Thursday, February 9, 2012

Day Five: Papertrey Ink and Pinterest

Today's challenge at Papertrey Ink's blog is to choose one of the DT's Pinterest inspirations and create a card from it.  Again I chose Jessica Witty's inspiration:


These colors are scrumptious, aren't they?  According to Jessica, they are little containers of sequins.  To reflect that shine, I used a big green or aqua gem in the center of my die-cut flowers (PTI's Beautiful Blooms II).  All of the papers are BoBunny double dots, except for 1 Bazzill dot:

PTI and Pinterest

supplies: white cardstock, BoBunny double dots and Bazzill dots papers, PTI Beautiful Blooms II flower die,  Hero Arts CL184 Thoughtful Messages, mid-tone pool shadow ink, Reflections mint and aqua adhesive rhinestones


And I'm adding this to Moxie Fab World's Cool Tool's Week Die Cutting challenge.  

15 comments:

  1. You captured these colours abd the shine beautifully Lin! Love this clean design! I need some of your mojo!

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  2. I really love the design and colour of your card Lin. So clean and stylish!

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  3. Oh so sweet - what a wonderful take on the photo.

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  4. Very pretty! Those colors are so soothing and calm, they make me think of the ocean.

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  5. Delightful CAS card, Lin!! Love the beautiful flowers!

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  6. Oh this is so sweet and pretty! Love your take on the photo! :)

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  7. Really, really pretty. My favourite die.

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  8. Such a pretty, crisp card; it really invokes the inspiration photo beautifully!

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  9. such a pretty card Lin. The flowers are awesome and the gems are perfect

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  10. Lin this is such a beautiful card, I love the CAS design and the pretty colours.

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  11. Lin I love how you used not only the colors in the photo, but the fun layout of the tins too!

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  12. PERFECT CAS card! I always love how you interpret a photo challenge - you do it brilliantly. This is so elegant. I also love when you use a colored sentiment! It's one more element that you incorporate into a CAS card. XO

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