Introducing Petite Places: Happy Camper, Stacked Statements

Join us today, as we dream of road trips and mountain views and sitting by the fire beside a classic, vintage camper…..the smell of smoke in the air and the taste of s'mores on our lips!  You're sure to be a happy camper, after you see all of the inspiration we've prepared for you today!


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Go big or go home?  We say go small!  The Petite Places collection is a series of stamps and dies that will allow you to create your own miniature scenes.  These tiny places are sized to fit inside the Clear Tag Domes/Ornaments.  The Petite Places: Happy Camper set is perfect for creating gift and jar toppers, ornaments, and décor, along with cards and tags.  The camper image can be used alone for flat projects like cards and tags, or it can be combined with the dimensional camper die to create ornaments and globes.  

The Details:

  • Petite Places: Happy Camper will be available for purchase on June 15th.
  • It will retail for $5.
  • Petite Places: Happy Camper contains a total of 21 images.  The camper image measure 1 ¼” wide and just over ¾” high.  The station wagon (with wheels) measures 1 ¼” wide and ½” high.  The “adventure awaits” sentiment measures 1” wide and ½” high.  The chair measures just under ½” wide and ½” high.
  • A coordinating die/collection will be available for sale separately, retailing for $11.  This collection includes a total of 15 dies.  assembled camper 1-3/8"W x 1"H x 5/8"D

Here's a little video that Betsy put together showing how easy it is to assemble the 3D version of the camper!




These new Scene-It dies just make the camper!  Layer them together to create a little forest mountain backdrop for any of the Petite Places products!

The Details: 

  • Scene It: Mountain View die/collection will be available for purchase on June 15th.
  • It will retail for $16.
  • Scene It: Mountain View contains a total of 3 dies.  triple peak 3" x 2-3/4", quad peak 3" x 2-7/8", trees 3" x 2-1/2"




Stacked Statements is a bold and trendy sentiment set that covers just about every occasion!  Customize the sentiments to fit your needs by combining one of the large focal point words with one of the smaller companion sentiments in the set.  Have fun playing around with different placement of the smaller companion sentiments as well as embellishing them with the various flowers and other small accent pieces included in the set.  The bold lettering is just calling out for you to use your favorite technique…whether it be ombre inking or heat embossing with a pretty resist effect, you’ll love all of the possibilities in this set! 

The Details:

  • Stacked Statements will be available for purchase on June 15th.
  • It will retail for $15.
  • Stacked Statements contains a total of 35 images.  The “thanks” sentiment measures just over 1 ½” wide and 2 3/8” high.  The “happy” sentiment measures 1 1/5” wide and 2” high.  The “so much” sentiment measures ½” wide and just under 3/8” high.  The larger oval rose measures just under 3/8” wide and ¼” high.
  • A coordinating die/collection will be available for sale separately, retailing for $14.  This collection includes a total of 23 dies.  Thanks 1-1/2" x 2-3/8", Today 1-1/2" x 2", Happy 1-5/8" x 2", Hello 1-1/2" x 2-1/8"



Now that I've made all of the formal introductions, let's get onto the projects!

Let the Adventure Begin Grad Card

To say I became totally smitten with this sweet little camper at first sight would be an understatement!  It has so many cute details that just take it to the next level!  When paired with the new Scene It: Mountain View dies, you have a match made in heaven!


I started by die-cutting the truck & camper, stamping them with their coordinating images using Canyon Clay and Terracotta Tile.  Look at those little suitcases on the roof!


The mountains were die-cut from Blueberry Sky cardstock and layered using foam tape.  I stamped a sentiment from Petite Places: Happy Camper onto the front mountain using Enchanted Evening ink.  The trees were cut from Simply Chartreuse and added as a finishing touch to the scene.  


Look at all the layers here and how amazing they look together!  It looks so detail oriented because of the design of the dies, but really only takes a few moments to put together. 


I ended up adding a strip of Canyon Clay cardstock that was heat embossed with a sentiment from Keep It Simple: Graduation.


I made this a graduation card, but this camper and mountain scene can be used for SO many occasions!  Especially ones that can be a bit difficult to create for!  Think masculine birthdays, Father's Day, retirement, decorate the camper for a fun wedding card, sweet 16 birthdays, girl/boy scout projects and gifts, or even fun holiday cards!

Thanks For Everything Card

You're in for a real treat with the new Stacked Statements set!  Your cards will look a million bucks with little effort! Betsy has done all of the hard work for you!


"Thanks" was stamped with just one impression using Summer Sunrise ink.  I chose this lighter color so I could add the other details in darker colors.  It was easy to add bits and pieces around and over the main word.  You really can't go wrong!


I wrapped a bit of thread around the bottom of the focal point for some added texture.


The card base was created with Sheer Basics Vellum featuring the delicate bitty dot pattern.

Make Today Amazing Card

Here is another card created with Stacked Statements, this time utilizing the coordinating dies.  To start this project off, I layered the striped Sheer Basics Vellum onto an Aqua Mist card base.

Today detail

I die-cut "Today" from Aqua Mist cardstock and stamped the word in Tropical Teal.  


All of the flowers and leaves were die-cut from white cardstock and stamped with the coordinating images.  It was fun to play around with different arrangements since everything was in individual pieces.


I hope you have enjoyed all the creations that I have shared with you today!  What do you think — are you ready to go camping?  Or will you be a 'happy camper' just heading to your stamping space?  *wink*  We would love to hear your initial thoughts on everything we introduced!  Please leave a comment on this post to tell us what you think of the new products and you will be eligible to win big!


$75 Papertrey Ink Gift Certificate 

to spend however you choose!  

You have until 7am EST, June 11th to leave your comment and be eligible to win.  Only one comment per person please.  One randomly selected winner will be announced on our June Release Winners Page before noon EST the same day.  Thank you for stopping by today and best of luck with the contest!






Betsy Veldman will be featuring Petite Places: Happy Camper + Scene It: Mountain View.



Dawn McVey will be highlighting Stacked Statements.



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CLICK HERE to see more from Lexi Daly.



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CLICK HERE to see more from Maile Belles.




  • STAMPS: Petite Places: Happy Camper (available June 15th) Keep It Simple: Graduation
  • INK: Canyon Clay, Terracotta Tile, Dark Chocolate, Enchanted Evening, VersaMark, Charcoal Palette
  • PAPER: Stamper's Select White, Enchanted Evening, Blueberry Sky, Simply Chartreuse, Canyon Clay
  • OTHER: Petite Places: Happy Camper dies, Scene It: Mountain View dies, White Filigree Embossing Powder
  • FINISHED SIZE: 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"


  • STAMPS: Stacked Statements (available June 15th)
  • INK: True Black, Summer Sunrise, Simply Chartreuse, Ocean Tides, Canyon Clay, Berry Sorbet
  • PAPER: Stamper's Select White, Sheer Basics Vellum (bitty dot)
  • OTHER: white crochet thread, corner rounder
  • FINISHED SIZE: 3-1/2" x 5"


  • STAMPS: Stacked Statements (available June 15th)
  • INK: Tropical Teal, Raspberry Fizz, Simply Chartreuse, Orange Zest, Pure Poppy
  • PAPER: Aqua Mist, Sheer Basics Vellum (stripes)
  • OTHER: Stacked Statements dies, white gel pen
  • FINISHED SIZE: 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"
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