Hi cardmaking friends. It’s the 20th today so it’s hop day with my Crafty Friends and I have Pinkfresh Studio Rainbow Cards to share with you.
Hope you’re doing ok dealing with the social restrictions and like me, enjoying some extra time stamping. It’s such a great way to take your mind off the stress of what is going on in the world right now. Grab a tea and take a few minutes to be e-social (germ free, LOL), and hop through the posts for some wonderful card inspiration.
I also have a special shopping coupon for you for today and tomorrow, so read on.
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This month, We are happy to announce our special Brand is PINKFRESH Studios I LOVE their products and so excited when they Hopped on board with us to bring you this hop.
Even more exciting, PINKFRESH Studio has given me a special coupon to share with you. use code: CRAFTYFRIENDS20 on orders you place through me today, and tomorrow, March 20 – 21. This coupon does exclude the New release and any products already on sale. SHOP PINKFRESH and stock up with this great discount.
Pinkfresh also has a Weekend Promotion – March 20 – 22nd,
Buy the Escape the Ordinary Stamp Set and get the coordinating die free – SHOP HERE – no code necessary (and the above 20% does not apply as it’s already deeply discounted).
I did something on these cards I seldom do. No ink and no stamps. Both cards are made entirely of die cut pieces and strips of colored card stock. It was so much fun to challenge myself to do this and it helps clean out your scrap bin too. It could also be called a “minimal supply” card set.
For Card #1
I used the new Diagonal Stripes with Window Die cut in white. I glued the strips of colored card to the back and then attached it to a top folding A2 card base in White.
I die cut the sentiment and glued it to the center. Fast, fun and fabulous….and the box in the center is big enough for almost any sentiment.
For card #2:
- I cut a rainbow of card stock into different widths and glued them to a top folding A2 card base.
- Next I cut out the Essentials Pretty Frames Die Set and used foam tape to mount them to the front. I kept two of the frames together as I loved that dotted frame, but it’s very fragile on it’s own, just a heads up there.
- Then I used the Classic Words Die Set for the sentiments.
There is no “let’s” in this set, but if you cut Celebrate and Congrats out in black, you can take the “le” from celebrate and the “ts” from Congrats and glue them together. I used the inside from the “e” for the apostrophe.
Now it’s time to hop along and visit my Crafty Friends who have some FABULOUS projects for you. Next up is my lovely friend Sue. If you get lost along the way, here is our list:
Jen Timko – Jen is away today as she is a pilot and has flights – stay safe and healthy my friend.
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