Celebrating the Past, Present and Future: 2007


I thought it would be fun to "set the stage" with each of the posts in this blog series with a few fun facts about the year we are traveling back to. 

Billboard's #1 song for 2007 was Beyonce's "Irreplaceable".


The Final Harry Potter book is published Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.


The Apple Computer Company announces the release of the very first iPhone during January of 2007. Apple’s first iPhone was exclusively available through AT&T at first and thousands of people lined up outside of stores in anticipation of its release later that year. It was originally sold for $599.00 and within less than 3 months of its release, more than 1 million units were sold. 

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And Helen Mirren received Best Actress Leading Role for her part in The Queen!

Our first year is business was obviously an exciting milestone full of many first. February marked the very first "countdown" on my blog, which at the time was a unique way to showcase projects leading up to the official release of new product. Our business model was unique, with a decision to release one stamp set a month. February through June of 2007 we did just that, with a little experiment snuck in for an extra release on April 1st.

At the time I was also one of the only product designers, just learning the graphic design programs to make it happen. November marked the start of a few other product designers joining the ranks, including Melissa Bickford and Candice Agulair.

Our most popular product for that year was Holiday Treats, which featured a collection of stamps sized to fit the address labels everyone was wrapping around Hershey's Nuggets and tucking inside of windowed nugget tins.

Looking back through our offerings that year, I am proud to say that many of the designs are just as useful now as they were then. Living up to the test of time and our motto: simple style and endless possibilities. Let's see if you agree! Here are a few favorites that the designers have decided to revisit.


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Beautiful Blooms is a fabulous 27-piece set is full of limitless layering & building possibilities. Featuring several different shapes of flowers, each having coordinating solid & outline images. Fun polka-dot & gingham centers can be used with several different blooms. A trendy font was used for the six sentiments in the set, with a space left to dot the i's with a special miniature floral image. These are flower basics that you will return to over and over!


Beautiful Blooms - Dawn

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Beautiful Blooms - Heather 2

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Beautiful Blooms - Heather

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Beautiful Blooms - Nichole

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Beautiful Blooms - Taylor

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2007 Stephanie

Stephanie says, “I completely adore all of the outline and dotted accents Beautiful Blooms offers. Those seemingly small additions create such a whimsical vibe on a floral set. :)”

CLICK HERE to see more from Stephanie Gold.


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Green Thumb contains all the basics for spring in a fun 2-step format. Various sizes of flower images along with stems in four heights make it easy to become a floral designer. You’ll be creating your own custom arrangements in no time! The signature polka-dot boot has separate toe and “loop” stamps to give you the ability to add a second color with ease. Give your projects the perfect finishing touch with one of the seven fun sentiments included in the set.



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2007 Heather old2

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2007 Heather

Heather says, I think for many stampers floral sets are a favorite. For me, if you add in a few gardening elements then it moves that set up on the list of favorites – and that is exactly what the Green Thumb set is!

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Out to Sea is a beautifully illustrated nautical themed set is the perfect collection of images for ocean-lovers and those that are constantly in search of unique masculine themed images. The carefully chosen sentiments pair wonderfully with the images, making this a set that can be used time and again for many different occasions.


Out To Sea - Betsy

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Out To Sea - Dawn

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Out To Sea - Debbie

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Out To Sea - Maile

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Out To Sea - Nichole 2

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Out To Sea - Nichole

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2007 Wanda

Wanda says, “This set is special to me because I love everything relating to the ocean. Nautical motifs are one of my favorite crafting themes because of the ocean and because of my faith. My husband and I were married right on the ocean and I have such fond memories.”

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You will love the layering possibilities with Spiral Bouquet, a unique floral set. Use the linear also use the shadow stamps individually, allowing for a total of three different images alone or in conjunction with the coordinating shadow stamps. You can looks with just one set! There are also several different spirals and garnishes that can be added to either the flowers or leaves, making customization a snap. To finish your beautiful creations, there are six sentiment combinations created in a complementary script. Featuring a total of 26 images, you will find limitless possibilities and stamping fun with this all-inclusive set!



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2007 Dawn

Dawn says, “I was so looking forward to pulling Spiral Bouquet out and playing with it again.  The flowers are so unique and when this set came out the first time, there were a lot of techniques I'd never explored that can totally be applied to this set today!  I hope you'll pop over to see how I gave it a watercolor twist!”

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Text Boxed is a fun take on reverse images. Each “box” element includes 2 or three coordinating images that can be layered within the “boxed” image or utilized to make patterned paper. A separate frame stamp can be added to outline any of the boxed images. The words were designed to fit at the bottom of the boxes, but have such a simple style they could be utilized for a multitude of projects. This set includes a total of 31 images.



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2007 Laurie

Laurie says, “To me, Text Boxed is as classic Papertrey Ink as you can get!  I still remember the month it was released, and how impressed I was with the incredible versatility of it.  Little has changed today!  Reverse images are always in style, and the clean and classy fonts make this a set that will never go out of style!”

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Now it's time for the future of these sets, which is all up to YOU!

-Do you already own any of the five sets that were highlighted today? Time to dust it off and make an all new project using it!

-Don't own any of today's showcased sets? Draw inspiration from any of the projects highlighted in todays' post and adapt a Papertrey set that you already own.

-Share your new project with us in the Inlinkz list below and you will have a chance to win a $25 gift certificate! Only one project entry per person please.

For an alternate/additional way to win, leave us a comment letting us know what your favorite 2007 Papertrey stamp set is and why. It can be one of the sets shown today, or you can check out the "Stamps by Release" section of our store HERE. We will randomly select a winner from the comments for an additional $25 gift certificate. 

-You have until 7am ET, February 21st to add your project and/or comment. Winners will be selected that morning and posted on a special "Celebrating the Past, Present & Future: Winners" post the next morning, 7am ET, February 22nd. We can't wait to see your projects!

Nichole Heady

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  • 1

    My Punny Valentine and I still own it!

  • 2
    Heather says:

    Spiral Bouquet has to be my favorite. I love the sentiments in this set!

  • 3
    Cheryl B. says:

    Piece of Cake. Multi layer stamping way before its time. Love the font and sentiments. Still own it in its CD case. It was the first PTI stamp set I ever bought, though not in 2007. Didn’t discover PTI until 2009 or 2010.

  • 4
    Debbie P says:

    I loved your very first set, Paper Tray, right off the bat.

