Monday, April 11, 2016

Introducing Splits: Get Well Soon

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Hello, friends, Papertrey's April release countdown is underway! We have a fabulous release planned for April 15 and lots to share between now and then!

All of the new products will be available at 10 pm EST April 15 in the Papertrey Ink store.


Today I have the pleasure of introducing Splits: Get Well Soon. This is the third in a fabulous series designed by Maile Belles.


So take a look at that darling image! I love how it shows both the sun and the rain. Splits: Get Well Soon comes with the the basic image, the get well soon sentiment, a filler image for adding color and pattern to the sun, and a pair of raindrops for stamping some extra rain. 



Here, I've created a delightfully CAS card: I just stamped the main image in black on white card stock, added some rain drops, and popped up a second die-cut sentiment on foam tape. The popped up die-cut has been stamped with the extra sun image.


Stamps: Splits: Get Well Soon

Dies: Splits: Get Well Soon

Ink: True Black, Aqua Mist, Bright Buttercup

Paper: Stamper's Select White and Soft Stone card stock

Other: foam adhesive, W00 and W0 Copic markers



The main Splits: Get Well Soon image also works well with so many other Papertrey products -- keep reading for just a few ideas!


Here, I've stamped a sentiment from Rainy Day Sentiments onto a Tag Sale: Quilted banner strip die-cut, and added it to the Splits: Get Well Soon die-cut. I popped this up onto some papers from the Petite Places and So Striking patterned paper collections.


It's like this sentiment and this image were made for each other! I also like the imagery on the papers, even the road suggests you're going from the storm right into the rising sun.


StampsSplits: Get Well Soon

DiesSplits: Get Well Soon

Ink: True Black, Bright Buttercup

Paper: Stamper's Select White and Smokey Shadow card stock; Petite Places and So Striking pattern paper collections

Other: foam adhesive, W00 and W0 Copic markers







Here's another fun combo with a previously released stamp set. This sentiment is from Blue Skies. I've framed the stamped panel with pieces from a new frame die designed by Erin Lincoln. She has two frame dies this month, the one I used is the Cover Plate: Marquee die. Like her previously released Pretty Frame and Scroll Frame, these new frames have separate elements that make combining colors super easy. It's also like getting multiple frame dies for the price of one!



I stamped the rainbow lines using one of the images in Plaid Builder. The rainbow gives a nice look at some of the new PTI colors, too -- Bright Buttercup, Green Parakeet, and this month's Amethyst Allure.


StampsSplits: Get Well Soon

DiesCover Plate: Marquee

Ink: True Black, Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Bright Buttercup, Green Parakeet, Hawaiian Shores, Blueberry Sky, and Amethyst Allure

Paper: Stamper's Select White and Hawaiian Shores card stock; Hawaiian Shores Polka Dot pattern paper

Other: True Black baker's twine



And last is another sweet CAS card:


All I've done here is stamp the bottom half of the image in True Black ink onto a cloud pattern from Maile's So Striking paper collection. 


I added a few sequins, some twine, and a strip of True Black Stripe patterned paper for a border. I don't think you can see this well in the picture (I can hardly see it when I'm holding the card in my hand!) but I added tiny drops of Glossy Accents to the rain drops, too.


StampsSplits: Get Well Soon

Ink: True Black

Paper: So Striking, True Black Stripe

Other: True Black baker's twine, clear sequins, Glossy Accents



Thanks so much for joining me today! For more of today's countdown, please visit Nichole's blog.

26 comments:

Shelly said...

You are soo creative! I love how you combined previously released stamps with the current sentiments split image. My favorite is the rainbow! Thanks for the eye candy!

Marybeth said...

Beautiful cards ! We are having some of our own rain these last few days something we don't see much of here in CA.

artful-notions said...

Can't stop studying the quilted banner card with the road and rays of sun over the city. Amazing!!!

BeverlyBL said...

I like all that you did with Splits: Get Well set. Lots of good ideas.

jan metcalf said...

There are so many beautiful layers to your card with the quilted banner die! Love the expression too!

bailey19 said...

Thanks for some great ideas. The cards are really cute

bailey19 said...

Thanks for some great ideas. The cards are really cute

Lisa Petrella said...

WOWZERS!!!! Your sample projects are fantastic!!! You really did an amazing job of showcasing the versatility of these new products!!

El Palacio de Martín said...

Que maravilla de tarjetas!!!
Son todas muy bonitas y originales!
Un besazo! !

Julia Aston said...

Wonderful designs using this fun new set Amy!

Gina said...

I knew I wanted this set...and now I need the So Striking papers, too!!! Love these, Amy!!!

Greta said...

Wow--you are so creative! I love every one of these cards! Thanks for the inspiration!

Kathy Mc said...

Amy, you are so creative and come up with the greatest designs! All four cards are awesome, but your Sunny Skies Ahead had me wondering how you got that subtle background...and then I read on. Scrolling down I then spotted your rainbow idea and then your last one (although your supply list is wrong) - all swoonworthy!

Amy Sheffer said...

Oops, thanks for letting me know about the supply list! I cut and pasted from above, but forgot to edit. All fixed now. Thank you for your kind words, too!

TLady said...

WOW!!! WHAT A SUPER JOB on all of your cards! SO MUCH INSPIRATION HERE! LOVE the card with the Petite Places paper too!!!! ;) PERFECT!!!!!!!! :D

Troy Louise Seegmiller said...

What an amazing line up of cards. Love them all. The first one really jumped out at me - so sweet. Thanks.

Ellen said...

Very beautiful!
Xx Ellen

Ellen said...

Very beautiful!
Xx Ellen

Diana K said...

Really awesome cards, Amy. Love what you did with Splits and now I want that Marquee Cover Plate too :(

Charlene said...

beautiful cards!!!

María Alba Negrón said...

Hi Amy,

Creativity at its best!

Cariños,
María Alba

MTPatB said...

The split stamps are so versatile. I like how you showed that the "split" width can be changed. Great cards.

Sandy M said...

What wonderful cards. I love that you show so many different ways to use that stamp.

Brithzi said...

Fantastic cards! So many possibilities using this "split" stamp.

Shirley said...

Oh my...lovely, awesome, well designed cards!

Kristie Larsen said...

Amy, you are amazing! I love your style and creativity. Thanks for the inspiration!