Infinity Cards & Pinkfresh Studio


Good morning friends!

Recently I shared with you the blue version of the Infinity Cards that I created using some Pinkfresh Studio washi tape and hot foiling. I had been holding off sharing the pink version because the gorgeous washi tape also by Pinkfresh Studio had not been released yet.

I am a big fan of their washi tapes and if you check out my Instagram feed there is quite a lot of inspiration for you. The blue shaker showcases the Anemone Magic Washi and the pink shaker showcases the new In the Meadow Washi tape



Making infinity shakers seems a lot neater to make. I am a bit of a clean crafter so I prefer that. These infinity shakers are a big thing at the minute and gives a reason to save those plastic sleeves your stamps and dies get packaged in. Yes, thats what I used!

In case you were wondering, I achieved those backgrounds by dry embossing a hot plate then ink blending around the edges with some beautiful Pinkfresh Studio inks.

Below is a short video of them both in action....


I hope I have inspired you to make one! They are super easy and pretty fun. Using the washi tape adds a special something, something.

Well, friends its time to sign off.

Until next time...



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