Air Mail

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Hello crafty friends!!
I hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday!
Stacey here with another project that showcases some of those awesome 

Have you seen the adorable little birds that are in the new stamp set called Airmail?

I think they are absolutely adorable and couldn’t wait to get them inky and play. 

I started out by making a shaped card using the biggest scallop in the Scallop Hexagons Dies. I simply folded a piece of white cardstock in half and ran it through my Big Kick with the top of the die hanging off just a bit. That way it didn’t actually cut two scallop hexagons. I hid the fold line by taking the same Scallop Hexagon  and cutting out a piece of plaid paper from the Spring Flings Paper Pad and layering that on top of my card base. I cut out a hexagon from the Nested Hexagons and used an embossing folder for the fun clouds. To make the clouds stand out a little more, I used some distress ink to go around the edges. I stamped out my birds from the Airmail stamp set and colored them in with my Copics. I used the coordinating Airmail dies to cut them out and then I popped them up onto my sky with some foam tape. I added my greeting, also from the Airmail set, with foam tape as well. I finished off my card with a fun little bow. So so so cute!! I love those little birdies!!

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I hope you have a great crafty day!
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Koala card

Hi,

I would like to share with you today clean and simple card with awesome Koala image from Koalaty friends stamp set (+ dies). For background I used paper from Shades of spring paper pad, koala is stamped with Versa fine onyx black ink and coloured with Kuretake Clean color real brush markers. White background is embossed with We are memory keepers embossing folder. It is easy card and I hope you will be inspired by it.

Kate

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Wishes!

Good Morning Pink and Main Friends!

Happy Easter to All! It is Pam M. today and I am sharing a new release word and die set called Wishes!  This card was made for a weekly Color Challenge over at Splitcoaststampers.

Design Steps:

  1. Use a blue A2 card base cut a white piece of card stock 5 3/8 x 4 1/8 and glue to card
  2. Cut the light green mat 5 1/4 x 4 glue to white
  3. Cut the desiger paper mat 5 x 3 3/4 and glue to light green mat
  4. Cut a 4 x 3 1/3 piece of white card stock and using the Pink and Main Scalloped Border Die cut the right edge. Then mount a 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 piece of light green on top of the white and glue to the center of the card
  5. Cut a 1 1/2 x 5 designer paper dove tail and mount on white.  Using the Pink and Main Wishes stamp set stamp warm birthday using versa mark then emboss with white powder.  Add a small white ribbon to the top of the dove tail as shown.  Glue to the card slightly to the left as shown
  6. Cut tear a piece of vellum so that it measures 1 1/2 x 4 mount to the center of the card
  7. Using the Pink and Main Wishes Die Set cut out wishes in white card stock and glue onto the vellum
  8. Add the flowers and pearls to complete the card

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Thanks so much for stopping by!

 Blessings

Pam

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G’Day Mate!!

Hi Everyone! DT Kimberly here today to share a square card using some products from the April 2017 Pink & Main Release.

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I started with a 4.25 x 4.25 white square card base. Then I used the new Take Flight and Take Flight 2 6×6 paper pads, I cut the paper for the background, the dots are on the opposite side of the chevron. This patterned paper is two-sided. Then I die cut the border strip using the new Directional Border dies and some tan colored patterned paper also from the new release. Next, I used the Stitched Circle Dies and the Scalloped Circle Dies and cut a circle and a frame for the cute Koala and sentiment.

The Koala is from the new Koalaty Friends stamp set and Coordinating Dies. I colored the cute Koala with copic markers and then die cut it with the coordinating die. I added it to the framed scallop circle with some foam adhesive. Then I heat embossed the “G’day Mate!” sentiment from the set on gray cardstock in white and added it to the frame with a mini clothespin.

The critters and sentiments in this stamp set are just so much fun!
I hope you are inspired today and get crafty to join the current Pink and Main Challenge: Movable Parts!

For more details, please visit my {blog} and have a Wonderful Day!

Kimberly

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Butterfly Hello

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Hello crafty friends!!

I hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday!

Stacey here with another project that showcases some of those awesome  Pink and Main stamps and dies.

I love the butterflies in the Inspire stamp set and really love that there are now coordinating dies!!

I wanted to make a fairly simple card that would be super easy and flat to mail. I love the look of ombre so I inked up my butterflies from the Inspire stamp set starting with a light blue and progressing downwards until the purple. I set that off to the side to dry for a bit since I used some chalk ink. Once it was dry, I used the coordinating Inspire Dies to cut it out. I know I said this earlier but I LOVE that there are dies now!! I used my ink pad to ink up some scrap cardstock with the purple color. I ran it through my die cutting machine once it was dry using the Hello die. I popped up my butterflies with some foam tape for a little dimension. I added just a touch of wink of stella to the hello and a few of the butterflies for a little shimmer. I added some sequins and a blue twine bow at the top and finished off my card by rounding the bottom two corners. So simple but I think it turned out absolutely beautiful!

You can see the Pink & Main Store HERE
and the Pink & Main Creations Gallery on Facebook HERE.

Don’t forget about this month’s challenge! You can find more details about that by clicking on the challenge tab at the top of this page.

For the full supply list on my project, be sure to visit my blog HERE.
Thanks for stopping by!
I hope you have a great crafty day!
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