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Pretty Pink Posh October Blog Hop!

 



Hi Everyone! I'm so excited to share that I am a guest designer for Pretty Pink Posh this month! Today is day one of a THREE day blog hop celebrating their new release!


I created my card using their new products; Villages Stamps, Village Dies, Village Additions Stamps and Village Additions Dies. I also used the greetings set Holiday Scripts Stamps and Holiday Scripts Dies.


I stamped, die cut and colored several of the images from the village sets. These are SO enjoyable to put to together and bring me back to my childhood when I painted ceramic Christmas villages. I layered the building on top of white glitter cardstock which gives the card a magical feel. The details are amazing. I kept the buildings soft which helped the greeting to pop. TIP: I cut the "s" off of the large Holiday sentiment so I could group it with Greetings. 

I can't wait to share the other cards I have created for this month! These stamps are quickly becoming some of my favorites!

There is an amazing giveaway today. Just leave a comment on each blog along the hop. One comment will be chosen each day to win a $25 gift certificate to Pretty Pink Posh. Comments must be left by 11:59PM PST on 10/19/2021.

There is also an amazing stencil set that is FREE on the Pretty Pink Posh website for orders over $125. Check out the details...


Today's blog hop! So much inspiration! Check it out...


Comments

Leslie T said…
I love how everyone’s cards are so different but equally adorable! Lovely!
Marlene S said…
I love the softness of your card! Such pretty pastel colors. Beautiful ♥️
sharon g said…
Such a cute neighborhood with soft, happy colors. Great job.
Emma S. said…
Love the soft colors on this. So pretty!
phylliszimm said…
Love your coloring. Such a great release.
Kathy Mc said…
Who said a village has to be bright and bold? Ashley, your soft pastel coloring looks fabulous!
Cat Craig said…
What a darling light and sweet village scene. So pretty.
Jessica Yoder said…
Your town is amazing!! I love the soft colors you used. This is a really wonderful card
Vicki H said…
You little village scene is so cute! Love your softer color palette!
Cyndi said…
Beautiful, sweet card. I love the soft colors.
mel h said…
What an adorable card! Love how you stretched the Holiday stamp for this card.
Kelly B. said…
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Kelly B. said…
Love your colors!
L said…
I really like the Christmas town scene!
Thanks for sharing your talent.
I love the softness of your card! Beautiful!!
What a cute card! I love the soft colors!
Unknown said…
This is so pretty in the paler tones. Christmas doesn't always have to be just bright red or green. Your interpretation if simply beautiful.
Nicole Brown said…
Such a pretty card!! Love the soft colors!!
Mrsfish02 said…
These sets together are so wonderful. Love the size of the village and that cute car. Also love the colors you chose. Great job and glad to see you here at PPP
Heidi Rees said…
Such a great card! I love the colors! Such great products!
Jeanne Beam said…
Such a cute holiday card! Love the village scene…
Thanks for sharing.
Alexandra Y said…
Oh my gosh! I love how wonderfully the soft colours look!
Sue D said…
I like the soft colors you used on this scene.
Amy C. said…
Your card is so adorable and I just love the soft color scheme. Great new products from PPP.
Susan Y said…
Such a pretty scene!
Denise Bryant said…
I love the soft colors you used on your village scene! Adorable card!
Joan C said…
Such a sweet Christmas village. Love the soft colors.
Colleen said…

Adorable card, love the lighter colors used
AlohaDiane said…
I love the pastel colors of this village card. So cute!
Roxy T said…
Old time pastel perfection.
Amanda Wilcox said…
This seems like such a classic scene! I just love it, especially your color palette! It's just perfect!
Rebecca In MI said…
You cards are so nice! I love looking at them! Nice light colors!
Jade said…
Delightful! Fantastic card with wonderful colors! Very festive!
mwalker said…
I never would of used pastel colors for a christmas card.
But it working out beautifully!
D.L. Walls said…
I love scene cards and yours is lovely
Sue Leven said…
Love the soft pastels you used.
Tami said…
Awesome color choices. Really liking that village!!
Amy Mapel said…
Great job coloring those houses!
DorothyA said…
Darling village scene! I like that the houses can be decorated for the holidays or used for other times of the year!
Helen said…
This is a super cute little village scene! I love your card! Thanks so much for the wonderful inspiration! Stay safe! :)
Mrsh1212 said…
I like that you used soft colors. It makes it look vintage.
Sandy S. said…
Beautiful. I love those subtle colors.
Shannon Baker said…
Soft, clean and beautiful!
Love the softness of this and how beautifully you color. Such a great first day, can't wait for the rest of the hop!
Sra. Spitzer said…
Hi, Ashley - Your name is -- now "was" -- new to me. I am really impressed. First, love the scene you created. Second, love the colors you chose -- soft and cozy. Third, love the use of pink as the shadow to your word die -- nice echo of the colors used in the scene and goes right along w/ the 2021 Xmas Theme of PINK IS HERE! Thx for sharing this great example!
Lori S in PA
Christine Kiehl said…
Such a sweet dreamy colored village you crafted to share on the hop! Thank you! Love it!
Carol McCready said…
Such an adorable scene. I love the soft colors.
Kelsey Thomas said…
This is so cute! I love the soft colors. :)
Isabel Z said…
I want to be in that scence!
ScrappyTeacher said…
Great card. Love the use of pastels.
Ashley Cortez said…
I'm loving the magical feel that the colors give me when I look at this amazing and beautiful card
Connie said…
Ashley, Love! Love! Love your pastel color palette!!! Delightful card :)
Farhana S said…
Congrats on guest designing! can't wait to see what else you make! love the colors on this card!

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