Sunday, June 25, 2017

PTI MIM #288: Pantone Chip Inspired Cards

Rushing to beat the deadline for this week's Make It Monday with Lexi for Papertrey Ink. It was too darn hot (mid-high 90s) in Western Washington to even think about creating anything until this evening. That is very rare here so most of us don't have air conditioning so it can be unbearable. Earlier this week my DH had me helping him paint our two decks and main entryway, including umpteen spindles. So glad that's over with for a few more years!

Anyway, the challenge was to be inspired by Pantone ink chips for our design and layout. This will be a technique I'll keep in the back of my mind for future quick and simple cards. Thanks, Lexi, for sharing this with us. Here's my take on the challenge. 





Thanks for stopping by, and I really do appreciate your comments. 



Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)

Cardstock: Stamper's Select White and Bright Buttercup
Ink: Bright Buttercup, Green Parakeet, New Leaf and VersaFine Onyx Black
Stamps: Some Like It Hot and Signature Greetings
Dies: Some Like It Hot
Other: Foam Tape, MS Scoring Tool and Gelly Roll Glitter Pen


4 comments:

  1. Kathy, your card is so cute! This has been one of my favorite MIMs, it quick and simple and you can use almost anything on the chip! Sorry you're getting such hot weather, the one thing I dislike about summer is the heat! Stay cool!

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  2. Too hot is right--can't wait for the cool down & promise not to complain when it's back to cloudy & wet--haha! You so nailed this challenge, Kathy--love your card!

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  3. This is a perfect take on the challenge, and for these hot summer days! And I wanted to thank you for your kinds comments, both of them, on my blog hop card!! You are such a sweetie... if you PM me, I'll send you the card.

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  4. super cute card!! i love the pineapple and of course the yellow - i always love yellow!! thanks for playing make it monday - glad you made it under the wire. i could never do summer without an a/c, but i'm in the hot and sticky south and we use the a/c nearly year round, lol!

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