For my cards, I used the Pinkfresh Studio Floral Square die set paired with the Hero Arts Pinkfresh You Make A Difference stamp set for the sentiments.
I started by spraying Vibez in a variety of pinks using Sweet Heart, Pink Moscato, and RazzleDazzle Berry on watercolor paper. (I'll use the Gray Flannel on another project.)
I die cut the watercolor panels and then alternated using white and black cardstock for the frames and background.
I love all of these these shades of pink and the ways they look on both black and white cardstock. Here are a couple of close ups with the same Vibez colors but different backgrounds.
I had a small amount of Vibez watercolor paper left so I made one more card using each of the colors.
These cards were so fun and quick to make and I'm hoping to make a couple more sets soon to give to friends and teachers throughout the year.
Feel free to include your word for the year in the comments. I love reading what people have picked and what the word means for them. Thanks for stopping by and check out my blog Strangely Creative for more information on the products I used. Have a wonderful day!
Also don't forget to check out the new January Color Kitz is live and has a beautiful selection of colors for a great price! If you make a purchase, type in ERICKA in the comments and you'll receive a freebie with your order!