Calling All Bibliophiles

Hi there! I’m back again for another group post with Papertrey Ink featuring the new book themed products.PTI-Calling All BibliophilesMy first card features the new Bibliophile stamps & dies as well as the Fancy Teacup die.
PTI-BibliophileI blended a darker shade of ink on each book to give it some interest and then embossed the sentiments in white.
PTI-BibliophileMy next card uses the new Book Cover Details stamps & coordinating dies.
PTI-Book Cover CardI used The Sweet Life stamp set for the flower accents.
PTI-Book Cover CardHow fun is this book shaped card? Such a fun and unique way to send a message especially to your book loving friends & loved ones.
IMG_0005Check out what the rest of the team has created using these book themed products.
Nichole • Betsy • Dawn • Heather • Melissa • Laurie • Maile • Danielle • Ashley • Amy
Thanks so much for stopping by!

relax card:
cardstock: stamper’s select white, berry sorbet, sweet blush, summer sunrise, harvest gold, orange zest, limeade ice, simply chartreuse, aqua mist, tropical teal
stamps: bibliophile
dies: bibliophile, fancy teacup
ink: berry sorbet, summer sunrise, orange zest, terracotta tile, limeade ice, simply chartreuse, hawaiian shores, tropical teal, versamark
white embossing powder

once upon a time card:
cardstock: tropical teal
pattern paper: hawaiian shores stripe

stamps: book cover details, the sweet life
dies: book cover card, the sweet life
ink: berry sorbet, sweet blush, limeade ice, versamark
white embossing powder


26 thoughts on “Calling All Bibliophiles

  1. You know, the shading that you add to most of your project really takes to the next level for me. I just love your work!

  2. These book shaped cards would be great for K-1 grade kids to write a story – short and sweet. A fun way to save some treasured thoughts as they begin school. Fun to send a pile to your childs teacher for all the kids to use for book reports. This can be an extremely useful die for other than making cards!

  3. Really beautiful showcase of these new stamps and dies, Laura! I love how you added depth with your inks…so pretty! Thanks for enabling…I mean inspiring us!

  4. I love the ink blending on the books of the first card. The entire image is so relaxing it made me want to grab a book and sit somewhere w/a hot cup of tea and curl up and read a book! Talk about effective imaging! You captured it spot on!
    The second card was just as fabulous, but what really intrigued me was the ink blending on the inside sentiment. Perfection to the T! Thanks so much for sharing yourself and your creations w/us.

  5. I was wondering if you were going to sneak in a little “rainbow style” somewhere and you did. Beautiful cards. Love the teacup.

  6. These are so cute! That first one is just stunning, though. I love the colors you chose, and how you colored it. Beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing.

  7. Now I have to have the teacup too! Had not planned on that one. Thank you for the inspiration.

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