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PRETTY PINK POSH Blog Hop | Penguin Pals + Ornament Shaker Die

By on November 15, 2018

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Hello crafty friends! Thank you for joining us today on the Pretty Pink Posh September release blog hop! If you just came from the amazing Yoonsun Hur blog, you are at the right place!

Today my card features a few goodies from the newest release! I started by stamping out Penguin Pals onto Bristol paper and colored them with Zig markers. I went the whimsical route and made some blue penguins today. (I wanted it to coordinate with the beautiful Winter Days confetti mix that is also new with this release.) After I finished coloring, I die cut them all with their coordinating dies.

I then cut a piece of Bristol smooth card stock to A2 size. I ink blended with Distress Inks in Stormy Sky and Tumbled Glass. After it dried, I used the new Ornament Shaker die to cut out it’s outline. I then cut out another Ornament Shaker die out of light blue card stock and inlayed it into the cutout of the ink blended panel. I glued a piece of sturdy acetate behind these pieces to create my shaker window. I doubled up some foam tape and built up my well and filled it with Winter Days confetti mix. I slowly and carefully adhered the A2 card base to the panel and my shaker is finished.

I adhered the little penguins to the card with foam tape and my card is finished!

Pretty Pink Posh Products I Used:

Penguin Pals stamp set
Penguin Pals coordinating dies
Winter Days confetti mix
Ornament Shaker die

Don’t forget to comment to enter the giveaway! There are 4 $25 gift certificates up for grabs (two winners each day). Winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop. Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PDT on 11/20/2018. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.

Today’s Blog Hop Lineup

Pretty Pink Posh blog
Amy Yang
Alix Davis
Jeanne Jachna
Kay Miller
Angelica Conrad
Melody Rupple
Mindy Baxter
Yoonsun Hur
Thi Lam <– You are here –>
Heather Hoffman
Nichol Spohr
Kelly Latevola

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25 Days of Christmas Tags 2018 | Pretty Pink Posh

By on November 12, 2018

Hi everybody! Today I am participating in the 25 Days of Christmas Tags put together by the amazing Tracey McNeely. Please check out her blog for more information about this event!

Today I will be representing Pretty Pink Posh using only 1 small stamp set and one die set from the new release. I want to show that you can make beautiful things without having to spend a lot of money!

I started by stamping out Caroling Critters with Versafine Antique Sepia and coloring with Zig Markers. I fussy cut all the critters out to get 3 separate images instead of one large one. I will be making 3 tags out of these 3 images.

I then die cut 3 of the ornaments from Stitched Ornaments die out of Bristol paper then ink blended with Distress Ink in Peacock Feathers, Dried Marigold and Worn Lipstick. I started from the top of the ornament and faded into white. Next, I die cut the tops in silver glitter paper and glued them on the ornament with wet glue.

For the sentiments, I heat emboss the sentiments that come with Caroling Critters in silver embossing powder.

To finish the card, I adhered my critters onto the ornaments with foam tape and my tags are done and ready to be attached to some fun gifts!

Thank you for stopping by! Don’t forget to visit Tracey’s blog to see more fun projects for the 25 Days of Christmas Tags!

 

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Autumn Greetings Shaker Card | Pretty Pink Posh

By on October 26, 2018

Hello, friends! I was in a shaker card mood so I made this autumn greeting card with products from the Pretty Pink Posh September release. I started by stamping out the images from Pumpkin Patch Critters, coloring them with Copic markers and die cutting them out with coordinating dies. I set this aside to start on my background and shaker component.

I die cut the Thanks Leaf Shaker Die out of glitter card stock. I decided to cut on the “thanks” today but technically I could have left it. (I had a different design in my head originally but ended up aborting. This completed card could have kept the “thanks” word in the original die cut.) I die cut the Thanks Leaf Shaker die out of patter paper and inlaid my leaf into it. I put some acetate in the back and build up the entire panel with foam tape where I filled my shaker with gold and star confetti by Pretty Pink Posh. I adhere the card base and the base is done.

