Timer Challenge PTI

Hiii!!!

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…

DSC03859 DSC03860I 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.

Supplies:

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

Case Study Challenge #144

Hi all,

Just a short note. I had a busy week that I had no time to make a single card. Finally, this evening I could bring my youngest love one early to bed, so I could make 2 cards for the next Case Study Challenge. I love the cards Lisa Spangler made. They are so pretty and the colors are great! Also all the cards from Case Study Team are wonderful. Very inspiring. Now, it is my turn to share my cards with you. Thank you for stopping by….

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For the first card I used White Cardstock from PTI, Sentiment stamp from Beautiful Butterfly Stamp set (PTI), Versamark ink, Spunky Nature Stamp set (My Cute Stamps), clear embossing powder, Twine and a white button and inkpads from various suppliers.

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For the second card, I used white cardstock (PTI), Beautiful Butterfly (PTI)-love this one very much, inkpads from PTI and Stampin’ Up and Heart dies from Simon Says Stamp.

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CASE Study Challenge #143

Hi all,

I am in the mood of making cards this week. I decided to play along with CASE Study #143 since I got plenty of ideas… Yesterday I was very productive and could make 3 cards! So, here is the inspiration card for this week:

It’s from one of favorite designers,  Maille Belles. I love her stamps she made for Papertrey ink. In this project she uses Kraft paper as background color and mutiple colorful feather for her image. So far, I came out with these cards as my interpretation grows…

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For the first card I used Kraft Cardstock, Maille’s basic layout and the cheerful color. I’m entering this card to this week’s SSS Challenge: Anything goes, too.

Supplies:

Solid Card Stock:  Vellum (Papertrey Ink), Neenah Smooth Desert Storm Paper
Stamps: Watercolor Wonder Stamp set (PTI), STAMPtember Banner Saying (SSS), Love Struck (Amy Tangerine)
Ink: Hibiscus Burst, Summer Sunrise, Spring Rain, Simply Chartreuse (Papertrey Ink), Daffodil Delight (Stampin Up), Onyx Black, Dandelion (Memento).

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For the next card, I use Mambi Card as base but still take Kraft Cardstock as the background color. The basic layout is the same. Instead of Feather I pulled out my Cloud Die from PTI and then decided to give a little bit texture to the card by using SSS Star Border Craft Die.

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Supplies:

Solid Card Stock:  Neenah Smooth Desert Storm Paper, Bazzil Basic White
Patterned Paper:  Mambi Cards (Me & My Big Ideas)
Stamps: STAMPtember Banner Saying (SSS)

Dies: STAMPtember Folded Banner Craft (SSS), Cloud 1 & 2 Die Collection (PTI), Star Border Craft (SSS)
Ink: Onyx Black

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The third card is similar to the second one and I don’t submit it to CASE study, but to Simon Says Stamp Blog Challenge: Anything goes.

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Supplies:

Solid Card Stock:  Bazzil Basic White
Patterned Paper:  Mambi Cards (Me & My Big Ideas)
Stamps: Fly Away mini Stamp set (PTI)

Dies: Fly Away Die (PTI), Cloud 1 & 2 Die Collection (PTI), Star Border Craft (SSS)
Ink: Onyx Black

Take a picture

Hi there,

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.

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Supplies:

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

(another) Bouquet Builder

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:

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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

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PTI Blog Hop May 2013

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:

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Unfortunately, I don’t own anything from Ripe Avocado products, so I replaced it with Simply Chartreuse.

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Ingredients:

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:)

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Colorful Card Duplex

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.

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Supplies:

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:

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Here are for the detail:

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