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Papertrey April Blog Hop Challenge

April 25, 2013

I’m back again with Papertrey Ink’s April Blog Hop Challenge and this time, we are going for tilted!

PTI-BlogHop-Apr13

Unknowingly, I ended up using red, white and blue for my card! I stamped the “Thank You” using Big Bold Wishes and fussy cut the sentiment out.

Love the effect 🙂

I then stamped some stripes diagonally across the card base and adhered the sentiment at an angle parallel to the navy stripes. Then I blinged it up with some rhinestones.

Red, White and Blue

Certainly one of the simplest card I’ve made. I think I’ll go fussy cut a few more of these sentiments!

Get Well Wishes – Supplies:
Cardstock: PTI (white) Vellum
Stamps: PTI (Big Bold Wishes) Neat & Tangled (On the Strip 2)
Ink: PTI (True Black, Enchanted Evening, Pure Poppy)
Others: Kaisercraft (Rhinestones)

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30 Responses to “Papertrey April Blog Hop Challenge”


  1. This is awesome!! I can’t believe you fussy cut that sentiment. I think they should make a die for it now. LOL!

  2. laurafadora Says:

    Holy fussy cutting! Amazing job! Stripes are out of this world!

  3. Laurie W. Says:

    Amazing!! I am totally diggin the stripes!! 🙂

  4. Nina Yang Says:

    You fussy cut the sentiment out by hand? Well, Pamela, you are amazing!

  5. Deena Says:

    That sentiment looks amazing!!! Great job!

  6. Leigh Penner Says:

    Wonderful card! I love how you cut out your sentiment– it looks fabulous!

  7. Irma Says:

    Fabulous card! Perfect fussy cutting and perfect colour combination! – Irma

  8. Marybeth Says:

    This is bold and gorgeous !


  9. Good golly, that’s some impressive fussy cutting! Love the effect though!

  10. Nancy Penir Says:

    You can ‘fussy cut’ for me anytime! Wow. Impressive design, color scheme (definitely a red, white and blue gal), beyond great striping!

  11. Jenny M Says:

    Your fussy cutting is ah..mazing!!! do you use a craft knife?? you must do!!! Just adore the stamped stripes too .


  12. This is stunning! Amazing fussy cutting on that sentiment I might add!

  13. Joyce M. Says:

    This is sheer genius. What a great design.

  14. Karen Walker Says:

    Fabulous card! The fussy cutting was definitely worth it!

  15. Kara Says:

    that is some serious cutting!! well worth it..love your card!!

  16. Lindsey Says:

    What an incredible bold card. I cannot believe you fussy cut that sentiment…it’s perfect!

  17. Chunyuan Says:

    amazing fussy cutting!! What do you use to cut? love the double diagonal stripes.

  18. Kate Temple Says:

    A-ma-zing!!! How do you do that cutting??? Gorgeous!!


  19. Wow, I can’t imagine fussy cutting that sentiment properly – you’ve got some mad skills! 🙂 This is a great graphic card!

  20. Monika/buzsy Says:

    Fabulous card. Love the fussy cut greeting!

  21. Kristii Says:

    Way fun!! I love it!!! So bold and absolutely fabulous!

  22. Jacquie Says:

    Amazing graphic gorgeousness (not sure if that is a word) – love the bold lines and amazing fussy cutting on the sentiment!

  23. Barbara Martin Says:

    Love those bold stripes! And your fussy cutting skills are amazing!!

  24. janelle Says:

    WoW! Liking the combined angles & the fussy cutting was worth it. Great card!

  25. Jennifer K Says:

    Bold and striking – total love!

  26. taheerah Says:

    This is just so awesome Pamela!! It reminds me of a flag – a bold and stylish one of course!!


  27. This is amazing! Your fussy cutting is incredible!

  28. Lorena Says:

    This is simply perfect, Pamela! No wonder you’re a Stamping Royalty! xoxo

  29. Shay Says:

    What a stunning card and as everyone has said your skills at cutting are really amazing.


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