I hope you've enjoyed the last 4 days of the Papertrey Ink January countdown! I wanted to share one more card with you today before everything is released at 10 PM ET tonight. I absolutely love the new Into the Blooms: Roses dies, which I used for three cards during the countdown, but I wanted to create some paler, tone-on-tone roses. The roses I created for my previous cards are bright, and colorful, but I also love white and cream roses so that is where my card began.
Here's a little peek at the cards I made using all of the different products being released tonight.
I die cut all of the pieces I would need for these two roses and the leaves using Vintage Cream cardstock. I felt that the cream cardstock would start these roses off with a lovely hue and I was right. I colored the petals and leaves using assorted Distress Oxide inks. I assembled them using both liquid glue and foam squares on the third layer to give them some added dimension.
I love how Melissa used gold leaves on one of her cards, so I thought I'd give that a try today and I love how they look with the regular leaves and roses. I also die cut the beautiful Love to Layer: Floral Fusion die from Vintage Cream cardstock as well. I layered it onto the largest circle in the Love to Layer: Scalloped Circles Die collection using foam squares. I also made certain to pop up the petals and leaves on the Floral Fusion die to give the card even more detail.
I arranged the roses and leaves around the circle using both foam squares and liquid glue. The background was created by layering both the Ornate Cover Plate and the Border Bling: Skinny Dotted Frame onto an A2 sized panel of Limeade Ice cardstock. I glued the panel to a top folding A2 Vintage Cream card base and then added the focal circle using foam squares.
I added some glitter and sequins and the "Loving Wishes" sentiment, which is part of the Just Sentiments: Belated Birthday stamp set, to finish off the card. Thanks for fluttering by!
P.S. The entire new release will be available tonight at 10 PM ET.