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Holiday Floral Bauble Card Inspiration┃Yasmin Diaz

Holiday Floral Bauble Card Inspiration┃Yasmin Diaz

04 Sep 2023 1 comment

Happy Monday, Pinkfresh friends! Yasmin here sharing a quick and extra-dimensional holiday season card inspiration with a “Floral” look using the Floral Bauble Stamp, Floral Bauble Stencil, and Floral Bauble Die. Also, to make this card, I used the Stitched Christmas Star Coverplate Die to add the stitched card background. Besides, I also used the Large Holiday Sentiments Stamp and Large Holiday Sentiments Die. So, without further ado, let’s jump right into the step-by-step for how I made it.

Therefore, I started by getting the stamping steps. So, to do that, I used the Misti stamping tool, a large white cardstock piece, embossing ink, the Stamp Press Tool, and the large stamp image included in the Floral Bauble Stamp.

So, once I had the stamping done over the white cardstock piece, I removed the cardstock piece from the stamping tool, and then I used Gold embossing powder and the heat embossing gun tool to do the heat embossing over the stamped image. Thus, after getting the heat embossing done over the cardstock piece, I placed the heat embossing image over my craft mat and proceeded to use the stencils included in the Floral Bauble Stencil set alongside the following Pinkfresh inks: Peach Fuzz InkCoral Reef InkMarigold InkFresh Pear Ink, and Warm Buff Ink.

 

Thus, as soon as I had completed the stenciling over the stamped image using each stencil and a combination of the regular ink blending brushes and some of the 1/2 Blending Brush Set and 1/4Blending Brush Set, I placed the inked image aside to do the stamping and heat embossing for the card sentiment over another white cardstock piece. 

As for the card sentiment stamping, I used one of the sentiments from the Large Holiday Sentiments Stamp. Therefore, after completing the stamping and heat embossing over the white cardstock piece, I used the die-cut machine alongside the coordinating die included in the Large Holiday Sentiments Die to cut out the sentiment from the cardstock. Also, to die-cut a few more from plain white and gold cardstocks using the same die to add dimension and the usual gold shadow that I like to add to my card sentiments. 

To keep going with the die-cutting step, I used the coordinating dies included in the Floral Bauble Die set to cut the images out of the white cardstock piece and some out from gold cardstock, as well. 

Lastly, to continue with the die-cutting steps for the layering pieces, I also used the Stitched Christmas Star Coverplate Die to add the stitching details to an A2-size white panel. So, once I had completed the die-cutting steps, I started the card assembly. So, to do that, first, I trimmed down a gold card panel a little smaller than an A2-size card base. Secondly, I trimmed down the texture card panel a little smaller than the gold card panel, and once I got that done, I got the backside of the textured panel adhered with double-sided adhesive to the gold panel to create a narrow gold frame. 

Therefore, as soon as I had the layering completed for the front card panel, I got the backing of it adhered with double-sided adhesive to an A2-size top folding white card base and set it aside to get the holiday floral bauble assembly.

Thus, I got the floral bauble pieces layered over the gold pieces to create the gold shadow, and in the same way, I also layered the card sentiment. Nevertheless, after completing the layering steps, I assembled the floral bauble and glued the backside to the card’s front panel. Lastly, I glued the dimensional card sentiment over it, and to finish it off, I added more dimension by adding shimmer and glossy accent to the berries.

And, with that said, thank you so much for stopping by. We hope you have enjoyed reading the step-by-step how I’ve made this quick and extra-dimensional holiday season card inspiration with a “Floral” look using an array of beautiful products by Pinkfresh Studio. And, if you get inspired by today’s project, don’t forget to tag us @pinkfreshstudio and use #pinkfreshstudio so we can see your projects. Also, don’t forget to stop by our Instagram feed to see this card in action when we share it in our reels. Happy crafting, and much love to you and yours!

- Yasmin

 

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30 Sep 2023 Janice Dawson

I really like that you can get a great result from coloring and ink blending with the stencils…so pretty.

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