Tuesday, September 29, 2015

A Latte Love...

Happy Tuesday all! Pam here today to share another fun project using Paper Wings Productions fantastic stamps!
Fall is here in New England and there is a crispness in the air-great fall days for hiking and of course my favorite lattes!
So I thought I would create a project this week using the Frothy Concoctions stamp set:

To create this card I did a lot of stamping,fussy cutting and paper piecing-giving each portion of the latte cup some texture. White woven paper was used for the lid, cork for the sleeve and patterned paper for the cup itself. 

This is one of two fabulous coffee themed sets from PWP, the other is Play With Your Coffee - be sure to check them out online at the store!
Nothing like coming in from a cool fall walk outside and having a yummy latte!
Thanks for joining me again this week and be sure to check back often for more DT inspiration with the PWP stamps!

Monday, September 28, 2015

New stamps, winners, and more!

 The new stamps are finally ready for purchase!  We thank each and everyone of you who shared and tagged your friends for our giveaway!  Our winner is Jean Marmo and her friends Laura Cushman and Jean Bullock.  You ladies can contact me at paperwingsproductions@hotmail.com

Our design team will be sharing some creations with our new stamps, but here are a couple of previews of what you can do with the new sets.

This lovely page was made by Ashley using the Build a Wreath set.  I think this set is quickly becoming one of my personal favorites.  I love interactive sets and with this one, the possibilities are endless.

Steph made some great tags showing the versatility of some other new sets.  Check out her video...

Friday, September 25, 2015

Who is ready for a giveaway?

Hi friends,

Our new stamps will be available to purchase on MONDAY!  Yippee!  In the meantime we are having a GIVEAWAY via social media.  All you have to do is share our post, tag at least two friends, and mention @paperwingsproductions.  The winner will receive 3 stamp sets of your choice for you and your friends!  Winners will be announced here on the blog on Monday.  Good luck and get sharing!

In other news, Craftsy is having a FLASH SALE on their awesome classes.  With so many great paper crafting videos, which ones will you choose?  Sale ends Saturday September 26th so do wait to sign up!

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Halloween spiders

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today and I'm happily creating Halloween projects.  I can't believe how fast September went and we are now thinking about Halloween. 

These cute stamps are from the Witchy Halloween stamp set.  Paper Wings Productions makes creating Halloween themed projects easy.

I embossed the background with a web embossing folder and then lightly inked over the embossed portions so the web really stands out. 
I die cut a hole in the bottom corner, then placed this panel on brown cardstock and die cut a smaller hole. 
I stamped the spiders directly on the card and placed the panel over them. 
Halloween was stamped twice and added to the card.
Are you getting ready for Halloween?
Thanks for stopping by today.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

happy Halloween!

Hello everyone! Ashley here with a Halloween card to share today!
I cut this with my Cricut and then cut a piece of white paper for the background, which I colored with distress ink. I used the Little Halloween clear stamp set from Paper Wings Productions. I think the little pumpkins and the bat are so cute (not scary!) and I love the font too. There's also a similar stamp set - Halloween Mix It Up - that's got a witch hat and spiders!
I colored my bat with Copic markers and adhered only his body to the card base so that his little wings are dimensional. Then I stamped my sentiment with Memento ink. Pretty simple, but really cute for Halloween! For more Halloween inspiration, be sure to check out Pam's Halloween card.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Birthday Cake

Hello friends. Larissa back with you today with a Birthday card I made for a friend of mine. I decided to use the stamp set Let's Eat Cake. 

I started out stamping the slice of cake onto a piece of white card stock and colored it using Copic markers. 
I then stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment under the slice of cake. 

 I used 3 different pattern papers for the card front. I finished off the card with three pink enamel dots. No twine this time. 
I think the colors I used makes it s cheerful birthday greeting.
Hope you enjoyed my post today.
Have a wonderful day friends.
Don't forget to check back and see what the Design Team creates for you. 

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Let's Celebrate

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today using the Celebrate Clear Stamp Set.  This stamp set contains 5 stamps so it's easy to mix and match to create the cards you want.

Time to celebrate can be used for many occasions.
Simply stamp the 2 stamps independently and add them to the card.
To add some depth, I adhered Dew Drops to the flower centers as well as the edge of the strip.
This stamp set can also be used for a number of occasions.
I love mixing pink and gray so I used that color combination to create my next card.

