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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Papertrey Blog Hop May 2008



I did it finally. Papertrey Ink Blog Hop. I just made it under the wire. I think. its 7:42pm central.

Edited to add recipe:

Ink: SU Chocolate Chip and Wild Wasabi
Stamps: Papertrey Ink Father Knows Best
Cardstock: Stock Brown, PTI White
Misc: Making Memories Copper Brads and Green Buttons(?) and
the Camouflage Ribbon is unknown.

This blog hop was about to Score or Not to Score. I scored around the tree and the main cardstock with my stylist. The background was at 1" apart then decided to make a brick pattern with 1" intervals also.

20 comments:

Radiogirl said...

This is so nice. I do like that tree.

Jak said...

beautiful card

Marie Cramp said...

Very nice.Love that tree

Marie
http://scrappingworld.blogspot.com

Lori said...

Nice masculine card!

Bonnie said...

Pretty card! Great use of the buttons!

Latisha said...

this is so pretty

Etha said...

so pretty! Love the scored background and those brads fit very well in the design.

Kimberly said...

great card! love the buttons!

Regan said...

Nice job - I really like that tree- must add to my endless wish list

IamDerby said...

This is very nice, I like the brick look in the background

Deanna said...

Very pretty, I love this stamp set... I wish I had it!

Teresa said...

Wonderful creation!

Monique Van Keuren said...

Ok how clever are you?! I love how you scored your card! That is an idea I must write down! Great Job!

Diane said...

Very classy scoring job! TFS

Donelda said...

It's never too late to party at PTI!! I lvoe your card. I think it is the only card I've seen with the tree from FKB!! Thanks for sharing.

Theresa Tyree said...

I adore green and brown together. Such a gorgeous, masculine card!

Debbie Olson said...

Love your color combo, the scoring, and the buttons!

Lisa Thibault said...

This is such a great stamp set and you've done a lovely job with this card. TFS.

Lisa H. said...

very cool card. love the score lines on the background and on the focal image and your colors look great together. just lovely.

Lynn Mercurio said...

Fabulous. This set is just perfect for your design. The buttons look great too!