Happy Monday everyone! Here we are on day three of this months Papertrey Ink countdown. Today I have a few cards to share with you using my last set being released this month...Little Princess! Nichole and Melissa both created projects using that set yesterday and they were simply amazing. It's always such a joy for me to see what the design teams creates with my sets. :)
Before we get to far into todays post let me give you the details on Little Princess....
- features 14 images - 1 outlined castle, 1 solid castle, 1 flag, 2 hearts, 9 sentiments
- will retail for $15
- has a coordinating die
- will be available December 15th on the Papertrey Ink website
Only two colors for today...
Perfect princess colors, don't ya think!
For card #1 I started by die cutting my castle using white cardstock. Next, I stamped the outlined castle image in black ink and then went back and stamped the solid image in Lavender Moon ink. Using the two hearts in the set I stamped the hearts in the towers with Hibiscus ink. The patterned paper I used on all three cards is a piece I had in my stash. I'm pretty sure it is from Me & My Big Ideas. I did a little paper piecing and stamped the outlined castle onto a piece of the patterned paper and then cut the tops of the towers out and attached them over my die cut image. The die cut flags were stamped with the flag image that is in the set.
I used one of the dies from the Half & Half collection as the base for my sentiment. There are two 'princess' images in the set...this is the larger of the two. I stamped that in Hibiscus and then stamped the separate image, 'My little', above it.
I used the Classic Spellbinders Nestability die to create the circle on this next card. That was layered over a lace doily and then my castle was adhered over that. For this castle I die cut it out of Lavender Moon cardstock and then stamped the outlined castle in Hibiscus ink. This time I used Copic markers to color in my hearts and tower tops.
I added a little glitter to the tops of my towers and a few rhinestones. The sentiment 'Sweet girl' is from Sweet Baby.
Lastly for today is this card. I did quite a bit of paper piecing on this one. I colored my tower tops and door with a light grey Copic marker. Lots of glitter was added which is perfect for a Princess card!
'Happy Birthday' is another one of the sentiments that is part of Little Princess! It may be hard for you to tell but I carefully trimmed around the door with a xacto knife and gave it a slight bend to make it look like it was ajar.
You have now seen projects using all three of my new sets...Flower Fusion #11, Tree Tops and Little Princess. I'll be sharing more of all three sets over the next two days. Until then...
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Thanks for stopping in! See you all tomorrow! :)