Thursday, February 16, 2017

Celebrating the Past, Present and Future: 2012

Welcome to Day 6 of Papertrey Ink's 10th Year Celebration! I've been so impressed and inspired by each and every celebratory post....and the amazing galleries too! Papertrey stamps are truly timeless.
Today I am creating with the Celebrations stamps from 2012. This set has a wonderful blend of sentiments, both large and small, that can be combined in so many ways. And then there's that fabulous frame to fancy things up a bit. I remember seeing this stamp set in combination with Rosie Posie and Mat Stack 5 and being completely smitten. Yup.... I had to have it all.
I've kept things quite CAS in a red, white and gray color combination, a single Celebrations sentiment and the amazing By the Numbers dies.

Stamps: Celebrations
Ink: Versamark Embossing
Dies: By the Numbers, Tag Sale: Quilted

And, of course, here's another from my craft cave card cache. Doesn't that Bloom Builders #3 die make the greatest layered flower?? All of that 'Happy' stamping would've been SO much easier if only I'd had a Misti back in 2012! 

Now that I have showcased how this product from the past has remained a classic, it's your turn to share your ideas for the future! Stop by Nichole's blog to share a new project you make with this product, or just share a creation that is somehow inspired by what I made today (or in 2012!). Be sure to get crafting and enter today so you can be eligible for a fantastic prize!
You can also hop around to the other DT girls participating in today's blog hop to see what set they selected from the 2012 line up!

 Many thanks for taking a peek at the year 2012!


Cindy H. said...

What a wonderful and stylish graduation card! Love it!

Karen said...

Love that graphic graduation card; you've chosen some of my favorite colors, too!

Susi said...

Your cards are as beautiful now as they were then - both of these are fabulous. (and now PINNED) :-) Although I'm getting a masculine "vibe" from the Graduation card, it would equally be adored by a female graduate!

Lisa Elton said...

Fabulous cards Michelle!