It's the start of a new week! I hope you have lots of great things going on this week!
At Papertrey Ink, we're working our way through the countdown and brining you even more fun new products today! We're showcasing a new stamp set called Flower Powder, and some new dies called Window Works. I have a couple of other cards using my new sets as well, a little later in this post.
Any product mentioned as "new" in today's post will be available beginning at 10 pm ET on November 15th from Papertrey Ink.
So first off is a card using the adorable new Flower Power set. I think what makes this set is that cute vase!
I stamped a whole bouquet of bright flowers from the set so that my bouquet extended off the edge of my card. When I was happy with my arrangement I masked off the lower flowers and the bow, then stamped that cute vase. Then I masked the vase and stamped an oval shadow from the In the Shadows set at the base of the vase.
The sweet and simple sentiment is also from the Flower Power set.
My next card uses the fabulous new Window Works dies. This set is made up of four elegant shapes, each cuts a stitched window plus some flourishes. I used the square here to cut a window in a panel of white cardstock. I embellished the frame using some gold Nuvo Gilding Flakes.
I used a pencil to mark the window onto the card base below, then stamped a bouquet of flowers using the stamps from the Bloom & Grow kit.
The sentiment was stamped using the new Keep It Simple: Congratulations, and heat embossed with gold powder. I attached my window panel over the base using some foam tape.
My last card for today is a sweet one I made with my little student prayer partner in mind, using one of the sentiments from my new Little Lift Me Ups set.
I combined the Cover Plate: Gem Stone die and the Dress Up Dolls set. I diecut the Gem Stone cover plate from both white cardstock and a panel of cardstock that I had sponged with some bright colored inks. I randomly nested some of the colored pieces back inside the white frame. I stamped the sentiment onto the center portion of the die and heat embossed it with white powder.
The little girl is from my Dress Up Dolls set and she's holding a gem from the You're a Gem set.
Thanks for stopping by - I hope your week is off to a great start! I'll be back tomorrow with one final day of product reveals!