Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Make It Monday ~ Two Toned Stamped Sentiments

This week was Danielle's turn to host PTI's Make It Monday and her genius, creative and super fun two toned stamped sentiments is the challenge. You can find all the details HERE. What a fun technique!! I couldn't decide if I wanted to do black and white or use a color so I did both.

I used the biggest word I could find from Big Hugs and used the fruit from Still Life Summer and some flowers from Nostalgic Notions.


For this one I used leaves from Embellished Elegance and Rosie Posie, since I think she's been feeling neglected lately. ;0)
I didn't have the striped cover plate so I cut panels using MFT's Blueprints #13 and cut them into 1/2" strips. Thanks Danielle, for making it doable for those of us who don't own the striped cover plates!!

I'm adding this card to the Word Art Wednesday Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge

Thanks so much for looking! Blessings~ Birgit

19 comments:

  1. Lovely! I can't decide which one I like the best - they are both so pretty!

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  2. Awesome! The fruit it so cute on the first card and that shade of blue goes perfectly with the flower on the second card :) Very pretty!

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  3. Both nice! What a perfect match you got on the second.

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  4. Quite beautiful. Thank you so much for taking time to post your very creative art with us this week at Word Art Wednesday in our 202nd AG challenge!
    Blessings and Hugs, Carole

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  5. Love both your cards Birgit! The bold and bright fruit and flowers really pop against the black and white card and I love how that HUGS looks in black and white too! And your blue and white card is just so pretty and soft and Rosie Posie fits perfectly! Lovely, lovely cards Birgit!! :0)

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  6. Well I vote the black and white. Gorgeous with the fruit and blue flowers! The blue is so pretty, but those bright colors on the b/w, simply striking!

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  7. Love Rosie Posie but have to agree that I'm favoring your black and white card with striking colorful images. Great job, Birgit.

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  8. Oh I saw that two toned technique this week too!! Your cards turned out great! It looks like a fun technique to try. Thanks for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday this week!

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  9. Both fabulous cards Birgit, a great design with a beautiful die sentiment both along with fruit and flowers elements!!

    hugs
    Heather xx
    Thanks so much for joining us with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

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  10. OMG, you made amazing cards with this technique...I love the BIG hugs...works so well with this technique!

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  11. Love your creation, as usual you are one of my favorites - into Pinterest it goes

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  12. both cards are wonderful, but I really love your first one with all the great delicious fruits!

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  13. Both cards are stunning, Birgit. Love the aqua and white stripes and of course, Rosie Posie is my fave flower stamp set.

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  14. This is cool! Love the cards! Thanks for joining our STAMPtember challenge on the Simon Says Stamp blog!

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  15. Your cards are gorgeous, love the huge striped backgrounds !

    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

    Jo x

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  16. Both of these are stunning~I love the bold sentiment and colorful additions

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  17. I love both of these. I went with black due to time, but I look forward to trying it with color, and now you have inspired me even more!

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  18. Gorgeous! I went through a lot of black card stock playing with this technique, but never ended up with anything I like enough to keep. You inspire me to try again!

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  19. Gorgeous cards, and congratulations on being featured on the PTI newsletter today. Truly well deserved shout out.

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