First up is Vegetable Garden. I *love* this set! I finished just one card with it, but I have an idea knocking around for some sweet little stamped vegetable magnets. I paired this set with an older set, Garden Variety 2. All supplies--dies, inks, papers--are listed below. I used a Copic B12 marker and airbrush system to airbrush a bit of sky color on my focal image. Those Chevron Cover Plates are pretty fun too!
Stamps: Vegetable Garden, Garden Variety 2
Cardstock: Rustic White, Royal Velvet, Winter Wisteria
Ink: Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, Royal Velvet
Patterned Paper: PTI Royal Velvet Pattern Pack
Tools: PTI Garden Variety 2 Seed Pack, Vegetable Garden dies, Chevron Vertical Cover Plate; Spellbinders Standard Circle die; Copic B12 marker and Copic Airbrush System
Accessories: Cream Rustic Twine, Ripe Avocado Vintage Button, foam tape
I used the Back to School stamp set for this card. Just a note: I knew that the stamp image was a book, but this particular book image reminded me of a crayon, with that oval left for the "Crayola." I decided to turn them into crayons by stamping the image twice, and then trimming the second end image into a triangular point and gluing it on. I hope that makes sense. :-)
Stamps: Back to School
Cardstock: Stampers Select White, Limeade Ice, Simply Chartreuse
Ink: Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Summer Sunrise, Limeade Ice, Hawaiian Shore, Blueberry Sky, Winter Wisteria, Versamark
Accessories: Detail White Embossing Powder; Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, and Summer Sunrise Vintage Buttons; cotton string
If you need teacher cards, you can't go wrong with Wonderful Words: Teacher. I die-cut several cardstock layers of "teacher," glue them together and glittered them, and then paired it with some October Afternoon Sidewalks paper.
A Great Teacher
Stamps: Wonderful Words: Teacher
Cardstock: Vintage Cream, Pure Poppy
Ink: Pure Poppy, Chamomile Distress Cube
Patterned Paper: October Afternoon Sidewalks 8" x 8" pad
Tools: Wonderful Words: Teacher die, sewing machine
Accessories: red glitter, seam binding
Finally, the Boutique Borders: Thanks stamp set and coordinating die are clean and elegant--perfect to pair with a small formal pattern for a quick thank you card. I colored in part of the scrollwork with a Copic T2 marker and layered some looped Smokey Shadow Grosgrain behind the sentiment. I stitched around the edges too, but you can certainly skip that part if you are in a hurry.
Sending Sincere Thanks
Stamps: Boutique Borders: Thanks
Cardstock: Vintage Cream, Smokey Shadow
Ink: Smokey Shadow, True Black, Chamomile Distress Cube
Patterned Paper: Lily Bee Designs Pinwheel Tiny Tablet
Tools: Boutique Borders: Thanks die, sewing machine, Copic T2 marker
Accessories: Smokey Shadow Grosgrain
If you would like to see some gorgeous projects with the Papertrey Ink June 2013 release sets, be sure to browse the following blogs! As a reminder, since the sets used in this post are from the June release, they will be available tonight at 10pm, EST, at Papertrey Ink. Thanks for visiting!
Debbie Olson (here)