Welcome to the first day of the Papertrey Ink August release countdown posts! Fall is my favorite season and over the next several days we will be sharing with you so many lovely new products perfect for all of your Autumn projects!
Today I'm featuring projects created with the following new products: Corner Adorner: August, Sentiment Staples: Happy Halloween, Grins & Ghouls, A Bit More: Grins & Ghouls, and Scared Silly. All of the new products being showcased today will be available August 15th at 10 pm ET.
My first project features the new Corner Adorner: August and Sentiment Staples: Halloween stamp sets. The corner cobweb is such a fun new addition to the Corner Adorner series!
The sentiment (from the new Sentiment Staples: Halloween stamp set is embossed on black cardstock die cut from the Delicate Details die set.
To add a bit of a feminine touch, I stamped and die cut flowers from the Stitching Garden set. I used colors that would work well with the Halloween theme, adding in some extra black for that bit of spooky feel. :-)
I love to create gifties and treats for Halloween! Here I created a giftie that is perfect for a school or child's Halloween party. The best part...there is no candy involved!
For the second treat, I wrapped a Swiss dark chocolate bar with vellum and decorated it with new stamps and die cuts!
For the child's giftie, I created a simple box using Stamper's Select White cardstock. I then wrapped it with some Bitty Big: Canyon Clay patterned paper.
I used images from the new Scared Silly and A Bit More: Grins & Ghouls stamp sets.
I filled the box with a couple of Halloween pencils and some hand sanitizer.
To create the wrapper for the chocolate bar I started with a piece of patterned vellum. For the corner, I die cut the cobweb from the Corner Adorner: August set. The images and sentiment are from the Grins & Ghouls set as well as A Bit More: Grins & Ghouls.
For a closer look at all of the new products showcased today, check out the Papertrey Ink blog HERE.
Thanks so much for joining me here today,