Tonight is the night! You can purchase all of Papertrey Ink’s new December products. I have a lot of cards to share with you today using more of these new stamps and dies.
Here’s an artsy style love card for you featuring a new cover plate die and Love Notes stamps/die set.
- Die cut cover plate from cardstock.
- Using gelatos and gesso, color the die cut in various shades of reds, yellows, greens and blues.
- Add cover plate die cut to card front.
- Die cut and stamp chairs and adhere to card front.
- Stamp greeting.
Stamps: Love Notes
Inks: True Black, gelatos
Cardstock: White, Pure Poppy
Dies: Cover Plate: In the Woods, Love Notes
Building blocks are a must-have for all kids, so I’ve created a Building Blocks party invitation for a two-year old.
- Stamp building blocks on cardstock.
- Adhere panel to summer sunrise cardstock.
- Die cut rectangle building block and stamp coordinating image.
- Stamp greeting on building block stamped die cut and adhere using foam adhesive.
- Stamp “you’re invited” on cardstock strip and adhere to building blocks stamped panel using foam adhesive.
- Die cut “2” and adhere using foam adhesive.
- Add red panel to card front, then add building blocks panel.
Stamps: Block Party, Keep It Simple: You’re Invited
Inks: Limeade Ice, Summer Sunrise, Enchanted Evening, Harvest Gold, Pure Poppy, Hawaiian Shores, Aqua Mist
Cardstocks: Pure Poppy, Summer Sunrise, White, Enchanted Evening
Dies: Block Party, By the Numbers
I love little houses stamped in a row. Now, I need to find someone with a new home!
- Stamp houses on card front.
- Stamp greeting at the top.
Stamps: Tinsel & Tags House Additions
Inks: Pure Poppy, Enchanted Evening, New Leaf, Orange Zest, True Black, Hawaiian Shores
I saw this sentiment and had to use it on this card. Now, I need to find someone with news they’re itching to share!!
- Die cut phrase play from black, raspberry fizz, hawaiian shores, harvest gold cardstocks and four times from coasters.
- Adhere the coasters to black cardstock to create height to form the shaker element.
- Fill in the Hip Hip part with varying cardstock colors.
- Die cut journal card from patterned paper and adhere onto layered phrase play die cut (after including sequins).
- Die cut banner. Hand cut pennant on one end and add scallop edge.
- Adhere onto card front with patterned paper panel.
Stamps: Phrase Play #11
Ink: True Black
Cardstock: Harvest Gold, True Black, Hawaiian Shores, Raspberry Fizz, White, acetate, coasters
Patterned Paper: Lemon Tart stripes, Hawaiian Shores bitty dots
Dies: Phrase Play #11, Journal Card 1, Song Birds
Other: sequins, scallop edge scissors
A true friend can always use a sweet card like this just to say hello.
- Die cut scalloped circle and plain circle.
- Stamp flowers and hello onto circle and layer onto felt scalloped circle die cut.
- Die cut bookmark and tag from vellum.
- Add circle embellishment.
- Add stamped cardstock strip.
- Add layered felt flower embellishment.
- Add onto patterned paper card front.
Stamps: Hello There
Inks: Pure Poppy, Raspberry Fizz, Sweet Blush, New Leaf, Summer Sunrise, Aqua Mist, Lavender Moon, True Black
Cardstock: Rustic White, vellum
Patterned Paper: Soft Stone bitty dot
Dies: Limitless Layers: Circles, Tag Sale #5, Basic Bookmark #2, Just Smile
Felt: White, Aqua Mist, Lavender Moon
Every little boy (or girl) deserves a robot birthday card! I love the way you can make the robot hold items. I think a little gift box in the other hand would be awesome too.
- Stamp robot.
- Die cut balloon and add to card front.
Stamps: Little Human, Heart-2-Heart #2
Inks: Summer Sunrise, Pure Poppy, Enchanted Evening, New Leaf, Aqua Mist, Hawaiian Shores, True Black
Cardstock: White, Pure Poppy
Dies: Heart-2-Heart #2
Sometimes, you just need to make peace with someone. Why not with a card?
- Die cut and stamp polaroid-inspired frame.
- Stamp hand and shirt sleeve on die cut.
- Add to scalloped journal card.
- Die cut speech bubble and stamp Peace.
- Add satin ribbon.
- Add felt floral embellishments.
- Layer onto aqua mist cardstock, and then to card front.
Stamps: Give Me a Hand, Just Smile
Inks: Pinefeather, Dark Chocolate, True Black, Versamark
Cardstock: Limeade Ice, Sweet Blush, Aqua Mist, White
Patterned Paper: Crate Paper (Open Book)
Dies: Give Me a Hand, Just Smile, Bitty Button Stacks, Journal Card 2
Felt: Lavender Moon, Limeade Ice, White, Aqua Mist
Other: satin ribbon, rhinestones
Know someone with a birthday in January who happens to love coffee or tea? This card design is perfect for them!
- Stamp newsprint background.
- Add stamped drips and dribbles.
- Stamp birthday greeting.
- Die cut and stamp coffee mug and adhere to card front with foam adhesive.
Stamps: Birthday Classics: January, Drips & Dribbles, Heart-2-Heart #1
Inks: Fine Linen, Dark Chocolate, Classic Kraft, Pure Poppy
Cardstock: Vintage Cream
Dies: Heart-2-Heart #1
Such a sweet valentine for your valentine.
- Die cut text block.
- Using gelatos, create a colorful background, then adhere text block as an overlay.
- Add to patterned paper.
- Clip on stamped sentiment strip.
Stamps: Keep It Simple: Valentine
Ink: Scarlet Jewel, gelatos
Cardstock: White, Sweet Blush
Dies: Text Block: Love
Patterned Paper: Make It Market Kit Beautiful Brushstrokes
Thanks so much for visiting today. There is so much to see at the rest of the design team’s blogs, so check them out too. I have another post shortly today too!Nichole Heady Betsy Veldman Danielle Flanders Dawn McVey Erin Lincoln Heather Nichols Laura Bassen Laurie Willison Maile Belles