Forest Floor + Fence Line + Bold Borders

Today is all about new releases in a series! We are exploring fun ways to use the latest editions in the Forest Floor, Fence Line, and Bold Borders stamp die series.

Starting off with the new Bold Borders and Fence Line. I die cut two separate Bold Borders and laid them down in opposite directions. This gave those beautiful leaves a chance to sit about each other as opposed to simply on top ofย  one another, and show off two different, beautiful cardstock colors.

I chose to use just a few of the accent pieces from the Fence Line set as a way to bring in more fall colors, but truly let the dies from Bold Borders take the lead. Also, I’m obsessed with those teeny tiny birds. ๐Ÿ™‚

Mushrooms!!!! Lizzie made the cutesttttttttttt little mushrooms for this season’s Forest Floor set so obviously I had to stamp them a bunch of times. I went with a clean and simple design for this set, opting to let the images create dimension by masking them off before stamping, and keep the card as flat as possible.

They are just so cute (and after I stamped them in red I keep picturing Toad from Mario lol… I don’t know why, but I digress…) I wanted the sentiment to stay tiny so I built one out of a few of the smaller stamps and kept them deconstructed in my design.

You all ready to shop tomorrow?! It’s going to be a great one so be sure to get your cart ready tomorrow the 15th at 10pm ET, on Papertrey Ink’s web site!

I hope you enjoyed everything from this release and I will see you all again before you know it ๐Ÿ™‚

Xo, Stephanie

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Cover Up Hexagons + Forest Floor Summer + Seasonal Borders Summer + Noted Pinked Edge 2 // Papertrey Ink

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!

by stephanie gold for papertrey ink forest floor summer cover up hexagon bitty big limeade ice seasonal borders summer noted pinked edge 2 dies

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.

by stephanie gold for papertrey ink forest floor summer cover up hexagon bitty big limeade ice seasonal borders summer noted pinked edge 2 dies

A little Natural Jute Twine is the perfect finisher for this homey card.

by stephanie gold for papertrey ink forest floor summer cover up hexagon bitty big limeade ice seasonal borders summer noted pinked edge 2 dies

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.

by stephanie gold for papertrey ink forest floor summer cover up hexagon bitty big limeade ice seasonal borders summer noted pinked edge 2 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!

Xo, Stephanie

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You Deserve Flowers + Forest Floor: Spring

Hey lovelies! Today, Rebecca Luminarias has a gorgeous set of stamps and dies to share with all of you and Lizzie Jones has a sweet new set called Forest Floor: Spring.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink you deserve flowers tulip tag scalloped tags forest floor spring

I used light and Eastery colors for this card and made little bow polka dots on the card base in Soft Stone. The tag in the center is cut right from the card base and popped up for some dimension.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink you deserve flowers tulip tag scalloped tags forest floor spring

My next card is a masculine take on the Forest Floor: Spring set.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink you deserve flowers tulip tag scalloped tags forest floor spring

I used multiple greens to create a frame at the top of my card, accenting the focal point which is the frame and small sentiment in the center. The black and white twine ties the black color in and finishes the card off.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink you deserve flowers tulip tag scalloped tags forest floor spring

Thanks for stopping by! Don’t forget to join us on the Papertrey Blog for the release party live on the 15th and of course for the last day of new release projects tomorrow!

Xo, Stephanie

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