Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Papertrey Ink July Release In Review

The Papertrey Ink July release will be available in the store tonight at 10 pm EST. I have a few more release projects to share today.


First up is the Morning By Morning stamps and dies. These are some of prettiest florals I've ever stamped with! My colors aren't the typical blues and purples, but I do think morning glories come in pinks, too. (And if not, call this creative license!)


I stamped and die-cut the main floral image and placed it on a soft gray watercolored background, then stamped the sentiment in a gray ink to match the background. This is so much prettier in real life than in the photo!

Stamps: Morning By Morning
Dies: Morning By Morning
Ink: Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, Harvest Gold, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, Pumice Stone Distress ink
Paper: white and Soft Stone card stock; watercolor paper
Other: Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors, clear sequins




I love the many possibilities with Petite Places: Main Street (coffee, flowers, cafe, bistro), but coffee first. Of course. Always {wink}.


On the Smokey Shadow card base, I stamped a "Let's Do Coffee" background in VersaMark ink. 


The row of buildings is placed against a shortened Blue Skies Cover Plate panel that is sponged lightly with Aqua Mist ink. As always, the Petite Places details are incredible -- the little table and chairs and the flower cart just for starters. Along the bottom, I white embossed a sentiment from Keep It Simple: Just Because.

Stamps: Petite Places: Main Street, Keep It Simple: Just Because
DiesPetite Places: Main Street, Blue Skies Cover Plate
Ink: Ocean Tides, Melon Berry, Harvest Gold, Aqua Mist, Smokey Shadow, True Black, VersaMark
Paper: white, Smokey Shadow, Ocean Tides card stock; Black & White All Over paper collection 
Other: vellum, white linen thread, foam adhesive, sponge daubers, white embossing powder





You've had lots of looks at Maile Belles' new So Striking collection (stamps, dies, and a paper collection) during Sunday's group post and from Maile's extra peeks. Here's my take. I was especially drawn to this fun, graphic, sunburst pattern. I added two tags from the Keep It Simple: Frames die set, and added a stamped sun, stamped sentiment, and die-cut sentiment.


The word "awesome" is cut four times from Spring Rain card stock and stacked for extra thickness. I also machine stitched along the rays, just for fun.

Stamps: So Striking
Dies: So Striking, Keep It Simple Frames
Ink: Summer Sunrise, True Black
Paper: Fresh Snow linen, white, Soft Stone, and Smokey Shadow card stock; So Striking paper collection
Other: foam adhesive, sewing machine, white linen thread






I think this is my first-ever Rosh Hashanah card! I love this sweet set designed by Lizzie Jones, and am so glad to have it in my collection.


I stamped and die-cut nine apples and arranged them in a grid on a Stitched Rectangle die-cut. leaving room between the second and third row for a stamped sentiment.



I added some Glossy Accents to the honey for some realistic shine. It sure looks sticky!


Stamps: L'Shanah Tovah
Dies: L'Shanah Tovah, Stitched Rectangles
Ink: Pure Poppy, Limeade Ice, Harvest Gold, Fine Linen, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, True Black
Paper: Fresh Snow linen, white, and Limeade Ice card stock; Black & White All Over paper collection
Other: foam adhesive, Glossy Accents, white linen thread





Last is a fun one using Perfect Pairing and the Triangle Trio dies. I have my daughter to thank for this card. She commented that the Triangle Trio die reminded her of a certain Jamberry nail wrap and suggested I try making a card based on the wrap. We worked on this together, which was so fun!


The sentiment, from Perfect Pairing, was stamped onto a white Triangle Trio die-cut and embossed in gold. The gold foil chevron panel wasn't die-cut, as I was going for a different angle to match the nail wrap.


Along the top of the Sweet Blush card base, I added a falling cascade of gold sequins.

Stamps: Perfect Pairing
Dies: Triangle Trio
Ink: VersaMark
Paper: Sweet Blush and Fresh Snow linen card stock; Gold Luxe Foil Paper Collection
Other: gold sequins, gold embossing powder



Are you loving this release as much as I am? 
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12 comments:

jan metcalf said...

Great cards Amy! Love your style!

Leigh Penner said...

Fabulous cards, Amy! I especially love the little scene you created with the Petite Places set!

Jill Norwood said...

Love each and every one! Especially the one inspired by the jamberry nail wrap with your daughter! So fun to craft with our kids! Love the vellum edge under your petite places scene! Sweet detail! All of these are gorgeous!

Diana K said...

Someone didn't forget to be awesome! Love that card, and all the others too. Love your clean and layered style.

Cindy H. said...

Amy, you're cards are all gorgeous!

Mary Beth Krakowski said...

Amy, your cards really inspire me with the simple,creativity.

Holly Saveur said...

Gorgeous cards!

Jean said...

Gorgeous creations, Amy!!

Luvpurple said...

Amazing cards!

Mary W said...

Your pink morning glories on the grey background are beautiful. Unusual colors for "beautiful" since grey is so somber, but not on this card!

María Alba Negrón said...

Hi Amy,

Gorgeous cards as always, but my favorite is the Petite Places, it is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!

Cariños,
María Alba

Pet73 said...

Fabulous cards! They are awsome!