  • 5
    June K says:

    Limited Labels is a fun set and one of my favorites. I still like wrapping nuggets to make treat favors. I am realizing there are a few sentiment sets that were released in 2007 that I was not aware of so I’ve added them to my cart.

  • 6
    Genevieve says:

    I loove the lady bug stamp set it is the onw that prompted my first order and have never stopped since .

  • 7
    Pat A. says:

    Snowflake Serenade, for it’s lovely, elegant font. Debuted in October 2007 and I purchased it in 2016.

  • 8
    Aunt Min says:

    The only set I own from 2007 is “Trajan Monogram,” which I still use! The font is timeless, like other PTI products. If I could list another unique set, it would be “Sweet Love.” It brings to mind one of my favorite projects by Nicole who used it along with “Honey Bees” to stamp vibrant Summer Sunrise to make candy wrappers.

  • 9
    Terri W says:

    Butterfly Kisses and I definitely use this paired up with some pretty florals.

  • 10
    Donna M. says:

    I love your Christmas stamps (I shouldn’t ever buy more…) & my absolute fav is “Believe”. It’s been used over & over, will always be one of my “go-to” sets!

  • 11
    Angela Vacinek says:

    Spiral bouquet is beautiful. I didn’t discover paper trey ink until 2012, it makes me kind of sad to have missed all the other years!But I’m sure glad I stumbled across them Now! Congrats on the anniversary!

  • 12
    StephClapper says:

    If I had to choose a fav, it would be Tulip Time. Every card made from this gorgeous set is, well, gorgeous! And the fonts used are amongst my all time favs as well.In second place are your tropical themed sets.

  • 13
    Tammy says:

    I’ve ordered from Papertrey since day one and have used Paper Tray (particularly the “hand stamped” stamp) hundreds of times. However, my favorite of 2007 is Little Lady!

  • 14
    Ginger says:

    This is a wonderful post. PTI designs are classic. Please continue to take a look back and help us to see our stamps with new eyes.

  • 15
    annheidel says:

    Spooky Sweets, hands down! I’ve been following PTI since the very beginning. It’s so wonderful to see all these old sets come to life again. I need to pull mine out too. 🙂

  • 16
    Sharri Reeves says:

    Beautiful Blooms would be my pick.

  • 17
    Terri E. says:

    LOVED my punny valentine! But, my most used from that year is Butterfly Kisses. This is going to be a fun February.

  • 18
    Jennifer K says:

    Loved to see these older sets reused with a fresh take. I still have and use Faux Ribbon. Those lines are perfect for hanging things or adding a grounding strip or any other number of uses.

  • 19

    It is a toss up for me. I love Spiral Bouquet but also Believe. Thanks for a chance to win. Cheers and Happy Anniversary!

  • 20
    Michele F says:

    Sadly it was a few years later that I discovered your fabulous company … but I love your story, and your products, and where the heck did 2008-2016 go to???
    Congratulations, Papertrey Ink!

  • 21
    Sandy Dayhoff says:

    Beautiful Blooms was my favorite of all the sets 0f 2007, and it is still one of my all-time favorites through the years!!!

  • 22
    Donna Phelan says:

    I was definitely late to the party, I have no knowledge about Out To Sea, shame on me! Must investigate further!!!

  • 23
    Crisanne D. says:

    I purchased the Ambassador Monogram, and still love the font style!

  • 24
    Shelly says:

    I have the first stamp set you have ever released. Papertray I love this set for all the sentiments mix well with many of today’s sentiments. In fact I used the little circles for the dangles on my MIM card. It’s truly amazing how the stamps you guys designed 10 years ago can still be used today. That is why I love PTI!

  • 25
    Cindyblizzard@aol.com says:

    Beautiful blooms was my favorite what fun for ten ears and counting.

  • 26
    Iris Shubert says:

    HI PTI 🙂 I don’t have any of these sets, but as I looked back to 2007, I love the versatility of all of the “Borders & Corners” July 2007, and “Limitless Labels” December 2007
    I really am enjoying the way you are showcasing all of your wonderful products thru the years.

  • 27
    Leslie S. says:

    Beautiful Blooms is definitely my favorite from 2007. I love the versatility of the set and I reach for it often.

  • 28
    Donna says:

    I have been with PTI since the beginning. I still have my Beautiful Blooms. I love that you are going back to the past and now updating to the present!

  • 29
    Denise C. says:

    I own the first stamp set, Paper Tray and Borders and Corners – Rectangles from that first year. I was on a very limited crafting budget back then so those sets saw a lot of use!! I love the Spooky Sweets stamp set ….one of the few PTI Halloween sets I don’t have in my stash!!

  • 30
    Dee says:

    I like the Christmas stamp sets Believe and Snowflake Serenade which I’m still tempted by. If I could I’d own one of every stamp set released.

  • 31
    Marianne says:

    I had never heard of PTI back in 2007 and wasn’t involved in any stamping or card making back then, but I’m amazed at the timeless look of the Beautiful Blooms set. The style of the sentiments may have changed over the years, but the flowers are still looking fresh and contemporary.

  • 32
    Pai says:

    i have text boxed and it’s still one of my faves!

  • 33
    Nancy Penir says:

    How fun! Yes, I actually do have a few of the originals. You didn’t feature it, but ‘Believe’ was and still is one of my favorites. Each Christmas it finds a place on my desk FULL of PTI Holiday Sets. It always brings a smile with that sweet little santa! Congratulations to hitting a milestone! Happy 10th, and many more!

  • 34
    Bobby says:

    Thanks for featuring Beautiful Blooms. I haven’t used it in a long time but I’ve pulled it out as a reminder to make a card for the challenge.

  • 35
    Sue LD says:

    My favorite is the Out to Sea set. Perfect for masculine cards.

  • 36
    Linda Lander says:

    Late in arriving to Papertrey Ink…;0( but as they say, “I got here as fast as I could”..(after retirement from the classroom)… The sad thing for me is I missed the Garden Thumb set…oh my…

    What a fun release…love the going back as well as the looking forward…Thank you..

  • 37
    Jeni says:

    One of my favorites from 2007 was the Limitless Layers set. It was one of the first sets I purchased from Papertrey.

  • 38
    erin says:

    My go to vintage set is definitely the Mat Stack series….

  • 39
    Terri (Blindstamper) says:

    I think Spiral Bouquet is still on trend and lovely. I like the font on the sentiments too.

