Good morning, hope you’re well? Today I’m going PINK! You’re not really surprised are you? I had to go pink for at least one of my cards in the Count My Blessings series! So here we go – Pretty in Pink. In actual fact it’s Rich Razzleberry, but using your Watercolour Pencils and Blender pen you can get such a great range of colours.

Pretty In Pink – Count My Blessings

Pretty In Pink - Count My Blessings Card Series card idea. A thank you card for someone fun! Pip Todman Crafty Coach & Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in the UK Queen Pip Cards www.queenpipcards.com Facebook: fb.me/QueenPipCards #queenpipcards #stampinup #papercraft #inspiringyourcreativity The flower image is big and bold, so it’s great for making big and bold backgrounds. Just randomly stamp the flowers around the Very Vanilla card layer – there is an overlap & a bit of a gap under the sentiment, but that doesn’t matter.

Pretty In Pink - Count My Blessings Card Series card idea. The main flower really makes great backgrounds. Pip Todman Crafty Coach & Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in the UK Queen Pip Cards www.queenpipcards.com Facebook: fb.me/QueenPipCards #queenpipcards #stampinup #papercraft #inspiringyourcreativity Colour using the Rich Razzleberry Watercolour Pencil, using more ink for the deeper areas and then just pulling the colour outwards with the Blender Pen to give a softer look.

I know it’s a bit over the top, but this sentiment from Thankful Thoughts is made for me. I love making up words and I really think “Fabulosity” is something I may have made up!

Pretty In Pink - Count My Blessings Card Series card idea. With Rich Razzleberry and Thankful Thoughts! Pip Todman Crafty Coach & Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in the UK Queen Pip Cards www.queenpipcards.com Facebook: fb.me/QueenPipCards #queenpipcards #stampinup #papercraft #inspiringyourcreativity The Thinking of You card from Sunday used the Layering Ovals, this time I went for the Layering Circles with the Stitched Shape Framelits. I know these are your go to framelits too; they are so versatile and so many of the stamps are designed to specifically work with them!

You can make this card so easily but the colouring in does take a little time. That, however, gives you the added benefit of a bit of stress relief! I totally forget about the world when I’m colouring, and it’s been scientifically proven to help take your mind of things! We knew it was a good idea! Why don’t you have a go? Make a Pretty In Pink, or Blue or Red!

Hope you’re enjoying the series of cards, this was my Pretty In Pink – Count My Blessings card idea. Check back in on Thursday for the next one!

Crafty hugs, Pip x

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