When I was invited to guest design using Pinkfresh Studio products, I immediately jumped for their set "delightful tales." It's so soft and pretty, perfect for so many occasions. Check:
This one is going to a newborn princess. I have seen the babe, and she is positively regal. I did some messy pink painting on a piece of water-color paper, and left it to dry before embossing the starry medallion in gold.
The little sentiment strip was watercolored as well, but heavily so the corners could look more worn. Anything to add some extra subtle texture. I added sequins and some wooden stars to build up the focal point even more.
The next card is wedding-ready:
White-embossing, another wood star, a sponged cloud border, and a fun pennant feature:
I cut a toothpick down so it would fit perfectly on either side of the folded banner.
The last card is without real occasion:
I love, love, love that sentiment. Any kid who grew up on Disney would love it, right? I used the same starry medallion on the card base, but then added a sheet of vellum over it. Think dreamy, huge bokeh bubbles. ha. I hand-stitched the vellum to the card-base, and the added the sentiment banner (which is actually a leftover piece of water-coloring from the first card) front and center. Sometimes, a good sentiment in pretty fonts is all you need. The little enamel heart is from the Pinkfresh Studio shop too, and so lovely.
A huge thanks to Pinkfresh Studio for the opportunity to work with such a beautiful set. Be sure to check out their store! I love their ombre washi tape, color-blocked wood veneer, and all of their shaped enamel accents.