PTI is Never Wrong...

It's true. PTI (Papertrey Ink) gets it right EVERY time. I love, love, love their lines...their designers...the ingenius way you can keep building upon every stamp they put out. And, I heart the way they read my mind. This month's release answered my week's noodling over "how can I make doilies so that I can use specific designs and colors"? Yeah, it's not your everyday question, but I threw it out to the universe. And back came, Dawn McVey with ... Delightful Doilies.
There are dies, and stamps, and edgers! Look out 2011, the 70s are coming back to paper.


Make It Monday ... I Did It!

There's a new challenge at one of my ultimate favorite haunts, Papertrey Ink. I jumped into Monday today and made my card for the contest. I'd love, love, love to get a GC because my wish list adds up to about $1390...so I'll need help chipping away at it.

Since I don't own too many texts that were included in the tutorial by Erin, I made do with what I had. This card will end up among the others I made for the hubby's in my Scout pack that graciously bought boxes of chocolates from my son for their wives. The wives get a box of See's candies and a Jen-made card and my son gets to go to Science camp.


What I Used: Up, Up & Away Sentiments Stamp Set by PaperTrey Ink (PTI), Up Up & Away Stamp Set (PTI), Sweet Love (PTI), Everyday Button Bits (PTI), Felt (PTI) with PTI Cloud Die Cut, Heart Embellishment from Michael's, pink shimmer cardstock from Bazzill, printed scrap paper from My Little Shoebox.
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