Monday, January 17, 2022

Pinkfresh Studio January 2022 Stamp, Die, Stencil, and Hot Foil Release



Hello Friends! Welcome to the first Pinkfresh Studio release of 2022! It's a great way to kick off the new year, with a scripty word hot foil set, a couple background stencil sets, a cover plate die you'll use all the time, a fun foliage die that will enhance all your floral sets, and one heck of a floral set.

You may have come from the fabulously "creative chick" Jenn Shurkus, but if not feel free to start at the beginning with Pinkfresh Studio.


Floral Envelope Stamp

One of my favorites from this release is the Floral Envelope Stamp, which of course also has a coordinating die and coloring stencil set. I'd love to share two different ways to use this fabulous set ...

This set has a cute little envelope that you can make good use of all those tiny scraps of patterned paper you've been hoarding. If you look closely, you'll see it's lined with the same citron green as the letters ... TIP: just die cut another envelope and slip it through the slit for an easy coordinated lined envelope!

The flowers are all colored the same via the stencil, for ease, as well as to keep it a little more uniform with all we have going on this card. I added two white sprigs of the new Curvy Foliage Die which is going to get a TON of use!

The sentiment on black also comes with this set, bonus. I loved pairing the new scripted "hey" hot foil and die
with the oldie but goodie Lea's Ornate Uppercase Dies. "Hey Boo" is such a sweet, endearing, and on-trend sentiment.

And check out those sexy copper-foiled hearts on the heart I cut out of cardstock!! 

I must admit the background of this card came about by happy accident. This is one of the three stencils in the Geo Blocks Layering Stencils Set. It's the first stencil I started with, and when I lifted the stencil I thought it looked pretty darn good so I just stopped there! Quite a versatile stencil.

Here's another look for the
Floral Envelope Stamp set ... skipping the envelope and just using the flower bunch. Now those stems are visible and you have a great place to put the ribbon that also comes with the set. TIP: bend both sides of the ribbon up for some extra dimension without needing to layer or use foam tape.

Unlike the first card where the flowers were all the same color, I changed the colors on this bouquet because I wanted it to be the main focal point. Also added some 
Curvy Foliage Die to "fancy" it up!

Did you happen to notice the copper-foiled stripes on the bottom of the oval?! One of my favorite design elements! I was staring at this empty oval area for several minutes, and then thought of the new Arch Backdrop Hot Foil Plate ... just use either of the long sides to add a wonderful set of foil stripes wherever you need! 

And of course we can't not talk about that fabulous Sparkling Diamonds Cover Plate Die on the background that I'll be using all the time.  Love the tone-on-tone pattern you get when you subtly blend ink on top. All the cracks catch and highlight the color so you're left with an easy design that will always coordinate with itself (much like versamark-inked designs).

Hope you enjoyed my two different looks for the Floral Envelope Stamp, with the floral bunch both inside and separate from the envelope!


We will be giving away the full release on the Pinkfresh blog & YouTube channel!! We will also be giving away a total of TEN $25  gift cards, so comment along the hop for more chances to win. The winners will be posted on January 25, 2022 on the GIVEAWAY PAGE, so check back and claim any prize within 2 weeks. GOOD LUCK!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies Used (affiliate links, thanks so much for your support!)

Fancy Script Hot Foil

Fancy Script Word Die

Geo Blocks Stencil Set

Curvy Foliage Die

Sparkling Diamond Die

Floral Envelope Die

Floral Envelope Die

Floral Envelope Stamp

Heart Grid Hot Foil Plate



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