Pinkfresh Studio Christmas Wishes Blog Hop

By Taheerah | 18th December 2015 | 129 Comments

Hi everyone! Happy Friday!

This is my second post of the day. Please scroll down or click here for today’s Advent Calendar Extravaganza post!

In the meantime though… welcome to a special Pinkfresh Studio Christmas Wishes Blog Hop! Today’s hop sees a *MASSIVE* giveaway and some fabulous inspiration!! We’re also saying goodbye to some of our DT members so we wanted to see them off with a bang too!


In case you’ve not seen the Christmas Wishes line, it is one of the most perfect and beautiful Christmas collections EVER! With stunning papers, die cuts, unique embellishments and more, this is a must-have for your crafty collection!!

We’re each showcasing a project or two created using this collection. Here’s my project:

Christmas Wishes Wrapped Present card by Taheerah Atchia

Super-simple to make, and stunning too!

Christmas Wishes Wrapped Present card by Taheerah Atchia

All I needed was to trim down one of the sheets from the 6×6 paper pack, add one of the die-cuts (glued on with Pinflair Glue Gel for dimension) and finished off with some Metallic Gold String and that was it!

I mentioned a MASSIVE giveaway, and this is it!

WOW!! Can you believe it?! $150 worth of Pinkfresh goodies!!

To be in with a chance of winning, make sure you leave a comment on my blog and on each of the DT blogs too! One random winner will be drawn so you’ll need to comment in each place to maximise your chances of winning!! Here’s the complete list of participating stops!


Thanks so much for stopping by – and good luck!!



129 thoughts on “Pinkfresh Studio Christmas Wishes Blog Hop”

  1. Very cute project and my absolute favorite Christmas line, to date.I bought the whole line and can't wait to use it. Thanks you you and all of the other designers, I owe have a lot of new and fun ideas.

  2. Simple and wonderful. This really helps to show that you can keep I simple and make wonderful cards. I have a tendency to think that I have to make complicated cards to be meaningful and beautiful but your card proves that is not the case

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