  • 40
    Teresa Currie says:

    2 of the 2007 release stamp sets are in my stamp stash: My Punny Valentine and Spooky Sweets. They are versatile, easy to use and still among my favorites. <3

  • 41
    Vicki A says:

    I have the Beautiful Blooms set. I am definitely a floral person so I like all of the other floral sets too. What a nice way to see the original sets in a new way! Thank you! I am going to enjoy looking at all of the design work later today!

  • 42

    I only own a few of your stamps but the ones I have I sure do love!!!
    I think from 2007 there are 2 that I really like a lot. They are the Heartfelt Basics and Out to Sea!! I always love good sentiments and I love stamp sets for masculine cards!!

  • 43
    Vicki Finger says:

    I was pretty excited to see that I actually own one of the 2007 Stamp Sets (Snowflake Serenade) because of the beautiful Script font. There’s several others that I wouldn’t mind having.

  • 44
    Noelle says:

    I’m a baby in PTI years…so fun to see the past! I am drawn to your Texed Box set…that looks so fun to play with!

  • 45
    Kristina says:

    I own all of these! I LOVE them all. I need to pull them out and play around again. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • 46
    Laraine R says:

    I can’t just pick one stamp set! I love your sentiment sets! I can always find a saying or font or size of a sentiment! You can never have enough sentiments!

  • 47
    karen h says:

    From 2007, I think my favorite set is Butterfly Kisses. I love the pattern layering and the simple shape made it easy to cut out (before the die was released).

  • 48
    Victoria Nelson says:

    It’s a tie for Spooky Sweets and Holiday Treats for me. I remember stamping the nugget labels on the address label paper and gifting everyone with those tasty treats for Halloween and Christmas that year! I still have both of those sets and won’t part with them!

  • 49
    Debs says:

    March 2007: Butterfly Kisses. It’s my birthday month and the graphics are edgy!

  • 50
    Kim Heggins says:

    I love Green Thumb…have not used it much and now I can’t wait to pull out the set and give it some ink.

  • 51
    jan metcalf says:

    Piece of Cake was the release that drew me into PTI! I was amazed by the multi layer stamping. Still love those images!!

  • 52
    Debbie says:

    Such fun to see these stamp sets from 2007, especially for customers who hadn’t discovered PTI yet.Also so interesting to see the style of the designers change and bloom!

  • 53
    LauraJane:) says:

    Beautiful Blooms is my favorite from your first year…it has timeless images:))

  • 54
    JanetB says:

    Wow, how fun is this post!? I only wish I had known about PTI in 2007, I would own several of these sets. For sure I would own Green Thumb, and several others.

  • 55

    Snowflake Serenade would be my favorite. I love making Christmas cards year round and this one has amazing snowflakes and love the font!

  • 56
    Julia Aston says:

    I’ve been with you from the start Nicole! and I have almost every set from 2007 – I loved pretty much all from the first year – Little Lady, Believe, My Punny Valentine, Men of Life to name a few. I’m excited to get out the old sets and be inspired by the new designs shown here!

  • 57
    Diana K says:

    What an amazing post, Nichole! Love every single thing about it and I can see that we’re going to be in for a treat every single day during the celebrations. My favourite from 2007? It would have to Text Boxed for its graphic and timeless simplicity.

  • 58
    Marianne M says:

    The Little Lady is my favorite from the 2007 releases! Wish I owned it!

  • 59
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    I love nautical so out to sea is my favorite! Love taking a look back through the history of PTI! 🙂

  • 60
    Lehanne says:

    Little Lady is not only my favorite stamp set from 2007 but easily in my top 10 all time. Of course I adore My Punny Valentine and have plans to pull it out this weekend getting ready for Valentines day.

  • 61
    GinaEgg says:

    I didn’t discover PTI until a couple of years after the initial release; however, I do own Snowflake Serenade (Oct 2007) and it is one I reach for every winter. The fonts and the snowflake styles are modern and classic all at once. I loved all the inspiration posted today. Happy 10th anniversary!!!

  • 62
    Barb says:

    I came is a year or two later than these releases but I did get the Beautiful Blooms II and still go back to it. I think the Spiral Bouquet set is darling and very versatile.

  • 63
    Megan Carroll says:

    I have always loved Green Thumb. Such a cute set!

  • 64
    Mutzy Mia says:

    I don’t own any of the sets released back then. My favorite is the Out to Sea…love all things related to nautical. I, however, really liked Nicole’s card she made with Text Boxed…loved the step by step directions too. What a fun celebration going back over the 10 years, one at a time!

  • 65
    janet GOSHORN says:

    Out to Sea. Wish I owned it

  • 66

    I love Out to Sea. I love the ocean which works well for a Kansas girl…

  • 67
    Linda E (uncbballfan) says:

    Text Boxed is my favorite, and Nichole, your card that you showcased today is the reason I had to have this set!

  • 68
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    That branch in Beautiful Blooms has always been one of my favorite stamps. Though, the tree, & Father Christmas stamps from Believe certainly rival it.

  • 69
    janet says:

    Fabulous post, i can’t image how long it took to compile 🙂 I didn’t start shopping with PTI until about 2010 – I don’t have any of the featured sets but they are all gorgeous and would be “hot” today too 🙂

    Congratulations Nicole on a fantastic adventure – heres to the next 10 years!

  • 70
    Sharon J says:

    I still love Butterfly Kisses for the fun layering options and the pretty fonts in the sentiment!

  • 71
    Judy Stiles says:

    Wow .. I own 4 out of 5 of those stamp sets! They are all classics for sure! I love them all!

  • 72
    Karen B. says:

    Green Thumb and Spiral Bouquet are both my favorites. 🙂

  • 73
    LeeAnne says:

    Oh such beautiful projects today from the past and present. I went to the store to see the 2007 stamps, and now I wish I hadn’t. Butterfly kisses is a beautiful set that has long been on my wish list!

  • 74
    Linda says:

    I have both the Spiral Bouquet and Text Boxed and love both of them. My BFF has Beautiful Blooms and I always loved using that when I went for a visit. Don’t know why I never purchased it.

  • 75
    Cindy O says:

    So far, I don’t have any stamps from 2007. Text Boxed is my favorite – love those reverse images, especially the leaves and stars.

  • 76
    Greta H says:

    I don’t own any 2007 sets, but I’ve come close to getting Snowflake Serenade & I really love Spiral Bouquet! What a fun trip down memory lane with such gorgeous work! Love the old & new cards & congrats to the customers showcased!

