It’s Day 3 of Papertrey Ink’s 9th Anniversary February Release! I hope you are enjoying everything so far. Today, the design team is showcasing Betsy Veldman’s new product series, Tiny Town. Not only are the dies easy to use and assemble, but they are so cute and versatile. You can use them for home decor, gift giving, and so much more. Betsy thinks of everything…every…thing! 🙂 All new products will be available at Papertrey Ink on February 15 at 10 pm ET.
I made a couple of Tiny Town: Churches to hold sweet treats for Miss Lauren.
This church holds up to four packs of the Annie’s Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks. She loves those!
Assembly was super simple. The assembly options are endless. Choose monotone or many colors to create the Tiny Town Church of your choice.
I didn’t add the handle to this Tiny Tiny gift box. To be honest, I had one cut and on my table, then somehow forgot and added the twine. I think it looks great, but the functionality of it is limited. This demonstrates that you can use it with or without a handle!
I made a second Tiny Town Church (and recorded my creative process – see video below).
I love the look o the Tiny Church with the Mint Julep polka dot patterned paper!
*All supplies are available at Papertrey Ink, unless otherwise noted.
Cardstock: white, lovely lady, mint julep
Patterned Paper: mint julep polka dots
Dies: Tiny Town, Tiny Town: Church
Other: true black baker’s twine
Here is a new episode to my creative process series! I hope you enjoy watching a part of my process in making the Tiny Town Church. This video is not intended to be a tutorial, but a peek over my craft table while I create.
Don’t forget to check out Nichole Heady‘s blog to see all about today’s product introductions, announcements, and links to other design team members who created projects to share today!