Today we are excited to present the BIG monthly Blog Hop that Papertrey Ink hosts for all of its talented customers to show off their skills! The Blog Hop is an ALL DAY EVENT!  An Inlinkz list is posted below and you can add your link anytime up until 11:30PM ET.  And don’t worry if you didn’t get a chance to make a project and play along, there is a contest for non-participants as well over in our forum in the designated thread. I look forward to seeing all of your creativity!

A day dedicated to seeking inspiration through projects utilizing Papertrey Ink products.This event allows all of our customers who enjoy sharing inspiration & artwork with their peers do so through their personal blogs.

Today, 10am ET until 11:30pm ET.

photo source: The Goodwill Gal

It is so true that many of us are ready for springtime and the Easter holiday ahead after this snowy and cold winter. This table set for Easter has so many great details: Easter eggs and bunnies hiding in the grass, bouquets of flowers, and a fresh color palette! What inspires you in this photo?

-Participating bloggers can add their link to the appropriate list here anytime between 10am ET and 11:30pm ET on February 25th within the InLinkz list below. The title of your post should be “Papertrey Ink February Blog Hop Challenge”.

-Only one entry per person please.

-Customers & participants alike can peruse all of the links and absorb all of the amazing inspiration that will be shared!

-After you have made your way through the list, simply return to our forum and participate in all of the fun!

-You can chit chat with everyone in the Blog Hop forum! Take this time to praise your peers efforts, discuss anything new you might have learned and which projects really offered something unique!

-The three random blogger participant winners will be announced on morning of February 26th on our forum and highlighted here on the Papertrey Ink blog!

-Create a project while you are here, using the new inspiration you have gathered from the Blog Hop. You can post your projects in the gallery, even if you do not have a blog! We are looking forward to all the fun today!  Thank you for joining us!


Jill Schultz created such a fun Easter scene on her card using the cute bunny and eggs from the Hippity Hoppity stamp set. We love how she used the green polka dot banner to represent the grass where the brightly colored eggs are “hiding”.

Julia Aston created this adorable scene inside an Easter egg for her project and we can’t get over the creativity and cuteness! She didn’t miss a detail like the layered grass die cut from tissue paper and the scalloped frame around the opening on the egg.

Kristie Hartfeil hid a cute bunny in some Easter grass on her card. The color combination is so pretty and the sweet details like the glitter on the bunny’s tail really make this card shine. If you check out her blog post, she has a second card inspired by the blog hop to share as well!

Congratulations to the winners! Please send a note to customer service and let them know the email address you would like your gift certificate sent to. Thank you to everyone who played along this month!

Heather Nichols

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Join the discussion 7 Comments

  • 1
    Sue Symens says:

    Love the green in this image! So looking for some Spring in the frozen MidWest.

  • 2
    Dolores says:

    All of the Easter cards are so inspiring! The colors are just beautiful and I love how they range in design from traditional to contemporary. You all are amazingly creative!

  • 3
    Annette Gordon says:

    What a great day for the blog hop as it feels almost like spring, it finally got up to zero today. So happy.

  • 4

    […] Papertrey’s February Blog Hop uses a great Easter inspired photo with a series of trays of grass and Easter eggs.  It inspired me to create these two cards, using a grass die and the cute bunny image from Polka Dot Parade #1.  I also decided to incorporate Papertrey’s Make It Monday Challenge of Framing Sentiments & Images.  I prefer the first card since it’s got more colors incorporated into the card and offset image.  How about you?  Hope you’re enjoying everyone’s fabulous cards.  Happy crafting! Supplies are listed below. […]

  • 5
    Lea Lawson says:

    It was lovely creating a spring card when we got another foot of snow yesterday! I’ll get my spring inspiration wherever I can! 🙂

  • 6
    Glennis Przymierski says:

    So creative! Each and everyone is so special!

  • 7

    The February Blog Hop was truly a breath of Springtime! I found so much inspiration as I hopped to all 61 cards and leaving comments. ??? It was really nice to connect with some kindred spirits along the way, too! I’m looking forward to hopping along in the future, as well!?

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