Friday, February 25, 2011

Papertrey Ink February Blog Hop Challenge



It's time for the Papertrey Ink Blog Hop!  For February, the challenge was to play with scallops.  I decided to be practical this month and combine this challenge with my daughter's birthday party Saturday--so the treat bags have some scallops!  I actually made 10 of these in all, here are two of them:

Party Time!


I used  the large PTI scallop border, then flipped it over and die cut again to make the scalloped strip, then added some ribbon.  I also used the Nestabilities Big Scallop Circles to cut the center piece, and of course I had to use Tiny Treats Birthday!  Here is a close up of my daughter's bag:
I added a twine bow and we had some goody bags!  I made each one different because I had to try out as many Tiny Treats images as possible!

Stamps:  Tiny Treats Birthday (PTI)
Ink:  Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Cardstock:  Kraft, Stamper's Select White (PTI)
Patterned Paper:  American Girl (EK Success)
Accessories:  Ribbon, Twine (PTI); Copic Markers

Now my older daughter K (not the one having a birthday party tomorrow) also wanted to try the challenge:


Soaring By to Say Hi
She had so much fun making the scalloped grass!

Stamps:  Everyday Button Bits (PTI)
Ink:  Rich Cocoa (Memento)
Cardstock:  Blueberry Sky, Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, Vintage Cream (PTI)
Accessories:  Buttons (PTI)

Thanks so much for stopping by our blog today!  I can't wait to hop and see everyone's creations (after the birthday party of course!)

Have a wonderful weekend!

Chris

8 comments:

  1. Super cute bags and card! Great job! ♥♥♥

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  2. Very nice. I loved the decorated bags. What a neat idea .

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  3. Nice way to dress up a gift bag. And tell K, her card is wonderful and to keep creating. Love the scallops for the ground below. I often wonder what we look like when balloons pass over our hills here. Maybe they look like scallops!

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  4. Those gift bags are so fun! Love that scalloped grass too!

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  5. cute! great work (both of you).

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  6. Such cute projects! The scallops are a great festive touch on the gift bags. Your daughter did a wonderful job with the challenge! My 5 yo daughter loves to craft with me, too.

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  7. The card is super cute! I love how you used buttons on the balloons!

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