Friday, February 25, 2011

PTI Blog Hop, Unscripted Sketches #95 & Make It Mondays




What a great sketch we have for you this week. Would be great as a scrapbook layout for certain. Now I wanted a little gift bag to slide a card or small gift into so I took a small kraft bag and used that as my canvas. I am also fitting in the Papertrey Ink Blog Hop which is to use scallops on your project. And I am also trying a Make-It Monday challenge by adding the scor-tape with glitter.


Most of my supplies are from Papertreyink. The paper with the musical score is Sweet Symphony designed by Dawn McVey a PTI Design Team member. Love it! I added a doily that a PTI forum friend sent me (but with the February release I will now be able to make my own doilies in whatever color I want.) I used my banner borders die to create the scallops and my double ended banner die for the banners. I added scor tape and glitter to give it a little bling as well as Tea Dye Duo ink to grunge up the edges of the cardstock. Going through my stash of hoarded items I found some Crate Paper Pink Plum rubons that matched my colors perfectly. And in my stash I also had some Japanese masking tape in the perfect shade of pink to match my Raspberry Fizz cardstock and the polka dots on the musical paper. Yeah, a great way to close the bag once I insert my little gift!




Hope you enjoyed today's project. Let me know if you decide to play along so I can see what you have done.




Ciao for now!



13 comments:

Lea L. said...

Very pretty! I love the doily! Great job! ♥♥♥

Rhonda said...

The music background is the perfect accent to this beauty.

Candy Bello said...

Very nice!

:)
Candy

lynn said...

so cute! your elements all blend together beautifully, angy:)

lynn said...

so cute! your elements all blend together beautifully, angy:)

Karin (Peppermintpatty) said...

very pretty!

Linda said...

Wow! You really pulled a lot together on this little beauty. Great job with those rub-ons. Love the colors!

Lisa V. said...

I love this. Great job with getting so many challenges in one card.

Terri said...

Nice job. I especially like the doily

Sharron said...

So pretty--love the music base and all the great details. What fun that you were able to combine challenges.

Nerina said...

Your doily here is so eye catching - I see lots of joy in your future when you can play around with any colour at any time! Your Japanese masking tape looks gorgeous in the mix too :0)!

Suzanne said...

So pretty!!!

Peggysuez said...

IU like the bright pink with the kraft, such a great contrast!

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