Welcome to day two of the very first Pink Petticoat Blog Hop! I hope you've enjoyed the gorgeous projects so far and are ready for a bit more inspiration? Of course we are celebrating the latest issue of "Quick Cards" magazine which has released a gorgeous Pink Petticoat -Vintage Rose paper pack as it's free gift. This is the real deal people, you can touch it, stroke it, haud it or use it to your hearts desire.
Simply grab a copy of "Quick Cards" or why not try your luck at winning yourself your very own paper pack?
All you need to do is leave a comment and 2 lucky, randomly selected winners will each recieve these gorgeous papers. Leave a copy on each designer taking part in the blog hop and of course you'll have an even better chance :o)
Here are but a few ideas on how to get creative with these beautiful papers...
Matching Card/Trinket Box
This is a delicate, pretty card using very little of the papers, so there will be plenty left over!
The Sentiment is from the digital Kit "Vintage Rose" which you can buy at a reduced price until the end of Feb! Why not go and grab yourself a bargain here?
Check out this little beauty! The wonder that is Origami, no glue whatsoever needed to make this gorgeous little trinket box. All you will need is 2 sheets from your pad to create this litte gem :o)
This is such a dainty size, perfect for jewelery, a couple of choccies or even somewhere to store little keepsakes. To create your own, check out this website and have fun! I promise you, you"ll be hooked!
Here I used layers of die cuts to create this lovely flower. The texture and contrast with the Kraft is the key here.
Again, limited use of the papers but just enough to make an impact. The Kraft cardstock is also from the "Vintage Rose" digital kit, just print off and away you go.
Last but by no means least...
The beautifully dainty designs are perfect for mini projects and these buds were just yelling at me to be used!
This would make a lovely gift and was so easy to make. The brown paper and white tissue paper are both recycled elements, so this is a "Green" project too.
I used the "Bind It All" machine to bind my note book together.
So, now you have visited me (Katie), why not check out the rest of the "Pink Petticoat -Creative Design Team" and don't forget to leave a comment to be in with a chance to win!
Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you have enjoyed what you have seen. I want to wish you all a wonderful creative day :o)
Other Products Used: "Vintage Rose" digital kit, Satin Ribbon, Papermania Brads, Prima Flowers, Quilled Heart, PTI -Moulin Rouge Ink, "Smile" Sentiment stamp by "For the Luv of Art", PTI -Snow Ink/Take Note Stamp set, PTI Cardstock, Small Note Pad.
Recycled Elements: Tissue Paper, Brown Packaging Paper.
Tools: Nestabilities -Circle/Scalloped Circle, PTI Scalloped Border Die, Sizzix Dotty embossing Folder, Cutter Bee, Bind It All and wires, Joy Crafts -Heart Die.