More March Release: Day 1

By March 16, 2017General

Now that all of the March products have officially been introduced, we thought it was as good a time as any to share even more projects using them.

Anniversary-sale

Don't forget that our big sale is still going on today! If there is anything new you still want to pick up or favorites you want to stock up on with this fabulous discount, you have until 10pm ET TONIGHT! 

How about a look at all those new projects from the team?

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Courage & Kindness is now available for sale HERE, along with the coordinating die HERE.

 

Betsy-Veldman

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See more from Betsy Veldman HERE.

  Instructions

  1. Use metal woodgrain stencil and embossing paste to apply woodgrain pattern to a 4-1/4” x 5-1/2” panel of kraft cardstock.
  2. Diecut and stamp two large berry clusters using the Beautiful Berries: Spring stamps.
  3. Diecut and stamp the flower cluster using the Courage & Kindness stamps and dies.
  4. Attach berries and flowers to woodgrain panel as shown.
  5. Stamp sentiment onto stitched banner cut from white cardstock using the Tag Sale: Quilted die.  Attach.
  6. Embellish with a butterfly cut from white cardstock using the Life is Beautiful dies.
  7. Attach finished panel to a white A2 card base.

Colors

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Courage & KindnessBeautiful Berries: Spring
  • INK: Pale Peony, Autumn Rose, Ocean Tides, Stormy Sea, Saffron Spice, Olive Twist
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Classic Kraft
  • DIES: Courage & Kindness, Beautiful Berries: Spring, Life Is Beautiful, Tag Sale: Quilted
  • OTHER: Woodgrain metal stencil, Embossing paste

 

Courage & Kindness be strong

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See more from Dawn McVey HERE.

Instructions

  1. Die cut card base. 
  2. Die cut frame from white and Saffron Spice card stocks. 
  3. Stamp sentiment on frame. 
  4. Die cut flowers/leaves and stamp.  Layer on frame.

 

Colors

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Courage & Kindness
  • INK: Hawaiian Shores, Tropical Teal, Saffron Spice
  • PAPER: Hawaiian Shores, Saffron Spice, Stamper’s Select White
  • DIES: Fun Frames, Courage & Kindness, Noted: Scalloped A1

 

Laurie-Schmidlin

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See more from Laurie Schmidlin HERE.

Instructions

  1. Using Woodgrain stencil, sponge Soft Stone ink onto piece of white cardstock. 
  2. Stamp and die cut flowers. Stamp sentiment onto background layer. 
  3. Splatter background with black paint, being careful to avoid sentiment area. 
  4. Adhere flowers, adding dimensional foam to a few of them. 
  5. Cut small piece of ribbon, fold in half, and adhere under flowers on the side of the card.

TIP: To achieve desired yellow color, stamp using two different colors of ink.  To achieve a lighter gray color, stamp the image first on scrap paper and then onto your project.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Courage & Kindness
  • DIES: Courage & Kindness
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White
  • INK: Soft Stone, Harvest Gold, Summer Sunrise, Bright Buttercup, Pure Poppy, True Black, Smokey Shadow
  • OTHER: Woodgrain Metal Stencil, Sequins, Black paint, True Black Saddle Stitched Ribbon

 

Melissa-Phillips

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See more from Melissa Phillips HERE.

Instructions

  1.  Create card base from white cardstock.  Die cut Mix & Mat Flourishes from white cardstock and lightly sponge on green chalk.  Stitch holes with embroidery floss..
  2.   Cut a block of paper and vellum to fit behind opening of frame, adhere in place with paper on the bottom and vellum just behind frame.
  3. Die cut and stamp Courage & Kindness flowers, coat some with white embossing powder and heat to set, layer others, and adhere in place.
  4. Stamp sentiment on die cut banner, adhere in place, and embellish card with sequins.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Courage & Kindness
  • INK: Lilac Grace, Hibiscus Burst, Autumn Rose, Pale Peony, Green Parakeet, Summer Sunrise, and Prairie Grass
  • PAPER: Fresh Snow Linen, Pale Peony + White Basics paper
  • DIES: Courage & Kindness dies, Mix & Mat Flourishes dies
  • OTHER:  Vellum

 

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Instructions

  1. Cut stitched rectangular die for card front and stamp horizontally with largest polka dot block from Day By Day Blocks stamp set.
  2. Stamp and die cut Courage + Kindness floral arrangement, and some additional small flowers and greenery. Stamp sentiment in mid/lower right hand corner, above polka dotted block.
  3. Attach flowers on left center of card – some flat, some dimensional. Adhere tiny pearls to some flower centers.
  4. Adhere stitched rectangle to aqua card base.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Courage + Kindness, Day By Day Blocks
  • DIES: Courage + Kindness
  • INKS: Stormy Sea, Simply Chartreuse, Aqua Mist
  • PAPER: PTI Stamper’s Select White, Aqua Mist

 

More-inspiration

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CLICK HERE for the original Countdown Introduction post for Courage & Kindness.

