Skip to content

FREE U.S. shipping on orders over $100. Select Free Shipping option for qualified orders during checking out.

Search Close
0 items

Card blog

Rose Garden Citrus Blooms | Anne Fiene

Rose Garden Citrus Blooms | Anne Fiene

02 Oct 2023 2 Comments

Hi everyone! I'm up on the Pinkfresh Studio blog today with a card and tag combo I made using a couple of the new Rose Garden inks. I pulled out the previously released Citrus Bloom stamp, stencil set, and die along with the JOY hot foil plate and die for a pretty congratulations card. Perfect for welcoming a new addition to the household.

I couldn't resist using the flowers of the Citrus Bloom design, with those scalloped petals, to play with a couple of the ink pads from Pinkfresh's new pink family!

I stamped out the flowers onto white cardstock using light gray ink. Then, I used the stencil set to color them in: Cherry Blossom and Peony for the flowers and Mint and Meadow for the leaves. There are mini blooms too, and I used the new Sunkissed and Mimosa for a sweet and soft shade of orange. The fruit was colored using the new Limoncello and Citron for the lemons and Apricot and Clementine for the oranges. I stamped over it all with Detail Black and die-cut everything out.

Then, I used the lightest color in the group, Cherry Blossom, to blend some color onto an A2-sized cardstock panel just around the edge, blending it to leave the middle white. I die-cut a couple of circles and layered them in the middle of the card.

Then I used the JOY hot foil plate with Glimmers citrine foil (which matches the new Weeping Willow family of inks perfectly!). I had to heat the JOY plate twice to get it to foil well. I die-cut it out and glued the letters to the white circle on my card. Then, I started arranging the die-cut blooms, using foam tape on just a couple to provide space between them.

After looking at it for a while, I decided it needed some vellum Leafy Branches. I love how the vellum looks! They help to blend the white to pink on my card. 

I used the Basic Banners Celebrate stamp set for a secondary sentiment and added some iridescent clear drops tucked away under some of the branches.

I made a tag too! A larger stemmed bloom is included in the single stamp design, and it didn't work on my card, but I didn't want to toss it or store it away. So I used the Shaker Tag Book dies for a couple of little tags, blended some ink onto the bigger one to match it to my card, and adhered the flower to the small one with some foam tape! So there I am, with my card and tag combo!

I hope some of these design choices have inspired you to make something new today. Thanks so much for coming by!


Prev Post
Next Post


02 Oct 2023 Martha Sylvestet

Love your use of new colors. Adding to my must have list.

02 Oct 2023 Laura Olsson

These cards are indescribably beautiful! I am so looking forward to purchasing these new colors. Thank you so much for the wonderful inspiration❤️❤️❤️

Leave a comment

All blog comments are checked prior to publishing

Thanks for subscribing!

This email has been registered!

Shop the look

Choose Options

Edit Option
Back In Stock Notification
this is just a warning
Shopping Cart
0 items