Monday, March 25, 2013

altering PP and sequins (PTI, PP, ATCAS, SSS)

Love, love, love sequins - they're like bling's mailable cousin.  So of course I had to hop along with the Papertrey blog hop this month.
A few weeks ago, Jen R. created a card using confetti like an abacus and I told her that made me think of sequins on a line.  I put 'em on a stick pin here and finally got around to the line now!


Actually still playing with PP after the Online Class Pattern Play.  Paper piecing (stamping on PP) is really another way of altering PP like we learned on Day 4.

And I'm playing at Addicted to CAS where the theme is Spring as well as Simon Says Stamp where the theme is Easter/Spring.  Don't the lovebirds just seem to come out of the woodwork in the spring.  And these colors are definitely springy.

Happy hopping.



Supplies you're engaged:
Paper: CS Bringmann, PP MME
Stamps: PTI
Ink :Hero Arts, Versafine
Tools:  square dies Sizzix, scissors
Other: sequins, thread, glue dots, Cutter Bee









27 comments:

  1. Maria I just love that little banner you made with sequins.

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  2. Cute, cute, cute! Love the banner.

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  3. Crazy cute! Love those strung sequins!

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  4. Bling's mailable cousin ... love it! Yes they are.

    So, when I read about this month's hop to use sequins, my first thought was to your card with the sequins on the stick pin. I just loved that one! Was hoping you'd play to see what else you'd come up with. The sequins look fantastic hanging out on your line! And, so funny how our Polaroid designs are so similar, yet different : )

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  5. Adorable! Love that you have the sequins on the birdies' line - so cute.

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  6. This is too sweet for words - love it!

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  7. great use of pp on your adorable card

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  8. Such a fun string of sequins!

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  9. Maria, what a DARLING card! Beautifully done!

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  10. Sooooo cute!!! The birdies are sweet as can be and the string of sequins is absolutely awesome!

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  11. This is fabulous, Maria! I love the sequin string, and the his & hers papers for the birdies. I've just finished my last pattern play lesson (been away for the weekend, so catching up now). Hasn't it been a great class?

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  12. I love the movement here Maria~this is wonderful!

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  13. Pinned. Perfect. So heartbreakingly sweet, except that the shock of colored "hair" on the tops of their adorable kissing heads makes me sig with a giggle! You are rocking the PP, Maria!! This is going in my book of All Time Faves!!

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  14. Maria, the sequins on the wire is such a clever idea! This inspires me to get out the sequins next time I'm scrapbooking or cardmaking. BTW thanks so much for your comments - I'm so glad you stopped by! Happy Easter!

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  15. Your lovebirds are adorable! I love how yoou used the sequins! Thank you for joining us at ATCAS!

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  16. Maria, this is awesome!! I'm so glad I could inspire you to create such a beauty. The birds are so sweet, and I love the pastel colors- perfect for Spring!!

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  17. What a lovely card – the colours you used are wonderful. Thank you for joining us over at the Simon Says Challenge. Happy Spring wishes, Dawny x

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  18. Such a gorgeous card, I love your soft subtle colours and fabulous design - your little birds are delightful!!

    Thanks for joining us with Simon Says Stamp challenge,
    hugs
    Heather xx

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  19. This card is adorable, Maria! I love how you put the sequins on a string, such a fun look!

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  20. Ooh, this is so sweet, Maria, love how you've used the PPs and the string of sequins is inspired! Anita :)

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  21. when i saw this challenge, reislingmama came to mind instantly ;)
    LOVE the stringed sequins...beautiful

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  22. A cute and clever engagement card. Thanks for playing along with us at Addicted to CAS. Caz

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