Saturday, February 15, 2014

Bold Bouquet Anniversary Set

You've all be so patient with your excitement for the 2014 Papertrey Ink Anniversary Set Reveal. The time is here. You are going to love this multi-step bold flower spray and all its options. It definitely has an universal appeal and would be very much at home in your stamp stash.

Papertrey Ink is excited to offer this year's gorgeous new anniversary set! Receive the limited edition Bold Bouquet stamp set with the redemption of 24 Customer Rewards Points between February 15th, 2014 at 10:00 PM EST and February 15, 2015 at 9:59 PM EST. This is a limited edition set and will only be available for twelve months. If you have any questions about Customer Rewards and how you can start earning them today, check out the website HERE.


Here's my little creation in vintage shades of Melon Berry, Aqua Mist, Fine Linen, and Classic Kraft. I choose to use the assembled bouquet stamp and matching die to highlight. I have one cluster on my panel in the left hand corner as the focal point. I also stamped it repeatedly along the bottom one shade lighter (Fine Linen ink on Fine Linen cardstock) to add interest and carry the theme over.

A tip here on this one particular stamp in the set. You have the option of creating your own, multi-colored spray like this with Bold Bouquet.  In doing so, refer back to this solid stamp.  It is already assembled and you can use it as a guide for placing your flowers. Will help you out a lot.


The "Smile" sentiment is from Bold Bouquet and the scalloped border from the new Be Happy Die Collection. I also get a chance here to demonstrate one of my favorite features of BB: Diagonals and the Diagonal Addition dies. First I stamped the herringbone pattern  with the BB: Diagonals stamp set on my Monthy Moments: Library Card die with Aqua Mist ink on Aqua Mist cardstock.  Nice how five columns of herringbone fit perfectly across this die. Bonus!  Next I took the Diagonal Additions dies and cut out individual elements from Melon Berry Bitty Dot and Simple Stripe patterned paper. Using my original stamp as a blueprint, I covered up the Aqua Mist herringbone image with the patterned paper elements to create this patterned paper herringbone. Placement was so easy and effortlessly precise and I love the end result.

More Bold Bouquet inspiration can be found below.

Danielle Flanders

And with that...after two weeks of fun...Design Team over and out! See you in March. Whew!

Supplies
Stamps: Bold Bouquet, BB: Diagonals
Cardstock: Fine Linen, Melon Berry, Aqua Mist, Vintage Cream
Ink: Fine Linen, Classic Kraft, Dark Chocolate, Hawaiian Shores
Patterned Paper: Melon Berry Simple Stripe and Bitty Dot
Dies: Bold Bouquet, Diagonal Additions, Be Happy
Melon Berry Button


3 comments:

  1. Love your card, Erin. Thanks for the design tip for the diagonals and how to achieve a perfectly placed herringbone pattern.

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  2. You used an interesting combination of inks on your card, creating a more subdued look. The stamped-off design at the bottom of the card ties everything together.

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  3. Great card thanks for sharing.

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