Thursday, April 25, 2013

April 2013 Blog Hop

Hello Friends.  Love to play along with Papertrey Ink's challenges and monthly blog hops, and this month's blog hop was to create a card on a diagonal.  After looking through all my PTI stamps, I realized I hadn't inked up my "Spring Hills" set yet, so that was my challenge for myself and I LOVE what I came up with!  Take a look:


I love what a simple, clean, and one layer card it turned out to be!  I simply stamped the house 3 times on a diagonal, then masked the houses so I could stamp the trees, added the flowers, and then colored the trees and flowers with a few Copics.  I stamped the "Love" sentiment repeatedly underneath the houses and then sponged the clouds above the houses.  Easy peasy, and I think this would make a great wedding or even new house card! :0)

Thanks for stopping by and I'll be back tomorrow with another entry for this weeks Make it Monday challenge...I'm LOVING the Perfect Pearls technique! :0)

11 comments:

  1. Oh, so sweet! I love, love, love it!

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  2. Those you may say this is C&S, we know that you put a bit of work into this! Now this is what I think Nichole had in mind for a Tilt Challenge! Very nice!

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  3. I really like how this turned out. Very creative!

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  4. Wow! I really love this card! Masking your houses made it so much more real - great job!

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  5. Love the trees peeking from behind the houses - great masking - such a fun card!

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  6. Oh now THIS is cute! I love the sweet little neighborhood you created!!

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  7. Marcia, this is a brilliant way to stamp the Hills set and do it on a slant! Beautiful cloudy sky too!

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  8. An ADORABLE little "tilted" neighborhood! Love the fluffy cloudy sky and the blooming trees and flowers. Perfect sentiment choice, TOO!

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  9. So in love with this one! Those houses look fantastic on an angle like that! Lovely clouds, too.

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