Monday, September 17, 2018

Pinkfresh Studio Liquid Watercolor Video Hop

Good morning! Stopping by today to share a few projects I made for a special YouTube Video Hop today featuring the Pinkfresh Studio Liquid Watercolors - I am SOOO in love with these beautiful paints! There are some great giveaways up for grabs - so make sure and head over to my YouTube channel HERE to check out the details!

Here is my video - remember you must leave a comment on the YouTube channel to be eligible for the giveaways - click HERE to go watch it there!

I have lots more info on my video - but I combined a few different colors of the watercolors with a wet-on-wet technique over Tim Holtz Woodgrain Distress Cardstock. I loved the additional texture this gave the backgrounds!

Next, I layered on some floral frames using Floral Squares Die Set (currently out of stock at Pinkfresh Studio I noticed, but in stock at Simon Says Stamp).

I also added a sentiment to each one using Bird with Flowers. I love the fun and quirkly sentiments that Pinkfresh has in their stamp sets - so unique and fun to use! Here is a closer look at each card:

Another thing I love about the awesome Pinkfresh Liquid Watercolors - the Licorice (black) one makes the BEST tiny splatters on cards! I have been using it for that a ton lately!

I hope you will hop over and check out all the videos along the hop - and enter to win some of the fabulous prizes! Full details and links will be available on the Pinkfresh Studio Blog as well!

Product links are all below - including affiliate links where possible, which simply means if you use one of the links below that I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!!!


  1. Love these cards! So so pretty!!!

  2. Very beautiful cards. Love the idea of adding the foam tape behind the sentiment panel. I always have a problem handling more delicate die cuts. This will work well for me, I think.

  3. Very nice. I pinned this on 2 different boards. I have these dies and love watercoloring so I will be trying this. Thank you for sharing!