Friday, November 15, 2013

Papertrey Ink November Release Projects

The Papertrey Ink November countdown is about to come to an end and I'm here to share my final projects with you today. But, before I do, let me remind you that everything you've seen peeks of will be available for purchase through Papertrey Ink beginning 10 pm EST tonight.

Now, let me get started!...
Stitched with Love by Melissa Bickford.
This sweet little one-layer card was creating using images from this one set alone, in a pretty color combo of summer sunrise, ocean tides, true black and Hero Arts wet cement.
Boutique Borders: Congrats by Dawn McVey.
Pretty sure this is my favorite border out of the collection so far.  I've created an ombre effect using the colors raspberry fizz, orange zest and summer sunrise.
Polka Dot Parade #10 by Melissa Bickford.
I've combined this set with the new Strip Stitch die to create a colorful faux stitched border.  To create the look of a straight stitch, I used the solid line image from the Confetti Garland Borders stamp set.
Wonderful Words: Congrats by Heather Nichols.
This cool card really lets the coordinating die take the show!

Well, that's all of them!

Be sure to check out the rest of the Design Teams fabulous projects as well...
Thanks for stopping by!

Maile



Sew Glad We're Friends
Stamps: Stitched with Love
Ink: Summer Sunrise, Ocean Tides, True Black and Hero Arts Wet Cement
Cardstock: White
Others: Raspberry Fizz Buttons & Cream Cotton Baker's Twine

Congrats
Stamps: Boutique Borders: Congrats
Ink: Raspberry Fizz, Orange Zest, Summer Sunrise & True Black
Cardstock: White
Others: Black Stars from the SC Cuppa Card Kit

Home Is Where Your Heart Is!
Stamps: Polka Dot Parade #10 & Confetti Garland Borders
Ink: Ocean Tides, Sweet Blush & Summer Sunrise
Cardstock: White
Others: Strip Stitch die & Enamel Dots

Congrats You Rock!
Stamps: Wonderful Words: Congrats
Ink: True Black
Cardstock: White
Pattern Paper: From THIS Studio Calico Kit
Others: Black Stars from the SC Cuppa Card Kit

6 comments:

  1. As always, I'm in awe. How did you pop up those teeny tiny pieces in the middle of the negative letters on that last card?

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  2. Amazing, Maile - such finesse :)

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  3. Awesome cards! I love how you used the Boutique frame, and the negative die on the last card!

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  4. You are a cardmaking Super Hero! I love your designs.

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  5. Especially love how you used Dawn's congrats border. Wonderful job, as usual.

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  6. Love the cards. The colours that you used and all you used the stamps and die sets together.

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