Say it Simply: You & Yours + Sweet Stitching

Well helloooooooooo there crafty friends! Today is the kickoff of Papertrey Ink’s September release countdown and boy oh boyyyyyyy do we have a lineup for you this month!! I am SO excited to show you all we have in store for you, but today just a few items. 😉

stephanie gold for papertrey ink say it simply you and yours sweet stitching

The lovely Dawn McVey designed the products I’m showcasing for you today starting with the incredible, Sweet Stitching stamp set and impression plate. I stamped my card base first in five different colors creating a little pattern and then ran it through my Vagabond with the impression plate afterwords.

The sentiment is the latest in Dawn’s series, Say it Simply, and this one is called You & Yours. I cut mine from 4 pieces of Soft Stone cardstock and layered them to create a chipboard effect. I love the light and airy feel this card finished with.

stephanie gold for papertrey ink say it simply you and yours sweet stitching

Thank you all so much for stopping by and I hope to see you all this week for nonstop crafty goodness you will definitely not want to miss!

Much love.

Xo, Stephanie

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You Made My Day + Say It Simply + Glorious Globes + Scallop Stackers

Welcome back to Day 2 of Papertrey Ink’s August new release! My first project showcases one of the lovely new sets by Rebecca Luminarias, You Made My Day, along with the August edition of Lizzie Jones’ Glorious Globes series.

I repeat stamped the large “Grateful” sentiment in the background to add extra texture and used the adorable globe to be the focal point, as well as add to my background sentiment.

The Scallop Stacker small die cut sits atop a Simply Chartreuse card base and a rustic twine wrapped around the new Shape Shifters adds a bit of whimsy.

My second project today is a light and airy card that accents the beautiful dies from the new Say It Simply: Wishing You A Lovely Birthday, by Dawn McVey. The background was created using Text & Texture: Roses, and I strung some twine through the holes in the Scallop Stackers for a little fun.

Thanks so much for stopping by! See you tomorrow 😉

Xo, Stephanie

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