Sunday, July 14, 2013

Meadow Greens...

Welcome back to another Papertrey Ink countdown post. We are here to share with you the new Meadow Greens stamp set and dies. Working with this set really made me long for fall. Crisp air, digging out the boots and sweaters, hot apple cider, pumpkin picking! But this set can be used for so much more than that.

First, we were to pick out an inspiration piece that inspires us...I loved the colors in this one.

I used it as my starting point with Harvest Gold, Canyon Clay, and Finen Linen inks. (Added one more color later on.)

I stamped the leaves falling down the edge of my card.

The sentiment is done in Dark Chocolate. Last, a leaf was die cut with Melon Berry cardstock and stamped with Melon Berry ink. I love to layer images with stamps. The sentiment looks cute over the stamped leaf and really creates dimension.

Your Kindness card:
STAMPS: Meadow Greens
INK: Fine Linen, Harvest Gold, Canyon Clay, Melon Berry, Dark Chocolate inks
PAPER: Rustic Cream, Smokey Shadow and Classic Kraft cardstock
DIES: Meadow Greens dies
OTHER: Twine, Boutique Accessories (flower)

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My second project was inspired by this scrapbooking layout.

I love the white on kraft with the darker type. I used the Queen Anne's Lace image in Fresh Snow ink and embossed them. Classic Kraft ink is used for the stems.

The finished piece was then backed with Sweet Blush paper and a patterned paper stripe from my stash, adding some seam binding and buttons/twine.
Sending Prayers card:
STAMPS: Meadow Greens
INK: Fresh Snow, Classic Kraft, Dark Chocolate inks
PAPER: Rustic Cream, Sweet Blush cardstock
DIES: none
OTHER: pinking shears, seam binding, buttons, twine.

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I hope you liked these projects. Please visit the Papertrey team members to see a variety of ideas using Meadow Greens!
Ashley Cannon Newell
Betsy Veldman
Cristina Kowalczyk
Dawn McVey
Erin Lincoln
Heather Nichols
Jessica Witty
Maile Belles
Melissa Phillips
Nichole Heady

21 comments:

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, these are both gorgeous, Danielle! I think Nichole called the flower Queen Anne's Lace.

loulou said...

Absolutely gorgeous designs and I love the natural colours.

Connie and Jack said...

LOVELY cards, Danielle.
-- Connie C.

Holly Saveur said...

LOVE the cards!

Connie MacFarlane said...

Gorgeous cards! Great take on your inspiration photos, love the falling leaves and colours of your first card.

artful-notions said...

Dani, the 1st card is a beauty. Love the unexpected pinkish leaf above the sentiment. And the 2nd's simple message matches it's sweet softness.

Ann w said...

Beautiful cards.

LEG Studios said...

Gorgeous cards, Danielle!

Dru said...

I think they're Queen Anne's Lace but either way Dandelions are beautiful as well, and so is your card - love the mix of colors. This is a set that is definitely a must have!

conil said...

Gotta say, after seeing what you and your fellow DT's have done with this set, I'm gonna have to have it. Don't you adore the Queen Anne's Lace?

TLady said...

TOTALLY AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! BOTH of your creations!!!!!!!!:) I LOOOOOOOOVE THIS SET!!!!!!:) (THIS SET would be ONE TO WIN!!!) :)

Doris said...

What's not to like? These cards are gorgeous, and I can't wait to get my hands on these stamps and dies for myself!

Susan Gosman said...

Beautiful use of the beautiful Queen Anne's Lace!

Pati said...

Pretty cards! I like the fall colors & falling leaves of the 1st card & the embossing of the Queen Anne's lace on Kraft with pink of your 2nd card!

Jeanne said...

Just beautiful cards and great inspirations using the newest stamps! Thank you!

Katherine Dent said...

The softness of the Praying card is like a prayer-soft &sweet. Loved the colors for both cards.

jintyoo7 said...

Beautiful, love your replications of the inspiration pieces :)

Lindsey said...

I love how perfect those leaves cascade on your first card, and your second is just soft and beautiful...so perfectly suited for the sentiment.

FojAga said...

I love kraft paper. Beautiful card!

nancy jane said...

Great use of color on the first card with the pop of Melon Berry. Love the softness of the second card.

Cheryl said...

Awesome!