Thursday, November 14, 2013

Inside & Out: Get Well Wishes...

We're back with group post #2 for Papertrey Ink's November countdown. Today we are showcasing a new set called Inside & Out: Get Well Wishes. There are so many pretty sentiments in this set that have just the right words you might need during a difficult time when you aren't sure what to say. This set will be available on Nov. 15th.

I stamped the Inside & Out: Get Well saying on graph paper and cut a Rustic Wreath from text paper to put around it. Some Rosie Posie flowers are stamped in the background and on the Rosie Posie dies to add over the wreath, with polka dot leaves from Mighty Oak tucked in as well.
The inside of the card is stamped another sentiment from this set...
I'm Here For You card:
STAMPS: Inside & Out: Get Well Wishes, Rosie Posie, Mighty Oak
INK: True Black, Pure Poppy, Sweet Blush, Aqua Mist
PAPER: white, Aqua Mist, patterned paper by Crate Paper, graph paper
DIES: Rustic Wreath, Rosie Posie
OTHER: pearls by Melissa Frances.

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On the second card, I tried my hand at more of a masculine feel, so instead of stamping flowers in the background, I stamped the leaves from Rosie Posie in Classic Kraft ink. I kept this card very similar, just changing a few colors.
The blues, greens and browns add a more masculine feel.
Inside of Feel Better Soon card:

Feel Better Soon card:
STAMPS: Inside & Out: Get Well Wishes, Rosie Posie, Mighty Oak
INK: True Black, Classic Kraft, Enchanted Evening, Ripe Avocado
PAPER: white, Classic Kraft, graph paper
DIES: Rustic Wreath, Rosie Posie
OTHER: none.

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13 comments:

Audrey Pettit said...

So very pretty, Danielle!

Paula Fuller said...

More great work from the Papertrey Design Team. It is the best time of the month when we get to see all the new designs.

Connie MacFarlane said...

Love both of these Danielle and how you created two different feels with your choice of colours and stamps.

Jill Norwood said...

Beautiful cards! Love them so much!

jan said...

Love how your design elements came together! Pretty cards.

Sharon said...

Great cards! Really like the text wreath.

nancy jane said...

The combination of the book print wreath and graph paper is fabulous and works so well with both of the color palettes. Lovely cards.

nancy jane said...

Just needed to add, Danielle, that I appreciate you showing both the outside and inside of your cards.

Susan Gosman said...

Bookprint - what a great way to make a wreath!

jintyoo7 said...

Beautifully done - LOVE!!!

Dee said...

I would never have thought of using a printed text wreath! Very unique, and colorful with the added flowers. Changing the colors does make the difference from a feminine card to a masculine card.

Lindsey said...

Danielle, I've absolutely loved every single card you've created for this release. You amaze me!

Grace said...

Beautiful cards.