Tuesday, February 15, 2011

more stamping fun!

Hi blogger friends, I hope you are having a great morning! Grab your coffee and get ready to explore the other super cute new stamp sets coming out this month by Papertrey Ink!
This first card is one of my favorites, made with the NEW Tag Its #1 stamp set.
I made a little pocket from an older pattern paper in my stash, cut a little yellow tag to fit inside and some buttons from the Buttoned Up dies for the front! I made my own little felt heart and little ric rac pieces with pinking shears.
Sending My Love to You pocket card:
  • Stamps: Tag Its #1
  • Ink: Sweet Blush (pink ring), Hawaiian Shores (blue saying), Pure Poppy (sending my love)
  • Paper: Harvest Gold, white. Other paper: Making Memories.
  • Other: Buttoned Up die, Tag Sale #3 die, red, blue and yellow felt, ribbon is Morex.
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The next card is made with the NEW Hello, Friend stamp set!
When I saw the sentiment (and had some leftover paper doilies laying on my table), I thought of a doily rainbow and little stitched clouds. What could be cheerier than a rainbow? I cut the doilies in half. The clouds were made with a small scalloped circle from the doily dies and cut in half as well.

Wishing You a Cheery Sort of Day card:
  • Stamps: Hello, Friend
  • Ink: True Black
  • Paper: Harvest Gold, red, Aqua Mist
  • Other: Delightful Doily Dies (doilies and clouds), Edgers Die, Love Lives Here die (heart), felt, twine.
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Just For You is made with the NEW Fillable Frames Additions #1 stamp set.
I used the frame and the saying from this stamp set and added the polkdots from the new Bitty Background Blocks set. The flowers and little leaves were handmade with Papertrey Ink's beautiful array of felt colors!
 Just For You card:
  • Stamps: Fillable Frames Additions 1, polkadot stamps – Bitty Background Blocks
  • Ink: Pure Poppy, True Black
  • Paper: Harvest Gold
  • Other: button, felt, ribbon- Lemon Tart Grosgrain, twine.
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This little Easter card is made with the new Friendship Jar Spring Fillers. There are lots of cute little spring images to fill up the Friendship Jar stamps!
The jar is stamped from the Friendship Jar set (and the pink polkadots) and then I filled up my jar with the cute eggs from the Spring Fillers set. To make these eggs, I used Hawaiian Shores ink and stamped them onto a creme patterned paper, then cut them out.

Farm Fresh Eggs card:
  • Stamps: Friendship Jar Spring Fillers, Friendship Jar
  • Ink: Sweet Blush, True Black, Hawaiian Shores
  • Paper: Harvest Gold, white
  • Other: Delightful Doily dies, Buttoned Up dies, paper by Making Memories, white paint, Prima flower, Aqua Mist ribbon, yellow and blue felt.
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The Hi There! card is made with the NEW Flower Fusion #1 set.
I stamped the stems and sayings with the Flower Fusion set, then added some fun little flowers from Making Memories! To create the little photo corners, I stamped some Bitty Background Blocks and cut them down a bit.

Hi There card:
  • Stamps: Flower Fusion #1
  • Ink: Simply Chartreuse, True Black, Fresh Snow
  • Paper: Simply Chartreuse
  • Other: Flowers by Making Memories, felt, twine from the Twinery.
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Last, but not least, a quick one made with the NEW Think Big Favorites 1 stamp set.
I used a darker purple ink for the large sentiment and a lighter one for the frame, then stamped all of the little hearts separately and cut them out in one piece. I popped them up with dimensional adhesive.


A Note of Thanks card:
  • Stamps: Think Big Favorites #1, Mat Stack 4 Collection, Friendship Jar Spring Fillers
  • Ink: Pure Poppy (hearts), Sweet Blush (inside of hearts), Plum Pudding (you’re too kind), Lavender Moon (frame)
  • Paper: white cardstock
  • Other: twine from the Twinery, dimensional adhesive, pinking shears.
Phew! Thanks for reading all of that today! :) That wraps up my very first month at Papertrey Ink. I absolutely had a blast creating with these fun products and can't wait to see what's in store for next month! I hope you liked my creations.
Hugs,

25 comments:

clouds shadler said...

