Hello Friends! I am so thrilled to take part in the June Pinkfresh Blog Hop celebrating the release of their new set of Pop Out stamps and dies! These are so darn cool ... the pieces of the cling stamp actually POP OUT, as you may guess from the name and/or picture, which allows you to be super flexible with your designs.
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With everyone being at home since mid March, I haven't had a lot of time to craft, so this was one of my first times back in my craft room. It felt amazing! And I sure had fun playing with these new products. Let's take a look ...
When I finished stamping the Pop Out Sunburst I literally said to myself "HELLO" ... so that's the inspiration for the sentiment right there! I wasn't sure how these pop outs would work at first, but you really just pop them out from the frame and stamp the ones you want. I had the whole set on my Misti, removed half the sections, inked the remaining sections with yellow, and stamped. Then I put those sections back on the Misti, took out the sections I had just stamped, inked those with orange, and stamped again.
Just a few minutes and I was done with this card! The pop outs make it so easy to do something that would have taken a lot of thought and fiddling with a "normal" stamp.
With the Intricate Mandala die medallion in the center, it reminds me of a stained glass window, so I thought this would make a perfect sympathy card (always hard for me to make) with the addition of a "prayers" sentiment from Phrase Builder.
The possibilities are endless!
Same card, two different looks.
Wanting to see what the other patterns looked like, I started another card with the same masculine colors.
Breaking out of the grid, literally, I tried another card with just stamping random hexagons in different colors and patterns. The possibilities really are limitless here!
This card also came from cleaning up. I had to cut another white hexagon for the prior card (to hide a stamping error, shhh!!) so I just used a small rectangle of cardstock. As I was sweeping away the scraps, I thought this little piece would make a great frame for something on a card.
So I filled it with some leftover floral dies in the top frame, and the bottom frame has one of the flowers that comes in this set, and the coordinating floral die. Fun!
My final card is a soccer ball! In the grass, ha! Couldn't be easier to make, as you just piece in the different black and white hexagons. Love that this is a totally different look from the other cards, showing just how flexible these hexagons can be.
Such a great card for boys!
Hope you enjoyed all the cards using only TWO of the new sets from this release:
- Pop Out Sunburst Stamp and Die; and
- Pop Out Hexagons Stamp and Die.
Happily, there happen to be a few fun promotions going on right now! The first is getting this adorable die cut above for free with a $25 purchase. No need to do anything special, it will automatically load into your cart. Easy!
The second is free US shipping or discounted international shipping! Please see above for the codes to activate these sales. AND ...
The FULL RELEASE will be given away on the Pinkfresh blog, IG feed & YouTube channel!! I am also giving away a $25 gift card on this blog post (along with everyone else on this hop!) Please comment below for a chance to win. The winner will be chosen on June 19, 2020 on the GIVEAWAY PAGE. You must check that page & claim your prize within 2 weeks. Good luck!
Now I am happy to send you along to the blog of another Kelly, Kelly Lunceford, who will wow you with her projects!
Thanks for stopping by!
Supplies Used (affiliate links, thanks so much for your support!):
|Pop Out Hexagons Cling Stamp|
|Simply Hexagons Die|
|Pop Out Hexagons Floral Bunches Die Set|
|Pop Out Sunburst Cling Stamp|
|Pop Out Sunburst Die|