Pinkfresh Studio Holiday Stamp & Die Release Blog Hop

It's this time of the year again! Let the holiday crafting begin! Thank you for stopping by! I have a few ideas for you featuring Merry Days stamps and coordinating die from the new release. I also have a video where I walk you through the release, share some ideas and the cards I've made… Continue reading Pinkfresh Studio Holiday Stamp & Die Release Blog Hop

Pinkfresh Studio: Three hexagon-licious cards

Hello, crafty people! Happy to see you here! I have three ideas to share with you on how to use Basic Label Frames and some other Pinkfresh Studio favourites. Let's jump right in! For my first card, I die-cut five hexagon windows with the dies from the Basic Label Frames set in a piece of white cardstock. Then… Continue reading Pinkfresh Studio: Three hexagon-licious cards

Quick video tip: Creating backgrounds with acrylic paints

Hey, crafty firends! Just dropping by to share with you a quick tip on creating easy backgrounds with acrylic paints. This technique is perfect for creating quick cards. You can embellish them with die-cuts or stamps. And you get to use your stash of acrylic paints! Here're some close-up phtotos. As always, thank you so… Continue reading Quick video tip: Creating backgrounds with acrylic paints

Lost in the City shadow box card for Die-cutting Essentials

Hey, crafty friends! I was excited to create a card for an issue of Die-cutting Essentials. I went for a dimensional shadow box card featuring Lost in the City set from Pinkfresh Studio. Below I have step by step instruction on how to make this card. The card folds flat, but I had to make… Continue reading Lost in the City shadow box card for Die-cutting Essentials

Three quick layouts from one sheet of paper

Hey, crafty friends! Happy to see you here! I have three super quick layouts I made with just one sheet of the gorgeous Live Your Dream paper from Altenew. Well, not only one sheet of paper to be honest. I also used some embellishments and stickers from the collection as well as some watercolors and… Continue reading Three quick layouts from one sheet of paper