introducing framed out #6
more framed out #6

introducing little hot rod and more framed out #6

Welcome to day 2 of the Papertrey Ink July release countdown! Today I have more peeks of my new Framed Out #6 set as well as Melissa's new Little Hot Rod set!

Little Hot Rod is SO CUTE! And, of course, it's a must have for anyone who creates for little boys. The little vehicles are so sweet and fun and I had a wonderful time creating with them. I love how the Framed Out #6 set worked so well with the Little Hot Rod set too :)

All of the new stamp sets and products that I am sharing today will be available to purchase on July 15th, 10PM ET, at Papertrey Ink.


I used the larger frame stamped in Classic Kraft ink on this card to frame some of the cars from the Little Hot Rod set. I stuck with a fun bright primary color theme with Pure Poppy, Summer Sunrise, and Blueberry Sky inks. Because this card is pretty much all flat stamping, it would be perfect for stamping up a little stock pile of these sweet little boy cards.


I used the "happy birthday" sentiment from the Framed Out #6 set - and it would be so easy to switch up the sentiment and use this card for so many different occasions. For a little handmade embellishment, I put a silver star eyelet from my stash in the center of a Blueberry Sky circle. It's simple and perfect to finish off this card.


Next I put together a card using the cute little propeller airplane paired with a banner die cut stamped with the "Flying by to say hi!" sentiment. The plane is die cut from Pure Poppy cardstock and then stamped with Scarlet Jewel ink. I die cut the propeller from Smokey Shadow cardstock - such a cute little detail for the airplane.


The plane is sitting on a Framed Out #6 die cut from Fine Linen polka dot paper and then I trimmed the top of the card with a strip of the striped Fine Linen patterned paper.


Finally I had a little bit of fun putting this scrapbook page together. Tacy got a Dinosaur Train set for her birthday this past month and so I stamped the train image from the Little Hot Rod set and then took the little dinosaur from the Tiny Treats: Valentine set to ride on my very own little dinosaur train for her page.


I am in love with the new Modern Alphabet die collection - it's the style that was missing from the Papertrey alphabet die collection. For this page, I die cut them from Simply Chartreuse bitty dot patterned paper.


I used the smaller frame image from Framed Out #6 to make this little "celebrate today" tag that I added to the photo on my page.

And for those of you who know the Dinosaur Train show - I am sure the song is in your head now!

Today, Nichole will be sharing more about Little Hot Rod, Framed Out #6, and the new Modern Alphabet die collection and MelissaDawn, and Maile will have projects to share on their blogs with their new sets.

See you back tomorrow for more! Thanks so much for stopping by today :)


all supplies from Papertrey Ink unless noted

Happy Car Birthday Card

finished size: 4 1/4" x 4 1/4"

stamps: Little Hot Rod, Framed Out #6

ink: True Black, Classic Kraft, Pure Poppy, Summer Sunrise, Blueberry Sky

cardstock: white, Enchanted Evening, Blueberry Sky, Blueberry Sky pattern pack

other: 3/4" circle punch (EK Success), star eyelet (Hero Arts)

Flying By to Say Hi Card

finished size: 5 1/2" x 4 1/4"

stamps: Little Hot Rod

ink: True Black, Scarlet Jewel

cardstock: white, kraft, Scarlet Jewel, Smokey Shadow, Fine Linen pattern pack

other: Framed Out #6 die, Little Hot Rod dies, Doubel Ended Banners die, corner chomper (We R Memory Keepers)

Dinosaur Train Scrapbook Page

finished size: 11" x 8 1/2"

stamps: Framed Out #6, Little Hot Rod, Tiny Treats: Valentine, date stamp (Becky Higgins)

ink: True Black, Simply Chartreuse, Classic Kraft, Terracotta Tile, Orage Zest

cardstock: white, kraft, Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, Simply Chartreuse pattern pack, Fine Linen pattern pack

other: Rustic Jute button twine, Little Hot Rod dies, Framed Out #6 die, Modern Alphabet dies, star brads (Creative Impressions), star eyelet (Hero Arts), tiny attacher (Ranger)