For the sentiment, I heat emboss it with gold embossing powder onto white card stock. I cut this down and added a little ink blending to the bottom just so it was so starch white. I then adhere the sentiment strip directly onto the card base and adhered my critters onto the card with foam tape. That’s it! My card is complete.

I hope I was able to inspire you today. As always, thank you for stopping by!

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Pretty Pink Posh + Glue Dots Collaboration Blog Hop

By on October 18, 2018

Hi friends! If you just came here from Dawn‘s fabulous blog, then you are in the right place. How are you enjoying the blog hop so far? The designers have all done an amazing job! Tons of amazing inspiration and I would like to share with you my project and hopefully I can inspire you as well!

Today’s card features products from both Pretty Pink Posh and Glue Dots! I started by stamping and heat embossing the beautiful Anemones images with Zig markers. I cut everything out with coordinating dies.

Then, I inked up the background with Distress Ink from the outside in and left the middle lighter to highlight my sentiment.

I heat embossed the sentiment and adhere images with Glue Dots Permanent GlueTape and two flowers with foam tape for dimension. I adhere the entire panel to an A2 card base with more GlueTape. I then used the Mini Glue Dots N Go to add the gold jewels and my card is finished.

GIVEAWAY

No blog hop is complete without some prizes. Are you ready for some awesome giveaways? Each company has a prize pack to give away!

  • Glue Dots Prize Pack- An assortment of adhesives valued at $100!
  • Pretty Pink Posh Prize Pack- An assortment of goodies up to the value of $75!

The only thing you need to do for a chance to win is leave a comment on each of the design team members blogs!

Winners will be chosen at random from comments left on all blogs on the blog hop by 6:00 AM PST on October 23rd. Winners will be announced on the Pretty Pink Posh and Glue Dots blog.

Continue hopping along with the amazing designers. Don’t forget to leave a comment along the way for a chance to win an amazing prize.

Pretty Pink Posh blog
Melanie
Gemma
Grace
Yoonsun
Dawn
Thi <– You Are Here –>
Amanda
Glue Dots blog

Thank you for joining us today on a fun Pretty Pink Posh + Glue Dots Collaboration Blog Hop!

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Pretty Pink Posh | Halloween Theme Week

By on October 4, 2018

Hello crafty friends! Today’s card I made using a bunch of fun Halloween goodies from Pretty Pink Posh for our Halloween Theme Week! I just love these sweet images and the colors are very different from my usual soft colors and pastels – but I just LOVE this card. Maybe because it’s unique to my usual…or maybe because I love Halloween. Either case, if you like it as much as I do, I will show you how I made it!

First, I stamped all the images I decided to use with Copic-Friendly Memento Tuxedo Black onto white card stock. I colored everything with Copic markers. After I finished coloring, I die cut the images with coordinating dies and set aside to word on my background.

I love to ink blend so I knew I was going to make an ink blended background. I was going to do my usual and just have orange fade into white. But I don’t know. Today I was inspired to step outside of my comfort and just play with colors. I was so glad I did! I blended Dried Marigold, Spiced Marmalade, Candied Apple,  Wilted Violet, Seedless Preserves and Chipped Sapphire for my background. I love that the dried marigold was dramatically lighter than the rest of the colors making it look like it’s glowing. I splattered water then splattered paint and set this aside to dry.

While my background was drying, I die cut the smaller of the two Window Frames dies out of vellum paper to make a translucent moon for my background. I stamped the sentiment with Versamark and heat embossed with gold embossing powder.

Now it was time to assemble my card! I adhered the vellum “moon” on first with strong tape at the bottom of the moon since I knew my critters would cover this up. I also added a few dots of wet glue to the back of the sentiment to hide the adhesive. I then arranged the critters from Halloween Pals on with foam tape. I used glue dots for Halloween Friends’ bats and spider straight on the card. I added a few gold jewels and my card is finished!

Pretty Pink Posh Products Used:

Halloween Pals
Halloween Pals Coordinating Dies
Halloween Friends
Halloween Friends Coordinating Dies
Window Frames Dies
Metallic Gold Jewels

Thank you for stopping by!

