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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Papertrey Ink January 2018 Release - Day 5

LIFE IS WHAT YOU BAKE IT +
 CONFETTI SENTIMENTS 
YAY! It's the fifth and final day of Paptertrey Ink's peeks at the NEW January release. Hopefully, you've seen a plethora of new stamps, dies, stencils and patterned papers that have you excited to create! All of the January release items will be available through Papertrey Ink tomorrow, January 15th, at 10 pm ET.
Today I am highlighting Betsy Veldman's 'Life Is What You Bake It' - an adorable baking themed stamp set with coordinating dies! And.....the fun sentiments add just the perfect finishing touch - great for so many occasions!


I could not resist the a-dorable little bowls that are part of the 'Life Is What You Bake It' set! The bowls come it two sizes and the dies cut a little opening,  allowing you to stack 'em up it you'd like..... such a great detail. Here I've combined a bit of Terracotta Tile, Simply Chartreuse and Honeynut with Bitty Big: Classic Kraft and Rustic Cream, allowing those cute little bowls win you over!  


Thanks so much for stopping by and helping to celebrate the January countdown! Be sure to check in on AmyBetsyHeatherKeewayLaurieLizzieMelissaStephanie, Wanda and Lexie over at the PTI BLOG to see their fabulous creations using these great new January Papertrey products. AND, please join Julie, Lizzie and Stephanie for the Facebook Live event tomorrow at 9 pm, just one hour prior to the Papertrey Ink release at 10 pm ET!

8 comments:

Greta said...

Darling card--love the color combo! I'm always looking for ways to use the Take 3 die--thank you!

F. Andre said...

I love the way you've framed the cute bowls on your card. Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

Sandy M said...

Very pretty get well card. I am love with those bowls. They would be a great addition to a card if they were filled with berries or flowers.

Karen said...

I also love the Take Three die and it's perfect here!

Kim Heggins said...

What a sweet card...love those pretty bowls!

Kathy Mc said...

So CAS, Michelle, yet packs a punch. Perfect for a get well card and love the neutral color palette, which could also fulfill the difficult challenge for masculine cards.

Sharron said...

Fabulous, Michelle--love the colors! Your design is fantastic!

Lisa Elton said...

This is darling Michelle, love the colors!