 

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Quoted: Move Mountains stamp & die set is now available for sale HERE.

Heather-Nichols

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See more from Heather Nichols HERE.

Instructions

  1. Stamp the images and quote onto watercolor paper with Versamark ink and emboss them with clear embossing powder and a heat tool.
  2. Watercolor the images with Clean Color markers.
  3. Add eyelets to each corner of the watercolor paper.
  4. Emboss kraft cardstock with the Woodgrain metal stencil and then add Cocoa Bean ink with an ink blending tool.
  5. Attach the watercolored piece to the woodgrain cardstock with some twine. Add this piece to a kraft card base.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Quoted: Move Mountains
  • INK: Versamark (Tsukineko), Cocoa Bean
  • PAPER: kraft, watercolor (Hobby Lobby)
  • OTHER: Woodgrain Metal Stencil, clear embossing powder, Rustic Jute button twine, Clean Color markers (Zig), eyelet (Recollections)

 

 

Stephanie-Gold

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See more from Stephanie Gold HERE.

Instructions

  1. Stamp “Maybe you’ve been assigned this” using black ink onto white cardstock. Trim into thin strip.
  2. Stamp mountain onto shipping tag using black ink and “to show others it can be” directly underneath.
  3. Stamp “moved” banner onto white cardstock. Die cut it out using coordinating die.
  4. Using Woodgrain stencil, emboss a panel of Ripe Avocado cardstock.
  5. Adhere embossed panel onto card base. Adhere shipping tag on top of embossed panel.
  6. Using dimensional adhesive, adhere “maybe you’ve been assigned this” white strip onto top of shipping tag.
  7. Using dimensional adhesive, adhere die cut “moved” piece onto shipping tag under the mountain.
  8. Tie a piece of natural twine around card base near the white sentiment strip.
  9. colors

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Quoted: Move Mountains
  • INK: Black
  • PAPER: White, Ripe Avocado
  • DIES: Woodgrain Stencil, Quoted: Move Mountains
  • OTHER: Natural Twine, Shipping Tag

 

Lizzie-Jones

Move Mountains Card

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See more from Lizzie Jones HERE.

Instructions

  1. Die cut dotted frame into watercolor paper using Mix & Mat die.
  2. Heat emboss images in the center of the frame. Use watercolor pens to add color.
  3. Once dry, stamp sentiment and adhere to Canyon Clay card base with foam tape.
  4. Use Wink of Stella pen to add glittering snow to mountain tops.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Quoted: Move Mountains – Papertrey Ink
  • PAPER: Canyon Clay – Papertrey Ink; Watercolor Paper – Ranger
  • INK: Ripe Avocado – Papertrey Ink; VersaMark – Tsukineko
  • OTHER: Mix & Mat: Flourishes Die – Papertrey Ink; Clean Color Brush Pens, Clear Wink Of Stella – Zig; Foam Tape – Scotch; White Embossing Powder – Filigree

 

Wanda-Guess

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See more from Wanda Guess HERE.

Instructions

  1. Create card base using Kraft cardstock in A2 size. Layer patterned papers and ink the edges slightly with Antique Photo Distress Ink and a sponge.
  2. Die cut a cream oval for the focal point of the card and also ink around the edge. Wrap twine around the patterned papers and attach to the card base using foam tape. Stamp the sentiments onto the oval using brown and green inks.
  3. Stamp the mountains and sun image and the wreath image onto cream cardstock and die cut using the matching dies.
  4. Color the images in with Copic Markers.
  5. Attach the two images to the oval using foam tape.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Quoted Move Mountains 
  • INK: Simply Chartreuse, Cocoa Bean, Vintage Photo Distress Ink
  • PAPER: Classic Kraft, Vintage Cream, EP Fall Paper pack
  • DIES: Oval Dies
  • OTHER: Natural Twine, Copic Markers: E31, W0, W2, Y35, Y38, YG93, YG95 

 

Dawn-McVey

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See more from Dawn McVey HERE.

