Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Pretty Pink Posh: Cheer Up Friend

Hi there everyone! Today I want to show you a very simple card that've made with Pretty Pink Posh stamps and dies. 

¡Hola a todos! Hoy quiero enseñaros una tarjeta muy sencillita que he hecho con sellos y troqueles de Pretty Pink Posh. 

The idea was to make a gray scene with one colored element, so I started coloring the umbrella from "Rainy Days" with Copic Markers, added a thick layer of Glossy Accents and left it aside to dry. Meanwhile I used a cloud stencil to color a white panel with gray ink and die cut it with "Story Book 1", which I also die cut on a piece of gray cardstock. 

La idea era crear una escena en blanco y negro con un elemento en color, así que lo primero que hice fue colorear el paraguas del set "Rainy Days" con rotuladores Copic, le di una capa gruesa de Glossy Accents y lo dejé secar. Mientras tanto, utilicé un stencil en forma de nube para colorear una cartulina blanca con tinta gris y después usé el troquel "Story Book 1", que volví a troquelar sobre una cartulina gris. 

I stamped and colored the penguin from the stamp set "Holiday pals" and gave some dimension to the card using foam tape behind each window. Lastly, I stamped a sentiment from "Rainy Days Additions" and added a few droplets. 

He estmpado y coloreado el pingüino del set "Holiday Pals" y le he dado dimensión a la tarjeta usando almohadillas de espuma detrás de cada ventana. Por último, he estampado un sentimiento del set "Rainy Days Additions" y he añadido unas guantas gotas de silicona. 

And that's all from me today! Have a wonderful week!

Y eso es todo por hoy. ¡Feliz semana!

(Affiliate links used when possible at no cost to you)


  1. So lovely,I love the amazing result of the colored element on the gray scene.

  2. So cute Amanda. Love the glossy accents on the umbrella and that you used gray ink to create your sky. I'm working on a card right now for my sister who lost her dog. I got stuck with what to do for the background as blue just seemed to cheerful. Now I know! Thanks for sharing.