Thursday, January 16, 2020

Paper Sweeties Jan. New Release Rewind

Welcome back by today, friends!  Thanks for stopping by as I share my Paper Sweeties New Release Rewind project with you all.  If you haven't yet seen the two darling new stamp sets and coordinating dies (Sweet Cuts) found in the 1st Quarter Sweet Kit, you won't want to miss out on these little cuties!  I just haven't been able to put them down since I got back into my craft room.  If you missed my post Sneak Peek Post or my Release Day Post, you can click on those links to visit them.
For today's card, I combined both of the darling new stamp sets found in the 1st Quarter Sweet Kit.  I colored all the images with my Copics.  I placed the toast, coffee pot, donuts and sentiment on my card and then I ran a width of Bubblegum Seam Binding across my card.  I used that with some Blueberry Seam Binding to create a bow that I topped with Robin Egg Blue Sequins, Blue Raspberry Sequins and Bubblegum Sequins.  The little acrylic "splashes" I placed by the piece of toast are found in the Doodlebug Ice Pops.

By the way, have I talked lately about the AMAZING little Ink Pads carried at Paper Sweeties?  Oh yes!  In addition to all their adorable stamps, cuts, Seam Binding and more...they also carry many colors of Ink Pads that produce crisp, clear images every time as you can see from the images I've stamped here today using them.  I just LOVE them.  My sentiment was stamped with Periwinkle Ink Pad topped with Jelly Ink Pad.  The edges of my white paper and inked with the Ballerina Ink Pad and Periwinkle Ink Pad.  All my images were stamped using the Coal Ink Pad.  You really don't want to miss seeing all the AMAZING things my talented teammates have created using the Paper Sweeties New Release.  Here are links to each of their blogs:

I'm playing along in the following challenges:

Pixie's Crafty Workshop:  Pixie's Playground/Snippets Challenge #369 - This card uses lots of little paper scraps, which I just love to do.  You can see all the different patterns mostly at the bottom of the card, but they're everywhere!  Don't throw them out.....make something pretty with them!


  1. What a sweet card Karen - this is gorgeous. You have made great use of the images.

  2. What a lovely card Karen! Very pretty and of course great use of snippets!


    Di xx


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