On this beautiful Sunday morning, I have a few more Papertrey Ink projects to share with you, using new March release products. I think I've decided that this has been my most favorite release EVER! All of the things I love are wrapped up so beautifully in these products.
My first card today uses the new Beautiful Berries: Spring stamp set and coordinating dies...these berries will get used to death :). Love them so much. And, I love trying different color combinations with them too.
I used the new Fun Frames dies to create my focal point and in the center frame, added a die cut and stamped bird using the new Nesting stamp set...love!
I created my subtle, woodgrain background by using the new Woodgrain Metal Stencil and sponging on Aqua Mist and Pale Peony ink.
I then started building my scene, stamping my sentiment, and adding tiny little details. The bitty flowers that are cut when using the Cover Plate: Nesting dies are just the perfect touch for these sweet, spring cards.
I couldn't wait to try a robin egg blue, shabby pink, and pale yellow egg, and loved how they turned out. The speckled egg, detail image just brings these little eggs to life! And the the intricate vine that wraps around the nest....too sweet for words. I adore this stamp set :).
Lastly, I've used the gorgeous Botanical Letters stamp set for this card. I have been dreaming about a stamp set like this for so long and was just as happy as can be when Nichole shared this with us.
Once again, I created my focal point by using the Fun Frames dies and stamped my letters on the center portion, on nice, crisp, white cardstock, so they'd really stand out. I used Winter Wisteria, Aqua Mist, Hibiscus Burst, Simply Chartreuse, and Spring Moss.
The "love" in the center of the "O" is from the Butterfly Hope stamp set and the Berry Sorbet felt flowers were die cut using the Courage & Kindness die collection. The Aqua Mist felt flowers and leaves were cut using the Cover Plate: Nesting dies.
There are so many things I love about the Cutaway Tags: Spring, and one of them is just how easy they are to use, such as on this card. All I did was cut a tag from Berry Sorbet cardstock and then cut it in half, and used it to embellish the front of my card. So easy, but I just love the intricate feel of it.
Thank you again for stopping by! Enjoy your Sunday.