Hello! Tegan here today and I am excited to show off the brand new Pinstripes collection. It is the perfect masculine collection that can be used for both boy projects and projects about your favorite man! I love the mix of globes, stars, and woodgrain in this fun, yet rugged guy-inspired collection.
The brand new Echo Park Paper foiled papers are a must have! You can see here that the gold stars on this star patterned paper are foiled! The foiling adds just the perfect amount of pizzazz to this masculine collection.
I had fun layering some different patterned papers with the ephemera die cuts and stickers to create the main element for my photo. And notice that the collection is a perfect fit to what my hubby is wearing!
The alphabet stickers from this collection are so much fun! I used my Silhouette Cameo to die cut the word “GUY” from the red striped patterned paper using the Aharoni font. I stretched the “U” horizontally a little to add some interest to my title. I finished off the title with enamel dots, an arrow sticker, and the rocket sticker. I love the way it turned out!
I added some journaling to the die cut journaling tag with my antique typewriter. I adhered the mustache sticker to it with foam adhesive and added an enamel dot. Super easy and cute! The Pinstripes collection is perfect for documenting that special man- or boy- in your life!
Stars Foil patterned paper
Makes Sense patterned paper
Strips patterned paper
Cars and Stars patterned paper
Boy Bingo Cards patterned paper
Alpha Sticker Sheet
die cut machine (Silhouette Cameo)
Hello everyone! Kimberly here with a great boy card using the Pinstripes Collection, along with some fantastic coordinating Designer Dies and Designer Stamps! I love how Designer Dies and Stamps allow you to customize your project. You can use any colors and any supplies to create a one-of-a-kind embellishment.
Using Designer Dies Rocket Die set, I cut several pieces of paper from the Pinstripes 6x6 Pad. The pad contains several small scale, or subtle prints. They are ideal for die cutting, as they add texture, bringing more life to your die cut images. Included in the die set are the red lines you see on the rocket, along with a two-part flame. The pieces fit together perfectly, making adding those special details easy.
To add more fun to my rocket, I added a small circle with a star. It came from the Pinstripes Ephemera Pack. I liked how the star on the rocket tied in with the patterned paper layered onto my card base.
After trimming a panel of Natural White Linen Designer Cardstock to size, I stamped the phrase from Designer Stamps Ready, Set, Go on the bottom. I knew underneath the rocket would be the perfect place for the sentiment. The card stock seemed a bit plain against the patterned paper, so I inked the edges with a yellow ink, similar in color to the collection.
To continue to tie everything together, I stamped pale blue stars, from the same stamp set, on the card stock panel. The stars add more texture and interest and keep your eye moving up with the rocket.
The rocket was adhered to the card using foam squares, adding to the lift-off feeling. To finish things off, I added a chipboard border from Pinstripes 6x12 Chipboard Accents to the right side.
Thanks for stopping by!
Designer Cardstock-Natural White Linen
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Hi Everyone! Jana Eubank here. Every Mother's Day I reflect at how grateful I am for all of the wonderful women in my life. My mom, grandmothers, my Mother-in-Law, Sisters, Sisters-in-Law, girlfriends, just to name a few. I wanted to create a special gift bag that I could use to express how special they are to me.
Hello! Tegan here today showing off the gorgeous new Petticoats collection! Doilies and flowers and pinks…oh my! This bright, fun collection is perfect for any kind of girl project you can think of!
I started out using the Doily #3 die to make a doily using solid yellow paper. I then hand cut it down the middle so that each half would stick out of each side of my card design. I then layered ephemera pieces (floral tag, birthday sentiment), twine, and chipboard pieces (scallop, ‘adorable’ sentiment) to create the main element. The coordinating enamel dots finish it off beautifully!
I then used the flower from the Sweet Girl Die Set to create a 3D flower embellishment. I die cut two flowers from the same pink patterned paper. I gently turned the leaves up on one flower and adhered only the middle of it to the second flower. Layering the flowers like this is so easy and adds a fun effect to any project!
Thanks for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to die cut more and have fun with it! And with the Petticoats collection, now is the perfect time to create some beautiful cards!
Sunny Damask patterned paper
Border Strips patterned paper
Orange/Yellow solid paper
6x6 paper pad
Decorative Tape - Floral
Doily #3 Die Set
Sweet Girl Die Set
Other: twine, button
Hi everyone, Anya here to share a girl page using the Petticoats collection. This collection offers such a wide variety of color combinations. When I’m making a page about a girl, my first instinct is to go with pink colors, but this time I wanted to try something different. I found some pictures of my daughter when she was 2, and realized that some beautiful shades of green papers in this collection would be a perfect match.
I started my page with the darkest color and worked my way up to the lightest shade, this way letting the darker colors frame my photos, but leaving the layout relatively light.
Also, to add a little delicate touch to the page, I cut out four damask shapes from the Designer Die set and used them in a row, making an intricate border. Ribbons, buttons, enamel dots, brads and flowers are all a great addition to any girl layout. You can check for a range of matching products that come in this collection.
For my layout I used:
Echo Park Petticoat collection: