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February Blog Hop

For this month's Hop, we are to pay homage to a member of PTI's Design Team. They are all so very talented! I chose a recent project by the amazing Debbie Olson. I loved her simple design with white embossed violets on Raspberry Fizz, with a few little details sprinkled in--sparkly centers, a scored edge and rounded corners. Just beautiful!
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I actually copied this card exactly, because it was so easy, but then I decided to change it up a bit. Here is my version in Enchanted Evening, with the smaller flowers. I didn't have the right color buttons, so I made a little fancy ribbon edge. The sparkles are flat rhinestone stickers. Best $1.99 I've spent in a while! Thanks for the inspiration, Debbie!
Paper: PTI White, Enchanted Evening
Ink: PTI Enchanted Evening, Versamark
Stamps: PTI Year of Flowers: Violets
Other: Filigree White Embossing Powder, PTI EE twill ribbon, flat rhinestone stickers, corner rounder
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Comments

  1. Great choice and beautiful card! An easy card with a big "wow" factor!

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  2. This is beautiful! I love it in blue! So pretty! Great job with the challenge!

    ♥Lea

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  3. Oh my, your color choice is gorgeous! Beautiful card. Now I really NEED this set!

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  4. What a wonderful take on Debbie's card! I love it in the blue!

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  5. Very pretty! I love this Violet set!

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  6. P.S. Love your blog background too!

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  7. I love this on the enchanted evening. And the added sparkle is a fabulous touch!

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  8. WOW Cheryl! The blue is so pretty, and the sparkles show up so well against it. I'm impressed!

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  9. I love enchanted evening that color is so stunning. what a great job!!

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  10. Beautiful, love this card done in blue!

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  11. Love the snow whit ink, great idea!

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  12. That looks stunning on the Enchanted Evening! Gorgeous interpretation of Debbie's card!

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  13. I love the little ribbon detail! Thank you for sharing your beautiful work!

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  14. This looks so good in enchanted evening. I always think this color is so stunning. Wow, the person commenting ahead of me used the same word. Must be true!

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  15. Gorgeous! I need to get out my white embossing powder & try this.

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  16. Beautiful!! I almost chose that card myself! Great job! :)

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  17. Cheryl, this turned out super sweet. love the ribbon

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  18. Blue is such a lovely thing especially done just as you did. So dramatic, so bold, so romantic, so mysterious. Excellent card! I can't wait to discover more delights on your blog later.

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  19. Love the stunning blue and white and your ribbon treatment is beautiful.

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  20. Cheryl I love how you changed up the colors, very striking and dramatic! Beautiful card!

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  21. Love the embossing and the enchanted evening ....... your card is beautiful!!!

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  22. That is really pretty. I love that it is simple, yet FULL of energy.

    hugs...
    em

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  23. I like your card! I want to CASE Debbie's card too! This card SOLD me on this set!

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  24. Nice job! Looks great in blue too.

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  25. Great job! Enchanted Evening is one of my fave PTI colours- love how you used it!

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  26. I really love your take on Debbie's card Cheryl! I wouldn't have thought to pair Enchanted Evening with these stamps but it really works!

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  27. Very pretty. Love that color and your ribbon treatment. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. Very pretty! I like the blue--striking! I just got my set in the mail. It hasn't seen ink yet but love everything I have seen done with it!

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  29. Cheryl, love that enchanted evening and the ribbon detail. Your card is a wonderful tribute to Debbie.

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  30. Thank you for the comment :) it was my first hop so its a lot to learn ha ha! I am following your blog now, I love your cards! Feel free to add me too if you are interested!!!

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  31. Like everyone else, I love that blue and the bit of bling you've added

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  32. Your card is so elegant and rich! I love the Enchanted Evening color! This is fabulous! ♥♥ Kay

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  33. Beautiful card, Cheryl!! Love how much elegance the darker color and bling adds.

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  34. You rocked this challenge. WOW!! Beautiful.

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