Betsy Veldman is back at it again with her Butterfly Folk and Butterfly Folk Outline sets. These stunning butterflies make a statement whether watercolored, embossed, or simply stamped, making them perfect for any skill level or technique. The intricate, superbly drawn details make these sets so unique and a joy to use. These sets also look beautiful paired together for a layered look or used independently, so there’s no way to go wrong!

We’re also showcasing Jennifer Campbell’s newest set with you today. Her contribution to the collaborative Anniversary Set, Mixed Bouquet, made quite a splash, so she decided to bring you a whole set of watercolored florals and foliage. Botanical Bounty is the result of her impressive efforts. You’ll love how easy it is to create classic, painted gardens with this incredible set! Enough chit chat, let’s take a closer look!

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

Betsy-Veldman

Betsy Veldman is featuring Butterfly Folk + Butterfly Folk Outline.

Betsy’s boldly colored butterfly really pops against her neutral background. The bright colors give her thank you card such a cheerful air and the playful angle of the butterfly gives her design such movement.
Supplies:
  • STAMPS:  Butterfly Folk, Butterfly Folk Outline, Tiny Tags II
  • INK:  True Black, Aqua Mist, Bright Buttercup, Green Parakeet, Pure Poppy, Raspberry Fizz, Smokey Shadow, Versamark
  • PAPER:  Stamper’s Select White, Aqua Mist, new gray cardstock
  • DIES:  Butterfly Folk, Shape Shifter: Square 1, Noted: Simply Stitched A2 Vertical, Tinier Tags
  • OTHER:  ink blending sponge, Copic markers, linen string
Betsy is known for her beautifully built motifs. The Butterfly Folk sets are ideal for this technique! She has included mirror images that work together to easily create medallions bursting with folk art style.
Supplies:
  • STAMPS:  Butterfly Folk, Sentiment Staples: Birthday
  • INK:  Berry Sorbet, Ripe Avocado, Pure Poppy, Aqua Mist, Dark Indigo, Fresh Snow
  • PAPER:  Stamper’s Select White, Dark Indigo
  • DIES:  Butterfly Folk, Edgers: Round Off

 

Betsy’s no-line watercolored butterfly is so ethereal and dreamy. She nimbly matched her pastels with small touches of brilliant color to keep her design interesting. The gold embossed sentiment adds a hint of elegance to her project.
Supplies:
  • STAMPS:  Butterfly Folk Outline, Bold & Beautiful Sentiments
  • INK:  Soft Stone, Versamark
  • PAPER:  Lovely Lady, Watercolor paper
  • DIES:  Keep it Simple Frames, Noted: Simply Stitched A2 Vertical
  • OTHER:  Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors, gold embossing powder

 

Laurie Schmidlin is featuring Botanical Bounty + Bold Border: Flare.

And the fresh, vibrant colors of Laurie’s flowers make Spring feel like it’s right around the corner. The flowers pair fabulously with the bold stripes from the Bitty Big patterned paper and the metallic accents pull everything together and make her card feel so posh!
Supplies:
  • STAMPS: Botanical Bounty
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Vellum, Paper Basics: Luxe Gold Adhesive, Bitty Big: Smokey Shadow
  • INK: Green Parakeet, New Leaf, Harvest Gold, Honey Nut, Pale Peony, Berry Sorbet, Pure Poppy, Aqua Mist, Tropical Teal, Lilac Grace, Amethyst Allure
  • DIES: Botanical Bounty, To the Point Edgers II, Thick & Thin: Thanks
  • OTHER: Gold sequins, Kuretake Gansai Starry Watercolor Paint

 

Laurie’s Bold Borders frame looks absolutely gorgeous sponged with pale ink! Keeping the darker color toward the bottom gives the card front visual weight and grounds her design. The sponging also very cleverly mimics the sponging on her flowers.
Supplies:
  • STAMPS:  Botanical Bounty, Kindness Counts
  • PAPER:  Stamper’s Select White
  • INK: Lovely Lady, Hibiscus Burst, Raspberry Fizz, Pure Poppy, Scarlet Jewel, Limeade Ice, Green Parakeet, True Black
  • DIES: Botanical Bounty, Bold Borders: Flare

 

Laurie offset her soft watercolor with striking black details. The overall effect is eye-catching and modern. Try adding strong black details to your next project and see how well you like the impression they make!
Supplies:
  • STAMPS: Botanical Bounty, Ways to Say: Just For You
  • PAPER:  Stamper’s Select White, Tropical Teal, True Black
  • INK: Tropical Teal, Hawaiian Shores, Limeade Ice, Green Parakeet, True Black
  • DIES: Botanical Bounty, Bold Borders: Flare
  • OTHER: True Black Baker’s Twine, Kuretake Gansai Watercolor Paint

 

I hope you have enjoyed all the creations that we have shared with you today! Are you excited to get your hands on Betsy’s butterflies or Jennifer’s flowers? How about Lizzie’s latest Bold Borders die? 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!

Release-giveaway

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

You have until 7am ET, Friday, April 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 Release Live Broadcast on Papertrey Ink’s Facebook page and posted on the April Release Winner Page on April 15th after the live broadcast.

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

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