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papertrey ink november release - fence line: winter

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Welcome to day 3 of the Papertrey Ink November release countdown. Today, I am sharing several projects created with the new Fence Line: Winter stamp set and dies.

You can find all of the details about these new products HERE.

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

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All of the sets in the Fence Line series enable you to create the prettiest scenes for your paper crafting projects and the new Fence Line: Winter collection is no exception!

I stamped this pretty forest scene on some kraft cardstock. I stamped the fence base with Fresh Snow ink and then added the overlay image with Classic Kraft ink. The trees are stamped with Prairie Grass ink and then I added the swags to the fence using Olive Twist for the foliage and Pure Poppy for the berries.

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I used the new Nesting Basics: Rectangles and Pierced Rectangles to cut the middle on the image out from the stamped piece. I mounted the outside frame to the card base and then added the center portion popped up just a bit with some double sided foam.

The birds on the fence are die cut and stamped on white cardstock and then I set them onto the stamped fence. The sentiment is from the new Sentiment Staples: Warmest Wishes stamp set. The main part of the sentiment is stamped in black ink and then the companion sentiment is stamped with Fresh Snow ink on a Pure Poppy banner that is die cut using the new Skinny Mini Banners dies.

Supplies (this list includes affiliate links):

Fence Line: Winter stamp set & dies, Sentiment Staples: Warmest Wishes stamp set, Skinny Mini Banners die, Nesting Basics: Rectangles die, Nesting Basics: Pierced Rectangles die

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For this next card, I stamped and die cut the images from the Fence Line: Winter stamp set onto white cardstock. Then I took the die cut pieces and arranged them into a scene for this card on a piece of kraft cardstock that I had stamped with some snowflakes from the new Enchanted Forest stamp set. Instead of just using the swag image on the fence, I used them to decorate one of the trees. The snow is created using the In the Meadow dies and I added a bit of glitter to the top edges of the die cuts for some shimmer and shine.

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Once I had my scene put together, I actually cut the whole thing out using one of the new Nesting Basics: Rectangles dies. That really gave a finished look to the winter scene piece. I added the "peace & joy" sentiment from the Floral Fantasy Christmas stamp set (the sentiments in this set are just so fantastic) to the bottom layer of snow and attached the piece to an Olive Twist card base.

Supplies (this list includes affiliate links):

Fence Line Winter stamp set & dies, Floral Fantasy: Christmas stamp set, Enchanted Forest stamp set, Nesting Basics: Rectangles die, snowflake glitter (Target)

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And finally, I kept things a bit more simple for this sweet snowman card. I added the snowman and trees to a True Black Shape Shifters: Circle 4 die cut, using just the outer 2 dies form that collection. The "noel" from the Floral Fantasy: Christmas stamp set is embossed with white embossing powder and then I stamped a few pine branches and berries with Fresh Snow ink above and below the embossed sentiment. I love the chalkboard effect of embossing in white and then adding some elements with Fresh Snow ink.

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The Pure Poppy card base is impressed with a Nesting Basics: Pierced Rectangles die. The dotted border just adds such a pretty details on a simple card design.

Supplies (this list includes affiliate links):

Fence Line: Winter stamp set & dies, Floral Fantasy: Christmas stamp set, Shape Shifters: Circle 4 dies

You can see more for the Papertrey Ink November release over at the Papertrey Ink 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!

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