First item in my cart? Their gorgeous Eucalyptus Fantasy stamps, and coordinating dies. When I get a new Pinkfresh set, I stamp, cut, stamp it some more then color them up and bring out all the other Pinkfresh sets I have and marry them together. All of the images were stamped onto Bristol Smooth paper.
[Ivana - you may have had a small bit of influence on me here! I'm trying to get my girly on! wink!]
Classic Edgers, and Braided Tags, were two of the sets I won over at Instagram... along with these spectacular gems shown here...
and the Copics I used - yeah, who knew Bristol smooth and Copics!?
Next was the gorgeous Eucalyptus door-topper included in the set. Distress ink water coloring was used on my stamped/heat embossed panel, and again on a gold embossed image - more on that to come.
Fancy Label frames for the sentiment - and a bit of water color highlighting!
Here is that gold embossed image I mentioned ...
This sentiment is from December Days, as was
the center sentiment used on the wreath above -
I love the tiny little dies they provide for the sentiments!
Last but not least... a few leftover water colored die cuts... this time for Freshly Made Sketches #403! I tipped it, and added a little sentiment strip, but Narelle won't mind... they're so sweet over there! [there's that Lil Inkers wood grain again!]
Those three strips are cut with Waffle Flower Crafts Dome die set
It was a great weekend for playing cards with my newest set! Thanks, Pinkfresh Studios for being such a generous part of this card making community!
Thanks to all of you, for stopping by - hope your weekend included a little crafty time - or anything that made you smile!
Love every one of these, Michelle! Pinkfresh is one of my favorite companies & I'm having trouble deciding how to use my gc. Already had the Eucalyptus set on my wishlist & you're making me think it needs to make the cut!
Sigh...you are going to force me to go shopping aren't you!! Oh my, I do love this wreath. Lovely lovely cards Michele. And I'm calling your FMS card a winner!!
Terrific cards, Michele! I love how you turned the FMS sketch on the last one. The colors and texture are gorgeous - thanks for joining us for the Fresh Made Sketches challenge this week!
Completely gorgeous collection of pink fresh stamps and dies...but it takes your brilliance to show them off so spectacularly.
OMG, Michele....did you ever have a creative weekend with all your new toys:-) I loved how you used your stamps and die cuts and soft colors for all your CAS card designs. How fun! TFS Hugs..Nancy
Looks like you have had such a fabulous time here Michele, now I think I 'need' me some of those gems lol.
Wowza, these are amazing! I am speechless!
So pretty, Michele! Lots of pretty here. Get your girly on? For sure! Looks like you had a wonderful time. While I didn't get to get very crafty, I did laugh myself silly with the band director at the competition. It had to do with his impression of Cookie Monster and dancing? I dunno, you had to be there, but it was a nice release! :) Imagine Big Bird being Baby in Dirty Dancing, too. That was my contribution to the silliness. Hee, hee.
Beautiful, beautiful cards Michele...love them all!! Your colors couldn't be any more perfect together too! Can definitely tell you were having FUN in your craft room!! :0)
Oh, how I wish I could Copic color like this, Michele! The eucalyptus wreath is gogeous! So are your watercolor door toppers. And I love, love, love all the texture and woodgrain strips on the last card! Looks like you had LOTS of fun!
These are all so beautiful! I really love how you highlighted the word. ---- I actually used Bristol Smooth with Copics on my Seven Husbands/Library Challenge card and they worked great.
What a treat, Michele ... you've definitely got your girlie on here ... and it so suits! Gorgeous cards, you did Pinkfresh proud ... and gave us all such gorgeous inspiration! Hugs, Anita :)
Getting your girlie on...you need to do it more often if these are the results. Each one of these cards are so different from the one before. It goes without saying that the coloring is outstanding but the deft little touches...your eye for design, embellishment placement, use of just the right sentiments...all just knock me out. Love that you merged many products to come up with cohesive layouts. Marriages made in heaven.
It looks like one card sparked another one, Michele. They are all so wonderful but the giant eucalyptus wreath is my favorite.
These are terrific! Love the first with it's leafy goodness, the second with it's gold-toned embossing and the third with it's awesome cover plate!
So lovely and clean! The texture you've given your background is a lovely touch and the flipping of the sketch is so creative! Thanks for joining us at FMS this week!
I am green with envy looking at all these fabulous cards you created with such beautiful greenery! And the flipped FMS sketch is wonderful!
So much beautiful eye candy, Michele! I love how you used your Copics on Bristol and gold EP on the Eucalyptus...WOW! Clever idea to add 'highlighting' to your sentiment and I LOVE seeing your fabulous stitched woodgrain background again! You have completely outdone yourself once again, my friend!!!
Goodness, that eucalyptus wreath is so gorgeous! Love every one of your designs--each is so fresh and pretty with just the perfect amount of green!
Such a gorgeous array of cards! And I always thought Copics on Bristol was a no no, but you've obviously proven is a yes yes!
Wow, what a fantastic collection of leafy cards, Michele! I especially love the elegant color combo and the beautiful layers of the die-cut panels of the Eucalyptus wreath card!
I never get tired of looking at wood grain background on your cards! Simply interesting and wonderful!
Kept scrolling down and the cards got better and better! WOW! What a feast for the eyes!
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