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PRETTY PINK POSH Cuddly Cats Shaker Card

By on September 18, 2018

Hello crafty friends! Today I have a fun shaker card for you highlighting Cuddly Cats from the Pretty Pink Posh September release. These are some sweet images for those cat lovers out there! I thought it was only fair to feature some cats since my last card/post was all about the pups!

Let’s get started. I stamped out these sweet images onto Bristol smooth card stock and stamped them with Versafine in Vintage Sepia. I have just really been feeling the soft results using this ink instead of a black. I also been in love with my Zig Clean Color Brush Markers because of how easily and quickly they blend. (Full disclosure: I work full time and craft at night and the Zigs have been helping me adjust to my new DT schedule working for two brands.) After I finished coloring, I die cut out the images with their coordinating dies.

I cut a piece of plaid paper into A2 size (4.25 x 5.5) and covered up an A2 card base with it. I then die cut Stitched Pieces die onto white cardstock. I aligned it pretty close to the top to leave room for a sentiment at the bottom. I also die cut the two sides with the Scallop Borders die to give it a finished look. At this point, you want to stamp the sentiment on when it’s nice and flat. I made this mistake too many times and it won’t be my last. 🙂

Now it’s time to build a shaker. I put some acetate on the back of the white Stitched Pieces I just die cut. I then built up two layers of foam tape around each window and the frame. I then filled the windows with the 3m sparkling clear sequins and mini iridescent stars. I then flipped my card base and adhered it on top of the white piece very slowly and carefully to ensure everything is aligned.

Now that the stressful part is completed, I popped my colored images on with foam tape for extra dimension and my card is complete!

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Pretty Pink Posh September Release

By on September 14, 2018

Pretty Pink Posh September 2018 Blog Hop

Pretty Pink Posh September 2018 Release

Hello, crafty friends! Thank you for hopping along with us! Are you enjoying what you’re seeing?! I’m certainly am! This fall release from Pretty Pink Posh is amazing! I really couldn’t pick a favorite from the lot, but I decided to start with the sweet images from Pumpkin Patch Critter Friends because I’m just a critters girl. I love me some adorable critters and these are  perfect for the upcoming fall.

I started my card by stamping out the images I wanted to use with Versamark Vintage Sepia ink onto Bristol smooth cardstock. I knew I was going to color with Zigs today. Lately, I’ve been really feeling my Zigs. I just love the way it blends on Bristol paper but it’s also very quick to blend. Real life has been very busy with the new school year, so I love how fast I can color with Zigs.

Any who, I then die cut everything with their coordinating dies and set them aside for later.

I cut an A2 size background also out of Bristol smooth paper and ink blended from the bottom up with Distress Ink in Peacock Feathers. I added more pressure in the bottom and faded up to white. I then flicked on some Peacock Feathers splatters onto of my blending and my background is done.

After the background was completely dry, I used Versamark ink and heat emboss the sentiment that comes with this stamp set in gold embossing powder.

I adhered all my critters onto the card with foam tape and finished with some beautiful gold jewels and my card is finished.

Again, this card is relatively simple but really packs a punch w/ the beautiful images and jewels!

Thank you for stopping by! I hope I inspired you to make some fun fall cards soon!

Giveaway

Don’t forget! There are 4 $25 gift certificates up for grabs (two winners each day). Winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop. Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PST on 9/18/2018. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.

Hop along with all the amazing designers today and don’t forget to leave comments for more chances to win in the giveaway:

Pretty Pink Posh blog
Yana Smakula
Alix Davis
Jeanne Jachna
Crystal Thompson
Mindy Eggen
Joni Andaya
Caly Person
Melody Rupple
Lexa Levana
Thi Lam <– You are here –>
Suzy Plantamura


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Winter Wonderland in August | Pretty Pink Posh

By on August 5, 2018

Pretty Pink Posh Winter Wonderland by Thi LamHello, crafty friends! I hope you’re having a wonderful summer day today! It’s August and 90 degrees in California! Maybe it’s the heat that compelled me to make a Christmas card in the summer, but that’s what I did and I love it! Let’s begin the process on this cute card I made featuring Pretty Pink Posh stamps and dies.

First, I stamped Winter Wonderland critters onto white card stock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I colored everything with Copic colors and die cut with coordinating dies.