Luv all the cards, yer fun cards are truly a new creative way of using PTI schtuff :) I really like the "for you" card, will u put a tut on how to make those gorgeous felt flowers :)

Hugs,
C :)

Angelika said...

So great! Thank you for sharing aus and for all the inspiration. Your cards are so wonderful!

Have a nice day
Angelika

lynn said...

gorgeous, gorgeous creativity:)

Jocelyn said...

Such beautiful cards!!! The stamping is awesome and I love all the detail work on each one!!!

Wishing you a Terrific Tuesday!!

Ruth S said...

Gorgeous cards as ever Danielle! I love the cheery doily rainbow especially, and your sweet felt rolled roses. Too cute!

Betty Kimmel said...

I enjoy visiting your blog and seeing all of the beauties you post every time, these cards are fantastic! can't wait to see more creations
TFS
-BK

The Mize of Texas said...

I love looking through your designs! Thanks for all of the inspiration.

melanie said...

Welcome to the team and thanks for all of the card beauties! I have a hard time thinking outside of the box, but your blog will be great inspiration for me...you are so clever!

Lindsay said...

Gorgeous Projects Danielle! I adore those rolled felt flowers! Everything is perfection!

Anonymous said...

All of your cards are wonderful! I especially love the *doily sunrise*, way to think outside of the box! The rolled felt roses are beautiful. Your choice of colors for all the cards is fantastic! Welcome to the PTI team--I'll be checking your site regularly! Sue (suen)

Diane Jaquay said...

Fabulous projects, one and all, so happy to have you on the PTI DT!!

Gina Lideros said...

I love your cards. They are all so beautiful, love all the felt touches!

Cathy Weber said...

You made so many beautiful cards this month Danielle. From today, I have zoomed in on that friendship jar card to see how you painted it. It is wonderful. You just have to give us a little tutorial on that technique one day soon. That card has such a homey-cozy type look to it. Those little felt rolled flowers are great today too!

red balloon said...

Gorgeous cards--so inspiring! I *love* your felt flowers. Thanks for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

Love your CHEERY SORT OF DAY card! Bah-rilliant use of the doily dies! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your FOR YOU card with the felt flowers. Could you please do a tutorial on how you made the flowers? I would love to try to make them.

Star Ark Creativity said...

I like all the cards you made with dolly and with out they are all cute. Thank you for sharing.
Have a great day :)
Delama

*fsm* said...

Beautiful cards Danielle! You bring a totally fresh spin on PTI products! I love the Cheery Sort of Day and Hi There! cards. I LOVE how you stamped the sentiment on the flower stem. It's small little twist that gives the card a unique look. And I love the felt flowers on the Just For you card!

Sasha Boo said...

What's up you inspirational love bug you? Your work girl NEVER stops amazing me .. love it .. and thank you for stopping by and saying hi .. hee hee

Denise E said...

Love all these gorgeous projects. You did a great job on your first month as a PTI design team member! Keep up the great work and we look forward to seeing all you create in the future!

just lisa said...

Such beautiful details on all your cards....love 'em!!

Jennifer said...

you are so very talented!! :) LOVE them all!

Babydoll said...

These are all so cute. I just love the little roses! :)

Brad Fallon said...

Beautiful cards! You are very talented.

gardener said...

Really like the style of your cards and use of great colors. Now I see why you were added to the DT. Great work. Especially love the embossed blue card with the sunrise doily cut outs and clouds. Very clever.

Elizabeth said...

Danielle all of your cards look like a million bucks! I kid you not! They are each so different and so beautiful!!!! You did a GJ with the Papertrey Ink items!!!
Amazing girl!
e.