Welcome! I have several projects to share from the August Papertrey Ink release; first up is a set of treat containers made with the Favor It 1 box released this month, along with Beth Silaika's Been Boo'd set. All ingredients are listed here in my gallery. I love that the Mat Stack 1 die works beautifully to create a front panel for these treat boxes!
I adore Nichole's Mish-inspired Friendship Jar sets, and the Friendship Jar Fall Fillers is certainly no exception! I have a stepped-out coloring tutorial coming soon on this jar. Ingredients are listed here.
Leaf Prints is another versatile set. I stamped one whole 8-1/2" x 11" sheet of Rustic White cardstock (below) and cut it into eight pieces to serve as the focal image for this simple set of cards. I used different PTI frames and tags for the cards, as well as assorted Impression Plates. Ingredients are here.
The full stamped leaf sheet is shown here. I used various PTI ink colors applied to a piece of Ranger Cut n' Dry foam to stamp the leaves, misting both the inked stamps as well as the cardstock with water. After the leaves were dry, I added leaf veins with PTI's Dark Chocolate ink. Finally I cut the page into eight equal parts and matted each piece with Enchanted Evening cardstock before continuing. Again, a full list of cardstock, ink, and impression plates is here.
The Alli Miles Gobble, Gobble set and coordinating dies make this little card a piece of cake. I'm thinking that turkey could use some google-eyes some day when I can find my stash. . . Details are found here. By the way, did you see the Peacock that Nichole made with this set--it was fabulous!!
Here I've used one of the pumpkin images from Alli's Take Three: Fall set. That little tendril is a sliver of chartreuse cardstock curled and attached with some Ranger Matte Accents glue. I stamped the image in Dark Chocolate ink on Orange Zest cardstock and highlighted the pumpkin with a white Prismacolor pencil. The Orange Zest die cut is a Spellbinders labels Sixteen die cut.
Are you feeling Fall yet? After this last whirlwind week of stamping, I certainly am! Thank you for stopping by today