Celebrating Love: Now & Then

Hey Friends! Today, the design team is showcasing a few new love themed product collections. My card uses To Have & To Hold and I designed an anniversary card. To Have & To Hold is a beautifully illustrated set that features a floral heart and lots of sentiments. Not only is this set great for anniversaries, weddings, and other love related occasions, but the images can be used for just about anything else. Papertrey Ink’s December Release will be available tonight at 10pm ET at Papertrey Ink.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink - December 2016 - To Have & To Hold - #AshleyCannonNewell #PapertreyInk #PaperSuite

To Have and the Hold includes this beautiful floral heart. Using the dies, you can cut the full heart or the frame of the heart as shown on this card. The set includes an array of floral and leaf images to embellish the heart.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink - December 2016 - To Have & To Hold - #AshleyCannonNewell #PapertreyInk #PaperSuite

I added polka dotted pattern to the card front. I used Melon Berry inked, but stamped off the first time to get a lighter peach hue.

The sentiments in the set are in a great font and you can select a couple of options to state exactly what you’d like to send.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink - December 2016 - To Have & To Hold - #AshleyCannonNewell #PapertreyInk #PaperSuite

I added a ribbon treatment to the divide the polka dotted pattern on the bottom portion of the card.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink - December 2016 - To Have & To Hold - #AshleyCannonNewell #PapertreyInk #PaperSuite

Supplies

*all supplies are available at Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted

Stamps: To Have & To Hold

Ink: Smokey Shadow, Simply Chartreuse, Pure Poppy, Scarlet Jewel, Pale Peony, Melon Berry, Summer Sunrise, Dark Indigo, New Leaf, Canyon Clay, Prairie Grass, Lilac Grace

Paper: White

Dies: To Have & To Hold

Other: Pure Poppy twill tape

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Thanks for visiting to see my projects! Don’t forget to check out Nichole Heady‘s blog to see more details and links to other design team members who created projects to share!

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Dawn McVey

Heather Nichols

Kay Miller

Laurie Schmidlin

Laurie Willison

Lizzie Jones

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  • Janet - Love this – the polka dot detail adds so much!ReplyCancel

  • Linda - Lovely card, Ashley. The top and bottom “border” of polka dots really make such a difference in the visual texture of the card. Love it!ReplyCancel

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