Monday, July 25, 2016

Papertrey July Blog Hop Challenge


I'm playing along with the Papertrey July Blog Hop Challenge.

Nichole provided us with this lovely inspiration photo.
(This is my kind of photo.)
I was inspired by the pretty curtains & colors.
And, the curtain rod provided the final piece of inspiration for my card.

Stamps:  (PTI)-Noted, Irresistibly Ikat, Heart-2-Heart #4
Inks:  (PTI)-Melon Berry, Aqua Mist; VersaMark
Dies:  (PTI)-Rounded Labels Collection; (LI)-Stitched Rectangles
Other:  White Embossing Powder, Hemp Cord, Sequins, Foam Adhesive

(YAY, it's raining!  We definitely need it.)

Thanks for your visit.
Have a lovely day.


Betty said...

the way you interpretated the inspiration photo is fantastic - never would have thought of looking at the curtain rod for inspiration - wonderful card, Martha!!

Dawn@Petals.Paper.SimpleThymes said...

What a striking card, Martha! I absolutely love your graphic design and use of white space. ♡

Rosemary said...

totally gorgeous design, Martha!! love how the photo inspired your card!!

Kim Heggins said...

Just so your sweet card.

Jacquie Southas said...

Beautiful card - I love the black twine bow!

Joyously Noelle said...

Oooo what a lovely card! Love the graphic look.

Greta said...

Great way to turn the inspiration photo into a card, Martha--love this!

Cat Craig said...

Fantastic take on the inspiration photo Martha. Love the bold color.

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love this! Fabulous take on the inspiration photo!

Petra Swart said...

Oh, you had the perfect stamps to use for the inspiration you got from the beautiful curtains, Martha - and you even used the rod as inspiration, too!!!!! - so clever, my friend!!! The colours are so beautiful!!!! This is such a lovely card with a great CAS feel!!!

samantha's cards said...

I love this!

Diana K said...

Oh, lucky you had Ikat to play with. :) You made a gorgeous clean and fresh card, as usual, Martha. Love your style so much!

Joyce said...

What a fantastic take on the inspiration photo. Love how you were able to get two totally different graphic patterns on your card without making the card too busy at all.