Hey all! I would like to preface this post with the fact that my camera was NOT working the day I took pics for this post and unfortunately I couldn’t get it resolved in time to retake them before this post. So I apologize for the photos!! I did however manage to get it fixed before I had to finish the rest of my projects during the release so these are the only ones effected. Thanks so much for your understanding! Xo.
Hellooooooooo! And welcome to the March Release Countdown for Papertrey Ink! Today we are introducing Vogue Vases, Simple Stems, as well as an adorable new collection called Ink It In. 🙂
I stamped four different vases on the top of my card panel and die cut one vase to be stamped inlayed underneath. I used one tiny little stem and flower to be inlayed as well and used my sentiments to create a “table” of sorts for them all to sit on. My color scheme was Ocean Tides, Enchanted Evening, Scarlett Jewel, Melon Berry, and Berry Sorbet.
The next project I have to show you used the different sets from the Ink It In collection by Lexi Daly.
This set is DARLING and instantly became a favorite of mine. Honestly anything with notepads on it is a keeper for me. 😉 The color scheme for this card is Tropical Teal, Raspberry Fizz, and Green Parakeet.
Thanks for stopping by!! I’ll be back all this week with plenty more inspiration for you!!
Hey everyone! This week is Teacher Appreciation Week (one of the most important weeks!!!) and to thank all of the dear teacher’s involved in my little one’s lives, I created these adorable little treat boxes using a bunch of Papertrey Ink goodies. Aren’t they just the cutest?! AND I even made a little process video for you so you can see start to finish how simple it is to put these together. Watch from here or from my brand new YouTube channel (which means I’ll be making more videos soon!) and give it a go yourself.
It’s that time of year again! My little Abbey is heading back to school, but this year she is officially a Kindergartener. (Eeeeek!) Her Kindergarten is part of the same Montessori school where she went to preschool so we know the teachers and assistants pretty well which is fun. I decided to make a few of them little welcome back cards to hopefully brighten their days as they start this new year.
I made them all pretty similar and just switched a detail a bit here and there. The pattern papers are from Echo Park Paper Co. and the stamps are from Papertrey Ink. I also used one of my favorite new tools, the Tiny Attacher. (LOVE that stapler.)
Hoping your back to school processes are going smoothly! Have a great week!