Wednesday, December 26, 2018

PTI Blog Hop December '18


It's time for PTI's December Blog Hop, and we were inspired by this lovely photo.


Sweet!

Here's my card.


To Have and To Hold stamps together with Banner Style provided similar inspiration 
to the photo for my romantic wedding or anniversary card.

Play along all day on PTI's blog!

  


Direct links to stamps and dies in the PTI store are below.






18 comments:

  1. This is so beautiful, Nancy. I loved the inspiration photo this month, so delicate and lovely, and your card is perfect. Wish I could have played along, but it just isn't going to happen this month. Happy New Year!

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  2. How very beautiful Nancy. You have outdone yourself. What a perfect card for the inspiration photo. I love every element of it. Cheers.

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  3. Lovely! Great stamping of the green foliage and flowers all over your design. The pink is so sweet.

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  4. WOW...this turned out GORGEOUS Nancy! I love the cutout design and all that fabulous greenery and the soft and beautiful flowers...lovely, lovely card my friend!! :0)

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  5. Nancy this is Gorgeous!! This is just perfect for the inspiration photo!! Merry Christmas!!

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  6. What a beautiful creation Nancy! lots of stamping around the edges - love the heart vine around the cut out heart and the pretty banner sentiment!!

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  7. Another gorgeous Nancy, card. So beautiful. Hope you had a great Christmas with your family.

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  8. I don't own "To Have and To Hold," but it is so perfect for this challenge! Gorgeous card!

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  9. This is perfection, Nancy! Beautifully done! Hope you and yours had a wonderful Christmas! Sending Blessings for a Wonderful New Year!

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  10. Lovely card, Nancy! I love the stamp set and sentiment that you chose. Perfect for the challenge!

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  11. Totally love your card, Nancy! My favorite one!

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  12. This is so lovely and spring-like!

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  13. WOW, this is amazing!!! Perfect take on the inspiration!

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  14. Soon after Christmas, Japanese people start preparing for the year-end and New Year’s events.
    Compared to Christmas, many of these events are based on Japanese tradition and are deeply related to religion.
    The end-of-year party is called “bonenkai” in Japanese. “Bonen” means to forget (the worries of) the past year.
    People are busy with events on New Year’s Eve.

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  15. Wow Nancy! This is so beautiful. It looks just like the inspiration photo.

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  16. Yes....... Wow Nancy! Love the lacy edge of this beautiful heart card, so elegant!

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