Saturday, April 25, 2015

PTI's April Blog Hop

Time for PaperTrey Ink's April Blog Hop!
Fabulous photo inspiration:

For my first card, I took my cue from the striped chair cover in the background and created this card:

Rosie Posie is the star of the show on this card! The sentiment is from Brushed Blooms.
Using the opposite pieces leftover from my first card, I created my next card:

Brushed Blooms shines on this card using Just The Ticket for my sentiment.

I used Petite Pots for my last card. The lattice is from Spellbinders. The sentiment and banner is from Half & Half.
I am entering this last card into the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge to keep it clean and simple.
Enjoy hopping today! Thanks for stopping by.
Blessings~ Birgit

33 comments:

  1. All three cards are lovely....don't you love those brushed blooms?

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  2. These all came out super I love the backgrounds on all of them great take on the challengeParty. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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  3. Wow all three cards are awesome. So pretty.

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  4. Lovely cards, full of inspiration!

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  5. All 3 cards are amazing!! LOVE them ALL

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  6. What lovely cards! You nailed the inspiration photo!

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  7. WOW Birgit! These are all just gorgeous! I can't even choose a favourite!

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  8. Oh my! These cards are amazing! I like them all, but I think the Brushed Bloom one is my favorite.

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  9. Love them all! Completely in love with how you used the tickets on the 2nd card and eb the bloom!

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  10. Beautiful cards, Birgit! I see you like Rosie Posie, too. Don't have Brushed Blooms yet but still on my "do I need another floral set" list. Great job using the inspiration photo!

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  11. BEAUTIFUL interpretation! the colors and arrangements are so pleasing to the eyes! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Clean and Simple” Challenge!

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  12. What a great collection of cards and great use of the inspiration photo!

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  13. Beautiful cards! Can't choose a favorite...they're all gorgeous! :)

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  14. I love the cards you made for this challenge. Some serious eye candy. And very clever of you to take the time to make a second card with the leftovers from that Chevron Cover Plate.

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  15. Stunning!!! My fav is the rustic wreath with Rosie Posie.

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  16. Wow... three amazing cards! LOVE how you've used the chevron cover plate!

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  17. Stunning trio of cards - beautifully designed!

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  18. WOW- these are all quite amazing - really beautiful cards. I don't know which one I like best! so many wonderful details in each one!

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  19. WOW! You have been busy! They are all just so lovely and unique!

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  20. Wow, three wonderful cards you've created! Brushed Blooms looks so lovely here.

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  21. Wow! 3 gorgeous cards!! Love those brushed blooms ;)

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  22. So pretty. The chevron background is so striking in the first card. Love your brushed blooms and the ribbon treatment on. The second card.

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  23. Great cards! Love the blue background and the flowers

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  24. Beautiful cards! You were busy :)

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  25. Beautiful suite of cards! Wonderful creations!

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  26. Oh Birgit...all 3 cards are just so lovely! I can't even decide which one I like best...they are ALL masterpieces! Well done! :0)

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  27. Awesome set of cards, Birgit! Love each one.

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  28. Your cards are all so awesome. So very pretty! Great idea using the negatives of the first card on the second. I must remember that.

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  29. GORGEOUS cards.....LOVE your second one, but they are all fabulous! TFS!!!

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  30. Beautiful!!! Is that the Basic Lattice? What die did you use for the frame around the lattice?

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    1. Yes, it is Spellbinders Basic Lattice and I made the frame around the lattice using MFT's Stitched Rectangle Stax. I simply cut the largest and next largest out of the center to create the frame. Glad you liked my card and thanks so much for taking the time to comment.

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