Friday, November 25, 2011

Papertrey Ink November Blog Hop!



Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!! The count down to Christmas is on! This month, PTI has chosen a beautiful holiday inspiration photo, and it was the perfect oppcrtunity to ink up some new Christmas stamps!



I used Winterberry, the snowflakes and dies from Winter Penguin, a tiny star from Love Lives Here: Holiday, and BB: Gingham.



Supplies (all PTI unless noted):
Stamps: BB: Gingham, Winterberry, Love Lives Here: Holiday, Winter Penguin
Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, PTI Pure Poppy, Tea Dye Duo
Paper: Kraft, Stampers Select White, Pure Poppy
Dies: Winter Penguin (Snowflakes), Pinking Shears Die, Tiny Tags
Other: Rustic Jute Twine, Copic Markers, Pop-Dots

28 comments:

Kara said...

really sweet card!! love the tiny tag!

Elena said...

Very cute! Love the gingham border and smattering of 3d snowflakes :)

Marge said...

Sweet card -- LOVE the gingham, snowflakes and how your darling tiny tag coordinates so beautifully with your perfect tree!!!

Kay said...

So beautiful- the colors, the overall feel- everything works so well together. The little tag is just the PERFECT finishing touch!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

So cute! Love the snowflakes sprinkled about and the tiny tag! Happy Holidays!

Cathy Weber said...

This is a great card based on the photo Audrey, I especially love that gingham, always think of you when I see gingham!

Julie said...

Love the gingham and the lovely tree! Great card!

Tammy said...

So sweet! I love those little snowflakes with bling and the tiny tag in the bottom corner!

Kristen :-) said...

Oh Audrey! I dont even know where to start to tell you what I like best about this card! A showstopper! :-)

Lisa said...

Oh goodness Audrey...yours is one of my FAVS!!! Love the fun snowflakes scattered about and your sweet little tag!!!

Karin (PeppermintPatty) said...

LOVE, LOVE LOVE your take on the challenge picture - such a WONDERFUL Christmas card - super sweet! Did I say I LOVE it!!!???

Cammie said...

Love the sweet homespun charm of your card, Audrey! A fantastic take on the challenge!

euna said...

Such a cute card, Audrey. Love the gingham at the bottom and those snowflakes are just gorgous :)

Linda Monroe said...

This is really nice. I used winterberry for this challenge too.

Gayatri said...

Very pretty! Love everything about it, Audrey!

Tracey McNeely said...

Fantastic card, I love it all!

Linda Beeson said...

That is so precious, love the snowflakes!

Dana said...

Love the card - especially the little tag - sooo cute, I love little details like that. Great job.

DIANA L. said...

Beautiful I love your tree and all your snowflakes.
DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

Kim said...

very sweet and the finishing touches of the snowflakes.

Debbie Gaydos said...

This is BEAUTIFUL Audrey! I love the little tag, such a sweet touch! And the snowflakes... Ahhhh, I have those dies and haven't played with them, or that cutie penguin, yet! I must get them out!!! :)

Kelly S. said...

Sweetest Christmas card! I just love that tree with the beautiful intricate snowflakes gently falling in the background. The gingham edge and tiny tag are perfect with it! Such a great hop card, Audrey!

Marybeth said...

Both cards are very pretty, love the snowflakes, and gingham .

Cheryl said...

Audrey, that's beautiful! I love all of the little touches--the snowflakes, the inked edges and the gingham. Beautiful.

Karen C. said...

Love the gingham border .... it creates a looks folk art feeling with the little tree. The snowflakes are a great addition as well.

carol (krillsister) said...

Sweet! Audrey there are so many little touches that make this card truly adorable. Love how you stamped a little sprig on tiny tag 7 the word love. those snowflakes, twine & inking are perfect.

Meredith MacRitchie said...

Gorgeous, Audrey... you really put so much into this, and it's perfect!! I loooooove those snowflakes, I for sure have to get that set just for those!

Kristie said...

Beautiful take on the challenge!! Love how all your elements work together, especially the gingham and snowflakes :)

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