Monday, February 9, 2015

Papertrey Ink's 8th Anniversary Spring Into Action (Day 5)

Since we're all looking forward to Spring, PTI wants us to "spring" into action and use a stamp set from our collection that hasn't seen ink…or hasn't been used enough. Don't even ask how many sets I "had to have" but yet I've only used one stamp from each set. Today's card uses stamps from two different seldom-used sets. Looks like the number of entries each day is increasing so I won't keep you. Hope you're having a great Monday ~ here's my card.




The vellum was die cut using Take Three, which is just a tad bigger than the opening of Framed Out #12. Embossed the sentiment in white and stamped the frame using Sweet Blush ink. The Berry Sorbet panels stamped using VersaMark and Fancy Flourishes were attached with SU dimentionals to the Bitty Dot paper for added dimension. Added some sequins for a little bling.

Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Vellum, Berry Sorbet and Berry Sorbet Bitty Dot
Ink: Sweet Blush and VersaMark 
Stamps: Framed Out #12 and Fancy Flourishes
Dies: Framed Out #12 and Take Three
Other: White Embossing Powder, Sequins (stash) and SU Dimensionals

3 comments:

  1. Hi Keri~ this is a beautiful card and I just love that pretty flourish and polka dot paper peeking through. I'm guilt of the same thing about "having to have" the new stamps sets. It's amazing how the design team can make me feel that way about any set. I'm trying very hard this year to be more careful as my stamps are outgrowing my cabinet that I keep them in.
    Thanks also for your sweet comment on my blog. In answer to your question about the leaves on my card, they are from MFT. They are called layered leaves and they are my "go to" leaves for larger flowers. I just love them! Enjoy the rest of the week!

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  2. Pretty card- the sequins are the perfect finishing touch.

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  3. Love those flourishes behind your sentiment focal point and the dotted paper running through that cutaway.

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