Today, I’m sharing a lot of cards for the December 2011 Papertrey Ink release. All new release products will be available for purchase tonight, December 15 at 10 pm EST. Take a moment to get a glimpse of the wonderful stamps, paper, ink, buttons, and dies I’ve used. I’ve added instruction for each card below the photos as well as a supply list. For those items not yet available at the time of this posting, they are listed below the linkable supplies. Thanks so much for taking a peek today!
Trim patterned paper to about 4″ x 5.25″, then stamp tree images.
Die cut castle, then stamp castle silhouette, then the outline. Voila, no need to color! Also, dab a bit of pink marker to the hearts and upper windows. To finish it off, add stickles to the roof, windows, and flags. Adhere to patterned paper between trees with foam adhesive.
Hand cut a circle and spiral cut it out, then assemble rosette. Die cut two leaves. Cut one in half and add to each side of rosette to the front, center of castle. Finish off with pearl.
Add ribbon treatment. Assemble another rosette and adhere to ribbon knot. Again, cut leaf die cut in half and adhere under rosette.
Adhere patterned paper to simply chartreuse A2 card front.
Add zig zag border stitching and extra stickles to trees.
Die cut two mega mat stack 4 from aqua mist cardstock, then dry emboss one die cut.
Score a ¼” from the top of one die cut, then assemble to the the other die cut to create a card shape.
Stamp sentiment in smokey shadow ink.
Die cut keys from shimmer cardstock, then stamp images with smokey shadow ink and adhere to card front with foam adhesive.
Die cut heart and adhere with foam adhesive.
Trim pink cardstock to about 4” x 5.25”.
Die cut circle, stamp image and sentiment.
Die cut scalloped circle, then mat circle on top of it using foam adhesive.
Die cut leaf, then stamp image. Adhere to pink cardstock using foam adhesive, then add scalloped circle die cut.
Add ribbon treatment with button and twine.
Adhere to white A2 card front.
Die cut seed packets, snowflakes, and tags in various colors. Also, die cut snowmen, scarves, and hats in rustic white cardstock.
Stamp text on snowflake dies or add glitter. Add assembled snowmen die cuts to snowflakes, then adhere to seed packet die cuts.
Die cut hearts and “you” for two seed packets and adhere.
Trim slits into tags. Add lollipops (covered with tissue paper and ribbon), then insert into seed packets.
Additional Supplies: Made of Snow Mini, Made of Snow Mini dies
Trim kraft cardstock to about 3” x 5.25”, then hand draw a squiggly line in pencil. Using a piercing tool, pierce holes, then hand stitch floss.
Stamp airplane on white cardstock and color. Cut out airplane and adhere to cardstock with foam adhesive.
Die cut heart trim, then adhere behind kraft cardstock to create a decorative border.
Adhere kraft cardstock to white A2 card front with foam adhesive.
Trim patterned papers to fit an A2 card front. Die cut book print using pinking shears die, then adhere as a border between two patterned paper panels.
Stamp flower on white cardstock, then cut out. Adhere to patterned paper horizontally with foam adhesive.
Stamp birthday sentiment and adhere to paper with foam adhesive.
Stamp tulip dots over top portion of patterned paper.
Add ribbon treatment. Adhere to hibiscus burst A2 card front.
Adhere decorative trim and doily half onto journaling card. Also, add ribbon treatment.
Stamp tree (twice for full coverage) onto doily and journaling card.
Adhere buttons, then add stickles over all buttons.
Stamp sentiment on journaling card at an angle.
Mat journaling card on black cardstock.
Stamp Tree Tops pattern on a 4” x 4.25” rustic white card front. Then, adhere journaling card to card front.
Don’t forget to stop by the other designers’ blogs (if you haven’t already) to see what they created! I am so excited to see too!Nichole Heady Betsy Veldman Danielle Flanders Dawn McVey Debbie Olson Erin Lincoln Heather Nichols Jessica Witty Lisa Johnson Maile Belles Melissa Phillips Michelle Wooderson