Instructions

  1. Emboss card base and blend ink while stencil is still in place. 
  2. Die cut and heat emboss focal images, then watercolor. 
  3. Die cut oval and stamp sentiment.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Quoted: Move Mountains
  • INK: New Leaf, Cocoa Bean, Versamark
  • PAPER: Hawaiian Shores, Kraft, watercolor card stock
  • DIES: Quoted: Move Mountains dies, Noted: A1 Scalloped dies
  • OTHER: Woodgrain metal stencil, white embossing powder, Zig clean color real brush markers, water brush, ink blending tool

 

More-inspiration

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CLICK HERE to see original Countdown Introduction post for Quoted: Move Mountains.


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Year of Psalms: February is now available HERE.

 

Michelle-Leone

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Instructions

  1. Cut Strathmore to 4×5” and stamp, then emboss with white  EP.
  2. Watercolor loosely with Distress Inks. Use same inks to color small circles, which are then stamped/embossed with musical note stamps.
  3. Cut Strathmore layer to fit inside aqua cs Flourishes frames, which has been cut down with Shakers+Sprinkles retangle die. Adhere dimensional tape and center on card.
  4. Add dimensional tape to the 3 circle-punched musical notes and adhere to card front.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year Of Psalms: February
  • DIES: Mix & Mat:Flourishes, Shakers+Sprinkles:Rectangles
  • INK: Versafine Embossing ink, Distress Cracked Pistachio, Stormy Sky
  • PAPER: Strathmore Bristol, misc. Bazzill cs

 

Heather-Nichols

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See more from Heather Nichols HERE.

Instructions

  1. Stamp the Psalm onto kraft cardstock with Fresh Snow Ink. Add flowers and leaves around the Psalm with the Courage & Kindness set.
  2. Trim a tiny bit from the left side of the kraft cardstock and add stitching on that same side with a sewing machine.
  3. Attach the stamped piece to a white card front, lining the stamped piece up with the right side.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms: February, Courage & Kindness
  • INK: Fresh Snow, Berry Sorbet, Pure Poppy, Summer Sunrise, Orange Zest, Prairie Grass, Olive Twist
  • PAPER: stamper's select white, kraft

 

Wanda-Guess

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See more from Wanda Guess HERE.

Instructions

  1. Create card base using Smoky Shadow cardstock in A2 size. Layer a piece of vellum over the Smoky Shadow card base.
  2. Stamp and heat emboss the butterfly using vellum paper and white embossing powder. Die cut with matching butterfly die.
  3. Die cut the Flourishes frame using watercolor paper.
  4. Heat emboss the Year of Psalms February large stamp using white embossing powder.
  5. Sponge Distress inks in large stripes onto the frame, over the embossing. Add drops of water to add interest to the distress inks. Splatter white ink over the water coloring.
  6. Attach the butterfly using clear glue and gently bend the wings upwards off the card. Attach the frame to the card using foam tape.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms February, Butterfly Hope
  • INK: Versamark Ink, Distress Inks: Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry and Pumpkin
  • DIES: Mix & Mat: Flourishes Dies, Butterfly Hope die
  • PAPER: Smokey Shadow, Vellum Cardstock, watercolor cardstock
  • OTHER: White embossing powder, Water Brush, White Ink

 

More-inspiration

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CLICK HERE to see original Countdown Introduction post for Year of Psalms: February.

Year-of-Psalms-March-Webview

Year of Psalms: March is now available HERE.

Keeway-Tsao

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See more from Keeway Tsao HERE.

Instructions

  1. Stamp the sentiment in true black ink onto the center of your watercolor paper.
  2. Then wet the area around the sentiment and create a wash of watercolor colors. Once try, stamp the features around the sentiment in various matching inks.
  3. Finish with a touch of splatter using your dye inks by smooshing your ink pad onto your craft mat and picking up some color with a wet brush.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms: March
  • INK: Raspberry Fizz, Winter Wisteria, Lavender Moon, True Black
  • PAPER: Watercolor Paper
  • OTHER: Watercolors

 

Stephanie-Gold

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See more from Stephanie Gold HERE.

