June 15, 2012

June Papertrey Release

Edit:  The definition stamp at the top of the card is from Ali Edwards' line at Technique Tuesday.  Link is here.  

Today I'm sharing my round up of projects that I created with the June Papertrey release stamps and accessories.  First up is a card made using the Hello Sunshine stamp set and coordinating dies.  I first cut the rays out using the dies and patterned paper, then stamped them with images from the set.  A large wooden button tied with Summer Sunrise ribbon and rustic twine finish off the card front.  
Here I used Desktop File: Inspiration, it's coordinating file dies, Framed Out #5 and the hexagon dies on a card front.  I love the office themed feel it gives to cards and perhaps future notebooks for gifts. I could also see me using this set to add a graphic feel to Project Life.  And if it's purchased just for the cute arrow, Pine's Framed Out #5 would definitely be added to my list.  Her little tag series are great basics to have in your stash.
I stamped the file die with images from the set, added some Washi tape, hexagon shapes and a veneer asterisk.  The tags behind the file die cut are one cut from the Framed Out #5 die and a small one from my shop.
Next up I used Pine's Framed Out #5 die to make a layered tag that I'll use as a thank you for packaging. The sentiment is from Happy Hexagons.  I attached the tag to a small chevron sack using Washi tape.  I love having little tags like this in my stash.  Perfect for adding a special touch to any little gift.
And lastly I used Lovely Layers to fancy up some notebooks I purchased on clearance at my local Staples.  I typically don't work with just black and white but those are our school colors.  These will make perfect teacher gifts, etc.  I used the Limitless Layers: 2.25" dies as a base for layered felt and paper embellishments, tied up with buttons and baker's twine.
For the cards I used Rustic White for the card bases and envelopes.  Black and white patterned papers are from PTI as well.
As a finishing touch I used the envelope liner die to line the envelopes.  This has always been a finishing touch that I love to add to cards.
And that wraps up my projects for Papertrey this month.  I hope you enjoy them.  

9 comments:

Suzanne Russell said...

Wow! The black and white project is so eye-catchng! Lovely Layers is my new fav and I love seeing all of the different samples you and the rest of the team have made with it. This one is so elegant! ALL of your projects today are just fabulous-as usual! Thanks, Mish :)

Rebecca Deeprose said...

Love seeing your style Mish! Love your twist on the new products- especially the last set. Don't think I've ever seen your work in black and white before?! very elegant! Love the color combos on the rest too!

Sudha said...

OMG OMG ur creations steal my heart. Lovely.

Sudha
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WinterBerry Glen said...

Love your style. Now I will have to take another look at that Sunshine stamp set. You put such a fun homespun look on it! Can't wait to see you use the Inspiration set on your PL layouts;)

cards by cara said...

Gorgeous creations!! What is the stamp used at the top of the first card? Sorry to bother you but there's no supply list ...

cards by cara said...

Thanks so much for your answer!! <3

crazymom said...

Always love seeing your Papertrey work!

Jill Norwood said...

Wow - lovely cards! I sure like the pop of the black and white and the envelope liner is a classy finish!

jintyoo7 said...

Beautiful :)

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