Sunday, January 12, 2014

Words Of Comfort - Day 3

Hello there, friends! Welcome back to Day 3 of the Papertrey Ink January new release countdown. I'm very excited about today. You see, today is the day that Nichole is formally introducing Words of Comfort (available January 15th) on her blog. Melissa Phillips is helping with the debut today, too, so make sure to visit her for even more inspiration. Speaking of, let's get on to today's projects, shall we?

Let's start out with a sympathy card today.


I began this card by die cutting an Ocean Tides mat with a circular cut out. I used the mat as a guide to stamp the large clock face from Hands of Time onto a Vintage Cream card base using Spring Moss ink. I continued by stamping the numerals in Ocean Tides ink and heat embossing the clock hands using gold detail powder. I also gold embossed the smaller clock face onto the Ocean Tides mat and filled in the numerals with Fresh Snow ink. I softened the mat edges with very, very subtle Fresh Snow sponging and then sprinkled it with glimmer mist for a slightly dreamy effect.


Next,  I mounted my Ocean Tides mat to my card base using foam adhesive and set about creating the focal point for my sentiment. I die cut a banner using the First Place dies and stamped it with my sentiment using True Black ink. I trimmed it to match the edge of the circular cut out in my mat and played with it a little until it was slightly wavy. I attached it to my card front with flat and foam adhesives to help it retain the waviness.

My second card for today is a thinking of you card.


I began by stamping a few of the botanical images from Larger Than Life onto a piece of Rustic White cardstock using Spring Moss and Ripe Avocado inks (some are stamped off for more dimension). I added the small flowers with Sweet Blush ink and the sentiment with Dark Chocolate ink. I adhered that panel to a Classic Kraft base that I had textured with the Rustic Burlap impression plate.


Next, I die cut a Sweet Blush Victorian Lace shape, adhered it over top of the floral layer, and embellished it with a handful of pearls. Finally, I wrapped a silk ribbon around the card base and tied it into a bow around a Spring Moss button.

My final card today is another sympathy type card.


I began this one by stamping a scrap of Classic Kraft cardstock with Background Basics: Woodgrain using watermark ink. I die cut that piece with the Fabulous Frames die and stamped it with my sentiment in Dark Chocolate ink. Then, I wrapped the frame with a bit of white crochet thread and tied on a Spring Rain button.


Next, I stamped the scene for the inside of my frame with images from Chair-ished and Sunflower Bouquet in Classic Kraft, Dark Chocolate, and Spring Rain inks. I adhered that to a Spring Rain card base that had been textured with the Linen & Canvas impression plate. Finally, I mounted my fame atop the little scene with foam adhesive.

Well, that's all for me today. Thank you for joining me! I'll be back tomorrow with a couple of additional Words Of Comfort projects. You can find more inspiration today with Nichole and Melissa, Cristina, Dawn, Erin, Heather, and Tiffany. Check in with them and I'll see you shortly. Have a great day!

Recipes:
Memories & Time Card
Stamps: Words Of Comfort (available January 15th), Hands Of Time - Papertrey Ink
Cardstock: Vintage Cream, Ocean Tides - Papertrey Ink
Ink: Spring Moss, Ocean Tides, Fresh Snow, True Black - Papertrey Ink; VersaMark - Tsukineko
Other: First Place Die Collection - Papertrey Ink; Gold Detail Embossing Powder - Filigree; Pearl Glimmer Mist - Tattered Angels; Foam Tape - Scotch

Today & Always Card
Stamps: Words Of Comfort (available January 15th), Larger Than Life - Papertrey Ink
Cardstock: Classic Kraft, Rustic White, Sweet Blush - Papertrey Ink
Ink: Spring Moss, Ripe Avocado, Sweet Blush, Dark Chocolate - Papertrey Ink
Other: Victorian Lace Border Die, Rustic Burlap Impression Plate, Spring Moss Button, 1/4" Silk Ribbon - Papertrey Ink; Self-adhesive Pearls - Mark Richards

Never Long Enough Card
Stamps: Words Of Comfort (available January 15th), Chair-ished (dog, rocker), Sunflower Bouquet (grounding oval), Background Basics: Woodgrain - Papertrey Ink
Cardstock: Spring Rain, Classic Kraft - Papertrey Ink; white
Ink: Classic Kraft, Dark Chocolate, Spring Rain - Papertrey Ink; VersaMark - Tsukineko
Other: Fabulous Frames Die Collection,  Linen & Canvas Impression Plate, Spring Rain button - Papertrey Ink; Foam Tape - Scotch; white crochet thread

21 comments:

Cindy H. said...

Beautiful cards! I really love the last one!

Nora N. said...

These are adorable cards!! I especially love the last one. It is so out of the box!!

Sharon said...

Great cards! The second one is so pretty!

Randi Jones said...

You hit a home run w/the last card!

Kathryn A said...

Great cards! Your last one makes me want to cry...

RitaR said...

What a tender scene you created on your last card .... really touched my heart!

Kathy Mc said...

How clever to combine Hands of Time with that sentiment on your first card. Love your color choices for your 2nd card, and your last one is just so sweet and touching. : )

Tere Azua said...

Love them all... but the last one is just so pretty, I loved it!

Joyce said...

What a beautiful set of sentiments, and all of your projects (today and the last few days) are so thoughtful and spot on.

Joyce said...

Some questions on your third card--which image from Simple Sunflower did you use? What did you use to make that light blue bit under the dog? What set is the dog from? Thanks. I can see making this card myself.

Steph Hilt said...

Oh my goodness, I can't remember a stamped card ever bringing tears to my eyes. Your doggy card did just that. I love your new sentiment set Lizzie, a definite must have.

Lizzie Jones said...

Joyce - The grounding oval (the light blue bit) that I used in the scene is from Simple Sunflower. The dog is also from Chair-ished. I'm sorry my explanation was so vague (late, late night). Hope that helps!

Dee said...

All your cards were special, but the one that touched me most was the last one with the empty chair and the waiting dog.So perfect for a sympathy card.

Grace said...

Love the cards. The last card was so touching.

Joan b said...

Love your cards and this set.

Diana K said...

Truly beautiful/perfect sentiments and projects.

dbjhudson said...

I love your cards today. Very inspiring

Donna Phelan said...

Lovely cards, sure to bring comfort wherever they go! TFS!!!

Deirdre said...

Beautiful cards but the last one with the empty chair...just heartbreaking.

Kristen V said...

Great cards!

ScrapaDiddle said...

Very sweet cards! I love this sentiment stamp set!