Sunday, March 11, 2018

Papertrey Ink March 2018 Release - Day Two!

School days + Great Teachers + Big apple die
butterfly blooms + A bit more butterfly blooms

Welcome to Papertrey Ink's March 2018 Release - Day 2! There are SO many more amazing new Papertrey goodies to sneak peek..... including School Days, Great Teachers, a fabulous Big Apple Die, the beautiful Butterfly Blooms and A Bit More Butterfly Blooms -  ALL designed by the talented Heather Nichols!
All of the new stamp sets and products will be available to purchase on March 15th, 10PM ET, at Papertrey Ink.

For this teacher 'thank you' I'm sneaking in a peek of another of the new Bitty Big colors, along with one of the fantastic sentiments from Great Teachers and a small portion of the pencil image from School Days. Love this blue/kraft/white combination!

And.... the beautiful, petite butterfly from A Bit More Butterfly Blooms and a sentiment from Butterfly Blooms in a white on white arrangement make for a light and bright expression of love.
Just a bit of fussy cutting, embossing, Zig coloring was all that was required! On, and don't forget a few sparkle-y sequins!

Thanks so much for stopping by and helping to celebrate the March countdown! Be sure to hop on over to the Papertrey Ink Blog to check in on AmyBetsyHeatherLaurieLizzieMelissaStephanie, Lexi and Melissa Bickford to see their fabulous creations using these great new March Papertrey Ink products. You will surely be inspired!!
Have a wonderful day and I'll see you tomorrow!


  1. You excel at finding just the right way to use a portion of a stamp to make an outstanding CAS card; those pencils are terrific. And the design of the second card is wonderful with those gorgeous petite butterflies!

  2. These are so wonderful! I love those butterflies, so beautiful.

  3. What a fabulous way to use the pencils Michele, love this! And the way you've colored those lovely butterflies is just wonderful!

  4. I also adore how you framed the pencils. Incredible.

  5. Very clever stamping the pencils as a background for part of your sentiment, Michelle. Those beautiful butterflies on the white on white circles is very striking.