Today wraps up all of the February release festivities for Papertrey Ink. I hope you enjoyed all of the anniversary challenges and opportunities to win some great prizes. Without further ado, here are my remaining projects using products that will be available for purchase tonight at 10pm EST. If some supply links do not work, please bare with me as I will be updating links to coordinate with Papertrey Ink’s newly released web site.
Maile’s Beautiful Butterflies set is amazing. I love the variety of butterfly silhouettes and the great sentiments in combined fonts. This set is for sure a must-have in any stamper’s collection to design projects for any occasion. The coordinating dies make the design possibilities endless.
Die cut boxy banners from cardstock.
On small boxy banner, stamp butterfly pattern in various ink colors.
Add border stitching to boxy banner and assemble to large card front boxy banner.
Die cut banner border and adhere, then add ribbon treatment.
Additional Supplies Released on February 15: Beautiful Butterflies stamp set + Fine Linen ink
Melissa Bickford designs some amazing sets and Lighten Up is one of them. I love the patterns on the lamp shades and the lamp shapes. Using this set reminded me of one of my many visits to HomeGoods, a home store spin-off by TJ Maxx. I decied to cluster the lamps together, just like how you may see them on display with a variety of styles and colors all-in-one!
Trim patterned paper to about 3.75” x 4.75”.
Die cut lamps and shades and stamp all lamps and assemble stamped die cuts onto patterned paper.
Trim a doily and adhere around patterned paper edges.
Mat onto black cardstock, then adhere on card front.
Nature at its finest, Lovely Leaves, designed by Nichole, is an amazing stamp set. I really like the versatility in the leaf stamps. From solids to outlines to dotted, it is all covered here, right along with sentiments.
Stamp leaf pattern on white card base.
Die cut half and half die, then adhere cardstock strip. Adhere to card front.
Stamp sentiment on cardstock block. Add cardstock strips and adhere to half and half banner.
Flowers! They are always welcome in my stamp collection. I don’t think you can have enough. Tiffany designed some great flowers with fun patterns. From backgrounds to embellishments, these stamps along with their coordinating dies really can make an impression for any project.
Trim patterned paper.
Die cut mat stack and flowers.
Stamp flowers and adhere to mat stack. Then embellish with a button.
Trim cardstock strip and stamp sentiment, then adhere to mat stack.
Adhere mat stack to patterned paper. Then, add to square card front.
Additional Supplies Available February 15: Frilly Flowers + Frilly Flowers Dies
Simply You really helps you design cards for those special occasions. The variations of “you” can be added to any paper crafting projects, including scrapbooking. You always have to love when you can use stamps for multiple projects!
Stamp medallion background in blue and red inks.
Adhere ruler to card front.
Stamp sentiment on cardstock block, then adhere over ruler.
Die cut pinking border from red cardstock, then adhere behind yellow cardstock.
Stamp sentiment below cardstock block.
Oh my Pinefeather! Heather is designing another year-long series. I’m so excited about each of the Framed Out stamp sets that will be introduced. Frames are so fun to incorporate into any design. So, I used home decor as my inspiration for this card. You know those picture frame clusters everyone is pinning on Pinterest? Well, here’s a card version!
Die cut some frames and stamp coordinating images.
Adhere frames to card front; some with dimension, some without.
Stamp sentiment on inside of one of the frames.
Add embellishments to other frames. Stamp and cut star. Wrap twine around mini clothepins. Die cut and stamp butterfly. Hand cut and roll felt flower.