I adore this new set. I stamped these cute fish and fish bowl and die cut the coordinating dies. I used some of the designer paper from the new The Shore paper pad for the water. I just stamped it and fussy cut to fit in the bowl. I also fussy cut around the rocks so they stayed white. I used some foam adheres to give the fish some dimension.
It is Zsofi here with a very refreshing card I made with the newly released Happy Hour stamp set. Isn’t it perfect for any summer birthdays? Even for guys. Or just because 🙂
I started with a strip of Bristol Smooth cardstock and stamped couple of the drinks from the Happy hour stamp set with waterproof black ink. I coloured them with Tombow markers and stamped a sentiment on the top with black ink.
I also decided to add some Cheers! as well which I stamped in green around the glasses. I gave this panel a black mat and adhered it to a piece of green bouquet patterned paper from The Shore paper pad.
As a finishing touch I added some clear shimmer to the ice cubes and emphasized all the fruits with glossy accents.
I also added some yellow and green gems which add so much to the fresh look.
I hope you liked my card today and will check back later for more fun projects from our fabulous Design Team.
Hi everyone! It’s Jeannie (InsideoutJeans) on the blog today with Pink and Main’s new release with the amazing stamp set named, Starfish Wishes. I hope you’ve been enjoying all the new items and get inspired to create. I definitely am loving this June release for all the summery items! They are pretty amazing and I hope you think so too.
First of all, I love seahorses and I fell in love immediately with the little girl on a seahorse so I knew I had to use her right away. I stamped her out and wanted to make this image the focus of this card.
It was so fun to color her in! I personally love larger spaces on images so I can put in some details. I definitely love how her hair turned out. Because I wanted to keep the focus on her, I pulled out the largest of the new Reverse Scallop Circle dies, and die cut out using this teal glitter cardstock I had. I wanted the teal to match her memaid outfit.
I didn’t want to leave a plain white background behind her, so I pulled out a piece of patterned paper from new paper pad, The Shore and picked a simple ombre wave looking piece of paper. I layered it on top of white and then on top of another layer of teal glitter.
I stamped out the sentiment on white cardstock and then as a finishing touch, I added some Silver Glossy Hearts. These were perfect as they look like little water bubbles but just a little sweeter since they were hearts.
I love how sweet this card turned out and I hope you’re enjoying all the fun projects using the new release!
Thanks for stopping by! Come back again soon for some more inspiration and ideas!
Hey, Pink & Main Fans – Kathy here. Are you having a great summer? I do love summer! The weather has been lovely – warm, but no humidity and there’s a more relaxed feel around town. Although I’d much rather be at beach, hanging out on the patio in the evenings to listen to the birds and enjoy how green things are makes me happy.
To make my card I started by stamping the mermaid image onto white card stock, colored and die cut. Set it aside.
Next using the stencil and some glitter paste I created my background onto Paradise colored card stock. Let it dry and cut down to 3 3/4″x 5″. Once completely dry, stamp sentiment with Versamark ink and emboss in white.
Assemble your card onto white note card and add some ice rink confetti as finishing touch.
Thank you so much for stopping by and hope you have a creative day.