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papertrey ink - celebrating the past, present, and future: 2013


We are celebrating 10 years at Papertrey Ink and today we are looking back to the year of 2013. I went back to all of the sets to revisit from that year and chose the The Best is Yet to Be stamp set to create a new project to share with you today.



The Best is Yet to Be set is one that can cover so many different occasions to celebrate love. I love all of the bits and pieces that you can design with to make a clean & simple to a complex & layered card.


Wedding cards are always something that I like to have in my card stash and when I have sold cards at craft sales, it is one that is asked for often. This card design is simple, but yet has lots of beautiful touches and details. I stamped the large "wedding" word and then added the "congratulations" underneath it in True Black ink. I added some die cut leaves and flowers around the word. You could coordinate the color of the flowers to match the colors of the wedding if you knew what that was.


The subtle background is a border stamp image included in the stamp set that I stamped in Soft Stone ink. The last few details that finished off this card is the heart border along the bottom and a few sequins sprinkled around the flowers.


Wedding Congratulations Card

stamps: The Best is Yet to Be

ink: True Black, Soft Stone, Pale Peony, Prairie Grass, Olive Twist

cardstock: white, kraft

other: The Best is Yet to Be dies, Heart border die, sequins

I thought it would be fun to take a look at a few of the projects that I created in the past with the The Best is Yet to Be set. 


This whole ensemble covers a wedding, anniversary, and sending a bit of love to a special someone.


The tag is simple, sweet, and perfect to attach to a gift.


The cards design here is also fairly simple, but has so many wonderful details like the metallic thread stitched through the die cut pieces and the tiny flowers stamped in Fresh Snow ink.


This is a perfect card and coordinating tag to celebrate a special couple's wedding day.

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 made with the The Best is Yet to Be stamp set, or just share a creation that is somehow inspired by what I made today. Get crafting and enter today so you can be eligible for a fantastic prize!