  • 77
    Kristie H says:

    I remember that PTI caught my eye in 2007 with the release of the Believe stamp set. It’s funny that I never bought it but have a closet full of other PTI stamps. I still think it’s such an elegant stamp set!

  • 78
    Noreen says:

    Over the years you have innovated so many new things, and each month I look forward to seeing what’s new! Happy Anniversary! I’m anticipating your fresh ideas this year.

  • 79
    Holly Saveur says:

    LOVE it all..such a great thing to look back at those good oldies…LOVE what everyone made..in the past and now!
    I think I found PTI only in 2009..or maybe it was 2008…I started stamping then…

  • 80
    Dana Kirby says:

    So fun to see all these stamp sets!! What a wonderful 10 years!! I had the set Beautiful Blooms, but I sold it on the forum. It was used a lot!!

  • 81
    Kelly G says:

    I love the cards designed with Text Boxed. They are classy, elegant, different from the floral designs that are ubiquitous today.

  • 82
    Rachael Burdick says:

    I don’t own any of the sets from 2007, but I’d say my favorite would have to be Butterfly Kisses. I first noticed you in 2010, purchased a few sets, and have never looked back!

  • 83
    SherryG says:

    I found PTI nearly 10 years ago while looking for a rubber stamp to use on Christmas treats. The picture of Nicole’s green and blue nuggets nestled in a little tin box grabbed my attention, and I ordered the Holiday Treats set right away. I made dozens of little boxes of nuggets for a craft show at work that year, and while everyone else sat at their tables for 2 days, I completely sold out before noon on the first day of the show! There is no other company that comes even close to PTI’s style, and I’m so happy I found you.

  • 84
    Helen F. says:

    OMG! What a fabulous trip back to 2007 🙂
    Love the PTI story and can’t believe I have been enjoying 10 years of crafty bliss right along with you all!
    I own and still use ‘Spiral Bouquet’. I instantly fell in love with the classy script font sentiments and I believe this is the first 2-step layering stamp set I ever purchased…plus the fact, it’s flowers! *grin*

  • 85
    Pam Hollie says:

    I love the Out to Sea, always have, it just speaks to me. The design team then and now do such a good job giving us ideas. They are amazing and so fun to make my version of their ideas.

  • 86
    Leigh Penner says:

    I wasn’t a PTI customer in 2007, but I did purchase Text Boxed and enjoyed stamping with it!

  • 87
    Sandy Rizzo says:

    My favorite is Green Thumb, it has beautiful flowers and great sentiments!

  • 88
    Kathy Mc says:

    Even though I don’t own any of the 2007 sets, my favorite would be Snowflake Serenade. I love the beauty of snowflakes…just not as much in real life.

  • 89
    Barbara Berry says:

    My favorite stamp set from 2007 is Little Lady.
    I just love ladybugs because they are so cute.
    This is the stamp set that was my introduction to PTI.
    I have been a long time customer ever since.

  • 90
    Melissa S. says:

    I bought pretty much every stamp set that first year with the exception of Christmas sets, butterfly kisses, green thumb, text boxed, and beautiful blooms. I have always loved beautiful blooms and green thumb though. Most of those sets I still have but unfortunately they do not get a lot of use. I will be dragging them out this week to create. Thanks for bringing back the oldies but still very useful goodies.

  • 91
    Janet Sisk says:

    I don’t have any of your 2007 stamp sets, but “Butterfly Kisses” is my favorite as I looked at your first year releases. Thanks for a chance to win and congrats on reaching 10 years of success! 😀

  • 92
    Nancy Wilcox says:

    Looking at these beautiful timeless cards I’m wishing I had the Text Box stamp set!

  • 93
    Renee says:

    I love the Green Thumb, even though I am an American, I have always loved “wellies!”

  • 94
    Isabel Z says:

    I love my Believe stamp set all these years later because the images make me smile. I know that’s silly but they really do.

  • 95
    Joyce says:

    This is a tough one. I thin Beautiful Blooms is my favorite from 2007.

  • 96
    Sue McRae says:

    This one was easy! My fave set from 2007 was Butterfly Kisses! I loved the idea of stamping the pretty detail layers onto the solid butterfly image!

  • 97
    Sadie says:

    I was on board with Papertrey Ink right from the start. I just loved ALL the products and all the inspiring projects. My first set I purchased was Text Boxed and Paper Tray. I still use them and think they are classics!

  • 98
    Cynthia says:

    I’m going with borders and corners circle, as it was my first PTI stamp set! What a fun look back!!

  • 99
    Amanda says:

    There were several sets from 2007 I really liked. Several I wish I had gotten around to getting. Funny, they weren’t my style back then, but they are a great fit to who I am now. My favorite, I think, is Green Thumb. I didn’t get it, never noticed all the details in it, but I’ve been studying it now. I also really loved Little Lady and Faux Ribbon.

  • 100
    LindaM says:

    I love the PTI Spiral Bouquet stamp set because you can stamp the spiral designs over the solid ones for so many different looks and techniques.

  • 101
    Linda Craig says:

    I think Green Thumb was one of the first stamp sets I got and I still like it.

  • 102
    Steffi H. says:

    Hard to make a dicision, but I think my No. 1 is “Out to Sea”. I´ve always been in love with maritime themed items.

  • 103
    Pat Whitley says:

    Since I love butterflies, I would have to say Butterfly Kisses!

  • 104
    Imke Ludwig says:

    “Spooky Sweets” is a favorite from the 2007 Stamp Sets. It´s always nice to see older stamp sets in use.

  • 105
    Mel H says:

    Limitless labels is a set I use all the time!

  • 106
    Penny P. says:

    I have Beautiful Blooms and I love it! I need to get it out again!

  • 107
    Lisa R. says:

    I have always adored Green Thumb. It remains in my collection. I haven’t used it in quite a while. Love Heather’s new card; it is inspiring me to play with the set again.

  • 108
    Martha says:

    Beautiful Blooms is my favorite 2007 stamp set because I love flowers.

  • 109
    sarah t. says:

    The only 2007 stamp sets I own are the 2 monograms – Trajan and Ambassador. I pair them with the simply stationery set for my personalised note cards.

  • 110

    Spiral Bouquet is my favorite, love the scripty font!

  • 111
    Cindy Otto says:

    One of my all time favorite stamp sets is the “Believe” Christmas set. I love the sweet Santa. I still use it each Christmas!

