Sunday, March 25, 2012

~March Papertrey Blog Hop~








Here is my card, based on Nichole's photo.


*Papertrey Ink Wreath for All Seasons (lil' flower),Papertrey Ink Communique Curves sentiment,Papertrey ink Premium dye true black,MS ink,Ranger Tim Holtz distress ink mustard,American Crafts satin ribbon,Georgia Pacific white cardbase,K&Company teal*



I inked the tiny flower from Wreath for All Seasons and had fun.


I've been spotting Forsythia and it's stunning array.


It's hard to get out of my head!


Check out the inspirational photo:




I used some teal cardstock I've had for years (before I was even a cardmaker) to frame my white/yellow design.




I've got some visiting to do...have a beautiful day!




17 comments:

  1. Wonderful card--Love your ribbon treatment!

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  2. so gorgoeus!! love what you've done with the small stamp...created something very unique:)

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  3. Marlena this is so pretty! Wow, I love the way you tied the bow, so unique and pretty! Wonderful way to use this stamp! Have a great week!

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  4. So sweet Marlena! Love the free flowing pattern of those flowers:)

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  5. So creative, this is beautiful!!!

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  6. Love the pattern you created with that tiny flower! Lovely card!

    Thanks so much for leaving some love on my blog!

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  7. Oooh, this is so creative and original. I love what you created with those little flowers, and I love how you knotted the ribbon at the bottom and how you stamped the sentiment. Nice job. ;-)

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  8. Marlene this is soo pretty. I love the flower vine you created with the little flowers and really like the ribbon treatment at the bottom of your card.

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  9. Oops, sorry Marlena, I put an e at the end of your name on my last comment.

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  10. Love the way you've made the forsythia Marlena, great idea. It is in beautiful full bloom right now, so vibrant and pretty!!

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  11. This is cute, Marlena! I love how you've done the flowers - you having fun has resulted in a fun card. :-)

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  12. I had to laugh when I saw your card. I've been almost obsessed with convincing my husband we need to plant a Forsythia bush this year. Beautiful card!

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  13. Sooooo pretty!!! I just love how you created the lovely floral scene!!! I have never seen forsythia, but you have inspired me to seek it out!! Absolutely beautiful!!

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  14. Very nice. Cool way to use the flowers in that set.

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  15. Very nice. Cool way to use the flowers in that set.

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  16. Lovely card. Now that you mentioned it, the flower does remind me of Forsythia . Great ribbon treatment.

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  17. You're right, that definitely does look like Forsythia!! I love the way you stamped the sentiment several times in different colors, too :)

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Thank you for your kind words and taking the time to stop in! ;)