Thankful For You

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Hi there! Today I thought I'd share a card and notepad I made with Papertrey Ink's Turning a New Leaf patterned paper pad. I have barely been able to put it down since I got it. I love the color palette with the greens, cream, and brown. So pretty! 


Originally I had made these separately but when I put them next to each other I loved them paired up. I gave this set to my sister-in-law. She's my partner in crafting (along with my oldest niece) and I am thankful for her and all the time we've spent crafting together the past few weeks. 


I made the notepad first. The jacket is chocolate brown card stock and for the background I paired leafy paper with green card stock that I embossed with a striped embossing folder. Where those two pieces of card stock came together I tied a brown and white gingham ribbon and finished with a doily I cut to fit the notepad. 


Next, I made the card. The base is cream card stock. Atop I placed a piece of patterned paper and a lattice embossed piece of light green card stock. I then stamped leaves, flowers, and the sentiment onto a piece of cream card stock. I cut a doily to start from the embossed paper and fit under the sentiment. 

I had so much fun making this set! Thank you for stopping by!

My Supplies:
Stamps: PTI Fall Elegance, PTI Embellished Elegance
Paper: PTI Turning a New Leaf Patterned paper pad, PTI Spring Moss, PTI Ripe Avocado, PTI Dark Chocolate, Recollection's cream card stock
Ink: Memento Dew Drops: Desert Sand, Rich Cocoa, New Sprout, Bamboo Leaves
Other: PTI Vintage Cream Notepads, brown and white gingham ribbon, doilies




3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for this set. It is absolutely lovely.

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    1. You're welcome! I'm glad you like it.

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  2. These are lovely! I love that turning leaf paper pad, it looks great paired with the doily! Thanks for the nice comment you left on my blog.

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