I have a treat for you today! I can finally share some peeks of the new Pink Paislee goodies coming out for summer CHA. I LOVE the new lines....they did a fabulous job again this time around. Their lines feel a little more vibrant than the Pink Paislee of the past, but they still have that vintage vibe. Be sure to head over to the Pink Paislee blog to see the full reveals and leave a comment to win. Today (Thursday) is the last day to comment. My apologies to those of you who might be reading this as email subscribers, since you likely won't receive it until Friday morning.
The colors of Hey Kid are right up my alley...bright and fun. There are some awesome diecut papers in this collection.
Color Wash is the collection that I'm the most excited about....I LOVE the watercolor look that's hot right now and they nailed it with this collection.
Snow Village is a gorgeous, classy, traditional Christmas collection...but they injected just enough trendy elements to make it feel fresh. The gold foil is absolutely gorgeous. Lots of vellum accents too...my recent love affair with vellum is being further fueled with this collection... :-)
And last but not least is a fun bunch of label stickers, alpha stickers and stamps called Sentiment Series. Lots of great basics here.
I got to work with the Snow Village collection to create a few projects for their booth. I get to share them with you here, also! Here are a few cards...
This first one combines some of the layered chipboard pieces with a dimensional ornament I created using some diecuts from the ephemera pack. The chipboard is gorgeous...it has a shine to it, which makes it so classy looking.
The pine bough stamp is from Papertrey's Peaceful Pinecones set, but the sentiments are from the Pink Paislee Snow Village stamp set.
This next card uses papers from the 6x6 pad, a tag and some vellum circles from the Snow Village ephemera pack.
The gold embossed stars and branches are from the Snow Village stamp set.
My first two cards focus on the blues, creams and greens from the collection, but there's lots of red in there too. This card uses one of the vellum banners as well as the stamps from the collection.
The backside of the packaging of the stamps shows some amazing ideas for comining the elements into multi-colored sentiments, which I thought was brilliant. I lifted one of their ideas for the sentiment on this card.
The Snow Village collection wouldn't be properly named if it didn't inclue some cute little houses, would it? I trimmed a row of them from patterned paper and included them along theh bottom of this card.
Up in the top corner is a little collection of diecuts from the ephemera pack...again loving the vellum. The sentiment is also from the ephemera pack.
Last but not least, I created an advent calendar for their booth, using the ephemera pack -- which has all of the countdown numbers. I used a mirror as the base, so it was super hard to photograph, but here's a peek.
Thanks for stopping by today and letting me share my projects!