We have come to the end of the October Papertrey Ink countdown! I hope you've enjoyed all of the posts and projects. All of the new stamps and dies will be up on the site for purchase at 10pm eastern time tonight, October 15th.
I'm here today to post the remainder of my projects using the new stamps and dies for October. I'll keep it short and sweet today. :-)
First are some quick and easy tags using the new Merry Kiss-mas stamps along with the new Tasting Tag die...
I love the idea of being able to tie all sorts of things to this tag...here I tied the mistletoe sprig from Merry Kiss-mas. What would you tie to this tag?
Supplies not linked, but available at 10pm est from Papertrey Ink: Merry Kiss-mas stamps and coordinating dies, Tasting Tag die
Next up is a card using the Pointed Poinsettia set.
The hard work is already done for you with this set...love that! I just brushed over the edges of my poinsettieas with a water brush and added a few speckles of ink on the background by flicking the bristles of my brush.
Supplies not linked, but available at 10pm est from Papertrey Ink: Painted Poinsettias stamp set
Next is a card using the Freshly Fallen stamps and dies.
The dies for this set make it so much fun to stack and layer those pretty, modern snowflakes.
Supplies not linked, but available at 10pm est from Papertrey Ink: Freshly Fallen stamp set and coordinating dies
My next project uses the next installment of the Birthday Classics series...November.
I combined it with a few of my other favorite fall products - the First Fruits stamp set and the Counting My Blessings dies.
My next card uses the latest in the Phrase Play series. I love the snowflake on this one - so pretty!
I turned it into a shaker element (one of my favorite things to do with the Phrase Play dies!) and filled it with snowflake confetti which was cut with the Shaker Shapes: Snow Globe dies and some faux snow.
Supplies not linked, but available at 10pm est from Papertrey Ink: Phrase Play #8 stamp set and coordinating die
Last but not least, I have a card using the Festival of Lights and Keep it Simple: Hanukkah sets...
I added lots of silver embossing, which is so pretty with the blue.
Supplies not linked, but available at 10pm est from Papertrey Ink: Festival of Lights stamp set, Keep It Simple: Hanukkah stamp set
Also, before I go, just a little reminder that as originally promised, the popular Stamp-a-faire 2014 Era Kits will also be available for individual sale tonight at 10pm EST, exclusively at Papertrey Ink. These kits will only be available until December 31st, 2014 (11:30pm EST), so be sure to snag yours before they are gone at the end of the year! Here is a peek at my 1940's kit...you can visit Nichole's blog for further details and pricing on the era kits from the other designers!
Want to see more projects using the new October stamps and dies? You can hop around to the other DT girls to see what they have to share with you today...