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papertrey november 2017 release: quoted: living longer


Hi everyone and welcome to another day of the Papertrey Ink November release countdown! Today, I have projects to share featuring the new Quoted: Living Longer stamp set.

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


For this first card, I embossed the full quote with clear embossing powder onto watercolor paper and then used inks to watercolor around the embossed images. Emboss Resist remains one of my favorite techniques and a sentiment set like this is perfect to use with it!


One tip I have, especially when I am doing this technique with words and sentiments: Use a dark color around the letters to help them pop a bit more on your project. I used a wet brush to add Dark Indigo ink around the words on this card.


I framed the sentiment with a die from the new Mix & Mat: Plaid die collection and then added it to an Ocean Tides card base. I sprinkled a few pieces of clear confetti around the sentiment.

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This card has a more rustic look, especially since I paired it with the new Background Basics: Birch stamp set. I stamped the quote on Kraft cardstock with black ink and the die cut it out with a stitched rectangle from the Noted: Scalloped A2 Vertical die.


I highlighted the banner in the sentiment by stamping that onto a piece of white cardstock with Olive Twist ink and then cutting it out and attaching it to the Kraft cardstock with a bit of foam tape to pop it up a bit. I also stamped the heart from the Quoted: Living Longer stamp set across the sentiment with Classic Kraft ink for a tone on tone look.


I attached the stamped piece to an Olive Twist card base that I adhered a piece of stamped birch paper to finish off this rustic card.

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And finally, I used just part of the quote for the sentiment on this card. The quote is separated into sections and so it's very easy to stamp just this portion - and I love this line on its own.


I created my own background for this card using the little hearts in the stamp set. I stamped them in a grid pattern onto Honey Nut cardstock with Fresh Snow ink. After that was done, I stamped the main sentiment over the top with black ink and added a few more hearts in black to accent it.


For a bit of detail, I used the Heart Border die to add a mini scallop detail along the bottom edge of the stamped piece. I used some gold gilding flakes for a pretty and rustic gold shine.

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You can see more for the Papertrey Ink November release over at Nichole's blog. From there you can link up to the other design team members to see the projects they are sharing today.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I will be back soon with more to share very soon!