Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Gingham Ombre



One more card for MIM, that I made a few days ago.

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Hello, I made this second card on Monday. 
 Yesterday was spent at my daughters house (the one with the 6 children) We made Papertrey Ink Tinsel and Tag snow globe ornaments with the girls. Two of the girls wanted to make more than one. Funny, our GD with down syndrome made her own  globe and did a beautiful job but she was done after one.  Delaney always gives everything a try but once and then she is done! She just makes me laugh, they all do. I never had a free moment to even a single picture . Sorry!

This card was made with an oldie stamp set from Papertrey Ink  and a favorite Christmas sentiment. Then I added a bit of liquid gold pen to the star and trunk. The tree is made of three layers.

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19 comments:

  1. I love this! Awesome use of your stamps!

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  2. Beautiful. The gingham looks for fabulous.

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  3. So pretty! Love the gingham background and sweet tree with a touch of gold!

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  4. Oh so sweet! I just love this little PTI tree! Beautiful background! :)

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  5. I love the gingham and that's my favorite tree! What fun to make the snow globes with your granddaughters! I'm sure they will carry that memory with them all their lives!

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  6. Marybeth your day with your daughter and grandchildern sounds so magical. How sweet are you to teach them to make such wonderful creations. I was going to ask you for photos long before I read that you did not take any, but you have all the sweet and wonderful memories. I love your card and have to agree that sentiment is just so precious, love that gold trunk too.

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  7. So pretty, Marybeth! I love the colours you used and your stamping is
    impeccable.

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  8. The gingham background is perfect with the country feel of the tree Marybeth!

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  9. Super SWEET card Marybeth, love the pinks in the background! Sounds like a wonderful day with the girls, would love to see their ornaments!

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  10. Love that pretty gingham with your festive tree! Love the touches of gold too!!! I made my first snow globe last week and love them!!!! So fun!!
    I bet it was a wonderful day for you all! Hugs!

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  11. Wow Marybeth, this turned out beautifully. Love it. Thanks for your well wishes for Colleen and me on our Hawaii trip. Getting beyond excited.

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  12. Love the ombre look with the gingham. I never would have thought of using that. Your day with your grand daughters sounds fabulous! What a fun craft day it must have been.

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  13. A gorgeous card, looks so pretty with the gingham background

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  14. Awwww! I can just picture all that snow globe creating : ) You are so blessed to have such a wonderful family!

    Your card is sweet. This challenge stumped me! LOL You did a fantastic job!

    Patti

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  15. Loved both of your ombre cards! This one with the festive tree is so sweet. I finally got that sentiment with my last PTI order. I had wanted it for ages and kept forgetting to add it to an order. Glad you got to have some crafty time with the grandkids. Sorry there aren't any photos though--bet their creations were adorable!

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  16. What a fantastic idea to use gingham for the ombre. It makes the perfect backdrop for your stunning tree. Love the gold at the top and bottom of your tree, and also hearing about your day of crafting with your grand kids.

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  17. Oh good grief you rocked this!

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  18. Such a lovely card! The mixture of the gingham with the tree = perfection!

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