It's that time again! Time for this months Papertrey Ink countdown and I couldn't be more excited to share my new sets with you. Today I'm going to focus on just one of the two sets I have coming out this month....Sending You. I adore this set! So much fun and so many possibilities when stamping with it. You will see as I share my projects with you over the next 5 days!
Before we get started with todays projects here are a few details about this set:
- 23 images (7 flower images, 6 leave images, 1 frame, 9 sentiments)
- it will retail for $24
- there are coordinating dies for the frame & two of the leaves
- it will be available for purchase on the Papertrey Ink website starting March 15th
Let's jump right in, shall we?!
Here is a shot of all my projects I made for day one. I used one sheet of Dotty Biscotti patterned paper to create all of these along with some Orange Zest, Kraft and white.
Now one of the best things (I think) about this set is that it works perfectly with many of the flower dies that Papertrey Ink offers. For this first card I used the Beautiful Blooms #2 die collection.
After running the flowers through my die machine I stamped them with Versamark ink using three of the flower images in the Sending You set.
Each one was sprinkled with embossing powder and heated up.
The leaves & sentiment (part of the set) were stamped in Dark Chocolate ink. The leaves have a die which will make creating super fast!
For my next card I used the frame image that is included in the set! I already know I am going to be using this A LOT! This also has a coordinating die!!
After die cutting and stamping my frame I stamped the leaves, flowers and sentiment. There is a solid and outlined leave image, that you see above, that is part of Sending You.
For todays last project I used the Beautiful Blooms #1 die collection!
I stamped the largest flower in the set onto a piece of white cardstock and then lined it up underneath the Dotty Biscotti patterned paper so it would be right in the center of the die cut flower. I attached the white cardstock to my cardfront and then used foam adhesive under the patterned paper and attached it over the white.
I also created a tag using the frame image and die!
I'll see you tomorrow with lots more to share including a project using Flower Fusion #2! :)