  • 112
    Shelly K says:

    Oh my goodness…2007 was just yesterday! “Believe” was just released, right!? PTI is timeless in design and it’s been such a fun time watching you grow!
    Thanks for the look back and this will be quite the celebration for you!

  • 113
    P. Johnson says:

    Spiral Bouquet is one of my favorite sets. However, PTI released a number of sets in 2007 that still get much use from me, even today. The Borders & Corners Sets come in handy for just adding a little something when needed, especially for one layer cards.

    One of the greatest things about PTI, the stamps do not look dated. Something from 10 years ago looks just as good today!

    Congratulations on your 10th anniversary!!

  • 114
    Julie J says:

    Holiday Treats continues to be a favorite of mine!

  • 115
    marcy says:

    The Beautiful Blooms was a great one to start your collection with. great variety. I love all your products. Just wish I could own them all 🙂

  • 116
    see mary stamp says:

    Although I didn’t discover Papertrey in 2007, I am happy to say I have acquired 23 of the 30 sets released that year. While I love many of the sets profiled today and others have already mentioned (Green Thumb, Little Lady and Believe) Papertrey’s sentiment sets have always been stellar – so my pick for most loved of the 2007 releases is Holiday Wishes.

  • 117
    Penelope Tucker says:

    After checking the releases for 2007, I was a bit surprised that I don’t own any released then. But I think I’m always lured in with the new things released each month…. But I love the Spiral Blooms.

  • 118
    Angela W says:

    From 2007, I love Snowflake Serenade. The fonts are gorgeous!

  • 119
    Connie G says:

    I live the garden set with that cool boot!

  • 120
    BeverlyBL says:

    My favorites from the 2007 release are Butterfly Kisses (for the sweet little flowered butterfly) and Believe (because I just love that Santa). I couldn’t pick just one.

  • 121
    Lindsey L says:

    So fun! It’s a toss up between Green Thumb and Take a Bough for me…loved ’em both!

  • 122

    Imagine my surprise seeing my Green Thumb card! That is my fave set from your first year, and I also love Believe. Thanks so much, you made my day ☺!

  • 123
    Kim Badelt says:

    Beautiful Blooms is a classic that stands up to time for sure! I love the mix of foliage and flowers and the dotted accents really add that modern edge.

  • 124
    storymusicgirl says:

    Out to Sea is my favorite out of these but it was difficult to choose!

  • 125
    Joyce M. says:

    I have Beautiful Blooms and Green Thumb from today’s post. So excited to pull them out and give them some love. I’d say Green Thumb is my favorite set from 2007. I was many years away from stamping at that point, but when I did learn about stamping, I ended up sharing a purchase of a used set of Green Thumb from a gal who has now become one of my best friends.

  • 126
    lainey says:

    I’d have to say Holiday Treats. I’ve used that stamp set on many, many home baked goods over the years!

  • 127
    Ohhh Snap says:

    I especially love Green Thumb, Out to Sea (which I just bought last month) and My Punny Valentine. But the first set, Paper Tray stamp set is used regularly : ).

  • 128
    Krillsister says:

    My all time favorite Botanical Silhouette. Floral sketches is up there too.

  • 129

    I love Spiral Bouquet. This flowers are gorgeous! I’m so excited for this special anniversary event!

  • 130
    lisa808 says:

    Beautiful Blooms is my favorite showcased 2007 stamp set because it is timeless.

  • 131
    Maureen P says:

    spiral bouquet was my first PTI purchase. It’s still inspiring today.

  • 132
    Becky M says:

    My favorite set from 2007 is the Believe set! Just as classic now as it was then with all the coloring mediums that are back in style!

  • 133
    Joan Vancourt says:

    I love that Green Thumb set. (Sad that I don’t own it). Darling cards from the past. Oooh, I just love this. I own the Beautiful Blooms and just love it, too. I must say that PTI stamps are timeless and classy.

  • 134
    Allison T. says:

    Green thumb has always been a favorite!! I still use that set today!

  • 135
    Catherine Milne says:

    My favorite stamp set from 2007 is Piece of Cake. I really like the little clusters of flowers from that set.

    Love how you’re showcasing older sets and making them “new” again!

  • 136
    Lisa m says:

    I dont own any of 2007 sets I did not know about PTI yet, I’m so glad I found you searching for a teacher set and found teachers apple, my first PTI set and have been here ever since, love you guys!!!!

  • 137
    Cindy C says:

    I love Piece of Cake & still use it often for weddings & birthdays. It’s timeless!

  • 138
    Janet Mack says:

    My very first set was Spooky Sweets, I bought it because of the pumpkins. I bought Limitless labels before it went into the vault and just dug it out for some Valentine treats.

  • 139
    Lyn says:

    I have quite a few of the 2007 release sets – Beautiful Blooms, Men of Life, Out to Sea, all 5 of the Borders and Corners, Holiday Wishes and Believe. Believe is my favorite – I especially love the sentiments and Christmas tree in that set – simple and elegant. PTI stamps never go out of style.

  • 140
    Kelly says:

    Beautiful Blooms is my 2007 favorite. I love PTI!

  • 141
    Natasha says:

    My favorite 2007 set is Green Thumb. That boot image is still one of my all time favorites!

  • 142
    Keri says:

    Believe is my favorite stamp set of 2007. I just love that sweet Santa Claus. He is timeless, as is the tree and the other small elements in the set.

  • 143
    Carmela Hubler says:

    I do not own any of the sets from 2007 but I really love the Out to Sea set. With two sons and a husband, not to mention brothers, brother in laws and a father/father in law, I am often in need of masculine cards. This set looks so versatile and I love the images.

  • 144
    Linda Sodano says:

    I started following PTI in 2008, but out of the 5 sets shown in this post, Spiral Bouquet is my favorite. The design team samples are beautiful!

  • 145
    Kris says:

    Out to Sea is my most used stamp of 2007. Our kids were all swimmers and our youngest son went to a college whose school logo is an anchor. That anchor stamp got ALOT of use!

  • 146

    I have some of these sets — and some have never seen ink. I am re-inspired to use them!

  • 147
    Rebecca B. from FL says:

    Spiral Bouquet is a great set. The re-visit projects convince me that this set stands the test of time.

  • 148
    Sherrie M. says:

    Snowflake Serenade is my favorite set from 2008. Love the elegant font in the sentiments and the intricate snowflakes are gorgeous.

