Sunday, June 14, 2020

It's Release Day at Picket Fence Studios!

It's always an exciting day for Picket Fence Studios when it's Release Day! The June release has some really unique products that I know you are going to love!

Today I am sharing three cards for today's post; two are made with the new Fruitylicious stamp. While this fruit could be any citrus, I chose to make two lime cards today, because limes are my favorite citrus fruit.

The first is a cute shaker card using the Gin and Tonic Sequin Mix. You will love the new mixes -- different sizes and shapes, all in a beautiful easy-to-see packaging!
I stamped with VersaMark ink, and then embossed with Bullfrog EP. I colored with Copic markers, making one of the limes stand out with brighter colors, and Stickles around the rind. I added some fun lime patterned paper for a little interest on the back panel. My sentiment is from the previously released Pucker Up.

My next card shows how easy it is to increase the 4x4 size, and line up the images beautifully in the repeating pattern using the MISTI.
I again embossed with the Bullfrog EP, and colored with Copics, using a brighter palette. My sentiment is stamped in VersaFine Clair Nocturne ink. I added three strands of Krenik silver metallic thread between the two panels.

My final card today is also food related -- from the new Cooking is Art with a partial background using the new Triple Weave Stencil.

I used Gina K's Blue Raspberry ink with my stencil and Life Changing Blender Brushes. I stamped the chef in Black Hybrid ink and colored with Copics. I fussy cut him out, and popped him up with foam tape. The sentiment is stamped with VersaFine Clair Morning Mist.

It's a simply fabulous release, so head over to Picket Fence Studios to see it all! There is so MUCH MORE to check out! Shop {HERE} or click one of the links below!

Don't miss the BIG RETIREMENT SALE going on too! Lots of fabulous products at slashed prices. Grab them before they are gone!   

Of course, all this new stuff has me playing in the NBUS Challenge this month!
I hope to see you again soon for more cardmaking ideas!

1 comment:

  1. Your threefer is spectacular, Judy! I love the bold and gorgeous shades of bright lime and yellow on your fruity cards. That shaker design with the arrow sediment is original and divine! And I love the way you did an interesting background for your chef, too. Really well done inspiration for the new release! Keep well and thank you for sharing with everyone at NBUS! Hugs, Darnell


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