The PTI festivities are over but there's still time to enter your cards until Thursday so here's a few more cards I was able to make for some of the challenges:
This card uses Lizzie Jones wood grain inlay technique. I made two cards using both the white and kraft panels.
I used Cloche Quarters Summer Fillers.
My next card uses Natasha Trupp's technique to "Create a project featuring an inked impression plate (or cover plate, stencil, etc.) technique".
Now I know this seems strange that it doesn't have a wood grain background. That's because the word "wood" wasn't in the challenge description so I chose to ink up the Aida Cloth Cover Plate. I like how it made a Swiss dot look. I also used Bowl of Sunshine 1 & 2 and a sentiment from New Every Morning.
This card uses Betsy's Faux Iron technique. I used the gate from Make It Market Garden Gate and Pumpkin Patch. My gate looks more like copper but we can pretend that it's iron. Right? ;0)
And finally I have a card using Yana's technique to "Create a project featuring a metallic embossed die-cut." I used Lovely Laurels and the bow from Kind Of Corny. Love the detail in that bow!
That's it for me for cards for this years Stamp-A-Faire. There's a lot of amazing challenges and techniques that I've missed but I hope to try them out as time allows.
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It's been a super fun time to binge on card making. Now back to reality.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Blessings~ Birgit