Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Introducing Everyday Happiness and Year Round Happiness...

We are back with another group post for Papertrey Ink, counting down to the new releases for November, which will be released on the 15th. We have two new stamp sets to share, Everyday Happiness and Year Round Happiness, both sentiment sets that will work for any occasion!

I mixed the new Everyday Happiness stamp set with the older By Invitation set. I also used a new die, the One Liners: Happy. There are four different happy fonts in this die set! But this one is my favorite.
To make these, I stamped the invite info and "you're invited" with By Invitation. I randomly added washi tape to the corners. Punched some confetti from cardstock for the corners. Then I added the One Liner happy die cut and stamped "birthday" underneath with Everyday Happiness.

I actually made my own envelope with my new Envelope Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers with matching cardstock. After watching a video on how to do this on You Tube, it was way easier than I thought it was going to be. I'm going to be making many of my own envelopes from now on with PTI cardstock to match my projects!

I also made a little coordinating gift tag. It slides into a Papertrey Ink glassine envelope. Quick and fun!


Happy Birthday Party Invites and Tag:
STAMPS: Everyday Happiness, By Invitation
INK: True Black by PTI, Soft Granite by Hero Arts
PAPER: white, Harvest Gold, Raspberry Fizz, Hawaiian Shores, New Leaf, Hibiscus Burst (envelope)
DIES: One Liners: Happy
OTHER: washi tape from Studio Calico kit, hole punch, gold ribbon from craft supply, Envelope Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers, glassine envelope by PTI.

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Next, I have a card made with the One Liners: Happy dies and the Year Round Happiness stamp set. I also used a new die in the background called Cover Plate: Mighty Bloom. 


The "Valentine's Day" is from Year Round Happiness. I cut two of the Mighty Blooms, one from Classic Kraft and one from white cardstock. I backed the kraft one with a text paper, then stamped the leaves onto the white ones and tucked them back in. As you can see, I adhered the leaves at the bottoms and bent them up a bit on the ends to create more of a dimensional flower effect. The vellum is wrapped around the card front before attaching the card front to the card base.

Happy Valentine's Day card:
STAMPS: Year Round Happiness
INK: Raspberry Fizz, New Leaf, Melon Berry, Harvest Gold, Hawaiian Shores, Aqua Mist, True Black
PAPER: Raspberry Fizz, Classic Kraft, vellum, patterned paper by Crate Paper
DIES: One Liners: Happy, Cover Plate: Mighty Bloom
OTHER: pearls by Melissa Frances.

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For more "happy", visit the rest of the Papertrey Ink design team!

24 comments:

Bobby said...

The valentine is very colorful and creative. I love it!

missemy said...

Very sweet, but I went to papertrey ink and there wasn't the happy.

missemy said...

I love the designs, but is the Happy one liner wasn't there.

Ashley Cannon Newell said...

Dani, I LOVE this post so much. The invitation inspires me in so many ways. Your photography with the staging really sets it off. I also love the Valentine's Day card. It's so striking and colorful!!

Connie MacFarlane said...

These are both so fun and colourful! Love the new one liner happy dies and what all of the DT have done to showcase them.

richardbreaks said...

JUST awesome. That invite is perfection; love the card.

Danielle said...

Missemy, these products will be available at 10 pm EST on November 15th at www.papertreyink.com. Every month, we preview new items to let customers know what's new that is coming out! If you have any other questions, please let me know. Have a good day,
Danielle

Lindsey said...

Oh, Danielle! I can't even begin to describe how much I love this. These are the happiest birthday cards/invites ever. I ADORE them and love how this design could be perfect for a boy or a girl. And your valentine's card is just amazing, too. I could stare at these photos all day.

Jill Norwood said...

Gorgeous projects! Love the mighty blooms card! And the invitations are adorable!

Laura B. said...

Your projects make me happy! Love them so much!

nancy jane said...

Both of these designs are so bright and cheerful. They just make me happy. ;-)
Thanks for the examples on how to use washi tape. The grounding on the tag is such an obvious use that I'm hitting my head thinking, "Why didn't I think of that?" And the two patterns look great angled on the corners.

Troy Louise Seegmiller said...

Such fun & bright projects. Thought you might want to know that We R Memory Keepers also have bag & box boards that are as fun as the envelope board. You have an amazing style - thanks for sharing with us.

Holly Saveur said...

Love it!

Sue said...

I love the invitation you have created. The color just stands out and is so cheery! I can't wait to use the new We R Memory Keeper envelope board. Great idea!

Grace said...

Love the cards. They are amazing

Donna Bowman said...

Awesome cards!! Love those "happy" dies!

Susan Gosman said...

I love your cards - they are so happy!

Judy Tuck said...

Gorgeous cards.

Sharon said...

What beautiful projects! Your random confetti looks just right; when I try to do random, it looks like a mistake. I love that you used the Mighty Blooms die--that is the thing I am most excited about this release--and the second thing is the one-liners Happy you used, so to see them both together is wonderful! I love all your colors.

Kathy Mc said...

Awwhhh, these are gorgeous, Danielle! What a beautiful invitation and so carefully displayed for your photo op (confetti, washi tape & all). Your mighty bloom really pops on the kraft with your Raspberry Fizz Happy!

jintyoo7 said...

GORGEOUS :)

Stephanie Bryan said...

Seriously??? These are amazing! You make the most beautiful cards, Dani!! Love them all!!

Keshet said...

These are absolutely beautiful!

Taheerah (*LittleMissT*) said...

Both projects are gorgeous, but that amazing ensemble of the first one just stopped me in my tracks!! Not only is every detail perfect, but the staging in your photography is just amazing!!!