Wednesday, 13 February 2013

DT inspired projects

One of the first challenges on Papertrey's anniversary celebration is to create a project inspired by the DT's (design team) favourites.  I have done a few based on Danielle, Cristina and Heather's favourites.  You can find them here, here and here.  Today, I want to share what I created as inspired by the rest of the DT's favourites.

First up is Ashley.  Here is my card.. I used Papertrey cardstock (kraft, dark chocolate), stamp (strawberry patch, fillable frames, mega mixed messages) and die (fillable frames, strawberry patch).

It was inspired by Ashley's second card below.

Next up is Betsy.  Here is my card.  I used Papertrey cardstock (white), die (flippin' up), stamp (wreath for all seasons) and patterned paper.  

It was inspired by Betsy's last card below.

Next is Dawn.  Here is my card.  I used Papertrey cardstock (kraft, white, dark chocolate), stamp (rosie posie, beautiful butterflies) and dies (sending you, rosie posie).

It was inspired by Dawn's fifth card below.

Next we have Debbie.  Here is my card.  I used Papertrey cardstock (black and white), stamp (harvest berries) and ink (smokey shadow).

It was inspired by Debbie's third card below.

 Next we have Erin.  Here is my card. I used Papertrey stamp (around and about), patterned paper and cardstock (kraft).

It was inspired by Erin's third card below.

Next we have Jessica.  Here is my card.  I used Papertrey stamp (sweet life, pretty peonies), dies (sweet life, pretty peonies, turning a new leaf), patterned paper (bitty dots), twine and button.

It was inspired by Jessica's second card below.

Next we have Maile.  Here is my card.  I used Papertrey cardstock (soft stone), stamp (up, up and away, movers and shakers sentiments), die (up, up and away) and ink (smokey shadow).   This was actually a CASE of one of Maile's cards.

Here is how it looks like opened up.

 It was inspired by Maile's fifth (interactive) card below.

Lastly, we have Melissa.  Here is my card.  I used Papertrey cardstock (kraft, sweet blush, berry sorbet, hibiscus burst), die (notched flowers, turning a new leaf) and stamp (beautiful butterflies).

 It was inspired by Melissa's third project below.  It is actually a tag which I interpreted to a card.

 Whew!  If you reached the end of this post, thank you!  Hope you are having a fabulous evening.

1 comment:

  1. Wow... what a great selection of cards. i love the card with the hot air balloons and clouds. The inside is awesome!! The black and white card with Harvest Berries is a super clean and simple style. And the floral cards are all so sweet!!


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