  • 149
    Cheryl F. says:

    I love Little Lady! It’s so much fun to use and it’s very cute. My daughter’s nickname is Ladybug, so it’s extra special. 🙂

  • 150
    Judy Workman says:

    I like Spiral Bouquet. I did not realize it was ten years old. I still use it and it is versatile. I can use it for so many different occasions. It’s definitely one I will keep for even more years to come.

  • 151
    LaFaunB says:

    I really like all Borders & Corners stamps from 2007.

  • 152
    Lorraine says:

    I love text boxed – love working with the reversed images. However, after revisiting Beautiful Blooms…I may need that, LOL.

  • 153
    Carol Blaisdell says:

    Snowflake Serenade never goes out of style!

  • 154
    Julie Payne says:

    I really like the Men of Life Stamp Set because I just love the zentangle feel of the different sail patterns.
    Beside men cards, I also think it would make super cute baby cards.

  • 155
    Jill A says:

    I don’t own any of these set, but I think Little Lady is sooooooo cute!!!!

  • 156
    MaryB says:

    From the first year, I guess Spiral Bouquet is my favorite. With the mix of images, it can take on so many different looks. With all the PTI sets I’ve bought, I still own all of them except one. Even a set that isn’t getting much love right now must be kept, because at some point that set will be the perfect one for a card. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

  • 157
    Heather says:

    I love that Text Boxed!

  • 158
    AllysonA says:

    Oh my goodness, I just love seeing all this Past, Present, and Future posts! So fun to relive the old days. 😉 I have 4 stamp sets from the year 2007, and I think my favorite is the Holiday Wishes stamp set. I bought it in 2010, and that sweet pack of holiday sentiments has seen me through lots of holiday prep and gifting since then! Loving the fun celebration posts and all the lovely ‘now and then’ DT inspiration!

  • 159
    Tanja S. says:

    Green thumb is my favourite 2007 release, i love the pshowcased projects past and present.

  • 160
    josiane says:

    I have all of these stamp sets and more from 2007. But since my favorite stamps are sentiment stamps, my favorite 2007 stamp set is the Faux Ribbon set which is versatile with the sentiments and the borders.

    Happy 10th anniversary!

  • 161
    super stick chick says:

    This is so fun and a great way to celebrate. My favorite set is the Beautiful Blooms, the leafy branch is prefect to fill in around the flowers and is a prefect design.

  • 162
    Bev Karolak says:

    Beautiful Blooms is my favourite! Wow….10 years! My goodness how time passes. Congratulations! ?

  • 163
    Annette Snyder says:

    I think that it would be Spiral Bouquet! Love that set!

  • 164
    Nancy M says:

    Today’s post shows how good design can stand the test of time. Snowflake Serenade is my favorite set from 2007. It is the most elegant snowflake stamp set I’ve ever seen.

  • 165
    Birgit says:

    `Little Lady´ is my favorite set from 2007. Just super cute and you can use it for many occasions!

  • 166
    Anne B says:

    Beautiful blooms is my favourite 2007 set – it was one that first inspired me to purchase from PTI!

  • 167
    Mary M says:

    Spiral bouquet- still pretty in 2017

  • 168
    Laura onosato says:

    So fun to see all the projects with these classic sets!! One of my favorites is green thumb. The two step stamps in that set are so pretty!

  • 169
    LR says:

    Holiday Treats—I still love using it to make nugget labels and to decorate food gifts, etc..

  • 170
    Kathy W says:

    Believe is one of my most favorite holiday stamp sets of all time. I use it every year (this year on tags). Love to stamp that folk art Santa on kraft and then use colored pencils. I have 7 of the 2007 sets; Butterfly Kisses is another favorite.

  • 171

    I found it hard to choose between Beautiful Blooms and Spiral Bouquet. Both have some many possibilities, from feminine to masculine designs. Sadly, I don’t have either of them, but finding like stamps in my collection will be fun.

  • 172
    Nazneen says:

    Every stamp of papertrey is super good and it’s very difficult to select one favourite. in today’s set of stamps.. loved the beautiful blooms.. it’s so pretty and in line with latest designs.. Thank you for the inspiration and the opportunity to win

  • 173
    DGolly says:

    My most useful set, and one I still use all the time is Limitless Labels, but one of my favorite of all time is Green Thumb. I wish I bought it when it was available 🙁

  • 174
    Amy Cooley says:

    I like the Sweet Love stamp set because I love crafting for Valentine’s Day.

  • 175
    Christine Nixon says:

    From these sets, Floral Bouquet- love the whimsical tone of this set!

  • 176
    Carrie Crafts says:

    My favorite stamp set from 2007 is Holiday Treats. Had I owned this set back in 2008, I would have gifted nugget tins to every one I knew! Today, I love to use the versatile sentiments for prettying up the packaging on homemade gifts. Love the timelessness of PTI’s products!

  • 177
    Deepa M. says:

    I love Snowflake Serenade. It was probably the very first snowflake stamp set I every bought, and I still love the gorgeous style of the individual flake images, and the wonderful script font that was used for Peace & Joy. I also love the added touch of the little “handmade by” stamp that coordinated – I use that one all the time!

  • 178
    Teddra says:

    Faux Ribbon. It was my very first set purchased. I still use it to make plaid backgrounds.

  • 179
    Colleen F says:

    I have four stamps from 2007 and Believe is still a favorite along with Heartfelt sentiments.

  • 180
    Linda Reilly says:

    My favorite from 2007 is Little Lady. Lady Bugs are just so sweet.

  • 181

    My favorite stamp set from 2007 is Snowflake Serenade. I love the font with all the curlicues and the elegant snowflakes.

  • 182
    Kathie B says:

    I’m loving Text Boxed. The simplify and clean lines are so very elegant.

  • 183
    Angela TX says:

    I was new to the concept of stamping in 2007 and just learning about PTI via projects that I admired in paper crafting magazines. I think I would choose “Believe” as my favorite set from that year. I especially loved the detail of the tree, the Santa that could easily be colored and cut and the included sentiments and details.

  • 184
    Judie Attard says:

    The beautiful blooms are gorgeous! Thanks for all this inspiration!

  • 185
    Emma S. says:

    Green Thumb! I always love garden themed sets. Love PTI!

  • 186

    Text Boxed is my favourite stamp of those highlighted. Love the negative and positive possibilities with this set.

  • 187
    Chris L says:

    My favorite set of 2007–Little Lady! This was one of my first PTI sets, and it is still adorable!

