Thursday, October 25, 2012

Oct 25th and what are you doing today?

Yep I love the 25th of each month.   I participate in the PTI aka Papertrey Ink Blog hop and love it.   This months challenge was a fun one with pick and choose your favorite color combo and make a Christmas card using those colors.   They were all non traditional.   I end up making two cards but my favorite one is here. 

Color-group-3Now being a knitter how could I NOT do these colors.   Oh and check back here in the next few days to see the gorgeous hat that is coming off my needles today.   Not the the colors above.   Anyway here is my take on the color challenge using many PTI products.  The sentiment, the pattern paper, and the mittens are all PTI.

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Friday, October 12, 2012

Is it that time of year yet????

Well this is the first it has felt like fall so a little card to celebrate.   This is using the kit from  and the paper is super yummy.   I was a little put off by doing Halloween with no little spooky kidos of my own to take pics of the last few years so a few cards and few altered items, a couple of layouts and one banner.    Love the back side of many of these papers.   A great kit so hop over and check it out.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Playing along with card challenges

You know I have all of these fun supplies and it just is time to get some Christmas cards made so I am playing along with some great little card challenges.   This one is for the   Of course as always there is a spot of twine which can be found here.    So here is my card.

Monday, October 1, 2012

It's Monday, Monday a PTI MIM.

This morning before even seeing the video I was sure I was going to make a pink card in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.  I thought I would make a birthday card but then I do have this great stamps and I couldn't resists.   The challenge this week was to glitter up a tab for the project.   Easy peasey with some Scor tape.   The paper is from my stash.   The stamps and die cuts are from PTI except for the frame die cut.   And as always the twine and seam binding are from  .  Enjoy!