Papertrey Blog Hop

This month’s blog hop is all about flowers. I recently found a pinterest post for ric-rac flowers (original post). I had to make them immediately. I never do that – make something as soon as it inspires me.

These flowers were actually pretty simple to make – all 3 took 15 minutes and they are the first three I’ve ever made! I used PTI’s small Ric-Rac die and Melon felt.

I also broke out my Sending You set and die for the first time.

Thanks for stopping by!

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All supplies Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Sending You; Off Beat Backgrounds (WMS);
Colors: Melon Berry (SU Groovy Guava ink), Simply Chartreuse (SU Kiwi Kiss ink), White;
Other: Melon Bitty Dot DSP, Melon felt, Chartreuse ribbon, Ric-Rac die, Sending You die; scallop border punch (EK);

24 thoughts on “Papertrey Blog Hop

  1. Wow. I love those little flowers. The ric-rac gives the petals such a nice shape. And that homemade plaid paper? Love that too.

  2. LOVE it!
    Those flowers are fabby…
    and I’m so going to look for those instructions and make some!!
    Your colors are gorgeous…
    love that plaid!!

  3. Gorgeous! This is one of my favorite hop cards! I adore your colors and patterns (LOVE the plaid) and your flowers are stunning!

  4. Oh, this is so soft and sweet!! What a great card this is!! Love the colors you used and that patterned paper is so pretty here! Great!
    Hugs, Wendy

  5. First of all, I have to comment on this beautiful muted card! I LOVE LOVE…..did I say LOVE those roses? I never thought to use the rick rack die to make some! I’m going to go try this! I also like the muted colors with the plaid….just so incredibly pretty! Second, I wanted to thank you for the super sweet comment on my blog hop card! That really means alot! 🙂

  6. Beautiful card! I like the colors used to make it. And your flowers are gorgeous! I will definitely have to try using the rick rack die next time to build some.

  7. How beautiful, Karen! I adore these colors, those felt ric-rac flowers (WOW–thanks for posting a link to how to do them!), and your ribbons, trim and sewing! One of the prettiest cards in the Hop, for sure!

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