Ink To Paper
New Release: Countdown Day 2
March 17, 2021
Good morning friends and welcome back to day 2 of the new release countdown for Ink To Paper. Today products are perfect for teachers, school and graduation. I have a lot to share with today, so let's get started.
For my first card I am using the new Storybook Teacher Set. This set coordinates with the previous released Storybook Christmas Set. I love how this little add on set can really change the look and design of the original set. You might not know this, but I am a retired kindergarten teacher. So books and school related items always bring a smile to my face.
Next, I used the Growth Set for my shelf, light and sentiment. I felt like these images and sentiment worked well with Storybook Teacher Set. What do you think?
I created my card panel with a brick stencil I had in my stash. Once my panel was finished I stamped my sentiment, cord for the light and brackets for the shelf directly onto the panel. I then added my stamped images with foam adhesive. Lastly, I added a frame that had been die cut with the Skinny Frames Diagonal Border Die Set.
I once again used the Storybook Christmas Set along with the Storybook Teacher Set to stamp my images. For my sentiment I am using the new To Die For Sentiment: Grow Die. I die cut the sentiment from Pure Poppy cardstock.
My next card involves no stamping and was fairly quick to put together. I created my background by cutting strips of cardstock and attaching them to my card panel in rainbow order.
I then used the To Die For Sentiment: Grow Die to create my sentiment. I ran the die through my die cutting machine three times and stacked the dies together for a little extra dimension and stability. I then attached the sentiment to my card panel with a little liquid glue.
This is a large die that create a cap and gown graduation gift card holder. The die is called Go To Gift Card Holder: Congratulations Graduate. There is also a mini coordinating stamp set. It is all so fun and easy to use.
I die cut the gown two times and placed a little adhesive along the sides, arms and bottom to create a pocket. The hat attaches to the gift card holder on two sides so the gift card can slide up under the hat to help hold it all in place. *Make sure you look at the Papertrey Ink Blog for all of the details or please feel free to ask any questions and I will get back to you.