Saturday, October 14, 2017

Paper Sweeties October 2017 Release Sneak Peeks!

Hi, there!

Welcome to Paper Sweeties Release Sneak Peeks!  Debbie has designed two new fabulous stamp/die sets...Home is where your story begins/Sweet Cuts-Home is where you story begins and For You/Sweet Cuts-For You for this month's release!

Wonderful sentiments in the first set along with the cutest house, tree, and bird with nest.  The second new set comes with a stitched tag and several sentiments!  The new sets will be released tomorrow on the 15th!  And, here is my card today highlighting the set  (Home is where your story begins)...

For my card I started with a blue base.  I paired it with white and gingham paper.  The panels behind the house were die cut using Sweet Cuts-Window.  I embossed the sentiment, which is from the new set Home is where your story begins onto a die cut oval scalloped frame from Sweet Cuts-Oval Scallop Frames.  All images were colored with copics.  Sequins(Strawberry) and twine to finish the card.

Here is a view of the inside of the card...

Love that sweet sentiment and the
darling bird with the heart!

Project Supplies:

Available NOW:   Mini ColorBox Inks!!


Please check out inspiration from my teammates...have fun!!

Don't forget about our Challenge going on until the
end of the month!  Anything goes!  Hope to see your project there!

Please stop back tomorrow to see my projects for the Release Party!  Take care!



  1. This is so cute, Maria! I absolutely love the little birdie in the tree! Enjoy the Ohio State game if they're playing today!

  2. This is a gorgeous card - just perfect for a New Home card!

  3. So beautiful! Love all of the details on this and that awesome sentiment... the trees.. the "shrubs"... the bird in the tree... just love it!

  4. Super cute card Maria! What a fun scene! You sure worked magic with those products! Hope you have a great weekend!

  5. What a wonderful card, Maria! So sweet!

  6. That little house is so cute! It made thoink of a gingerbread home. The whole scene you created is so lovely; fab details and great design!