Hello and welcome to the November Release Blog Hop for Pretty Pink Posh! We have some wonderful projects to share with you using the newest products which are all available at Pretty Pink Posh now!
For my first card I used the Poinsettias stamp set and coordinating dies along with Elegant Holly and coordinating dies. I blended Distress ink on Bristol Board card stock and sprinkled with water to create my background. The images were colored with Copic markers, cut out with the coordinating dies, and added with foam tape.
The sentiment was cut out with the Happy Holidays Script die, layered three times and then adhered to the card with liquid glue. After I finished everything, I sprinkled a bit of white ink all over the card.
For my second card I used the adorable Penguin Pals and Elegant Holly stamp sets. For the background, I created a rectangle stencil out of card stock, then blended blue and green distress ink onto Bristol Board card stock, and sprinkled with water. I stamped the sentiment from the Penguin Pals stamp set in the center with black ink.
The adorable images were all colored with Copic markers, cut out with the coordinating dies, and adhered with foam tape.
And lastly I made these really cute ornament tags with the Stitched Ornament dies and the Starry Sky and Holiday mixes. I die cut the ornaments out of red and blue card stock, then cut the white borders and circles out of white. I cut the top of the ornaments out of silver glitter card stock.
Then the fun really begin, as I sat down with my tweezers and added the beautiful little gems in different patterns to create these pretty tags! I used the Starry Sky mix on the blue ones and the Holiday mix on the red ones. I glued these down with Tombow Multi Mono liquid glue. When everything was dry, I threaded some silver string through the tops for hanging.
- 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.
Here is a list of the blog hop participants today: