Today is the Day!

By July 15, 2016General

The day we have all been waiting for is finally here!  Can't you just feel the anticipation in the air!  Now is your chance to be one of the FIRST to get to play with all of the amazing paper crafting goodness that we are offering up this month!!!  I wanted to let you know a few things about the day today so you can know what to expect!  

The release party begins right now, at 7am ET on our forum.
Be sure to stop by our forum and enjoy the camaraderie and chit chat about all of our new products.  It's entertaining and a super duper way to pass the time until you can begin filling your cart.

Stamp Set & Die Reveal NOW @ 7am ET, just scroll below or CLICK HERE.

I have revealed all of the stamp sets in their entirety below, as well as all the dies.  This way you can have everything in one place and make informed decisions about your purchases.

You can't have a party without a contest.
Scroll below to find the "Release in Review & Release Contest" post with a question for you to answer.  Share your answer with us and you will be eligible to win:

a $150 PTI Gift Certificate
to spend on whatever you choose!

The contest will close at 9:30pm ET and the winner will be chosen via the Random Number Generator.  I will announce the lucky winner here before 10pm ET!

Release Ordering 101

I have added a page of information that will tell you all about the details of ordering during the release, procedures & policies you should be aware of and more.  Whether your new here or a regular, I think you will all find this information helpful.  You can find this information HERE.

July in a Nutshell!

You can always see a linked review list for each release on my Previous Countdown page, HERE.  But I have also added the list below, so it's easy to navigate while you are making your shopping decisions tonight.

DAY 1: Dress Up Dolls: Rainy Day, Number the Stars, Background Basics: Galaxy, Just a Number, Favor It: Star Box die

DAY 2: Paper Clippings: Done With Love, Splits: Best Wishes, Inspired: Prayer, It's the Thought

DAY 3: Colorful Treats, Tiny Town Sweet Shoppe, Cover Plate: Awning

DAY 4: Tropics, Some Like It Hot

DAY 5: Traveler's Journal Kit and accessories, Keep It Simple: Missing You

DAY 6: Make It Market Kit: Garden Gate Sneak Peeks!




We are very excited about our upcoming Stamp-a-faire event on July 23rd! There has been a lot of work going on behind the scenes to make this one of the best online stamping events ever! For those of you who may be new around these parts, Stamp-a-faire is a day filled with FREE tutorials and videos here on our blog. Many of your favorite designers will be participating and showing you step by step videos on how to improve your paper crafting skills! There will be hundreds of dollars in prizes, fun challenges for you to play along with and so much more. So if you havenโ€™t already, be sure to set aside July 23rd as a special stamping day just for you!

You can find the complete supply list and all of the details HERE!



July Release Winners

Be sure to stop by our July Release Winners Page  to see if you were one of the lucky folks that won one of our amazing prizes over the last five days! 

Join us on Periscope!


Join Ashley Cannon Newell today at 9pm ET to watch a live Periscope broadcast of the new products to be released. As a viewer, you can chat live by entering text into the "say something" box at the bottom of the live video page. You can also give the broadcast some love by double tapping on the screen while watching the broadcast or replaying it. So, if you like what you are hearing or seeing, tap on your screen to show Papertrey some love.
We encourage you to enable notifications for Periscope on your mobile device/tablet so you will be notified when we are live. Simply click the notification link or open Periscope to find the live broadcast. If you follow us on Twitter, a tweet will be sent to let you know we are live. You have the option to watch the broadcast via the web by clicking a link from the tweet.
Find us @PapertreyInk or by searching Papertrey Ink on Periscope.
We will update this post with a direct link once available later on tonight.

Don't forget: 10pm ET Product Release Time.

Just a friendly reminder that the new products will be released tonight at 10pm ET on our website.

Thank you so much for visiting throughout this exciting countdown and we look forward to seeing all of you throughout the day and later tonight!  

Nichole Heady

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Join the discussion 16 Comments

  • 1
    Mary Ann M says:

    A golf and museum trip to the DC area!

  • 2
    Karen Wedding says:

    That’s a tough one. We took a family vacation through Texas and made no plans or reservations and just traveled through Texas stopping when we wanted and finding hotels to stay in along the way. It was so much fun and very carefree. I would do it again in a heartbeat.

  • 3
    Natalie Godfrey says:

    My family and my 3 brothers and their family (20 of us) took a cruise to Puerto Vallerta. I would say this was probably the most fun I ever had.

  • 4
    Maria says:

    A family road trip to San Antonio, TX with stops along the way and stay at a timeshare. We still talk about that great trip!

  • 5
    Annette P says:

    Nova Scotia and New England. We saw the most beautiful sight and were on a bus tour with a fabulous group of people!

  • 6
    Heidi B. says:

    Hawaii, decided to rent a road bicycle. Fell in love with cycling. Now everytime I ride my bike, I am taken back to that vacation in the tropical oasis…even if my ride is cold and rainy!

  • 7
    Kathy says:

    We’re not always able to take a vacation, but I we did go visit friends in California a couple years ago. We had THE best time – good food and wine, great company with lots of laughs and even to a side trip to Disneyland!

  • 8
    Janet says:

    My honeymoon! Need I say more?

  • 9
    Sara E. says:

    What a great question! I would have to say a long road trip through New England we took several years ago. We brought our bikes along so we could ride along the beaches. We also took the ferry to Block Island, RI and rode our bikes all around the island. We stopped for a picnic at the lighthouse, then had cocktails at a beachside bar before we took the ferry back to the mainland. The whole trip was an adventure like this! We even stopped at Niagara Falls on the way home ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 10
    Cathy P in AZ says:

    Hooray! I can’t wait for the release tonight!!

  • 11
    Angela W says:

    My most memorable vacation was a trip to Thailand. I went with Compassion International with a group of people from all over the United States. I was in my early 20s and didn’t know anyone else who was going. I got to meet the child I had been sponsoring for the couple of years before the trip. It was incredible. We went to several Compassion sponsored schools and saw the amazing difference they were making. We also did some sight seeing as well. It was the trip of a lifetime, as far as I’m concerned.

  • 12
    Deb Selby says:

    I have been to a lot of amazing places as travelling is my favorite thing to do, but I would have to say my visit to New Zealand was a real highlight. We stayed long enough to get a feel for the varied countryside and tried some new adventures as well.

  • 13
    Jennifer S says:

    A crazy snow-filled-in-April “field” trip to study Revolutionary War era history in Philadelphia and the Boston areas. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • 14

    When I was 7 my family went to central California. We started our trip in Reno and Lake Tahoe. We rode in our family ford van. This was 1977 so it was a big van. We stayed in motels and I loved swimming in the pool. It was my first time seeing the ocean. Altogether it was a fun family trip.

  • 15
    Debbie H says:

    Cape Vincent, NY when I was 8 or 9. My family rented a cottage and we spent the week on the water boating and fishing and feeding the chipmunks. I still remember such a sense of peace and tranquility.

  • 16
    Beverly Perdue says:

    One of my most memorable trips was a couple of years ago when we went to the beach with my sons. They are grown now and it is difficult to get everyone together. We spent a week together and I was one happy mama!

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