Instructions

  1. Stamp Year of Psalms: March sentiment onto white cardstock using black ink.
  2. Stamp feathers around sentiment using Spring Moss ink.
  3. Die cut on top of the sentiment using Mix & Mat: Flourishes die.
  4. Adhere Tropical Teal rectangle underneath sentiment layer.
  5. Wrap and tie natural twine around center of card base.
  6. Adhere sentiment panel on top of card base and twine using dimensional adhesive.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms: March 
  • INK: Black, Spring Moss
  • PAPER: White, Hawaiian Shores
  • DIES: Mix and Mat: Flourishes
  • OTHER: Natural Twine

 

Melissa-Phillips

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See more from Melissa Phillips HERE.

Instructions

  1.  Create card base from white cardstock.  Stamp a block of Aqua Mist cardstock using feather images in Aqua Mist, Spring Rain, and Lilac Grace.  Adhere down left side of card, round corners on right side of card.
  2. Stamp die cut tag with sentiment from Year of Psalms:  March sentiment in Lilac Grace ink.  Sponge on Aqua Mist ink.  Adhere to card near upper right corner.
  3. Die cut and stamp Beautiful Berries:  Spring images and Nesting images.
  4. Adhere to card and embellish with Rainstones.

Color-recipe

Supply-list

  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms: March, Beautiful Berries: Spring, Nesting
  • INK:  Aqua Mist, Fine Linen, Limeade Ice, Lilac Grace, Olive Twist, Spring Moss, Sring Rain
  • PAPER: Aqua Mist, Fresh Snow Linen 
  • DIES: Tag Sale #1, Nesting, Beautiful Berries:  Spring
  • OTHER:  Aqua Mist Button, Rainstones

More-inspiration

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CLICK HERE to see original Countdown Introduction post for Year of Psalms: March.

That wraps up all that we have to share today! Is there a project today that has really caught your eye or inspired you? Or maybe a color scheme that you want to try? There's so many gorgeous projects, it's hard not to go and stamp now! We hope you have enjoyed today's presentation and we look forward to being back tomorrow with even more!

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Join the discussion 17 Comments

  • 1
    Liz M. says:

    Everything is just beautiful! And I love the new format with step by step directions!

  • 2
    Michelle Benoit says:

    Oh my goodness! What a wonderful way to keep the party going! Awesome new format!
    I LOVE seeing these gorgeous examples of color and creativity.Thanks girls!

  • 3
    Adele Holcomb says:

    I love, love, love having these extra days of projects after the reveal, especially since I purchased a few of the new products yesterday. I used to go into PTI withdrawal after each reveal. I like the way these are presented, with a picture of the product, then the projects and links, not to mention supplies and colors. Well done and thank you!

  • 4
    Rita says:

    Beautiful cards! I am loving this new release and the extra inspiration that keeps coming.

  • 5
    Linda Kennedy says:

    Beautiful cards and love this new release!

  • 6

    LOVE all of these!! Am thrilled to have more wonderful Bible verses . . .and great designs! Glad I hopped on at the stroke of 7:00 last night, as I see stuff sold out in record time! THANK YOU for all your wonderful products for us to not only be creative, but to bless others!

  • 7
    Dana Kirby says:

    I love this addition to the release!! Thank You for all the hard work that has gone into making these wonderful changes and additions to the releases!!

  • 8
    Isabel Z says:

    This is fabulous! Just when I think PTI can’t outdo itself, you do. It’s the 16th and I don’t have to have PTI withdrawals. Thank you DT–you are the best.

  • 9
    KAtherine says:

    LOVE, LOVE this new format. Including the color swatches with the samples and step by step instructions is perfect. I am a visual learner and this helps someone like me get some creativity going!!! Thank you PTI and keep it coming!

  • 10
    Holly Saveur says:

    Such stunning cards!!

  • 11
    Helen F. says:

    Oh this review and additional inspiration is wonderful. Can’t wait to get my stamp order so I can create something beautiful like you all did here 🙂

  • 12
    Kathy J in Ellicott City says:

    I love all of the creations!

  • 13
    Colleen Howell says:

    Awesome cards on all the new release sets

  • 14
    Julie Payne says:

    Heather Nichols card especially caught my eye. So lovely.

  • 15
    see mary stamp says:

    I second the comments about the layout for today’s post – product, samples, color scheme, step by step directions (a big Thank you for that)! What struck me as I was scrolling through the projects was the contrast in styles between Stephanie’s and Wanda’s cards, so different but both stunning. Thank you for the additional inspiration!

  • 16
    Theresa Lafleur says:

    The Spring Moss and Hawaiian shores color combo have stolen my heart. I will be ordering so much this month. My pocketbook is going to hate me..

  • 17
    jan metcalf says:

    Beautiful looks ladies!

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