I kept this card simple by using a pattern paper background and coordinating cardstock colors.

Celebrate was added across the center.  Life was stamped separately and added to the lower corner.
Thanks for stopping by today.
Steph - my blog

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Halloween is Here...well Almost!

Hello crafty friends! Pam here today to share one of my first Halloween projects of the season.  Halloween cards and projects are my absolute favorite to create- I love the color combos- oranges, purples and blacks and all the spooky details.
So of course I was so excited to use the Halloween is Here stamp set!

The set includes five stamps and I was able to use three of them for this card. 

For those of you that follow my work- you know I LOVE to create my own backgrounds and rarely use patterned papers.  So this card was no exception; I created a stencil mono print  background on water color paper with a Crafter's Workshop stencil and distress inks.  The stamps were stamped in Archival black ink on paper that was covered with Distress inks and then a layer of Perfect Pearls- to give then some luster !

So stay tuned here to the PWP blog and on my blog for more fun Halloween projects to come!
PWP has more great Halloween stamps- be sure to check them out!

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Hello friends. Larissa here with you today. So who has already had their Pumpkin Spice Latte? Me Me Me.... One of my favorite drinks of the season. I am so happy they already started selling it. I also have a favorite pumpkin spice coffee I make a home each day so yummy. 

So with that in mind I grabbed my Frothy Concoctions Clear Stamp Set to create a pumpkin spice card. 
I stamped the cup on a piece of white cardstock and colored it using Copic Markers. 
I used: YR04, YR06, YR09
E53, E55
I then cut it out using my detail scissors.
For the holder I stamped a piece of kraft cardstock then scored it. 

I used some Halloween pattern papers for the background and matted each piece with black cardstock. 
           I added each of the sentiments to the top of the card and had wrote Pumpkin Spice.

To finish off the card I wrapped some Halloween twine to the bottom and tied it in a bow.

I hope you enjoyed my card today. Don't forget to come back to see what the fabulous Design Team creates.

Friday, September 4, 2015

Sales, Give-Aways, and Freebies- Oh My!

It's Labor Day weekend and you know what that means.  No I'm not talking about having Monday off, but personally I'm super excited about that!  I am talking about all of the awesome sales going on!  First, I want to remind you that our give-away for a spot in "40 Techniques Every Stamper Should Know" ends tonight at midnight CST.  Be sure and click the link to enter!  What do you have to lose??

Here at Paper Wings, we are getting ready for our new stamps to be available for purchase next week so we are cleaning house!  There are already some great products in our clearance section that you should be sure and check out.  This weekend only we are also giving you 25% off your entire purchase!  Yes, that awesome discount can be used on the items already on sale!!  Quantities are VERY limited, so be sure and shop early!  Sale code valid through 9/8/15.  Every purchase made this weekend will also receive a FREEBIE along with their order!

And last, but certainly not least Craftsy is having a sale on ALL of their amazing online classes, including "40 Techniques Every Stamper Should Know".  So, if you've been waiting to take an online class, this is a great chance to sit in you pajamas and learn something new!

Thursday, September 3, 2015

the song from beginning to end

Hi everyone! It's Ashley here to share a card.

First, I stamped one of the musical images from the Text Melange stamp set all over my background with Versamark ink and heat embossed it. Then I grabbed one of the distressed stamps from the Art Textures stamp set. I inked it with Faber Castell big brush pens and spritzed it with water before stamping my images. Then I dried the stamped images with my heat gun because I'm impatient :)
Next I used distress inks to blend worn lipstick and spiced marmalade ink colors on a scrap sheet of white paper. I ran this through my die cut machine to die cut the medallion. For my sentiment, which came from the Kind Words cling stamp set, I stamped it on vellum with Staz On ink and then attached it with twine.
 Here's my finished card:
Have you stamped on vellum before? What are some tips you have? Speaking of stamping on vellum, we're giving away a FREE Craftsy class and you only have a few more days to enter!

For more details about today's card, visit my blog today.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Free class giveaway

Don't forget, our FREE class giveaway for a spot in "40 Techniques Every Stamper Should Know" ends this Friday!

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