It’s Day 3 of the *new* Papertrey Ink release countdown and I have 2 more projects to share with you today!
Starting out with the newest in the Quoted series, we have Quoted: Living Longer. I thought this quote looked so gorgeous on it’s own, I decided to make it as much of the focal point as I could.
I began by giving it a background made with a heart “stencil” and stamping all of the miniature hearts that come with this set repeatedly in different colors until it filled the larger heart. The rest of the sentiment is stamped in Smokey Shadow and I popped the banner up for a little something extra.
Next we have the Tag Sale #11 die and the adorable stencils all in quatrefoil shapes! I used Texture Paste mixed with Tropical Teal Ink to create the background and used a vellum overlay to adhere my sentiment. The “Get Well Soon” sentiment is from the newest Ways To Say series.
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Hi and welcome! I am back from a very successful family vacation and ready to go with more cards! 🙂 Today I am working with Studio Calico’s March kit, Office Hours which is still available! You can check it out here.
The floral papers that came in this kit were some of my favorite papers… ever. I adore them! This card is a piece of light blue cardstock with a strip of floral pattern paper through the center. I attached a tag from an older SC kit to the front and stamped the sentiment onto a piece of punched white cardstock. I embellished with a bit of ribbon and a few buttons and rounded the bottom corners.
This card is very similar to the first one. I used the Punch cardstock for the back and the same floral pattern paper in the front. I used a larger tag (from this month’s kit) to stamp the suns and the sentiment. Looking back, I wish I would have used black ink on this sentiment. I definitely think it would have stood out better. 🙂 I tied a bow on the tag and left it pretty simple.
For this last card I tried an unusual layout. I stamped the clouds and sentiment on a piece of light blue cardstock. I stamped the cloud outline on white cardstock and used dimensional adhesive to attach the umbrella on top and then trimmed around them. I also used the dimensional adhesive to attach the cloud/umbrella to the blue cardstock. I tied the pink bow around it and attached it to the pattern paper and then the card base.
I used this kit to make 2 cards from a previous post which you can find here. (The bottom 2 cards). I LOVED this kit. I hope next month’s is just as amazing! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! I will see you next Tuesday. 🙂