Tuesday, February 2, 2010
I saved my favorite for last. I love-love-love these images from Tiffany Pastor. My original plan was to color the "open" letters in the "Happy day" image, but once I saw it the combination of the Pure Poppy, Kraft, and White, I couldn't bear to change a thing. I'm going to print several of these to keep on hand. What a versatile little "set" Tiffany gave us today.
Stamps: Fancy Flourishes, Tiffany's birthday stamp images
Paper: Kraft, Pure Poppy, Bitty Dots Pure Poppy
Punches: Threading water, SU Scallop Square, 1 1/4 inch circle
Okay, this one was really simple. This image is from Beth Silaika. I'm glad there were several on the sheet because I can see myself using this image often.
Stamps: Beth's digi "Make a wish"
Ink: Sakura pens to color the candle
Paper: PTI Kraft, Lemon Tart, Summer Sunrise, patterned paper from DCWV stack
Here's another Papertrey Birthday Card. This one uses the stamp created by Becky Oehlers. This is waaaaaay out of my normal comfort zone (and, no, I don't own any Copics!), but I think it turned out really cute, anyway.
Supplies: (All PTI unless otherwise noted)
Stamps: Becky's birthday digi stamp, Star Prints
Ink: Pure Poppy, Spring Rain & some Sakura pens
Paper: Kraft, Bitty Dots Pure Poppy and Spring Moss,
February is Papertrey's anniversary month, and they really know how to throw a party. Today, their challenge is to make birthday cards using the digi stamps each of their designers created for the occasion. It's never a bad idea to have extra birthday cards on hand, and it's certainly not a bad idea to enter Papertrey's contests as many times as possible, so I went to my craft desk.
Card #1 uses Niki Estes' stamp. I'm so excited that Niki is going to design her own line of stamps for Papertrey. I can't wait to see what she's got in store for us.
Supplies: (all PTI unless otherwise noted)
Stamps: Polka Dot Basics, Niki's birthday digi stamp
Ink: Fresh Snow, Berry Sorbet, Lemon Tart
Paper: Kraft, Lemon Tart, Bitty Box Berry Sorbet
Ribbon: Aqua Mist