Papertrey Ink Blog Hop

Once again, it's time for the Papertrey Ink monthly blog hop and this month we are building bouquets with suggested color combos. Here is the photo inspiration and color combo I chose:

Isn't that bouquet gorgeous? I didn't have all of the colors in ink but between paper and ink, I think I covered all my bases. Here is my card:

I used the Fine Linen as the card base and a mat of Lavender Moon, impressed with the sheet music impression plate. The flowers are from the Natural Beauties set with a few very tiny flowers from a couple different sets thrown in. If you look carefully you can also see a couple of images from Ribbons and Bows added in, to reflect the ribbons you would find in a wedding bouquet.

It only took my three tries but I think I am happy with the end result! Enjoy hopping!

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Leigh said...

Pretty! I like how you stamped the sentiment over the flowers!

Jacquie Southas said...

Love the sheet music IP - perfect base for this lovely card!

Marcie Rhys said...

That's it! Another beautiful card made with the Natural beauties set. What a fabulous wedding bouquet. I love your distribution of colors, and the small flowers you included from other sets. The doily background makes the tussie-mussie dressed for a wedding. I'm using that beauties set next card I make.

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papercraftnut said...

Lovely card, Mary! I am a huge Papertrey fan but have never bought their stuff. Living in Canada means huge shipping fees so I've really just admired them from afar and drawn lots of inspiration from them. Can't wait to see your MTME projects this month! Tracy:)