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Papertrey Blog Hop-March



It has been a long time, but I thought I'd jump back in to the Papertrey Blog Hop this month.  I couldn't resist creating something with these beautiful patterns as inspiration.


Here's my take on it:


I used the Anniversary Set: Painted Petals, a combination of heat embossing, coloring with Copics on that heat embossing, fussy cutting and die cutting.  Very fun.

PTI White and Dark Indigo cardstock
Ink: Versamark, Copics, PTI Hawaiian Shores, Blueberry Sky, Raspberry Fizz, Lovely Lady, HA Navy




Comments

  1. Gorgeous card, Cheryl!! Love how you used the Anniversary set over the dark background! Great interpretation of the art work!!

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  2. This is gorgeous!! I, too, love the anniversary set used in this challenge. Love those aqua flowers!

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  3. Loving your bold and beautiful card! The blooms look amazing against the dark background! Wonderful card,Cheryl!!!!!

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  4. I don't think your card could get any better! Fabulous pattern and layout of flowers. Like I said, fabulous!!!

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  5. Oh, I love this, Cheryl, and didn't think to use Painted Petals. Now I have more great ideas to try. Your tucked-in sentiment strip looks perfect as doesn't take away from your beautiful background.

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  6. WOW...this is absolutely GORGEOUS Cheryl! Absolute perfection...love it!! :0)

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  7. Love it!! Great combination of techniques and beautiful card!

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  8. Lovely card and great take on the inspiration photos!!

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  9. This is gorgeous, Cheryl! I love it!

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  10. Really lovely, totally captured your inspiration pieces!

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