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Tree Take 2

I participated in a Holiday swap on the PTI forum, and I received PTI's Background Basics: Woodgrain from the lovely Alanna. I was anxious to try it out on kraft with clear EP, and I came up with this card. Some of you may have seen my blog hop card here, and in reality, this one came first. I love how the tree fits so perfectly into the Mat Stack 3 die. It was also the first time using PTI's Tea Dye Duo to tone down the white.
Paper: PTI Kraft, White, SU Garden Green
Ink: Versamark, SU Chocolate Chip, Garden Green, PTI Tea Dye Duo
Stamps: PTI Father Knows Best, BB: Woodgrain, Birthday Basics
Other: PTI Mat Stack 3 die, Double-Ended Banner die, clear embossing powder
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  1. The embossing on this is just lovely! And love your little banner as wel!

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  2. Cheryl I LOVE this! I dont have those stamps and EVERYTIME I see them used I think WHY dont I! LOL!! Great job!!
    Have a WONDERFUL weekend!

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  3. This is a great card! Perfect masculine bday greeting!

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  4. This is swonderful!
    You are so talented!

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  5. The woodgrain looks great!! And I love how the tree fits perfectly in that space, great card!

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  6. Love that woodgrain background! Might just have to add that one to my wishlist now!

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  7. This is just great, Cheryl! I, too, love how the tree fits so nicely in the mat stack! I'll definitely be CASEing this!

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  8. Terrific card! I love the tree on that mat stack!

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  9. This is such a great masculine card. Definitely one to CASE.

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  10. Thank you for sharing great post.It is really helpful. Look forward to reading more.

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