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Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Pinkfresh Studio Anenome Magic

Good morning friends!

Let me share some Anenome Magic washi tape with you by Pinkfresh Studio!

So, I tried something a bit different with these two cards. Card # 3 (out of 10) above and below was created using navy cardstock as the backing for the washi tape instead of white cardstock. I wanted to see how bold it would be. I think it is really bold and quite striking actually


You will see the next card is on white cardstock, and I think there is quite a difference, don't you?

Card #4 below is another slimline card with some added gold accents. I used just one part of the washi tape here as I wanted to create a 'less busy' cleaner cut design.  



I hope as I present my designs to you, they inspire you to create something that makes you feel good. I love this incredible washi tape, and as I said in my last post, I really think it would be a great addition in your stash especially if you want to create something that doesn't need you to be great at colouring in images.

Well, whatever you do today I hope it brings you joy.

Take care!



Monday, May 3, 2021

Pinkfresh Studio English Garden


Hi all

I was absolutely blown away at winning the whole March release from Pinkfresh Studios!

This release comprised of 5 different wide washi tapes and each washi tape had a matching stamp set and matching die set. How amazing is that?!

Well, I wanted to make some cards as soon as possible, but the package took a week while to get to Canada, with supply issues that is plaguing the world right now. 

Anyway, over the last couple of weekends I have been a busy bee and I hope I do these beautiful washi tape and stamp goodies justice.

One thing I can say is the washi tapes are stunning, and so easy to use. You lay the washi across your favourite cardstock, then die cut. Easy peasy! Then all you have to do is design your card. There's no colouring in with mediums, so if colouring is not something you feel confident with-these washi tapes will be an answer to your dreams.

In total, I have created 10 cards with my winnings. I have created two card designs from each washi/stamp & die set. I plan to make five posts and each post will showcase one of the five sets, sharing the two cards I have designed from each set. 

The first washi set I want to show you of course is, English Garden
I say this because I am English! All I could think of was flowers growing up a trellis, which is so common over in the UK. Flowers grow so well, which I miss very much living in Calgary.


This set has a wreath design to it and as you can see I used this to centralize my design. In one die cut I was able to get the added florals and the butterfly to help add that extra dimension. Also, by the time I had made this card, I had received my first order of Pinkfresh's newest additions, the hot plates. I used the Best Wishes hot plate for the sentiment here.


Below is the second card using this set. You will see I decided to emphasize the green instead. Same concept of trellis work, but with a different wreath set up. 

You will see the sentiment, this is a hot glimmer sentiment by Spellbinders that I had in my stash. I usually like to use all the same companies in my designs, but hot plates are a new thing for PF and I am so excited about them because they make the perfect addition to Pinkfresh's line of products.


Well, I hope I have inspired you? 😃

Remember to come back and check my other designs because there are some slimline cards coming too!

Take care for now....