Sunday, February 17, 2013

Papertrey Ink Birthday Cards


Wow... as I look at my card I realize everything I used comes from Papertrey Ink, the stamped sentiment, the die, the card stock, the ribbon, the designer paper and the birthday sentiment on the inside is theirs too, wow I did that without even trying - maybe I should line the envelope too!  

The card stock color is Papertrey Ink's Berry Sorbet, the patterned paper is one of their first offerings of designer papers that came out in 12 X 12 sheets but is now available in 6 X 6 pads called Pink Patterns.  I only used half of the birthday stamp by masking the "wishes" part as I inked the stamp.  I did use my We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper to round the corners.


The card layout and design is from the Clean & Simple Card Making Class I've been taking at my own pace online.  Kind of nice for a mass production project like I've been working on for our church birthday cards.  My card also qualifies for our Operation Write Home Stars & Stamps Virtual Card Making Party this weekend.  Leslie is our challenge hostess for a "Disappearing Act" challenge and asking us to make some of our 12 X 12 paper stash disappear, I'm in!

The card stock color for this one is Papertrey Ink Blush and more of the Pink Patterns designer paper from the pack I used above.

Thanks for visiting my blog today -

Challenges:
The Crooked Stamper - Disappearing Act
 

3 comments:

Leslie Hanna said...

Oh, no worries! A card for the troops is STILL appreciated! But if you insist in making more, no one will complain. :)

Thanks for participating in my challenge!

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Paula S. said...

Such pretty CAS cards Jan! I just love the thin lettering design like the 'happy' you used but I struggle with an easy way to get them to stick without making a mess or tearing them. :( Maybe if I get some adhesive back stock that will do the trick.