Saturday, February 8, 2014

Papertrey Ink's Monthly Moments Trading Card Challenge

Back with a very quick entry for today's challenge. A little distraction from study!  Stamp and card stock from PTI.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Papertrey Ink's 7th Anniversary Celebration!


Very little time for papercrafting these days. Spending time between Ireland and France while attending college as a mature student is keeping me mighty busy. However I decided this week that no matter what commitments I had a little paper crafting would be good for the soul and that I would pull out all the stops to try and participate in Papertrey Ink's anniversary celebrations.


Both of these cards were made using Papertrey ink's card stock, twine and free down loadable images.


Sunday, August 25, 2013

"Closing Ceremony"

Well all good things must come to an end. I have had a brilliant weekend, crafting along with all the Papertrey Ink customers and fans. Many, many thanks to Nichole and her wonderful design team for providing us with a superb and amazing weekend of fun, talent and creativity. A special thank you to all her helpers behind the scenes who have made sure the weekend went so well. Papertrey Ink a superb company to follow ! They are an inspiration.

"Rolled Dough Designs"

This was my first time to use creative paperclay. It was a cinch to use. Without a doubt I will definitely be making more of these. I followed Jessica Witty's tutorial. Now I have to leave it to dry before I finish by painting and glazing it.

" Gallon: Quart: Pint Colour Challenge"

A very straight forward challenge from  Betsy Veldmon .  I plan on using this technique more often.
Stamps from Pretty Peonies and card stock all from Papertrey Ink.

"Limited Ingredients Challenge"

The Limited Ingredients challenge was fun. I dithered a bit about which stamp set to use. Given the day it was I just had to use Papertrey Ink's Reasons to Smile.

The first photo was for the challenge. The second I added a new stamped and embossed sentiment with a little extra embellishment. This handmade flower I got in a recent swap on the PTI forum from 'Uncbballfan'.

"Custom Accents from the Oven"

I used clear shrink plastic to create the tree embellishments. I used the stamp and die from Papertrey Ink's Believe and the sentiment from Happiest of Holidays. Card stock is Papertrey Ink.


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