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PTI November Blog Hop

This month for PTI's Blog Hop, we are to use the picture above as inspiration. I am a sucker for traditional red and green at Christmas, so I really enjoyed making this card:

Paper: PTI White, New Leaf
Ink: PTI Pure Poppy, SU Garden Green
Stamps: PTI Christmas Blessings, Wreath For All Seasons
Other: PTI Pure Poppy Satin ribbon, PTI Edgers Die #3, Sakura Stardust red pen
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  1. Cheryl, LOVE the checked background and your pretty wreath!

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  2. So crisp and fresh-I can almost smell the greenery! Beautiful job on the plaid background. :-)

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  3. So pretty, Cheryl! That background is fun!

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  4. Love how you used the edgers die to mat the wreath panel. Beautiful card.

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  5. I like this card alot. It's very CAS--just my style, and full of Christmas spirit.

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  6. Crisp and elegant simplicity! Love it! Love the edge die you've used .

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  7. Classic, and clean. Love your design.

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  8. Beautiful card, Cheryl! Great take on the inspiration photo!

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  9. Great colours and I love how you cut the edgers die cut.

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  10. Love the New Leaf accents combined with the red and white coloured details. Such a fresh and fun combo. The wreath is still one of my favorites for lots of occassions.

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  11. This is gorgeous Cheryl. Love that Wreath for all Seasons set.

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  12. beautiful card! it's so vibrant and christmas-y!

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  13. Simply stunning!
    The colors are so bright and brilliant...
    I'm a sucker for those traditional colors too and this is just gorgeous!

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  14. What a pretty, festive card. Everything is just right!

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  15. Beautiful card Cheryl! I love the scalloped edge on the front panel and that plaid paper. Great job! :)

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  16. Gosh, what a gorgeous card! Very lush and rich--I love all the clean graphics and bold background!

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  17. Love everything about you card, just too cute.

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  18. I love your wreath and the tied ribbon! Very pretty card, Cheryl!!

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  19. Beautiful! I love the clean lines, traditional colors, and how you used the Edgers die!

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  20. I love this card! So very pretty!

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  21. Well that is certainly what I'd call effective CPR! The blog lives and so beautifully so at that! This card is a beauty. I adore the bold plaid background DP and the red curved scalloped edging below the bow. Talk about a touch of class!

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  22. Cheryl your card is LOVELY!!!
    Happy Holidays!

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