Welcome to Day 3 of the Papertrey Ink December release countdown! I hope you have been enjoying all of the fantastic inspiration that the design team has been sharing so far. Today our post includes some inspirational pieces. Both with the product and the projects – enjoy!

Quickly create meaningful cards with these customizable quotes. This one focuses on a lovely sentiment that can be used to convey gratitude for acts of kindness.

Available for purchase December 15th. CLICK HERE for further product details.


Dawn is continuing her Stencil Basics series with a great selection of hexagon designs.

Available for purchase December 15th. CLICK HERE for further product details.


The Psalms are filled with verses of thanksgiving, praise, encouragement, and comfort.  Each month, the Year of Psalms series will feature a verse set in a beautiful font combination.  December’s featured verse is from Psalm 147:4, and is perfect for birthdays, babies, or just to let someone know they are special and loved. The small stars included in the set are great for creating accents and backgrounds.

Available for purchase December 15th. CLICK HERE for further product details.


Dawn is continuing her series with this new take on various ways to add creative edges to your cards and mats. These easy to use dies can add so much to a project. You can even layer more than one style together on a single project!

Available for purchase December 15th. CLICK HERE for further product details.


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

Amy Sheffer is featuring Quoted: Honeycomb.

Quoted: Honeycomb is a $5 set, but the potential of what you can do with it is amazing. Isn’t the background on this card that Amy created so neat? I love he color variations and how she brushed the background with a water brush to create a dripping honey look.
  • STAMPS: Quoted: Honeycomb
  • INK: Lemon Tart, Harvest Gold, Saffron Spice, Honey Nut, True Black
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White and Soft Stone card stock
  • OTHER: True Black baker’s twine, black mist


I love how striking the black background is on this card and the effect of embossing the honeycomb hexagons with clear embossing powder. And doesn’t the striping on the sentiment tag give off the perfect “bee” feel?
  • STAMPS: Quoted: Honeycomb
  • INK: Versamark, True Black, Harvest Gold, Soft Stone
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, True Black, Harvest Gold card stock, Bitty Big: Soft Stone
  • DIES: Tag Sale #2, Round Off Edgers
  • OTHER: clear embossing powder, True Black baker’s twine, clothespin, white craft paint


The background on this card is a favorite of mine with the multiple colors of the hexagons/honeycomb and the bees. I also love how Amy cut the sentiment into multiple strips before attaching it to the card front.
  • STAMPS: Quoted: Honeycomb
  • INK: Fresh Snow, Saffron Spice, Soft Stone, Harvest Gold, Classic Kraft
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Classic Kraft, Saffron Spice, True Black
  • OTHER: True Black baker’s twine, white craft paint



Keeway Tsao is featuring Year of Psalms: December + Round Off Edger dies.

Doing a galaxy style background is perfect to pair with this month’s psalm. I love the variations of color that Keeway used and how she added additional stamped stars to complete the look.
  • STAMPS: Year of Psalms: December
  • INK: Enchanted Evening, Versamark
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White
  • OTHER: White Embossing Powder, Various distress inks


How soft and pretty is this Valentine card? I love the rounded edge detail that Keeway did using the new Round Off Edgers dies. Here she layered two of the edger dies: one with cardstock and one with vellum and the effect is lovely.


  • STAMPS: Farmer’s Market Florals, You Have My Heart
  • INK: Sweet Blush, Lovely Lady, Autumn Rose, Spring Moss, Prairie Grass, Versamark
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Autumn Rose, Vellum Cardstock
  • DIES: Round Off Edgers, Farmer’s Market Florals
  • OTHER: Foam Tape
Instead of using the Round Off Edger dies on a direct edge on her project, Keeway used it to highlight the focal point on her card. It’s a simple idea with a great effect!


  • STAMPS: Huge Sentiments
  • INK: Hawaiian Shores , Blueberry Sky, Versamark
  • PAPER: Blueberry Sky, Stamper’s Select White
  • DIES: Round Off Edgers, Huge Sentiments
  • OTHER: Silver Embossing Powder, Foam Tape


I hope you have enjoyed all the creations that I have shared with you today!  <insert a few happy/cheery sentences about product introduced today>.  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!


Leave a comment today and you’re automatically entered to win a $75 Papertrey Ink gift certificate!

You have until 7am ET, December 13th to leave your comment and be eligible to win.  Only one comment per person please.  One randomly selected winner will be announced on our December Release Winners Page before noon ET the same day.  Thank you for stopping by today and best of luck with the contest!

And now for even MORE inspiration from the rest of the team! 

To see more from Betsy Veldman, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Heather Nichols, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Laurie Schmidlin, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Lizzie Jones, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Michelle Leone, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Stephanie Gold, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Wanda Guess, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Betsy Veldman, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Heather Nichols, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Laurie Schmidlin, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Melissa Phillips, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Michelle Leone, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Stephanie Gold, CLICK HERE.


To see more from Wanda Guess, CLICK HERE.


And finally, a few more pieces of inspiration from our product designers that have new items debuting this month:

To see more from Lexi, CLICK HERE.

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