Sandi MacIver, Paper Craft Artist -

Pinkfresh Studio Detailed Leaf

Hey card making friends, I have a fun new card for you today created with the Pinkfresh Studio Detailed Leaf.  Products used today are from the newest release and includes the leaf stamp set, coordinating dies, stencils and hot foil plate.  I opted not to get the hot foil plate because I can Gold Emboss the image using the stamp set.  Also, I’m trying to stay within my crafting budget, LOL… know how that is.

Anyway, I love using these layered stencils to create cards.  They make you look so artistic with so little work, LOL.  It’s also great fun trying out new color combinations for these leaves.


Pinkfresh Studio Detailed Leaf handmade card

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You will find a downloadable PDF File at the end of this post for you containing the supply list and measurements etc. for creating today’s card.


handmade greeting card with green and blue leaves over an embossed background created with new card making products from PinkFresh Studios

How to create the Pinkfresh Studio Detailed Leaf Card:

Start by cutting a piece of cardstock into quarters 4 x 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″.  Set one aside and using a Misti, stamp the leaf image on each of the other 3 in VersaMark Ink, cover with gold embossing powder, shake off the excess and heat set.

Next, use the coordinating stencils to color in the leaves with Pinkfresh Ink colors:  Ocean Breeze? Aquamarine/Mermaid Cove/Tidal Pond.  The stencils are numbered in the top left corner of each to assist you with placement and I started with the lightest color at #1 working my way to the darkest.

Then, rub the images with a dry towel to remove any ink sitting on top of the embossing and then die cut with the coordinating die.

Finally, place inside a SPLAT BOX, and spatter with gold and white paint


handmade greeting card with green and blue leaves over an embossed background created with new card making products from PinkFresh Studios

Creating the background for the Card:

Start by placing the Geo Blocks Hot Foil plate onto the base platform of your die cutting machine.  Then, spritz the 4th piece of white cardstock you cut at 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ with water and lay it on top of the plate.

Next, place a silicone impression pad over this with a cutting pad and run through the die cutting machine.  (Note the sandwich for this may differ for your machine).  This will emboss the card front with the design on the hot foil plate.

Next, attach the card front to a top folding A2 sized card base.  4-1/4″ x 11″ score and fold at 5 -1/2″.

Then, use foam squares to attach the color leaf pieces randomly around the card front cutting off any overhang.

Finally, Add a gold embossed sentiment from the Foiled Sentiment 3 kit and embellish with Pinkfresh Studio glitter drops in Aqua (these are really blingy).


handmade greeting card with green and blue leaves over an embossed background created with new card making products from PinkFresh Studios

I hope you enjoyed today’s card share.  It’s super simple but really artsy and will work for any occasion by simply changing out the sentiment.  PS, there are 30 different sentiments in each Die Cut Sentiments kit.

I’ve created a downloadable PDF file for you with all the instructions, photo and supply list.  You can save it in your computer or print it off to help you recreate the card.


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Card Making Supplies used for the Pinkfresh Studio Detailed Leaf Card:

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10 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio Detailed Leaf”

  1. A new reader of your blog, though I know your name from seeing other cards of yours. I love using foliage on cards, so really enjoyed this example, Sandi. A really lovely and colorful card!

    1. Thank you Kathy, and thanks for finding me. I love using foliage on cards too, LOL, that would explain the abundance of leaf dies in my stash, haha. Thanks so much for finding me

  2. Lovely Sandi, sure looks beautiful with gold and tears. Had to giggle at the stay within your craft budget bit! Xx

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