Friday, February 17, 2017

Celebrating the Past, Present, & Future with Papertrey Ink - 2011

Hello friends.  Papertrey Ink is celebrating their 10th Anniversary, and todays focus is on the stamp sets that came out in 2011.  Garden Variety has fast become one of my favorite sets, even though I didn't purchase it till just last year...I know, what was I thinking?!!  I love using this stamp set on kraft cs, and this is what I came up with:



I think I used most of the stamps from this set on my card (more inside the card which I forgot to take a picture of...grrr!) along with some of the kraft and Ripe Avocado Pattern Pack papers.  I also sponged a lot of the edges of this card which I haven't done in a loooong time...is that technique out of style now?  I still really like the way it makes a card more vintage looking though!  A little bit of fussy cutting and some Pure Poppy for accents finished off my card.

Lots and lots of BEAUTIFUL cards from 2011 and in the gallery, so check them all out and then play along...there's a $25 gift certificate up for grabs if you play!  You can find all the info you need right HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping by today...I love it when you do!  :0)



5 comments:

  1. So lovely Marcia. Thanks for the prayers. I check in at 10:30 PST. So trying to get in my last commenting for awhile. Lot sure how long, hope it isn't too long.

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  2. LOVE your csrd!! You made a perfect card with all the stamps from this set...I love the sponge, I too have not done that in a long time! Your pop of red is perfect, really draws your eye into all the wonderful pieces! Have a great weekend friend!

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  3. It was fun to see what you did with this set! I love the layers ,and pretty colors you used. The green stripes are perfect! I often pass on a set then years later have to have it. Like that bicycle set ,I have always loved it but still haven purchased it! :) gorgeous cand Marcia!

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  4. Beautiful Marcia! How fun that you added this set to your crafty arsenal. I still enjoy using this set as well. I just made two cards using this set (and inspiration from Penny Black... ssshhhh...). Love it!!

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