Monday, January 9, 2012



Saw this in the Pottery Barn book.


Happy Monday! :) I was looking through the Pottery Barn catalog for kids, and saw this on the chair , thought I can make that into a card. Hope this will be ok for the MIM challenge. 
It is in the background!  I was going to personalize it and thought no, then I would have to make 11 this way I only have to make 3 one for each house of my grandchildren. I think its kinda cute! EVERYTHING is Papertrey Ink!!!  Take care.

17 comments:

  1. Oh I agree Marybeth it's as cute as can be! What a fun idea and the Pottery Barn version is so sweet!

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  2. Love how the picture caught your eye and you just knew it would be a cute card! Mission complete!

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  3. Love it. So cute and a great clean look.

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  4. Definitely so cute. Drawing inspiration from Pottery Barn catalogs is one of my favourite passtimes. Well done.

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  5. I love PB--we are advanced to PB Teen now! Great inspiration, and super cute card.

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  6. What a cute card...just perfect!!

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  7. OK...
    still have tears in my eyes...
    but this is just gorgeous!
    The inspiration photo is gorgeous...
    but love the card more...
    so creative! :)

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  8. Love your ideas, love your card!

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  9. What an adorable card. Isn't it great when we are inspired by our surroundings? Can't wait to try this technique.

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  10. Really cute! Love it Marybeth!!

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  11. I really like this, very pretty ;)

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  12. I really like this, very pretty ;)

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  13. Oh wow, I LOVE this. It is such a great take on the pottery barn pic and you did such a good job turning that pic into a card. Really great idea!

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  14. Love this card. The white and red is so crisp and clean.

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  15. Beautiful card, so crisp and simple Marybeth.
    http://dianamlsrson.blogspot.com/

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  16. Awesome, Marybeth! Very clever use of the heart border die. Looks excatly like the inspirational picture. Love it :)

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