Papertrey Ink January Blog Hop

Happy Monday everyone!

For once in my life, I knew exactly what I wanted to make when I saw the inspiration picture for the Papertreyink January Blog Hop.

I started with heavyweight black cardstock and mixed a drop of Mermaid Lagoon reinker from the Tim Holtz distress line with texture paste. I used a stencil to create the circles. I used the Papertreyink Stamp a faire dies from the 1960s set and die cut several shapes in orange. I stamped the orange pieces in versamark with the cross hatch background stamp from that kit. After attaching a few of the shapes to different cardstock (including a birch piece from MME) I popped all the pieces up using dimensionals.

Thanks for stopping by! Have a fantastic day.

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  1. Wow, this is amazing! You really rocked this challenge with this fabulous card!

  2. Oh, this is so fun! You totally captured the inspiration photo with your card!

  3. You nailed the challenge with your colorful die-cuts. Hmm, guess I need to try the stencil and textured paste technique again. You got great results!

  4. Fabulous take on the challenge.

  5. Love your background and your orange shapes are perfect!

  6. Very cool take on the inspiration photo.

  7. Fantastic retro card Katherine. Love the texture paste and the vibrant colors. Great take on the photo.

  8. Such a cool take! Love the textured background.

  9. Great texture added to your card design with your stenciled background!

  10. Well, look at you! This is such a great take on the photo with your stenciled circles and fun design! Love this Katherine!

  11. Fabulous textures! Love the sentiment, which goes perfectly with the beachy feel of your card.

  12. What an awesome card! The sentiment is perfect!

  13. Your card perfectly matches the inspiration photo. Great job on the stenciled background and the orange shaped dies.

  14. Awesome card! Really cool background – I haven't had much luck with embossing paste. You captured the inspiration perfectly!

  15. I adore the intensity of color you were able to create! Great card!

  16. Love how this replicates the inspiration photo so perfectly – great idea to use texture paste…it looks so vivid against the black!

  17. Oh my gosh, we're twins! You really captured the inspiration photo with your shapes and colors, and added a sweet sentiment. Terrific card!

  18. This is amazing! My brain was blank when I first saw that inspiration, but you nailed it!

  19. Great interpretation of this month's blogh hop. Love your design.

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