Introducing Seeds of Knowledge

Hello! I’m back with Papertrey Ink today for our second group post featuring the Seeds of Knowledge stamp set, coordinating dies and Pencil Bloom dies.PTI-Seeds of KnowledgeI die cut several of the blooms and used them to frame my sentiment. If you haven’t noticed, I can’t seem to put the Vintage Cream Linen cardstock down.
PTI-Seeds of KnowledgeAnd here’s my pom-pom pencil bouquet. How fun is this?
PTI-Pencil Blooms diesThe little white blooms are die cut using the new Pencil Blooms dies. I made the pom-poms and hot glued them to the tops of the pencils. They are so simple to make. Here’s an easy tutorial that shows you how to make them.
PTI-Pencil Blooms diesIf I could, I would give each and everyone of you a pencil bouquet. Here’s a hug in a jar straight from me to you♥
PTI-Pencil Blooms diesMake sure and check out the gorgeous project that the rest of the team has created using these fun new products.
Nichole • Betsy • Dawn • Heather • Melissa • Laurie • Maile • Danielle • Ashley • Amy
Thanks so much for stopping by!

card:
cardstock: vintage cream linen, stamper’s select white
ink: true black, hibiscus burst, raspberry fizz, summer sunrise,
orange zest, hawaiian shores, tropical teal, limeade ice

stamps: seeds of knowledge
dies: seeds of knowledge, circle nesting dies
pencil bouquet:
cardstock: stamper’s select white
dies: pencil bloom dies

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23 thoughts on “Introducing Seeds of Knowledge

  1. WOWZA! I love the tiny florals you used around the cut-out circle. They are so dainty and sweet. And those pencil bouquets are so much fun….and colorful! Absolutely terrific! Thanks so much for sharing w/us.

  2. Love that pretty card! And your pom-pom pencils are so adorable! (So is Emma!!!) Hugs right back atcha, girl! ♥

  3. Cyber hugs going right back at you, Laura! Your card is gorgeous (love the linen cardstock so much) and your pom-pom pencil bouquet is so fun! Thanks for sharing this cute pic of Emma with us…she is precious!!!

  4. Love the card, the cute pom pom pencils. Most of all the little cutie holding the pretty bouquet! Thanks for sharing her today!

  5. So very cute. A quick question, type and color of yarn you used? I loved the pom tutorial, but you need to make one for the cute bow! Mine are always lop sided, yours is perfect! Thanks.

  6. Hi Laura,

    Can you hear the OOOOH’S and AAAAH’S all the way from Puerto Rico?
    Thanks for the jar of hugs and right back at you girl!!!!!!!!!!
    Your daughter is a CUTIE PETUTIE!!!!

    Cariños,
    María Alba

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