There’s so much more still to see for Papertrey Ink’s March release. I have quite a few cards and projects to share with you today, so I hope you have a bit of time to browse. All new products are italicized and will be available March 15 10 pm EST.
To get started, I have a simple set of birthday cards that can be gifted to just about anyone. There’s always a birthday to celebrate and we could all use an extra set of cards to hand write a special note and send it off.
I packaged them up in a clear box with the envelopes and tied satin ribbon around it.
Here is a photo to give you a visual of the array of bold colors.
I heat embossed the graphics in Boutique Borders: Birthday with gold embossing powder. These cards came together in no time flat!
For my next card, I used Comfort Food Additions and paired it with Comfort Foods. I die cut the hard from the patterned paper journaling card and used the negative die cut. Then, I die cut the bowl and stamped the flowers from To You From Me stamp set. After stamping the sentiment on the patterned paper, I adhered everything to the card front. Last, I added a stamped spoon die cut.
Simple. Sweet. Warm.
This bright and cheery hello card features Polka Dot Parade #2 stamp set. I stamped the sentiment three times on differing cardstock hues and added the coordinating stamped butterflies.
Hello. Hello. Hello.
Up next, is another birthday card!
This time, I featured Wonderful Words: Birthday die and sentiment and paired it with Birthday Style.
I stamped the balloons directly onto the card front and added the die cut using foam adhesive. I stamped the sentiment and embellished the balloon bow with a rhinestone.
Wish. Big. Bold.
This card is super fun! Lots of layers, patterns, and colors. I used the new Get a Handle On It die along with Double-Ended Banner dies. I layered the banner die cuts onto some patterned paper and stitched along the left border. I added a piece of an eyelet border die cut by trimming some off.
I stamped the house from the new Spring Hills stamp set, colored it with some yellow Copic markers, and hand cut it. After adhering it to the card front, I embellished the left side with a resin flower.
I stamped the sentiment and did something even more fun…doodled! I hand drew a border and random scallops and dots.
Doodle. Layer. Color.
For my last project, I have a cute little note attached to a linen bag using Hello, Foxy.
I stamped the sentiment onto cardstock strips, hand cut the pennants and adhered them to the lunchbox note die cut. After die cutting the little fox, I colored him in with Copic markers and adhered him to the die cut. Using a mini clothespin, I attached it to the bag.
Sweet. Mini. Note.