Finally I dare to take cardmaking challenge again. This time it is from my favorite paper crafting supplier: Papertrey Ink. They are celebrating their 7th anniversary this year and planning to post creative challenges. The first challenge I join in is their very first “Timer Challenge”. I had 7 minutes to grab 7 ingredients and create a project within 17 minutes. Indeed not easy, especially when I had to choose ONLY 7 supplies. So, here it is…
I thought of using only 1 type of paper and decided to not take the complimentary dies, because I needed 1 more ingredient to finish up my card. So, I cut out the flowers just with scissors and therefore could use some pearls. I am happy with the result.
Solid Card Stock: Oatmeal Cardstock (Wplus)
Stamps: Bigger Blooms (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Chesnut roan (Color Box), Green Hills (Hero Arts), Summer Sunrise, Hibiscus Burst (Papertrey Ink)
Miscellaneous: white pearls
Finally, after long rainy days we meet the sun again today. It’s such a cold and wet year so far with a lot of shower in the past few months. I am not complaining, after all the rain brings us food. While kids are enjoying nice weather in the garden, I kept myself busy making a birthday card for my dear godchild, Anna. Since Simon Says Stamp Challenge this time is about taking a picture, I forced myself to come up with the same idea, so that I can submit this card for SSS challenge in the last minutes. I thought of combining vintage and bright color to give a “childish” impression. So, here is the result. I hope you enjoy. Thanks for stopping by.
Solid Card Stock: Bazzil Basic White
Patterned Paper: Mambi Cards (Me & My Big Ideas)
Stamps: Big Wish (Penny Black), Lovestruck (Amy Tangerine), Framed (The Alley way)
Dies: Mini Hearts set (SSS)
Ink: Onyx Black
Miscellaneous: Stickes Frosted Lace, Clear rock candy, cotton candy, orange peel (Ranger), Copic Markers
Yes, I did have a lot of fun with PTI blog hop challenge this week. This time I even challenged myself to use a color scheme which I’ve never thought I would choose. Usually I would use more colorful combination which includes either red, rose or orange. I was a bit skeptical in the beginning, but it turned out to be (in my opinion) a sweet one. Here is the Bouquet Builder I had choosen:
I don’t have Limeade Ice inkpad, so I substitute it with So Saffron inkpad from Stampin Up. And here are the ingredients:
Solid Card Stock: White, New Leaf, Vintage Cream Cardstock (Papertrey Ink).
Stamps: In Bloom, Beautiful Butterflies, Day dreamer (PTI)
Dies: Day dreamer (PTI), the frame I am not sure…..
Ink: Vintage Cream, Pinefeather (Papertrey Ink), So Saffron (Stampin Up), Onyx Black
This is my first time to join PTI Blog Hop. I am a fan of their products, especially their stamps. And today I am submitting this simple card using following Bouquet Builder color scheme:
Unfortunately, I don’t own anything from Ripe Avocado products, so I replaced it with Simply Chartreuse.
Solid Card Stock: White and Raspberry Fizz CArdstock (Papertrey Ink).
Stamps: Simple Sunflower Mini, Think Big Favorite #12 Mini, Day dreamer (PTI)
Dies: Block Alphabet Die Collection (PTI)
Ink: Hibiscus Burst, Orange Zest, Summer Sunrise, Simply Chartreuse (Papertrey Ink), Regal Rose (Stampin Up), Onyx Black
Thank you for stopping in. I hope you enjoy the card:)
Another card for the Flower Power Challenge organized by Simon Says Stamp. I made this card loooong ago but haven’t posted it. The card is quite simple. At that time I didn’t have fancy tools and wide range of stamps. Hope you still enjoy it.
Halli hallo hier bin ich wieder! Finally I had time to organized my scrapbook corner. It was sooo messy before I left for US and it prevented me from working! There were papers everywhere and my table was covered by stamps, inkpads, books and tools. When I came back from US, I (of course) brought in some more stuffs. I saw the urge of doing some cleaning and reorganization. Last Sunday my room is finally ready for my next projects and today I made one nice card for joining card making challenges from Papertrey ink, CASE Study #142 and Simon says stamps 🙂
Today I made 2 colorful cards. I basically only reproduced the cards. I wanted to try to make a card with a window and floating image like Papertrey Ink shows on their make it monday. I found the card very sweet.
Solid Card Stock: Simply Chartreuse (Papertrey Ink), Pure Luxury Layering Weight Card Stock (Gina K), Kraft Paper (Papertrey Ink).
Patterned Paper: Splash (Echo Park)
Stamps: Turning a New Leaf, Daydreamer, Beautiful Butterfly, Counting My Blessing (Papertrey Ink)
Dies: Counting my blessing, Beautiful Butterfly, Limmitless Layers: 1 ¾” Circle (Papertrey Ink), Framelits Dies Set Circle (Sizzix)
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Hibiscus Burst, Simply Chartreuse, Orange Zest, Scarlet Jewel (Papertrey Ink), Daffodil Delight (Stampin Up)
Miscellaneous: Copic Multiliner, Germstone, Acetate sheet
I enjoyed making this card, so I thought I would do another one. And here it is. Another beautiful window card with floating image:
Here are for the detail:
I made this card in June 2012. Julian, my children’s cousin turned 7 this year. This was a quick simple card. Luckily at that time I already had the cute stamps and dies from Papertrey ink. I love Papertrey Ink!! I also wrote the materials I used to make this card.
Solid Card Stock: Bashful Blue (Stampin’ Up), Bazzill Basic White cardstock.
Patterned Paper: Bazzill Basic Avalon, Little Boy (Echo Park)
Stamps: Heart-2-Heart #2 (Papertrey Ink), Stamp a Garden (Hero Arts), Global Greetings-German (Papaertrey Ink), Prince Charming (Hero Arts)
Ink: Jet Black (Staz On), Basic Black (Stampin ‘Up), Soft pool (Hero Arts), Lady Bug (Memento), Tangelo (Memento), Chrome Yellow (Nick Bantock), Old Olive (Stampin’ Up), Fresh Green (VersaColor)
Miscellaneous: Signo Broad white gel pen (Uni-ball); Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers), Copic Multiliner.