It’s Day 2 of Papertrey Ink’s Release Week Countdown! We have some really great things in store for you so make sure you stop by the Papertrey Team Blog to see it all! πŸ˜‰

Today we are introducing Betsy Veldman’s latest masterpiece, Brushed Birds along with January’s Year of Psalms.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms brushed birds

This is definitely one of the most well known and popular scripture verses and rightfully so. It’s so beautiful and incites an incredible amount of empowerment and hope. On this card I paired it with two of the sweet brushed birds in an array of blue-greens and purples with the sentiment standing out in a nice True Black.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms brushed birds

Next we are introducing Lizzie Jones’ Warm Regards along with the latest in the Keep it Simple & Ways to Say series.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Warm Regards keep it simple ways to say

The dogwood flowers are unique and have a simple elegance that anyone can love. They pair really beautifully with the missing you and sorry sentiments from the latter two sets.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Warm Regards keep it simple ways to say

Be sure to check us out all week for more info on the upcoming January release which is live on the Papertrey web site January 15th at 10PM ET.

And join Lizzie, Julie and I on our FB Release Party Live right before on the 15th at 9PM ET. Much love all!

Xo, Stephanie

It’s day 3!!! How much are you loving all of the new products that have been released so far?? Well today we are focusing on some new editions in our current series. πŸ™‚

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink

Starting off with the Year of Psalms series, here we have December! I used the new Bitty Big: Hawaiian Shores and Soft Stone to accent the card and the newest Edgers Dies from Dawn McVey called Round Off.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink

For the next in the Quoted series we have Honeycomb which coordinates perfectly with the newest Stencil Basics: Hexagon.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink

Here’s a better look at the stencils ^^^ I added a flower from Farmers Market and stamped the little bee right on top. The plaid strip is from the new Bitty Big: Kraft.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink

Thanks for stopping by! Check out the other projects on the Papertrey Team Blog HERE !

Xo, Stephanie

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by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

And just like that it’s Papertrey release week again!! First off, a huge thank you to Julie, Lizzie, and everyone who joined us for the very first Release Party Live! Event when launching Betsy’s latest Make It Market Kit. It was such a blast!!

Second, I wanted to let you all know that I have been crazy sick on and off for like 3 weeks and now I’m fighting a sinus infection, so if you’ve been wondering why I’ve been so quiet on the platforms, I am just trying to get my family through each day right now haha. I’ll be back in good shape soon though I’m sure!

Alrighty!! Onto the fun! I am pleased to be able to showcase the latest Year of Psalms set with you today and this first card may be my ultimate fave.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

I obviously went for a very clean and simple vibe and I honestly couldn’t be happier with it. The twine wrapped around the holly adds some earthiness and the holly itself is the perfect pop of color.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

I decided to only use part of the sentiment because I thought it worked perfectly by itself and helped add to the simplistic design.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

My next card is super simple as well as a perfectly flat card!

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

I used the tree from the newest Traveler’s Journal: December set to create the large tree by spritzing the stamp with water before pressing directly onto watercolor paper. Let those water bubbles work for you! As they dry, you get a beautiful texture.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

For my last card I put together a much less simple design. I wanted the tag to act as a faux present feel and I think the Folded Tag Die gave it the perfect amount of movement.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

The sentiments are split up so the first one is the focal point and the second one makes the perfect background texture by repeatedly stamping in a soft, subtle color.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink year of psalms PTI Christmas Wonderland Kit

So that’s all for me today! Thank you SO much for stopping by and I can’t wait to see you soon! *wink wink*

Xo, Stephanie

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Hey everyone! Today we are showing you more ways you can use Year of Psalms: June & Textile Impressions. Let’s start off with Year of Psalms: June…

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Year of Psalms: June

Honestly, this stamp set is so beautiful on it’s own, there isn’t much you need to add to your cards to make them lovely. I layered two edgers off set and used a simple color scheme to create this card.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Year of Psalms: June

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Year of Psalms: June

Supplies:

STAMPS: Year of Psalms: June
INK: True Black, Tropical Teal, Lavender Moon, Simply Chartreuse, Sweet Blush
PAPER: Stampers Select White, Lavender Moon, Simply Chartreuse
DIES: To the Point Edgers
OTHER: Natural Twine

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Next is a card I created with Textile Impressions:

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Textile Impressions

I used a striking dark grey ink to create the top of my card base with a couple different stamps from the set. The floral arrangement is the perfect way to balance the toughness from the textile stamping and the sewn line over top of the flowers is an unexpected finishing touch.

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Textile Impressions

by Stephanie Gold for Papertrey Ink Textile Impressions

Supplies:

STAMPS: Textile Impressions, Garden Party
INK: True Black, Smokey Shadow, Simply Chartreuse, Tropical Teal, Aqua Mist, Lemon Tart, Bright Buttercup
PAPER: Stampers Select White
DIES: Garden Party
OTHER: White Thread

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Thank you so much for stopping by! Don’t forget there are step by step instructions on how to create these cards on Nichole’s Blog. See you again tomorrow for even more inspiration!

Xo, Stephanie

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