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Pretty Pink Posh Holiday Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hi crafty friends! Welcome to day 3 of the Pretty Pink Posh Holiday Release Blog Hop! We are celebrating this beautiful festive release. For this reason today I have created 3 card inspirations, let me know in your comment which one is your favorite! :) 

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LET IT SNOW CARD


For this festive card I was inspired by holiday shopping streets where I have used rustic colors. When the coloring was done, I have splattered white snow everywhere with white gouache to add that snowy feeling. 

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I really like the Village Stamp Set set because its really versatile and useful for many scenes and also perfect for creating lovely vintage tags like these. I colored the images with Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers in the following colors: JG1, JG5, GG2, GG4, YG1, CT1, CT3, CT4, GY3, BO1, BO3, TN7, TN8, FS9, FS8, TN1, TN3, EB2, EB4, Blender. 




MERRY CHRISTMAS CARD


When I saw this magical lantern stamp set I knew that I will mix it with older critter sets from Pretty Pink Posh. To the background I created this snowy look with the Snowfall Stencil, I put on it a sheet of vellum, and splattered on it with white gouache to get this layered snowfall look. 

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I have also splattered the same medium on the colored critters to get that snowy effect. I colored the images with Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers in the following colors: PP5, PP3, PP1, CR1, CT1, CT3, CT4, BO1, BO3, TN7, TN8, TN1, TN3, EB2, EB4, EB6, FS9, Blender.


CUTE SNOWMEN CARD


For this card I did the same thing like on the previous one, but I have stamped another images where I mixed the new snowmen set with the old woodland critters. As final touches I also added some white and silver snowflakes.

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I colored the images with Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers in the following colors:  TN8, TN7, BO3, BO1, EB4, EB2, TN3, TN1, FS9, CR1, PL1, Blender. Classiques: PV05, PP05, CR05, CT05


BLOG HOP


We are celebrating with Pretty Pink Posh their new release, below is a list of all of the designers participating in today’s blog hop! Check out all of the wonderful inspirations!


Pretty Pink Posh blog

Ashley Ebben

Leica Palma


GIVEAWAY 


Pretty Pink Posh will be giving away 3 $25 gift certificates during the three-day blog hop (one winner each day)! Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PST on 10/19/2021. Winners will be announced on the Pretty Pink Posh Blog

FREE GIFT


FREE shipping on US orders  $75+  and FREE gift with purchases over $125. Click HERE for details or on the image below.


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Stamptember Pretty Pink Posh Exclusive set

Happy Friday crafty friend! Today we are celebrating the Pretty Pink Posh Exclusive set for Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember 2021! The exclusive, limited edition set for STAMPtember 2021 is called Skiing Bear with lots of cute critters and small elements what is perfect to create a lovely winter card.

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CARD INSTRUCTIONS

I stamped the images from the Skiing Bear Exclusive Stamp Set and colored them with Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers with the following colors: CT1, CT3, CT4, GY3, TN1, TN3, TN4, TN5, TN7, GB6, GB4, GB2, MB1, FS9, FS3, PP1, PP2, PP3, PP5, MG1, MG2, EB4, EB1, MB1, BO1, Blender
Classiques: GB05, BO05. Then I fussycut them with detailed scissors.


Next, I stamped some trees from the same set to the background, colored them the same way and made an inkblending on it with Fossilized Amber, Wild Honey, Squeezed lemonade, and Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide inks as well. Because of the blending I got a nice smooth fog effect in the background. 


After the inkblending I splattered on the background and the images with white watercolor to give the card a nice winter "its snowing" kind of effect. Once the background was dry, I stamped on it some snowflakes from the Skiing Bear Exclusive STAMPtember Stamp Set using a watermark ink. 


Then I heat embossed it with white embossing powder. I repeated the same process on a piece of vellum, but this time with the let it snow sentiment, and heat embossed it with gold fine embossing powder.  Thank you so much for stopping by, take a look at this amazing setI wish you happy day! Hugs, Mona.


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Affiliate links were used where possible. I may earn a commission if you click them and make a purchase (at no additional cost to you). I am using only products I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Affiliate Disclaimer.

[VIDEO] Cute Halloween card with an interactive twist

Hi crafty friend! I can’t wait to show you how I made this pinky-sparkly-girly Halloween card tutorial with an interactive twist so let's jump into it! 


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VIDEO TUTORIAL

From my newest video you can learn how to transform your word die-cuts easily to the wished shape as well as how to move your spiders like real inside your card! The video is super short! And I am sure, that you will LOVE it! :)  


Or click here to watch the video in HD on YouTube You can find the card instructions below this photo.


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CARD INSTRUCTIONS

I made the glittery background with the Stars stencils on a pale pink cardstock with the Silver Glitz Glitter Gel. In the video I am showing you what is my favorite method for this process. While the background dries, I stamped the Halloween Wreath Stamp and the other coordinating images from the same stamp set with brown alcohol marker friendly inkpad to a piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored them with Spectrum Noir Illustrators.

I have used the following colors: CT1, CT2, CT4, GY3, BO1, BO2, BO3, BO4, OR2, OR3, CR1, CR3, CR5, CR7, GB1 GB4, GB6, GB10, RB3, RB1, AP4, AP3, AP2, PP1, FS1, MG1, MG2, BG1, BG2, Blender. After the coloring I die-cut all the images and I colored the wheel with a pale pink alcohol marker.


Next, I continued with the die-cutting. I made more die-cuts from heavy weight cardstock, because I wanted to add thickness to the wreath and the spiders, in this case the interactive part will be more durable. Then I transformed the Happy Halloween Die-cuts made with the Happy Halloween Script Dies. This is a fun way to alter the scripted sentiments, in the video I am describing how.

When it was done, I created the interactive element and added the spider to the circle with fishing line, and created the card front. I covered the glittery background with a piece of vellum, and styled the circle, the sentiment and the other elements. In the end I styled my card and added some Metallic Rose Gold Sequins to it as a decoration. Thank you so much for stopping by, see you next time. Hugs, Mona.


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Affiliate links were used where possible. I may earn a commission if you click them and make a purchase (at no additional cost to you). I am using only products I LOVE. If you buy supplies through my affiliate links, you support my channel and blog with a small commission and when you shop through my links I will do a happy dance. Affiliate Disclaimer.