Congrats Graduation + Video
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by Paulina Nakamura
3d ago
Hi, friends! It’s Lauren and I am back with a new video on the Pretty Pink Posh YouTube channel today. I have a nephew who is promoting from Middle School to High School and he’s having a ceremony this year! I thought this would be a fun time to use his school colors to make a graduation card for inspiration for you today. Watch the video above  I  Watch the video in HD on YouTube I started with doing lots of die cutting! I used the Graduation Cap Shaker Dies, the second largest Stitched Torn Rectangle Die, and a couple dies from the Big Celebration Cupcake Dies out of white ..read more
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Berries & Butterflies
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by Paulina Nakamura
6d ago
Hello everyone, it’s June here! Today I’m sharing a card featuring some old and some newer spring products. If you know me, you know I love my strawberry themed cards. So I was beyond excited to revisit one of my favorite stamp sets after using so many of the newer products lately. I stamped the strawberries and the box from Fresh Berries in black ink, and used a brown ink for the leaves and the bow. I love combining inks to get a softer look on some images. I colored them in using my Copic Markers. I hadn’t used the Butterfly Cover Plate Die from the newest release yet ev ..read more
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Memorial Day Savings!
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by Paulina Nakamura
1w ago
We are celebrating Memorial Day with a HUGE 20% off sale on your ENTIRE order! We rarely have site wide discounts this large so be sure to take advantage of these savings- items will sell quickly! SHIPPING NOTE: Orders placed during the Memorial Day sale will be processed as quickly as possible. Please note that First Class Shipping is not insured and tracking is not always available. If you would like your package to be insured in case of loss or damage, please choose Priority Mail. Thank you for continuing to support my dream. Stay tuned- we’ll be sharing sneak ..read more
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Floral Birthday Squares Card Duo
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by Paulina Nakamura
1w ago
Hello Everyone! It is Zsofi here today on the Pretty Pink Posh Blog with a fun floral card set featuring the new release. I love card designs which are versatile and easy to adapt to any occasion and can be re-made in different colours.  First I die cut the stitched flower from the Stacked Squares die set from a bunch of cardstock scrap. I used 2 shades in each colour family: pink and teal (and now I wish if only I had made purple and yellow too). Then I die cut the scalloped squares from white cardstock and the smaller stitched squares from kraft. I love that the dies are connecte ..read more
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Celebrate Graduation Shaker
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by Paulina Nakamura
1w ago
Hello crafty friends. It’s Lisa Mears here. As we step into the season of graduations, from the adorable ceremonies of pre-K to the monumental milestones of high school and college, many of us will be celebrating the achievements of our family and friends. Today, I’m excited to share a graduation card that I made using products the latest release. Watch the video above  I  Watch the video in HD on YouTube For my card, I used the color scheme of green and gold because those are my son’s college colors. Using the colors of the graduate’s school in the card is ..read more
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Spring Baby Rattle
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by Paulina Nakamura
1w ago
Hi friends! It’s Dana here today and I am back with an adorable baby card that combines some “older” products with the new Baby Rattle Shaker die set.  I started my card by making my card panel with the Layered Floral Vines stencil set and dye ink. This is a three pack of stencils that layer together to create a beautiful background. I love the sweet design and I think it’s perfect for baby cards!  Next, I used the Baby Rattle Shaker die set and Spring Foliage dies to die cut my images from white cardstock. I added ink to the indivi ..read more
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Polka Dot Baby Onesies
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by Paulina Nakamura
1w ago
Hello, Gemma here today to share a colourful card with the new Baby Mug Additions set. I began by die cutting the onesie die, from the Baby Mug Additions set, from a rainbow of pastel polka dot patterned paper. I love these softer colours for a baby card. I also die cut some white card layers, adding two behind each patterned paper onesie for dimension. Next, I stamped a sentiment from the Baby Animals stamp set in the centre of a 5.25” square card base. The large ‘baby’ sentiment has a coordinating die, which I didn’t use on this card, but I love to have that option. I arranged the onesies ..read more
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Easy Grid Cards w/ Dies + Video
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by Paulina Nakamura
2w ago
Hi Crafty Friends! Carly here with a super easy grid card design using the new Big Celebration Cupcake die set! Watch the video above  I  Watch the video in HD on YouTube I absolutely adore cards that use a grid pattern of die cuts or stamped images but I didn’t really think it was something I could do because I hate to measure and I’m just not very precise, LOL! Here are the Distress Oxide colors I used: strawberries: Saltwater Taffy, Abandoned Coral & Lumberjack Plaid leaves: Cracked Pistachio & Twisted Citron blueberries: Shaded Lilac & Blueprint Sket ..read more
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Hello Little One Card Duo
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by Paulina Nakamura
2w ago
Hi friends! It’s Zsofi here today on the Pretty Pink Posh blog and I am so happy to share a project I made mixing some of the brand new products for welcoming babies on this world. First I used the Layered Onesies stencil set on Bristol Smooth cardstock with Distress Oxide inks. For the first layer I used Kitch Flamingo / Picked Raspberry for the pink and Tumbled Glass / Salty Ocean for the blue. I was going for an ombre look, a bit lighter on the bottom and darker on the top. For the patterns (Layer B) I used the same inks just with heavier hand and before removing the stencil, I added ..read more
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Patriotic Celebration Cupcake
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by Paulina Nakamura
2w ago
Hello crafty friends, Marine here with you today! I’m so happy to share with you this bright and bold 4th of July card showcasing the amazing Big Celebration Cupcake die set. I usually don’t make many of those cards when that time of the year comes, so I decided to go for a whole traditional red, white and blue color palette, I added holographic and sparkling details, and had the most fun! I started off by cutting a Stitched Torn Rectangle panel out of Strathmore bristol smooth cardstock, and colored it using three shades of blue oxide inks. I first applied tumbled gl ..read more
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