“Pinkfresh Studio is so excited to join with Neat and Tangled today to inspire you with some cute creations. I am a huge fan of Neat and Tangled stamps and mixing them up with Pinkfresh Studio embellishments definitely has created awesome projects. We have a list of designers from both companies here who are so thrilled to share their projects with you. Make sure to visit each blog and comment on each blog to enter a giveaway including Pinkfresh Studio blog. One winner will be chosen for each day who will receive $20.00 worth of products from both companies. This is going to be 2 days of blog hopping fun. Winners will be announced on 27th July. Good luck!”
When I had the Everyday Circles stamp set by Neat and Tangled in hands, I immediately thought that it would mix well with the Scribble die that was in the Pinkfresh Studio embellishment kit. And so the idea for the design elements for this layout was born. I die-cut a bunch of scribbled circles, and also stamped some of the sentiments that worked with this particular layout.
As you can see I not only used the cut-outs, but I also repurposed the inner circles, or negatives of the circles in my design. For stamping the Everyday Circles sentiments, I used two colors of dye ink for a cool radient effect. The yellow and pink stamped combo resonates the colors of the watercolor background.
The Dreams stamp by Neat & Tangled makes a beautiful title for this layout, but I can imagine it being very versatile and usable on many different types of projects.
As you all know by now, Pinkfresh Studio has many fun embellishments to go with any project. I used the pastel Way to Home enamel shapes for this layout, along with colorblocked wood veneers, glitter tape, stamps from the embellishment kit, and an enamel label sticker also from the embellishment kit. The glitter sequins are die-cuts from the glitter tape, made with the Studio Calico sequins die. I absolutely adore Pinkfresh glitter tape. What’s your favorite Pinkfresh item??
And while I was at it, playing with inks and stamps, I also made a card. The technique for stamping this Sunburst stamp from Neat & Tangled is the same as before. I used two different ink colors, inked part of the stamp with one color, the rest with the other. If you like the effect, you can also add a spritz of water to make the colors blend, which gives a beautiful watercolor effect.
I adore the Everyday Sayings wood veneers by Pinkfresh Studio. This one is very suitable for a card. The stamped circle is from Neat & Tangled Everyday Circles set, it accentuates the wood veneer. The rest of the stamping is done with Pinkfresh Studio stamps. I added some splatters and a few sequins. Et voila!
It’s time to hop on now. Next stop for you is Christine Drogt’s blog. Don’t forget to leave a comment on all the blogs. Thanks for stopping by!