Pinkfresh Studio June Challenge – Die cuts

Happy Staurday everyone. Hope you are having a great day so far.

Today’s card is a very different card. I have been following Pinkfresh Studio for sometime now and I have seen so many creative techniques and cards; a style that is so different from what I do. So this is my attempt of a similar approach; a very MMP (Mind My Paper) rendition here 🤗

Pinkfresh Studio June Challenge

As you can see, I choose the color palette provided to make this card.

Kinjal Trivedi – Pinkfresh Studio Birthday Card

The base of the card is yellow from the Recollections paper pad. I die cut a white cardstock with the Simply Hexagonal die and then used Dew Drop dye ink in Cottage Ivy. A trick that I used here, was to just stamp the foam applicator without blending in, to give a splotchy look. I did the same with the hexagonal pieces. I also splattered some water, and I think the water reacted with the green to give the yellow spots (thank god it worked out in the case).

Kinjal Trivedi – Pinkfresh Studio Birthday Card

I chose the flower stamp from the Keep going stamp set, which was heat set with gold embossing powder. I used a combination of Broken China and Blueprint Sketch to get the color to match to the one provided by them.

For the ring, I used the Inverted Stitched Scallop circle small, layered on 3 times to create dimension and used Worn Lipstick distress oxide.

Kinjal Trivedi – Pinkfresh Studio Birthday Card

The Birthday wishes sentiment is from the Hexagonal stamp set. Finally, I used Studio Katia Royal Purple Crystals to add the purple element.

Kinjal Trivedi – Pinkfresh Studio Birthday Card

Hope you liked this card. See you again soon!

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