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PTI August Blog Hop

This month's hop is all about fall textures.  I LOVE fall!  Here's my attempt at recreating some of those textures.  I used the Simple Stripes IP for "corduroy", and a bit of rippled felt.  My kids always think Kraft cardstock looks hairy, so there you go!

Paper: PTI Kraft, Enchanted Evening, Terracotta Tile
Ink: PTI Vintage Cream, Terracotta Tile, Enchanted Evening, Ocean Tides
Stamps: PTI A Little Argyle, Cupcake Collection
Other: PTI Simple Stripes IP, Fabulous Frames die, Vintage Cream felt

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  1. Beautiful card. Love that argyle on the top.

  2. Gorgeous Cheryl, your colours are awesome.

  3. very pretty nice clean simple design

  4. I am getting great ideas for the little argyle. cute!

  5. Love your felt ribbon! This is a beautiful card!

  6. Perfectly stamped argyle, Cheryl! I love this card!

  7. Great argyle, love your color choices!

  8. Beautiful design! I love your great card!

  9. Love the "corduroy"....nice color choice.

  10. Beautiful card! I love the argyle and cordoroy.

  11. Hey there--this is a super card--very CAS--my favorite kind. I've missed seeing your smiling face on the forum. You are either finally doing your laundry, or (hopefully) busy with good things in your life.

  12. Love the folded felt! Very nice card. :)


  13. Cheryl this is WONDERFUL! I LOVE how you did the felt on the card!!
    Hope your having a GREAT day!

  14. I've never seen rippled felt--LOVE it! Fabulous card!

  15. Cheryl, LOVE this card!! The colors, the textures, the patterns--Fantastic. And tucking the rippled felt away in try-this-creative-trick file.

  16. Love your card Cheryl. Perfect use of fabric and texture. Hope all good with you. Happy memories of Stamp a faire 2011.

  17. Great card Cheryl! The colors are awesome and I love what you did with the the felt!

  18. Beautiful card Cheryl. Love the colours and patterns.-Irma


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