Hello friends! Maureen and Michele here from KreativeKinship to share a beautiful, but easy, floral card using some new products by Pinkfresh Studio. Let’s get started!
Once the ink was completely dry, the colored panel was put back into the stamping platform. Embossing ink was stamped over the image and gold embossing powder was then added and heat set. Once the embossing was cool, the frame was cut out using the coordinating die.
An A2 sized white piece of cardstock was cut using a Triple Line Diamond Panel die from Waffle Flower. Another piece of white cardstock was debossed using the Lush Vines hot foil plate by Pinkfresh Studio. The debossed cardstock was trimmed and adhered behind the Triple Line Diamond diecut using liquid glue.
The sentiment was stamped with embossing ink, covered with the same gold embossing powder used on the frame and then heat set. Using the coordinating die, the sentiment was cut out and adhered to the card front with foam squares. For some added sparkle and shine, metallic pearls were adhered to the flower centers with liquid glue.
The completed card panel was adhered to a side-folding white card base to finish the project.
We hope you enjoyed our project and that it inspires you to give it a try.
Maureen and Michele
Stamps, Layering Stencils and Coordinating Dies: Pinkfresh Studio – Lily Frame
Triple Line Die: Waffle Flower – Triple Line Diamond Panel
Stamping Tool: My Sweet Petunia - Misti
Distress Ink: Ranger – Antique Linen (stamping of frame)
Spun Sugar (stencil #1)
Worn Lipstick (stencil #2)
Cracked Pistachio (stencil #3)
Evergreen Bough (stencil #4)
Abandoned Coral (stencil #5)
Embossing Ink: Tsukineko – VersaMark
Embossing Powder: Nuvo – Classic Gold
Pearl Embellishments: Pinkfresh Studio – Sparkling Champagne Metallic Pearls
Liquid Adhesive: Bearly Art - Precision Craft Glue
Foam Adhesive Squares: 3L – Thin 3D Foam Squares (White Variety Pack)
White (stamped images and panel): Accent Opaque 80 lb
White Card base: Accent Opaque 120 lb