Monday, December 23, 2019

Guest Designing for Ink to Paper

Ink to Paper

Hello, hope you are all ready for Christmas and the holidays.

 A while ago I was asked to guest design for Ink to Paper. I was so excited to receive some beautiful products to work with. Listed below are the products I used for this card.

I love the beautiful detail in this : Tin Stitched frame die, from Ink to Paper. To shade the edges of the vase I just used a dauber and Papertrey Ink : Soft Stone ink. Each stem was cut out of white cardstock then brushed with oxide inks for each color. I then stamped each stem with Papertrey Ink: Mint Julep I wanted it all to be very subtle.

I know this outline layer is for the front of the vase but I found it very handy for the back of the vase. I die cut a layer, using fun foam then sniped the top off ( shown below)

This made it easy to add the little Wispy stems to the front, as if I was actually filling a vase.

Showing the back side but I added in from the front after I adhered the vase to the base of the card.

After all the placement was complete I added a bit of shimmer pen to each stem . Such a fun stamp set and beautiful frame, from Ink to Paper.

I hope you all have a blessed Christmas with peace and joy.
Merry Christmas! 

Papertrey Ink
  A Little Wispy Die

Papertrey Ink
 A Little Wispy Stamp Set 

Papertrey Ink
 Border Bling: Tin Stitch Die 


  1. Great idea Mary Beth! Pretty colors too!

  2. Congratulations on guesting Marybeth!! Your card is elegant and lovely. I have my eye on that tin stitched die, so many possibilities!

  3. congrats on the GD spot - your card is lovely!!

  4. What a clever way to do your vase on this lovely card. very dimensional! I hope you have a lovely Christmas and new year. xx

  5. Congratulations on your GD spot, Marybeth! Such a lovely soft and delicate card ... so fresh and pretty! Wishing you a joyful and blessed Christmas! Hugs, Anita :)

  6. Congratulations!!! So excited to see you guesting on Ink to Paper! Beautiful card and I love that you shared your fabulous technique too! Merry Christmas!


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