Monday, March 14, 2016

Blended and Stenciled Background



Playing along in this Papertrey Ink challenge.
I always seem to find some time on Monday mornings to do some stamping. ( or I make the time)


So many projects to be inspired by. 
I chose Kay Miller because I wanted to use my Folk stamp set and I lover her beautiful stitched tray. 
I tried to keep the colors the same.



I hope you are all doing well. We kinda had a quiet weekend but kept busy, lots of spring yard trimming. Plenty to get done before Easter. I decided to help my husband this time. 

I will be doing it often so hope you don’t mind. I also love the stencil that came with the mini kit. The simple leaves are just enough without being too much.

Thanks for stopping by today!

The Great Divide along with a Goodbye!


35 comments:

  1. Beautiful as always! I love the way you used the Fancy Folk Art collection! I thought about the same stamp set when I was scrolling through the projects! :-)

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  2. Stunning card, Marybeth! That is one stamp I don't have from PTI...you always make it look so fresh and gorgeous!! thanks for sharing at Seize the Birthday! And I hope you have a great week!!

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  3. This is so pretty Marybeth! Love those sweet flowers! Have a great week! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  4. Oh my, what a beautiful card Marybeth!!

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  5. This so pretty, Marybeth. That stencilled background just adds that extra little something.

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  6. Oh I'm so honored that you chose my project to recreate! And such a beautiful job you did too! Your card is so lovely! I still love that set so much, and seeing how you used it makes me want to get it out again!

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  7. Absolutely beautiful Marybeth, and I love that background! So soft and subtle, but absolutely perfect for that pop of color with your flowers...love it!! :0)

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  8. Totally beautiful Marybeth, so soft and feminine. love it.

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  9. What a pretty card! The background and subtle stenciling is perfect. It's a great technique that adds so much!

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  10. Great take on your inspiration, just lovely!

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  11. Oh Marybeth I wouldn't mind seeing that technique often! What a gorgeous card!!
    =]

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  12. woow, this is amazing! Really gorgeous!! :)

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  13. Beautiful Marybeth! who would get tired of seeing this soft technique done again and again!! I love that pretty leaf stencil too!! I did not order the mini kit but I keep seeing such tremendous creations using it I find it has moved to my wish list!! : )

    Have a wonderful day!

    Patti

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  14. A beautiful card Marybeth, I love Fancy Folk art and you used it perfectly here!

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  15. Marybeth, this is just as beautiful as Kay's stitching. I love your sweet flowers and elegant style.

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  16. Oh, I love your subtle background! The addition of the stenciled leaves looks fantastic. And I adore those Folk Art blooms!

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  17. So pretty! I love those sweet folk art blooms!

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  18. So pretty! I love those sweet folk art blooms!

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  19. Such a soft pretty card, Marybeth. I should try that stamp set again now that I have the Misti. I could never get them lined up right.

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  20. Beautiful card, Marybeth! Love how you were inspired!

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  21. Elegant and so beautiful, Marybeth ... your folk art bouquet is such a lovely take on Kay's pretty tray! Hugs, Anita :)

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  22. Love your background! It is so beautifully subtle, just right. And the lovely Folk stamp set never gets old! Beautiful colors and gorgeous script on the sentiment!

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  23. Gorgeous Marybeth! Lovely soft background.

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  24. You made Kay proud with this folk art beauty, Marybeth. That subtle background stencil really enhances your images. Just lovely!

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  25. Gorgeous bouquet of flowers and great background! Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday!

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  26. Such a great card! Great colors and so beautifully put together!!

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  27. So pretty! I love the piece that inspired you, too.

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  28. Your card so beautifully represents Kay's inspiration piece, Marybeth :-)

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