Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Papertrey February Blog Hop

Never try to make a card at the last minute.  I knew about the Papertrey February Blog Hop a while ago and waited until tonight to make a card.  Two problems:  It didn't go well under duress and pictures taken at night don't turn out well.  Here's the inspiration photo.


Spring!  Sounds wonderful, doesn't it.  Warm rain, budding flowers, singing birds.  I went with the flowers on my card.


I used PTI's Tipped Tops and Wonderful Words: Hello stamp set . This is my initiation into enamel dots.  I happened to have some in the right colors and that white panel needed "something".

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11 comments:

  1. You've got the dots! Awesome : ) I like how the tipped panel mimics the italic font of your hello die. A great pair! Glad you were able to join the hop. I totally forgot about it and jumped into the craft room this afternoon. I really should have been doing other things though : )

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  2. Bobby, this is a sweet happy spring card! Know what you mean about nitetime pics. They just don't show the glow! But I can see the lovely details on your card, and pretty colors. glad you made it!

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  3. Love the way you used the tipped panels! I know I can't create under pressure - you did great.

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  4. What a fun card. Love those tipped die and dots.- Irma

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  5. Such a cute card. I love the way you used those tipped panels. I'm totally going to steal that idea!

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  6. I've learned the hard way that taking pictures at night can be frustrating!!

    I LOVE the spring look of your card. (I'm so tired of the snow and freezing temperatures.) The coordinating enamel dots are a perfect touch!

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  7. The dots were the perfect finish! Love these pretty, springy colors!

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  8. Love the overlapping layers n the enamel dots !!

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  9. How did I miss this one? Such a burst of spring and color. Love how you used the tipped tops dies.

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