Monday, February 25, 2013

PTI - February 2013 Blog Hop- card #7


Papertrey Ink - February 2013 Blog Hop
 Marvlous Monograms

I haven't had time to check out too many of the beautiful entries posted, but will definitely go hopping and gaze about.


This card was made a while ago for my friend Louise's Birthday. I used a pretty woodblock stamp that I've had for years...but never bought the whole alphabet because I really didn't have the space to store them at the time.   The local Craft store I found them in has long since gone out of business ~ Would have loved to use them for some personal monogrammed cards for myself, but no "H" or "F" in the few that I do have ... bummer!



PTI Product:  Cardstock image is stamped on  Stamper's Select   White

10 comments:

  1. Wow- Helen--I just scrolled through--I had now idea how many cards you made. They are all so colorful and fun. It looks like you had a good time with this challenge.

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  2. Helen, your card is beautiful. Nice balance of embossing and love the colours!!

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  3. Oh I bet she loved this! I also bought just a few individual letters years ago & it so happens I have a JudiKins "H" about 2 inches square. I'd be glad to stamp it in a few different colors & send to you if you'd like. Maybe I can use it on a card soon so you can see if you like it.

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  4. Brilliant color combo, Helen - the soft tones really highlight that lovely monogram. Nice design.

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  5. Way to go with all the cards you made for this challenge, Helen! Love the white/pink/gray combo on this one!

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  6. Very pretty. ;-) I love the embossing and the lovely colors. I can't believe you made seven cards!! Wow, you go girl! ;-)

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  7. Gorgeous design, Helen! The layering and colors are so crisp and sharp! Thanks for stopping by my blog and entering the giveaway! You are such a sweetie!

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  8. Beautiful embossing here~gorgeous work Helen!

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  9. Gorgeous card! I love the touch the embossing adds. Thanks for sharing!

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