Friday, November 25, 2011

Papertrey November Blog Hop Challenge

If your taking a break from shopping or nibbling on leftover pumpkin pie,be sure to check out the entries for this month's PTI Blog Hop on Nichole Heady's blog.
Here is November's Blog Hop inspiration photo.

The first time I saw the photo, my first thought was PTI's Love Lives Here: Holiday and the garland of greenery so that was my starting point when I made these gift card holders using PTI's Seed Packet die. And of course, I had to a bit of gingham!
The first has a small feminine touch with lace and velvet.
This next one has a frame, made with the Button Card die and Fillable Frames #7 die and attached with dimensional tape.

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the hop!

Supplies:
Velvet and Lace
Stamps: Love Lives Here-Holiday, Background Basics: Gingham(PTI)
Ink: Pure Poppy(PTI),Peeled Paint Distress Ink (Ranger)
Paper: Kraft ,Pure Poppy (PTI)
Other: Seed Packet die, Limitless Layers 13/4 Circle Collection (PTI), lace (Hobby Lobby), velvet ribbon (Michaels)
Framed
Stamps: Love Lives Here-Holiday, Mixed Messages (PTI)
Ink: Pure Poppy(PTI),  Peeled Paint Distress Ink, Antique Linen Distress Ink(Ranger)
Paper: Kraft,Vintage Cream (PTI);  gingham (Crafty Secrets-Creating with Vintage Patterns CD)
Other: Seed Packet die, Button Card die, Fillable frames #7 die, Pure Poppy Vintage Button (PTI); Nested Lacy Pennants(Spellbinders)

32 comments:

  1. LOVE the warm, homey feel these both envoke!!!

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  2. Beautiful take on the photo, the stamps you selected are just PERFECT here!

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  3. they have the same vibe as the inspiration photo for sure! beautiful cards!

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  4. Lovely gift card holders. Beautifully done.

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  5. Wonderful projects Cammie! Love the little ornaments!

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  6. These have such a cozy feel! Love the kraft with your pretty red and white~tfs!

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  7. I love the details of the lace and velvet on your first card. These are such warm and cozy cards!

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  8. These are both adorable Cammie!

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  9. These are both so beautiful, Cammie, so warm and homespun! I love them both :)

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  10. Wonderful Cammie--both are so sweet! I love the gingham and homespun look. I can't believe I still haven't inked this set--so many wonderful images!

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  11. These are both great. Really good idea to use the seed packet for gift cards. For some reason, I thought they were the wrong size. I think the second one is my favorite. I love that window.

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  12. I love the frame card--what a clever use of dies.

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  13. Cute cards! Love your red gingham...and tiny ornaments.

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  14. So cute! I especially like the one "framed" one! Great job. :-)

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  15. Wonderful cards for this month's PTI hop! Love the gingham, trim and images you've used on both!

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  16. Love the limitless layers focal point! The gingham is so yummy!

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  17. Love both your cards!! such homey feel to them!

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  18. Both of your cards are just too adorable!

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  19. love them both- they have such a homespun feel to them!! :)

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  20. Great homespun cards. Love Lives Here: Holiday is one of my favourite stamp sets and I love the way you added the tiny tags on the firstone. The framed card is really fun as well.

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  21. Beautiul homespun holiday cards... I love the checkered frame on the second one. :)

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  22. Cozy as can be, Cammie! I love these folksy cards, but you knew I was going to say that! I love the stitching and lace with those sweet ornaments. That red ribbon is luscious! The checkered frame on the second is perfection :)!

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  23. WOW, Cammie, these are BOTH GORGEOUS! LOVE the gingham and the boughs and the way you did the ornaments as the focal point on the first card!

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  24. Such lovely cards Cammie. I love all the texture with the lace and the velvet and the button. Gorgeous.

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  25. Both of your cards are just too cute! You are making me want that pine bough stamp, big time! Love the gingham and the checkerboard designs.

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  26. Cute cards!. The first one is my favorite with the stitching & the lace.

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  27. Such gorgeous creations! That lush velvet ribbon takes me back to my childhood for some reason! Love it!

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  28. Both of your cards are darling! Love your take on the inspiration photo...

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  29. Cammie, these are so pretty and cheery! I love this set more and more every time I see it used! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and wish you everything of the best for a fabulous 2012!

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