Sunday, November 25, 2012

PTI November Blog Hop

Two cards and a tag for the PTI Blog Hop using two sketch challenges.
I focused on two of the most colorful book covers for the cards.
They would have also worked for last month's blog hop using 
nontraditional Christmas colors.


For this card I focused on the pink, yellow and lavender in the Liars cover.
I also used the sketch from the Paper Players.


Supplies ~
Stamp: PTI Holiday Button Bits
Paper: PTI White, Plum Pudding, Aqua Mist, Raspberry Fizz, & Hibiscus Burst
Ink:  PTI Royal Velvet
Dies:  Double-Ended Banners & Christmas Tree
Additional Supplies:  PTI Peace Be Still & Linen Impression Plates,
Washi Tape (Silver) & Rhinestones - LCS

For the next one I focused on the red and teal in the Weekend cover.
I used the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch.

Supplies ~ 
Stamp:  PTI Signature Christmas
Paper:  PTI White, Hawaiian Shores & Pure Poppy Pattern Pack
Ink:  SU Real Red
Dies: PTI In the Meadow Silhouettes
Additional Supplies: Washi Tapes & Rhinestones - LCS

 For the tag I used the colors in the Stacy Clark book.

Supplies ~ 
Paper:  SU Pacific Point
Dies:  PTI Tag Sale # 6
Additional Supplies:  PTI Autumn Rose Button, 
Washi Tapes, Twine & Rhinestones - LCS

Thanks so much for hopping by!


  1. love the colour blocked christmas tree

  2. Love both your cards. Beautiful!- Irma

  3. I love the diagonal splashes of color second card! So glad to see you at CAS(E) this Sketch!

  4. Love all your bling! Wonderful job on your cards!

  5. What a great idea to use diagonal stripes on your Christmas tree die cut, all the decoration is done for you! Now if they only came like that in real life : )

  6. How productive and creative you were with this blog hop challenge, Jean! You nailed it and I adore your trees!!

  7. Both great cards, Jean! Love the blingy die-cut trees & the fabulous debossed background on the first. Thanks for playing along with The Paper Players. :)

  8. Both cards are stunning! I love the use of the multi-colored bling! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

  9. Two great cards! I love the first one with the snowflakes embossed turned around. Great effect!

  10. Popping back to thank you for the love and good wishes. Our colds are FINALLY abating! It has dragged on ... hopefully that means no more of them this winter!