Saturday, February 25, 2012

My first ever Blog Hop Challenge - PTI

ok so i decided to have a fun afternoon (translation:- making a card with some new stamps :-)) and since they're having a blog hop challenge over at Papertrey Ink it seemed like a good starting off point! The challenge is to create an interactive card and here's what I came up with.
I used the Movers & Shakers Sentiments as well as the Zipper Die, the Double-Ended Banner Die, Limitless layers Circle Collection, Mat Stack #3 die, oh and the Border Basics Medallions. I was going for a masculine card so I used Black, Fine Linen and Kraft cardstocks and inks.
Okay now I must actually go do some un-fun things. Thanks for looking!

13 comments:

Sandi said...

Love your card . . . the color scheme, design, and sentiment is perfect. Well done!

Leigh said...

I love how you used your new supplies to create such a great, masculin card!

Juanita B said...

You card is fabulous and I LOVE that it is masculine because we don't see enough of them. Add to that some interaction and you have a prize of a card. TFS.

The Paper Parade said...

Loving your color choice and the use of the mat stack 3, it almost looks like a sunrise!

Tracey Cuccia said...

This is great -- and of course, I'm loving the medallions in black on kraft, so I am now kicking myself that I put that back, and didn't get it :/. In all seriousness though - Marvelous job, and congratulations on your first hop!!

Tracey McNeely said...

I really like your kraft and black.

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

elegant card, great use of the new PTI goodies.

Kristii said...

What a fabulous card!! I love the elegant colors and the interactive zipper is fabulous!

Terri E. said...

Such an elegant card! Way to rock out the papertrey ink blog hop.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Chunyuan said...

very elegant card.

Jessica Wekenman said...

So glad you decided to join the hop this month! Your card is wonderful! I love the colors, and how you used the larger and smaller medallions on your layers! I also love how you used the banner behind the zipper! I'll have to remember and try that!

Luanne said...

Love this! Great colors and design!

June Houck said...

Classy and gorgeous!!!