Friday, May 25, 2012

PTI Blog Hop- Green, White and Black

Hi Friends!  Its PTI blog hop day!  You can find all the details here on Nichole's blog.  This time it was a color/photo challenge featuring green, black and white.  I really like this color scheme.  Here is what I came up with:
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I used New Leaf cardstock as the base.  I stamped the argyle pattern in New Leaf and black using PTI's A Little Argyle.  I added a strip of black and white polka dot (from the black and white pattern paper pack) cut with the medium scallop die.  Next comes a length of New Leaf twill ribbon.  I used a fillable frame on top and then followed with a sentiment from Waltzingmouse stamps.  The flower buttons are from Doodlebug.  Random bling from my stash.

16 comments:

merry said...

Beautiful! It looks so fresh, I am now loving this color combo!

Rebecca Deeprose said...

Great crisp, fresh card! Love the use of the sentiment tag too!

Sonia said...

LOVE that you used A Little Argyle...looks so cool!

Leigh said...

Fabulous stamping, Michele! That argyle is perfect!

Marybeth said...

Very pretty stamped background, Fresh and clean!

Rhonda said...

You made a beautiful bkgrd Michele. They are hard to do.

Lisa said...

What a pretty fresh summery card!

victoria h said...

Lovely patterns and sentiment

Quip1320 said...

Love the argyle and those little buttons are WAY too cute!

Jennifer K said...

Such a pretty card - those little flower buttons are so perfect!

Anne said...

Great card. Love how you used the argyle pattern.

Pam W Merwin said...

Love the argyle and the dotted paper!

Tracey McNeely said...

Lovely card, your argyle stamping is fantastic!

Karen C. said...

I always like the argyle stamp when I see it and then wonder why I haven't added to my shopping list!! I love the look of green and black argyle on your card and the cute dotted scallop border.

Paulette Still said...

Pretty. Kwas just looking at that background paper thinking I might have some, and so cool that you stamped it.

Jean said...

Love your card ~ especially the scalloped polka dot border and the "blingy" buttons!