Saturday, July 12, 2014

Monthly Moments: July

Hi there! Welcome to day three of the July Papertrey Ink countdown.  I'm joining the design team today in sharing sneak peeks of the new Monthly Moments: July.  This Monthly Moments collection couldn't be more perfect for such a festive month.  My nephew celebrated his birthday earlier this week and the collection we are showcasing today came in handy when creating a very special card just for him.  

So, let me get right to today's project...
which got it's start by the use of one of this months journal cards. 
I took this journal card up a notch with a stamped sentiment, stars and a focal point arrow (cut by hand).  Then finished the card off with a few enamel dots and attached the panel to an enchanted evening card base.

Well, that concludes today's look at Monthly Moments: July. Just remember... this set will be available for purchase through Papertrey Ink, beginning July 15th

Now, be sure to see what the rest of the Papertrey Ink design team has in store for you today...
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Maile

12 comments:

  1. The card is awelsome. I love the colors.

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  2. love your card, but the hand-cut arrow...brilliant!

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  3. What an inspirational use of your products. Love your creative genius.

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  4. What a great card! The colors and use of embellishments really adds to the card.

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  5. What a festive July birthday card! I really like the use of the arrow head pointing to "you." It's a concept that has me thinking... Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Great cards!

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  7. Thanks for yet another idea about how to use those journal cards, or bordered patterned paper as a card!

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  8. You've made me see that the Journal Card sets is a great springboard toward creative cardmaking. Thanks for your inspirational sample.

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  9. Love how you used the cut put part of the arrow to stamp the sentiment.

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  10. It's amazing how the simplest thing - cutting the arrow out of the circle - can give the biggest impact.

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