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WCMD PTI Challenge #3-India

PTI's challenge #3 takes us to India. Lots of gold, jewels and bright and interesting color schemes. Normally I wouldn't have added the New Leaf green (I would've gone for lime), but it seemed to fit better. There are itty-bitty rhinestones along the background, and I love these things! They are flat stickers, but they sparkle and look like three-dimensional jewels. Actually, they remind me of Barbie earrings...I got a little crazy with them, and the tweezers and I became good friends. Gold embossing is also something I don't do very often, but I love the look with this background. The bracket for the sentiment is actually a base for a Christmas tree in PTI's Tree Trimming Trio set.
Paper: SU Taken with Teal, PTI Raspberry Fizz
Ink: Versamark
Stamps: PTI Background Basics-Retro, Birthday Basics, Tree Trimming Trio
Other: SU Gold Glory embossing powder, Stampendous stickers, dimensional tape, PTI New Leaf satin ribbon

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  1. Thanks a lot for you comment on my blog, Cheryl. Your card is amazing too. You have captured the colors well and the gold embossing is awesome. All the best.

  2. What a great card! Love the gold embossing

  3. oh that is cute! I really like the gold embossing.

  4. Wow Cheryl! Love this! Your other two challenge cards are amazing as well. Nice work!

  5. Love the gold embossin. I would have never thought of that. Great card!

  6. Very pretty! Love the gold and the bold colors.

  7. Gorgeous with the gold! I love the color combo!!

  8. Ohhh that gold embossing is so stunning! Stunning job on the India challenge.

    It's a good life!
    Terri E.

  9. Cheryl this is BEAUTIFUL! I love all the gold embossing!!!

  10. WOW! Love this card--the gold embossing is gorgeous with those colors, great job!!

  11. Wow, love the gold with the colors you picked!


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