  • 188
    S. Molinari says:

    Green Thumb wins the day! I love all the images!

  • 189
    Catherine Milne says:

    My fave is Out On A Limb because it can be used all across the seasons and for lots of different occasions.

  • 190
    Denise Bryant says:

    Spiral Bouquet is a favorite from 2007! I love the whimsical curleque designs! I have to also mention Believe, as it is the first PTI ink stamp set I bought! I still love it!

  • 191
    Kathy Krug says:

    I like beautiful blooms best but text box is right up there.

  • 192
    Tonya Jastad says:

    I completely forgot about that Out to sea set! I’m going to pull it out right now!!

  • 193
    Linda R. says:

    My favorite from 2007 has to be Heartfelt Basics. What a wonderfully versatile set!

  • 194
    Deb Hudson says:

    I love the Out to Sea stamp set. Very versatile and great for my seafaring men cards.
    Tho I do also like Snowflake Serenade. Love the flourished Peace and Joy.

  • 195
    Lisa V. says:

    My favorite from 2007 is definitely Spiral Bouquet. I love this set, and I am so glad you showed a fresh take on it. I have it out on my crafting table and I hope to submit a project with it. Thanks for all of the chances to win. Happy Anniversary!

  • 196

    I love the Text Boxed set the most. It is truly amazing with the gorgeous negative images and the crisp sentiment font. So versatile and so timeless!

  • 197
    Vicki Smith says:

    Spiral Bouquet is definitely my favorite for 2007. You have an incredible selection to choose from now and I want all of it. Amazing talent on this site. Thanks a bunch!

  • 198
    Jill says:

    My 2007 favorite is Spiral Bouquet, but I bought it 10 years later! So many ideas for this set, I”ll be playing with it for years to cone.

  • 199
    Kathryn A says:

    I think my favourite stamp set from your first year is Out to Sea. It is great for masculine cards, which always seem harder to make than feminine cards.

  • 200
    Cindy G says:

    The 2007 set, Little Ladybug is adorable. I would like to see how it coordinates with the ladybug seasonal stitching die. Just saying …..

  • 201
    Jennifer T says:

    Happy Anniversary! Spiral Bouquet is a favorite, so many great images!

  • 202
    Lori B says:

    I’ve always wished I would have purchased Believe before it headed into the vault. It’s rustic feeling Santa, wreath & other images always seem to touch my heart.

  • 203
    Mary-Anne V. says:

    The out to see set is really nice…hard to find masculine images.

  • 204
    Susan P says:

    My favorite set from 2007 was Out on a Limb. I use it and the Sentiments set released a little later all the time.

  • 205
    Betty N says:

    My favourite 2007 set is “Beautiful Blooms” – the images really are beautiful, and the leafy sprig is perfect!

  • 206

    I lvoe love, Snowflake Serenade, is lovely, elegant font. Debuted in October 2007 and I purchased it in 2016.

  • 207
    Sharon D says:

    From 2007 I have Text Boxed; Green Thumb; Boxes, Bags, and Tags; and Beautiful Blooms. For many years (until Turning a New Leaf came out), that large leafy branch from Beautiful Blooms was my most-used stamp–I love it! I also love the dotted outline leaves, and the outline + solid flowers. I loved stamping the orchid-looking flower in pale yellow with the outline over it in red–so pretty!

  • 208
    Janet Ingraham says:

    The shapes in Spiral Bouquet just appeal to my personality and I can think of lots of ways to use it. A close second are the others.

  • 209
    Mimi R says:

    I love Spiral Bouquet from 2007.

  • 210

    I love the fresh take on “mature” stamp sets- so inspiring! From 2007 I have to say my favorite is the Little Lady Stamp set. It’s just adorable!

  • 211
    Linda F says:

    My favourite stamp set of your 2007 releases is Out to Sea. I’m a total addict for anything nautical and all the sentiments in this set are fabulous.

  • 212
    Adele Holcomb says:

    I didn’t discover PTI until later so I’m enjoying seeing earlier releases. I like the Spiral Bouquet because the flowers are so unique.

  • 213
    Karen says:

    I used Green Thumb for the challenge and that is definitely my favorite stamp set. I love all of the gardening images!

  • 214
    Rosemary D says:

    Spiral Bouquet is definitely a favorite from 2007!!

  • 215
    D.Ann C says:

    Spiral Bouquet is my fav… I love its pretty and whimsical styles combined.

  • 216
    Elizabeth Marie says:

    Either Take a Bough or Beautiful Blooms…I am torn between which is my favorite from 2007.

  • 217
    Lisa G. says:

    Spooky treats is my go to for Halloween projects.

  • 218

    I love the Take a bough stamp set! so pretty with endless possibilities!

  • 219
    Peggy S says:

    Butterfly Kisses for sure!

  • 220
    Sarosa says:

    I absolutely love the Spiral Bouquet! What a lot of fun I would have with this set! It is adorable! Great examples!

  • 221
    Jeanne H says:

    Don’t have any of these, but sure would like Green Thumb as I too love rain boots. Polka dots are so wonderfull!

  • 222
    Manda says:

    Wow, can’t believe these sets are 10 years old! My favourite from this year is Piece of Cake – it’s so much fun for birthdays.

  • 223
    Sheri elmont says:

    I was opening my own company during this time so had no crafty budget. I really like the Green Thumb set.

  • 224
    Deborah Rosenow says:

    Out to see is such a perfect little set and love it’s male theme! A must favorite!

  • 225
    linda c says:

    it’s a toss up between Beautiful Blooms and Spiral Bouquet. Love ’em both.

  • 226
    Jennifer Thompson says:

    I love Out to Sea for masculine cards.

  • 227
    Daffodil Dreams says:

    Text Boxed is such a versatile set!

  • 228
    Jennifer says:

    My favorite is Spiral Bouquet for sure!

  • 229
    RedGem says:

    The Beautiful Blooms stamp set is still one of my favorite in 2007 and I use it quite often for background stamping.

  • 230
    Janis in ID says:

    Love the Text and Boxed set. So versatile for a soft look or for more drama. Fabulous.
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  • 231
    Keysha Sain says:

    My favorite set from 2007 is borders & corners (with the Trajan Monogram set). I love those because they allow me to easily make monogramed cards for my friends and families

  • 232
    Sandy W, says:

    2007, Holiday Wishes is still a favorite for my Christmas cards. Loved the ideas from the borders and corners sets as well and bought the oval set. Thanks!

