Wednesday, January 9, 2013

PTI's Make It Monday

Good evening! I'm back after the fall/winter long-haul at work.  The run from mid-November to December is absolute insanity. I didn't even think about trying to blog.  But I really missed it and promised myself to get back to it in the new year.

Thus, here I am!

I was cruising through the blogosphere yesterday and stumbled across this week's Make it Monday Challenge over on Nichole Heady's blog.  I always love the cards she makes with this incredible rainbow patterns, whether die cut or stamped.  She made this week's challenge a how-to on using these patterns and even supplied us with a few tried and true color combos! Score!

I pulled out one of my scalloped dies and went to town.  I added some score tape and glitter to give it a little pizazz and a simple light gray sentiment.

Sorry for the non-chatty post. I have so much to say, but am lacking in energy. Still suffering from a bit  of jet lag (hello Australia!) from my winter break adventure. More on that to come. :)

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps- PTI: Inside & Out- Thank You
Paper- Whisper White, Soft Stone, Pure Poppy, Orange Zest, Summer Sun, Ripe Avocado, Ocean Tides
Ink-Going Gray
Accessories- glitter, dimensionals, score tape


  1. I love the look of your blog, It's so fresh and clean looking. I also love and have the book you are reading, and just posted a card with one of Mother Teresa’s quotes.
    Ok, now to your card. Its gorgeous , bright and happy! Beautiful!

  2. Very cool card, Kristina! I love this technique looks using those dies!

  3. Yeah, a Kristina post :) Just love your take on the rainbow challenge!! Touch of glitter is perfect! Can't wait to see some pics and hear some stories about your trip!!!

  4. Beautiful rainbow all glittered up. the simple Thank you at the bottom is perfect with the bold color scheme and overall design.

  5. yes! just added your button! :) i'm excited to start in your world of card making & stamping :)

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