already separated !!
I’m stamping a sentiment on top of the ink blended heart using Versafine black ink and then attaching the heart to a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ side folding card. I’ll attach the kiddo with some foam squares and finish off my card with some glossy dots.
Copics Used – Skin – E04-11-21-01-00
Hair – E59-57-35
Green YG09-05-01
Yellow – Y18-13-11
Pink – RV14-13-21
Blue – B06-04-01
Orange – YR07-02-01

You can view my video here on my blog down below or on the Pink & Main  Youtube Channel.



  1. Misslluviaconsol says:

    The image is actually stamped in white ink.   I used StazOn white ink because that is what I have in my stash.   Then you color over the top of the ink when it dries. This stamp set is the same set I used in my previous post.

  2. cweae says:

    Hi Dan, you”re welcome to try it with gochujang if you would like. Though, it will give a quite strong spicy flavor, so you might want to dilute it. Enjoy! freelance copywriter

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