Monday, March 25, 2013

PTI March Blog Hop - Take 1

Hi there!  Today is the day for PTI's March Blog Hop!  This month's theme is sequins!!!  I absolutely LOVE IT!!  Unfortunately I only had time to pull together two cards for this month, however I think I could go on forever using sequins! 

So here goes with card #1:

 
 
For this one, I used the sequins as little "flowers" on the leaves.  The jumping off point for this creation was the great background paper I got in the dollar bin at Michaels!  I just love the color combo!
 
Thanks for visiting!
 
Kate
 
INGREDIENTS:
 
Paper: PTI's Hawaiian Shores, Aqua Mist, Simply Chartreuse and White; patterned paper from Michaels dollar bin
Stamps: PTI's Simply You
Ink: Versamark
Dies: PTI's Mat Stack 1, Mat Stack 1 Layerz, and Turning a New Leaf
Other: White embossing powder, teal sequins from my stash

14 comments:

  1. FABULOUS DESIGN! Positively stunning. Your composition is out standing, and the colors you used are divine. That dollar bin paper could have never guessed it would end up in such a classy place. Thanks for taking the time to share.

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  2. What wonderful colors, and the sequins really accent that well!

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  3. I love your sequins tucked on the leaves.

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  4. Oh, this card is super, too. I love the colors, and your use of the Turning a New Leaf die.

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  5. Can't imagine your card without the sequins. Just the right touch.

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  6. Amazing that such a colorful, bold pattern works as the background paper, but it really does. The white leaf die cut stands out & the sequins are perfect little flowers

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  7. Fabulous card. Love the sentiment.

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  8. Very cool card. I agree..that paper is awesome!

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  9. Your sequins look great used this way--terrific card!

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  10. Absolutely beautiful!! Love the patterns and I totally love the sequins layered on the leaves!! Beautiful!

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  11. Great use of a bold PP! It's just perfect!

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