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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Papertrey Ink Aniversary Challenge, Part III

(This is my third post of the evening! Don't expect this to ever happen again! I certainly don't. :P)
Papertrey Ink (PTI) is celebrating their fourth anniversary with a great series of challenges! I do like their stamps -- so elegant and classy. I've yet to order from them though, I have to admit... I'm a little intimidated by the cross-border shipping. So when they offered a sheet of digital sentiments, and a prize to co-design and receive a stamp set, how could I resist? :P


For my third card, I decided to go with a 3"x3" gift card and the cute heart design from Lisa Johnson. Instead of the über-classic red, I decided to go with pinks and purples. I coloured my image with Sharpies, and picked two complimentary shades of cardstock for circles. Ah, that old rule of three. :P The trio are overlapped and popped over some Lilac twine from the Twinery. This could be a Valentine's card, but would also work as a little love card anytime one is called for. ♥

Supplies: white cardstock, fuchsia & purple cardstock, digital sentiment from Papertrey Ink, Sharpies, lilac Twinery twine, pop dot tape Pin It Now!

7 comments:

Emily Leiphart said...

This is darling! I love all the different shades of purple and, of course, the twine!

Angela said...

Way to craft up a storm! Love the colors on this one!

Silli said...

This is very pretty, love the colors!

marilynprestonn said...

I love your beautiful cas card. Well done with the fun baker's thread and triple circle panels. WOW. :)Peggy

Karin said...

Wow, look at you go! These are a great freebie...I love little circle stamps like these, so easy to complete a card using them! Well done on all :)

Meg said...

Ooooh, love the circles! The set of three looks so nicely balanced. Way to score on the "no shipping fee" downloads! ;)

Donelda said...

the pinks and purples together are awesome! I do love that image by Lisa! And good use of the rule of three .. you are channelling Maile Belles here for sure!! :-)