Hello again! It’s Day 2 of Papertrey Ink’s April release and we have more fun Betsy Veldman goodies for you today! Introducing Fence Line Spring and Noted Simply Stitched dies.
I had to pair this adorable fence with the Farmers Market Florals in at least one card today, aren’t they just perfect for each other?!
The Noted dies are perfect for adding some structure to a uniquely shaped card as well.
My next project was really fun… I created an arbor by using two of the fences (or cutting one in half depending on the size you want) with a trimmed Gatsby Glamour frame. I wanted to create an outdoor wedding scene but it would be fun to use this idea to create a garden scene as well!
The sentiment and banner are from the previously released Choose Joy stamp set.
And finally, some Simply Chartreuse for you. 😉
I used multiple dies from the Noted set to create a frame for a fun little spring scene.
Those rain boots get me every time. 🙂
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Hey friends! Some time ago I put together a set of cards for my church that I loved so much and wanted to share with you today. I used a combination of Maggie Holmes Open Book products and Papertrey Ink stamps and dies.
The stamp sets I used were A Cheerful Heart and Choose Joy. The sentiments in these sets are some of my favorites.
Each card is the same layout with just a couple details changed. This made for a quick process and a fun eclectic finish on a cheerful card set.
Do you ever put card sets like this one together? What are your favorite products to use? Thanks for stopping by! Happy Monday!!
With Papertrey Ink celebrating their 9th anniversary this month, I am on a little PTI celebratory card making kick! Today I have a couple cards made with the Choose Joy Stamp Set by Papertrey Ink. I adore these sentiments and the sweet delicate little flowers are the perfect compliment.
I wrapped these cards with little twine frames (see here) and then let them be! Aren’t they simple and sweet? Here is the lighter version.
Goodness I love these.
I donated these to our church as well. I need to make more of them though because I just love them. Have a happy Friday, a wonderful weekend, and be sure to check out the Papertrey festivities for their anniversary!