It's still looking a bit like Christmas around here and that's because of more Papertrey Ink new release products! Today I'm introducing the new Joyful Christmas stamp set and dies...they are the cutest things ever!
I die cut my trees from vellum and embossed them using Zing Blush and Stampendous Shabby Green embossing powder, with silver used for my tree stands.
I then attached them to my vellum die cut tag...more details on this cute new product coming soon, and then attached everything to my card base, with the sentiment stamped in Spring Moss. Across the bottom is a strip of new patterned paper from Papertrey Ink, included in the Holiday Plaid paper pad.
For my next card, I stamped my trees from Joyful Christmas down the center of my card, using Ripe Avocado, Classic Kraft, and Simple Chartreuse. I added berries in Pure Poppy from the Topiary Trio stamp set.
I then added my sentiment and a few Fancy Flourishes. I die cut gold stars, from the Joyful Christmas die collection, and created garlands with them, that I stitched across my card.
In between each die cut star, I added a stamped stars from Joyful Christmas.
Next, I created a tag, using multiple die cut trees in two different sizes from Joyful Christmas. Each was die cut from vellum and embossed using Vintage Mint embossing powder.
I layered each tree to my die cut Tag Sale #9, stitched down the center using my sewing machine, and folded each layer up and in to create dimension.
I then stamped my tag with images from the new Cup of Cheer stamp set. I die cut more tags to create more layers, using the Monthly Moments: Journal Card 2 and Basic Bookmark 3 dies. There's more new paper coming to Papertrey Ink, the red is from the Pure Poppy White Basics collection...you'll love it!
My last card combines the Joyful Christmas and Cup of Cheer stamp sets and dies. I knew these little bottlebrush trees would look so cute nestled inside a mug, so I had to try a card using theses sets combined.
I used Raspberry Fizz, Hawaiian Shores, Limeade Ice, Sweet Blush, and Berry Sorbet, with New Leaf used for my sentiment and greens.