Monday, September 15, 2014

Papertrey Ink September Release Projects

The Papertrey Ink September 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 right to it!...
Santa's Sleigh and Keep It Simple: Season's Greetings by Nichole Heady.
Played around with a little bit of clear cardstock to nestle the sleigh between snow drifts, which were die cut using the Snow Drift die collection.
 Phrase Play #8 by Nichole Heady.
Paired with poinsettias from the Bells and Boughs stamp set.
Wet Paint Holiday by Nichole Heady.
 Paired with bells from the Bells and Boughs stamp set.
 Birthday Classics: October by Dawn McVey.
Paired with Autumn Acorns stamp set.  The acorns were inked using the Kissing technique, the polka dots are from Polka Dot Basics II and were inked with pinefeather.

All righty, that's all I've got for you today.  Be sure to check out the rest of the Design Teams fabulous projects as well...
Thanks for stopping by!


Season's Greetings Card
Stamps: Santa's Sleigh and Keep It Simple: Season's Greetings
Ink: Palette Noir and True Black
Cardstock: Rustic White and Clear
Pattern Paper: Sparkle & Shine paper collection
Others: Aqua Mist Button, Cream Baker's Twine and Snow Drift die collection

Joy Card
Stamps: Bells & Boughs
Ink: Scarlet Jewel, Ocean Tides and Limeade Ice
Cardstock: Rustic White and Smokey Shadow
Others: Gray Rhinestones, Phrase Play #8 Die

Merry Christmas Card
Stamps: Wet Paint Holiday and Bells and Boughs
Ink: Ocean Tides, Soft Stone, True Black, Scarlet Jewel and Limeade Ice
Cardstock: Rustic White

Celebrating On Your Day Card
Stamps: Birthday Classics: October, Autumn Acorns and Polka Dot Basics II
Ink: Limeade Ice, Pinefeather, Dark Chocolate and Canyon Clay
Cardstock: Rustic White


  1. I know that most people would classify your style as CAS, but your cards are anything BUT simple. There is so much precision and detail and balance in your design, and the results are magnificent. Today, the first two cards even go beyond magnificent. Using the clear cardstock allowed everything on the card to shine and the thin frame in smokey shadow brings such depth to paper. Thanks for inspiring.

  2. Hard to chose a favorite but I love the Santa done on the clear cardstock. Very cute.

  3. Your designs always blow the top of my head off, Maile!! These are all masterpieces!! Hugs, Darnell

  4. You are solo talented. I love the dynamic designs and simplicity of the last card.

  5. I can't believe I missed this post! These are absolutely incredible - Maile, you have such original ideas :)