Yay for flowers and berries!!!!!! Today’s projects may be some of my favorites from this month’s release and I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
So I’m going to start with my absolute favorite. These berries were screaming country home watercolored goodness. I used the Cover Up stamp to create a bit of a chicken wire look and multiple colors of ink to get multi-shade dimension on the berries and vines.
A little Natural Jute Twine is the perfect finisher for this homey card.
This next card showcases our latest release in Bitty Big colors… Limeade Ice! Limeade Ice has always been one of my favorite colors and seeing it in all these patterns has put a huge smile on my face. The seasonal borders for this release are super tropical and look beautiful alongside the Noted Pinked Edge dies.
And did you hear? We are posting the full stamp sets on the details pages of the countdown now! For today’s, click HERE.
Thanks for stopping by! Happy Saturday all!
Hey all! I’m up for a featured post and I am alllllllllll about the ice cream today! 😉
How adorable is this set, you guys?! I’m dying over here. I knew right away I wanted to make a monster of an ice cream cone (inspired by the giant eyes of my children at our local creamery) and I wanted as many flavors/colors as possible on my cone!
And this card of course had to use the “here’s the scoop” sentiment and I embossed it in black to make it pop on top of all the colors.
And finally, I popped that whole panel up on top of the latest gorgeous bold borders dies. These border dies are so much fun and really take your card up a notch.
My second card really shows off the Bold Borders die and you can see exactly why it’s called “Shine.” I used Vintage Jadeite cardstock (which reminds me of a sorbet color).
The sentiment is an offset in Raspberry Fizz and Hawaiian.
And finally this ice cream cone was created using the faux sprinkles from the previously released Shakers and Sprinkles set (still available! click link below!). I covered the whole scoop in the sprinkles and I LOVE how it turned out! 🙂
And last but not least I used the Big Ice Cream Cone die to create this modern ice cream card.
I created the black watercolor stripes for a bold background and to accent the sentiment.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! We will see you all the rest of this week for more fun new product introductions!
Hey all! It’s Day 1 of the Papertrey Ink May Release and we are starting off with someone truly adorable baby products for you!
To create this luscious clouds I started by adding texture paste to only three of the cloud cutouts in my stencil. Before they dried I added some fake sugar sprinkles to the tops of them and they just shined!!!
By using a Pale Peony card base, it accented the tiny heart in one of the clouds. The popped up sentiment added a little more dimension and the raining hearts were the perfect shades in Aqua Mist and Stormy Seas.
These Pitter Pattern tags made my heart go pitter patter when I first saw them and even more so when I put them to use! I wanted to try to create a simple and masculine baby card, and the heart cutouts in the tag die were the perfect amount of love.
Be sure to check out all the other projects being showcased today and don’t forget to come back each day this week to see the rest of the new releases! Much love all.
Hey all! I just wanted to share a card with you that I put together for Lea Lawson’s wonderful blog hop today, honoring her little one in Heaven, Layton.
All the details can be found on the Papertrey Blog HERE! Thanks for stopping by!