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Bumbleberry Blog — PinkFresh Studio

Build interest with layers - PinkFresh Studio stamps & dies

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Build interest with layers - PinkFresh Studio stamps & dies

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. One way to add interest to cards is to use layering. This card features stamps and dies from PinkFresh Studio to make an elegant and stunning mini slimline card and the Mini Slimline essentials die set from PinkFresh studio meant adding layers was super easy. I also coloured these florals really quickly with some ink blending for a soft delicate look. Written and photos Build interest with layers:  Start off by heat embossing the It's A New Day floral stamp set in gold embossing powder and die-cut with...

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Easy Bold card with dies

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Easy Bold card with dies

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. Easy bold cards can really back a bunch, and when you combine bold colours with simple die-cutting you can make a card very quickly. I'm using the Altenew Watercolour markers to create a bold background very quickly and then combine this with some simple die-cutting from PinkFresh studios and this simple easy card came together in no time. With this card, I ended up creating a mini-slimline card however you can easily use this method to create an A5 card or use the technique with other supplies to create...

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Loose colouring with watercolour markers! (Altenew and PinkFresh Studio supplies)

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Loose colouring with watercolour markers! (Altenew and PinkFresh Studio supplies)

  Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. I recently got some of the Altenew Watercolour makers, and I thought they would be great for loose colouring. They are very pigmented as is, or you can dilute with water for a softer palette.  When creating the card, I thought the loose sketchy feel of the PinkFresh Studio You Are My Favorite stamp set was perfect for loose colouring with watercoloyr markers.  This bright fresh card is giving me all the warmth of summer! Written and photos Loose colouring with watercolour markers:  Start off by heat...

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Speed up your crafting by making two cards at once!

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Speed up your crafting by making two cards at once!

  Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. When you can make two cards in one go it is a win win surely! What's more this design can lend itself to so many styles and occasion by just a switch of the colour scheme or sentiment or cover plate die! For this card, I've kept it very simple for you and there is no stamping need in this 2 for 1 card making project! So let's get started! Written and photos Two cards at once:  To start off, use an Altenew Ink Blending tool...

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Soft watercolouring with your dye inks - PinkFresh Studio Floral Elements

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Soft watercolouring with your dye inks - PinkFresh Studio Floral Elements

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. When I got the supplies out that I wanted to create with for this card, I decided to channel the Pinkfresh Studio look as much as I could which for me included a soft fresh colour palette. I didn't have the time to spend carefully colouring in this lovely wreath, so I decided to use a fun and easy technique by adding soft watercolouring with my dye inks! This technique is perfect if you want that watercolour look but you don't actually have watercolour paints! If you want...

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