Saturday, 8 May 2010

Cards With New Stamps...

I thought I'd split my cards into smaller posts as they are getting longer and longer each week! I'm gonna have to stop doing SO many challenges, but I love doing them!

All the cards on this post are made using some of my new stamps. I got loads of new ones this week, all by coincidence. I had a Stampin' Up delivery, a Papertrey Ink one, a few new Sugar Nellie stamps and then I bought one from my local stamp store too!

My first card uses Framed With Love from the UK mini catalogue. It's got loads of different frame stamps and one really pretty damask type design stamp. I used one of the frames for my sentiment on my pocket card for this week's Just Us Girls Technique Challenge.


And this is a photo with the insert out - I kept it quite simple as I wasn't sure what sentiment to put on it, so left it blank until I need it. I've never used this sheet from the Tall Tales DSP pack before either and it is actually really pretty.


Recipe:

Stamps: Framed With Love, Fresh Cuts

Papers: Brilliant Blue, Rose Red, Whisper White, Tall Tales DSP

Inks: Brilliant Blue, Rose Red

Accessories: So Saffron Striped Grosgrain ribbon, Rose Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Round Tab Punch

My next new stamp set is I {Heart} Hearts, which I didn't think I'd like at all, until I used this same flourished heart at Monica's training day a couple of weekends ago. I virtually replicated the card we made, with a few changes for the challenges I'm entering. The sketch comes from Sketch 'n' Color's #10, the colour combo comes from Color Throwdown's #91 to use Rose Red, Tempting Turquoise and Kiwi Kiss and for SCS Free For All #11 to use gel pens, although my use is not especially inventive!!!


Recipe:

Stamps: I {Heart} Hearts

Papers: Tempting Turquoise, Rose Red cs & DSP, Kiwi Kiss, Whisper White

Inks: Rose Red, Kiwi Kiss, White Gel Pen

Accessories: Tempting Turquoise Grosgrain Ribbon, Playground Buttons, Doily Lace Martha Stewart Punch

And my final new set is a special one! It's the 3rd year Anniversary set from Papertrey Ink called Round and Round. You have to order at least 14 sets from February 2009 to February 2010 to qualify for it and when my order arrived the other day I was confused as to why I had an extra set until I looked more closely at what it was! Boy was I excited as I wasn't sure if I had qualified for one or not.



Recipe:

Stamps: Round and Round Anniversary set from PTI

Papers: Plum Pudding, Lavender Moon, Stampers Select White, Dotty Biscotti DSP all from Papertrey Ink

Inks: Plum Pudding, New Leaf

Accessories: Plum Pudding Buttons, Purple adhesive pearls from Papermania

That's all my new stamps for today, but my next post will be showing some old ones if you fancy taking a peek!

10 comments:

  1. these are all fabulous, wonderful designer papers...have a fantastic weekend!

    enjoy *~*

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  2. Well done - fun and fresh papers on your pocket card. Your others are delightful as well. Thanks for playing along with JUGS this week.

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  3. Stunning card and a brilliant take on this weeks sketch! Thanks for joining in the fun at PTW this week :) Donna x

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  4. All of these cards are wonderful! I like that floral DP you used on the JUGS pocket card - thanks for playing along :)

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  5. Wow! You are one busy girl! These are all fabulous! Love the pocket card...the dp is so pretty. Such lovely colors! Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

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  6. Beautiful cards! I love the idea behind your first one, looks so fun! The layout of your second is fabulous (loving the rule of 3!) and the last one makes me love purple which if you don't know me, is a huge achievement!
    Thanks so much for joining in with our challenge and your continued support on A Passion for Papertrey!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  7. Cute cards. I like what you did with the Sketch'n'Color sketch. The hearts look great!

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  8. Great cards! I love the mix of stamps and patterns on the CTD one! Thanks for playing along in the Color Throwdown!

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  9. Fabulous card. Good job on Sketch'n'Color-Challenge. Nadia

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  10. Great cards. I particularly like the PTI Challenge card, it looks really classy.
    Carol

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