Friday, March 9, 2018

PPP - March 2018 Release Blog Hop!

Hello Everyone, welcome to the second day of Pretty Pink Posh March 2018 Release Blog Hop!If you are joining the hope you should have arrived at Terri Anderson's Blog.

 To begin, I first distressed my card base with Distress Ink in Tattered Rose. I also die-cut the Happy Easter Shaker die few times and stacked and glue them on top of the other. I also stamped the sentiment "happy spring" from the new Bunny Friends stamp set.
 Next,  I stamped and die-cut my flower images using Cherry Blossom stamp set and  Cherry Blossom Coordinating dies. Then colored them with Copic Markers.
Next, I adhered the flowers and leaves with foam taped for dimension. I added the Pink Blush Jewels, and Buttercream Jewels to finish off the card.
 Just another final look of the finish card.

I hoped you enjoyed! Thank you for stopping by!
Your next stop will be on Thi Lam's Blog.


There are 4 $25 gift certificates up for grabs (two winners each day). Winners will be picked randomly along the blog hop. Comments must be left by 11:59 PM PST on 3/12/2018. Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Build - A - Flower Peony Blossom WINNER!

Annette please contact Altenew at by 2/28/2018 with the subject line BAF: Peony Blossom Release Winner from Joni's Blog.

Thank you so much everyone who took time to make a comment here!
Have a Wonderful Day everyone!

Monday, February 12, 2018

Altenew - Build - A - Flower Peony Blossom Release + GIVEAWAY!

Hello Everyone, Welcome to the Altenew Build - A - Flower Peony Blossom Release! Altenew is releasing this awesome flower set which you can see the details on their Blog HERE as well.

Product Description:

Our Build-A-Flower: Peony Blossom set includes 1 stamp set (15 images) and 1 coordinating die set (8 dies).

The Peony Blossom Build-A-Flower has a slightly different approach than our conventional Build-A-Flower sets. The stamp set has three five-petal flowers accompanied by a shading layer and a center layer. You may use these flowers as is, or layer them to create dimension. The matching dies will cut the flowers all the way to the edge without leaving a border. This will help in shaping the petals to the desired dimension when using a shaping tool (don't have a shaping tool? You can use the domed end of a pen or pencil!). We included an additional flower die and stamen dies to help you create realistic blooms! Even though we named the set 'Peony Blossom' since the petals were loosely based on Peony petals, you can let your imagination run wild and create different types of flowers!

To begin my project, I first watercolor my background, once its dried I stamped the sentiment from More Than Words stamp set.

Next, I die-cut the flower and leaves on a white cardstock and stamp the images. The really cool about this set is that you don't have a white border when you die-cut. Then, I cut the centers using white cardstock and added sequins on the center to finish the card.

Here's the full view of the card

I hope you enjoyed!
Thank you for stopping by!


To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to six lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog for a chance to win. Three winners will be announced on the Card Blog, and other three winners will be announced on the Scrapbook Blog on 2/18/2018.

Just leave me a comment and I will draw a winner to receive a $20 gift certificate. You have until February 16th 11:59 PST. I will announce the winner here on the blog by February 17th.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Altenew Sakura Blossom WINNER!!!



*Denise please contact.......Altenew at by: 01/31/2018 with the subject line BAF: Sakura Blossom Release Winner from Joni's Blog.

Thank you so much for everyone who left their lovely comments <3
Until next time!

Have a wonderful day!!!

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Altenew Sakura Blossom Release + Giveaway!

 Hello Everyone, welcome to Altenew Sakura Blossom Release!

The Sakura blossom is a lovely Japanese flower, and is known as a cherry blossom in some parts of the world. "Sakura" is derived from the Japanese word for "bloom" - "saku." In the United States, tourists travel to our capital, Washington D.C., to see the flowers bloom at the annual cherry blossom festival. This stamp set features layered cherry blossoms and leaves, and the accompanying die have score details to help you create 3D flowers.

To begin my card, I first die-cut the Sakura Blossom die-cut and then distressed each one. Then for the center of the flower cut the center-die-cut to fit in inside of the small sakura blossom.

Next, I distressed the background with Distress Inks and splattered it with water using paint brush.
I also splattered it with gold watercolor ink from Gansai Tambi Starry Colors.

Then, I stamped one of the sentiment with versamark ink and heat set it with gold embossing powder. Next, I added the Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh to finish off the card.

The Sakura Blossom stamps and dies are now available for purchase at Altenew Store.
I hoped you enjoyed!

Leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog or/and Scrapbook Blog for a chance to win one of four $30 gift certificates. Winners will be announced on January 26th on both blogs. (Two winners chosen from the card blog post, two winners chosen from the scrapbook blog post.)


You can also win a $20 gift certificate. Just leave a comment on my blog and I will draw a one random winner by January 24th 11:59 PST. I will announce the winner on my blog Jan 25th.

Thank you so much for visiting :)

Wednesday, January 10, 2018


 Hello Everyone, welcome to Pretty Pink Posh's 4th Birthday! For today's project I used Birthday Friends Stamp set and Birthday Friends Die set.
 For this card I also used the Stitched Notes die for the background after distressing the background with Twisted Citron and Tattered Rose Ink pad. Next, I stamped the images and colored them with Copic markers, then die-cut. The sentiment is also from the same set Birthday Friends stamp set. Then, I also used the new Spring Bloom Sequins which you will love :)
 Here's just another look.

For this project I used the cute set Birthday Scene stamp set. I stamped the image on a white cardstock and color with Copic makers. Then distressed the bottom part with Cracked Pistachio Dye Ink for interest in the card.

 I also added some Sparkling Clear Confetti Mix to finish the card.
I hope you enjoyed!
Your next stop is to Melody's Blog

                    Joni Andaya - you are here

GIVEAWAY: We’ll be giving away 2 $50 gift certificates to random comments left on the different stops every day! That’s right, we’re giving away a total of SIX $50 gift certificates!

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Pretty Pink Posh Team Announcement

Hello Everyone, I am so happy to announce that I will be staying for another term at Pretty Pink Posh. Just to let you know that the Pretty Pink Posh Store will be officially open again on January 4th. 
To begin I first distressed my white cardstock with Papertrey Ink Dye inks in Hibiscus Bursts, Hawaiian Shores, and Spring Moss. Then die-cut using the smaller tag from Scallop Square Tag dies. Then, added some ink splatters using October Afternoon Sprinklers in Paper Doily. I also added red gold and white gold from Gansai Tambi Starry Colors

Next, I stamped the cute kids from Friends Forever stamp set and the bee is from the Bee Friends stamp set. I also used their coordinating dies. Just letting you know if you did not get a chance to get the Bee Friends stamp set from last release, on the upcoming May Release the Bee Friends stamp set and its coordinating dies will be available for purchase….Yay!

 The sentiment “celebrate its your big day” is from the Everyday Greetings stamp set. I also added some Sparkling Clear Confetti Mix to finish the card.

Make sure to stop by at Pretty Pink Posh Blog
for a Giveaway.

Thank you for stopping by!