Friday, March 25, 2016

March 2016 Papertrey Ink Blog Hop

Today is Papetrey Ink's March 2016 Blog Hop. I stitched "hello" using Papertrey Ink's Quick Stitch Sentiments hello die in Rustic Cream Twine (more visible in person, especially because of the texture). The pattern is stamped with lots of flowers from Peonies On Parade, then colored with Distress Markers (Spun Sugar, Tattered Rose and Squeezed Lemonade) then masked  and stamped with the lace stamp from Waltzingmouse Stamps Faux Fun with Ranger Coffee Archival Ink, then the background was painted with Stormy Seas ink smooshed on nonstick craft mat applied with an aqua brush.

15 comments:

Cindy O said...

Pretty background and love your stitching with rustic twine!

Patti said...

Beautiful card! the coloring is just stunning! : ) I love how you stitched the hello on the front - just precious.

Patti

Gina said...

Such a pretty card. The background is beautiful. Love it!!

lainey said...

When I first looked at this I thought you used pattern paper for your background because it looks good enough to be pattern paper! Beautiful card and I love the colors you used.

Connie MacFarlane said...

This is beautiful!That is a lot of colouring, I love the peony stamp set. I also love the stitched sentiment - great job!

Joyously Noelle said...

Wow lovely background!

Joyce said...

This is beautiful. Love your background stamping and your stitched hello.

Kathy Mc said...

Great color combination for your background. No doubt, it real life your stitched sentiment really adds texture. Just lovely!

Marcia HIll said...

Beautiful, beautiful card...love it!! :0)

Betty Wright said...

Love your colors and coloring! Great sentiment stitch detailing, too!

Marybeth said...

Beautiful stamped background and great idea to stitch the sentiment!

Leigh Penner said...

Beautiful!

A Crafty Person said...

Wonderful card. Your background is gorgeous and I love the scrip "HELLO"

Jacquie Southas said...

The peonies are gorgeous and I love the stitched sentiment!

Miriam Prantner said...

What a fantastic print you created here! This looks amazing!