Next, I die cut the Merry Christmas script die 3 times on white card stock. I stacked them and glued them together for dimension. If you’ve read a few of my other posts, you will know that I love me some dimensions…especially when it comes to word dies.

Then, I ink blended a wintery background with Distress Ink in Blueprint Sketch, Salty Ocean and Tumbled Glass. After that, I sprayed some water and lifted some of the ink so I have those cool spots that Distress Ink makes when it reacts with water. Then, I flicked on some Gansai metallic white ink (because it was already on my desk. If I was to do this again, I would have chosen an opaque white paint) to look like a flurry.

After my background dried, I put the card together! I glued the sentiment die with Ranger media matte to the top of the card. The critters were arranged on the bottom. I left the bottom of my background white to look like snow and popped up all my critters with foam tape for…yup, dimension.

The card was finished off with some sparkling clear snowflakes and I am feeling 10 degrees cooler now! I hope you like my card and thank you so much for stopping by!


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Pretty Pink Posh + WOW Collaboration

By on July 23, 2018

Pretty Pink Posh + WOW

Hello crafty friends! Today’s project is part of a very special blog hop collaboration with Pretty Pink Posh & WOW! Embossing Powder! As with any fun blog hop, there are some great prizes so be sure to comment for your chance to win!

Let’s begin! First, I stamped the beautiful Pretty Pink Posh Hummingbird Thanks images with Versamark onto Bristol smooth card stock. I covered the images with WOW! Embossing Powder in Rose Glitz (which is a very cute pink gold pretty true to rose gold) and heated it with my heat gun until the images were smooth and melted. I then did the same process with Pretty Pink Posh Flourishing Fuchsias stamps. I colored all the images with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers and die cut them with their coordinating dies.

Next, I ink blended my background with Distress Ink and splashed water on top for some interest. I let this dry and heat emboss the sentiment from Encouraging Greetings in the same WOW! Rose Glitz embossing powder. This embossing powder is a gorgeous metallic pink color. I love it!

I adhere all the images onto foam tape and arranged it onto my A2 card. To finish the card, I adhere Pretty Pink Posh rose gold sequins. These matched the embossing powder perfectly!

This card is relatively simple with a lot of impact due to the beautiful images and gorgeous rose colored embossing powder! That’s it for my card!

Blog Hop Designer List

Please continue hopping along with the amazing designers below.

WOW! Embossing Blog
Jaine
Jo
Julie
Justine
Lexa
Marge
Marion
Melody
Riikka
Thi <– You are here.
Yoonsun
Olga Lukaseviciene
Zsoka
Pretty Pink Posh Blog

Giveaway

No blog is complete without some fun prizes! Are you ready for this?

  • WOW! Embossing Powder – Any 6 powders from your choosing along with a WOW carry case to store your proders safetly.
  • Pretty Pink Posh Prize Pack – An assortment of goodies up to the value of $75!

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on each of the design team members’ blogs!

Winners will be chosen at random from comments left on all blogs on the blog hop by 6:00 AM PST on Sunday, July 29th. Winners will be announced on the Pretty Pink Posh and WOW! Embossing blog.


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Camping Friends | Pretty Pink Posh

By on July 20, 2018

Pretty Pink Posh Camping Friends

Hello crafty friends! Today’s sweet card features the adorable Camping Friends stamp set by Pretty Pink Posh. I made this to help promote the 3-day sale that we are having over at Pretty Pink Posh. Don’t forget to check it out before it’s too late.

How To Process

I first stamped all the images with Versafine Sepia ink then colored them with Zig Markers. Then, I took out my Cuttlebug and die cut them with coordinating dies. Coordinating dies is such a luxury and a time-saver!

Next, I masked off a piece of A2 cardstock with painter’s tape to create a clean, white border. I ink blended with Distressed Inks and splashed with water to get that beautiful white spots that happens when you put water onto Distressed Inks. Then, I carefully removed my masking tape and my background is finished.

After the background dried, I adhered all the images with foam tape for dimension. Pretty Pink Posh beautiful sequins were added and my card is finished.

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