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Papertrey Princesses Challenge--My Turn

Alright, ladies...It's my turn for a challenge (nevermind the fact that I should have posted this last week--oops!). This one was born out of necessity, as I often find myself low on supplies. Your challenge is to use any colors EXCEPT white or cream (not even ink or ribbon--or anything else white or cream). This summer I was saving up to make a PTI order, and I watched as my precious white cardstock dwindled away. I had to think of alternate ideas, and it was helpful for me to think outside my white box. Good luck, and I'm excited to see what you create.
This card uses Borders & Corners Monogram Edition on Kraft for the background and clear embossing on the sentiment. I have trouble with masculine cards, but I think this turned out pretty well.
Paper: PTI Enchanted Evening, Kraft
Ink: Versamark, PTI Enchanted Evening, SU Real Red, Garden Green
Stamps: PTI Birthday Basics, B&C Monogram Ed.
Other: PTI Pure Poppy Twill
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  1. Great challenge and brilliant use of those stamp sets Cheryl. I hope to have one up in the next few days. Your card is really great.

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  2. What a great masculine card! Love the design you created with the B&C set.

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  3. This is a perfect masculine card Cheryl! The clear ep looks so cool. I'm totally intimidated by your challenge, but am willing to try anything once! *grin*

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  4. Love that pattern you have created! I am quickly running out of PTI white and cream...in fact, I'm down to my last couple sheets...ACK!! Thanks for the inspiration to create without that precious resource!! :>

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  5. That did turn out very well and wow, what a great challenge! I also feel intimidated, but sure, I'll jump in!

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  6. Love it Cheryl! So excited to try the challenge out for myself - it sounds like a tough one! :)

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  7. Great card and awesome challenge... hopefully I will get a chance to play soon!

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  8. This surely is a challenge--I look forward to trying it soon! Your card is great--I love the graphic look it has!

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  9. Definitely a challenge! Love the graphic nature of your card!

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  10. OHHH now that is a challenge!! I will have to put on my thinking cap! LOL!! Your card is FABULOUS too Cheryl!

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  11. Great challenge!!! Your card is lovely, nice work!

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