Sunday, May 24, 2015


There is just something so bright and cheerful about a rainbow of colors all in one place.  I found this photo of scattered wooden blocks especially inspiring and thought it was a wonderful jumping point for a card!  You can stamp scattered images on a card front.  Use the colors to create stripes or backgrounds.  Die cut multiples of similar shapes in a rainbow of colors and adhere them in a unique pattern.  Splatter several colors of ink or paint onto your project.  Get creative and have fun with all of the options at your fingertips!

I didn't realize how much I love the rainbow effect on my cards until I saw the challenge, created my card!  And then looked at past card archives!

Here is my entry!

Papertrey card stock, sentiment stamp and background die! Colored with Copics.


Thank you for having a peek!

More shares from the past that never made it to my Happy Place!
Here they are now!
Most of my supplies are from Papertrey Ink!

Sunday, January 25, 2015

January PTI Blog Hop

Tropical Teal, Limeade Ice and Berry Sorbet card stock.  Berry Sorbet hearts are triple thick to give my card dimension. 

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Fun with Papertrey Ink's Button Bits!

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Another snap of my October PTI Blog Hop Challenge!

This is the color combo I chose!

PTI October Blog Hop Challenge!

The background was stamped with second generation of colors.  The only first generation was the dark Raspberry Fizz that the die cut was places semi strategically over!  The die cuts were adhered together to be 3D, but the fantastic thing is that they still lie flat for mailing purposes!  The Raspberry Fizz card stock at the top had the sentiment embossed before adhering to project!
Makes me think of the God's eyes we used to make in Sunday School with yarn!
Wish all of you a lovely week ahead!