  • 233
    Karen says:

    I’ve been with you from the very beginning. My favorite stamp from 2007 is Believe, still one of my favorite Christmas stamps for the images and the sentiments.

  • 234
    Melissa Friedrich says:

    My favorite of thie year is the Spiral Bouquet – it is one of those sets with lots of layering florals AND awesome sentiments all in one set, love the Scripty font.

  • 235

    I absolutely love the stylish and elegant font in Snowflake Serenade. My other ’07 fave is Holiday Wishes – again because I love the font.

  • 236
    Susan in AK says:

    I have Piece of Cake and boy, did I use that set often for both birthday and wedding cards. Wow, I will have to bring that set out again.

  • 237
    Paula e. says:

    Only have a few sets from this first year…including Green Thumb, Out to Sea, Believe, and Snowflake Serenade.

  • 238
    Cindy says:

    I think Spiral Bouquet is a must-have!! What an awesome, timeless set!

  • 239

    I love the butterfly kisses set!

  • 240

    Beautiful Blooms would be my pick!! =)

  • 241
    Becca Yahrling says:

    My favorite set is Snowflake Serenade, which I own. It’s my go to set when I need snowflakes or my favorite word: Peace. I can’t believe it’s 10 years old!!

  • 242
    sallie says:

    “Green Thumb” was one of the first sets(along with Little Lady) that I purchased from Papertrey Ink back when they only had several stamp sets to offer. I still love it and have made many cards through the years using this set. I love all the images and REALLY like the sentiment, “You can deal with anything if your have the right shoes.”

  • 243
    Leslie L. says:

    I did not come on board with PTI until 2012 but looking at the projects above I see what I was missing. I have to say the set that draws me in the most is Beautiful Blooms. The solids and the outlines lend well to many techniques.

  • 244
    Crystal M. says:

    My favorite 2007 stamp set is Little Lady… such a sweet build a ladybug set! I still love it!

  • 245
    Marcy says:

    I have three sets from the ones revisited today. I would have to say Green Thumb is my favorite because it is one of the first PTI sets I purchased.

  • 246
    Rita says:

    I forgot how much I loved Text Boxed. It was so much fun stamping it on the Lovely Lady linen paper, cutting it out, matting it on white, and adhering it on the linen paper. I got so carried away with exploring this set all over again that I have a whole stash of stamped text boxes in all colors ready for cards. FUN!

  • 247
    Oliverw says:

    Finally have the time to search through the stamp years. The prettiest set from 2007 is “Piece of Cake”. The font on the sentiments is just beautiful.

  • 248
    Jen shears says:

    Even though I didn’t discover PTI until 2009, it didn’t take me long to buy out to sea! We are water people so it still gets a lot of use!

  • 249
    Stephanie says:

    out to sea – a great set for guy cards

  • 250
    Miriam Prantner says:

    I think my favorite from 2007 is Text Boxed. Really versatile!

  • 251
    Cynthia Rose says:

    I had not discovered PTI in 2007, but I wish I had. I can’t believe that 10 year old stamp sets don’t look dated at all.

  • 252
    Amy Klin says:

    Faux Ribbon, my first Papertrey purchase.

  • 253
    merryf says:

    Text Boxed is my absolute favorite from 2007 — and it’s the very first set I bought. That classic look still looks fresh 10 years later!

  • 254
    Michelle Benoit says:

    The introduction of your beautiful paper is the star of 2007 for me, but I also love Take a Bough!

  • 255
    Bonnie W. (Cardm8kr63) says:

    The cards showcased today with Spiral Bouquet were my favorite.

  • 256
    Rita Wright says:

    Little Lady is my favorite set and I wish it wasn’t in the vault. My daughter loves bugs, especially ladybugs, so she would flip over this set.

  • 257
    StephH says:

    After ten years, Spiral Bouquet is still a favorite. Love the flower images but it’s the sentiments that truly make this set a classic. The large, elegant font really makes a statement on the front of a card.

  • 258
    Cindy H. says:

    The only stamp set I own from 2007 is Snowflake Serenade. I still love this gorgeous set with it’s elegant snowflakes and script.

  • 259
    Jacquie says:

    Believe Stamp set – love the folk art feel of Old St. Nick! Thanks for sending us down memory lane 🙂

  • 260
    Joni M says:

    I remember using “Limitless Labels Stamp Set” to create little labels for candy treats. I paired them with the printout pattern boxes that PTI used to sell (captured card case) to make hostess, valentines, and other gifts!

  • 261
    Jackie L says:

    Love the Beautiful Blooms. It was also one of my early purchases from PTI. Love making backgrounds with this stamp set.

  • 262
    Karyn S says:

    Snowflake Serenade and the Borders and Corners series are my favorites from 2007.

  • 263
    Barbara Martin says:

    I didn’t discover Papertrey Ink until 2011, but the first set I bought was 2007’s Green Thumb – I just had to have that Wellington boot!

  • 264
    Dennisonka says:

    Since I didn’t know about PTI between the years of 2007 to 2010, I discovered this favorite in the years after its release. From this year, I picked Faux Ribbon. Love Papertrey and the great products and inspiration you regularly pu

  • 265
    Linda (LSN) says:

    Loved (and still love) Spiral Bouquet!


  • 266
    Diana F says:

    I love the Beautiful Blooms set from 2007. It can easily be with a variety of variety of special occasion cards.

  • 267
    Cynthia Baldwin says:

    I wasn’t aware of PTI in 2007. The Out to Sea set looks wonderful! Love the nautical images – the compass is my favorite image in the set.

  • 268

    Green Thumb…followed closely by Spiral Bouquet!

  • 269
    Rebekah says:

    I didn’t find PTI until 2010 but after seeing this blog post “Out to Sea” has made it onto my wish list!

  • 270
    Tammy W says:

    Being a Navy wife when this set came out, it was a must have! So classic.

  • 271
    super stick chick says:

    My favorite set is the Beautiful Blooms, so beautiful and so much creativity with this set. Love the DT examples too.

  • 272
    Janet W says:

    Spiral Bouquet is definitely my favorite from this year. Unfortunately it was in the vault by the time I discovered it!

  • 273
    Anne says:

    I love Borders and Corners (circle) stamp set from this time. I used it so much when making notebooks, reindeer food packs etc for the craft fairs I attended in those years

  • 274

    Green thumb is one of the cutest sets EVER!

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    beatrice W. says:

    Beautiful blooms is my favorite stamp set.

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