I am delighted to have the opportunity to join you in a frolic through our Papertrey Ink goodies together and be inspired by each other. I have long been an admirer of Aimes and look forward to getting to know Caryn and Kate through challenges to come this year.
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I have two submissions for this challenge so here they are.
This one was also submitted for the Make It Monday #99 Repeats and Rainbows challenge from Nichole Heady.
I have added a wonky view of this card so that you can better appreciate the background. I can only say that my photography skills are improving...
This has become my new favorite impression plate. I love the simple texture of the vertical stripes. The reverse side gives the impression of "board and batten", I always think of wainscoting when I use it. Strangely, when I attempted to confirm the name of the impression plate via the Papertrey Ink web site, I could not find it among the other impression plates. But it really is there...somewhere. Let's call it "Stripes".
Card stock: Winter Wisteria, White
Inks: Hibiscus Burst, Summer Sunrise, Simply Chartreuse, Blueberry Sky, Winter Wisteria
Stamp Sets: Heart Prints, Embroidered Blooms
Other: Martha Stewart Brad, Versamark Ink, Filigree White Embossing Powder
Card Stock: Ocean Tide, Vintage Cream
Inks: Ocean Tides, Melon Berry, Sweet Blush
Stamp Set: Embroidered Blooms
Dies: Turning A New Leaf, Beautiful Blooms #3
Impression Plate: ???
Once again, I appreciate the opportunity to join a new community of fellow paper crafters. Looking forward to hearing from you and seeing all of your projects!
Thanks for stopping by,