Saturday, September 26, 2015

PTI MIM

I don't have a PTI sentiment stamp really big enough for the MIM technique.  Striped coverplates are also missing from my collection. However, I was determined to enter the challenge, so had to make do with what I have.  Check out Danielle's video to see her great examples.  White cardstock is pretty cheap so I just stamped on the white panel & then lined up the strips (after white embossing) & trimmed it to size. Couldn't resist adding some white paint splatters. Love the flowers in the Twig Wreath set which I cut from this pretty rose felt & attached with old black square brads.  Fortunately I had rose colored cardstock that was a pretty good match to the felt.
Not sure about this sentiment, but I do believe good self esteem is important for all of us. Heading for a visit to my sister's this week, so won't have much computer time. Hubby & Fritz will keep the home fires burning & I'll catch up with you when I can.  

16 comments:

  1. Your make do approach turned out beautifully!! I love the felt blooms. PTI's autumn rose is so pretty. Have a wonderful time with your sister!

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  2. Oh wow! This is absolutely fabulous!! Love the splatters too ... Beautiful card!

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  3. Lovely - I always love felt flowers! Jo x

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  4. Very creative of you to improvise and it came out just perfect. Love the felt flowers and matching cardstock. Have a lovely time with your sister.

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  5. Fabulous graphic card Greta, love how bold and beautiful it is.

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  6. Gorgeous! I love the sentiment using this technique and the felt flowers are so pretty!

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  7. great take on the MIM technique, greta!! fabulous clean and graphic design!

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  8. The black stripes and pretty pink flowers make this card so gorgeous, Greta! And, a perfect sentiment for the finishing touch!:-)

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  9. This turned out really nicely, Greta! Your cards are always so well designed. I am in a bit of slump. I get ideas in my head and then don't like them once I start. Sandy Allnock had a great video on her blog and I swear she was talking to me. So many supplies and doing nothing:) Yep!

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  10. Gorgeous Greta!
    I must give this technique a try!!
    TFS~

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  11. I really like this card, Greta! The black/ white stands out perfectly with the rose coloured cs and the roses!

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  12. WOW, Greta, this is bold & beautiful!
    Love the striking color combination & design.

    Enjoy your visit with your sister.

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  13. Your 'adaptation' of this technique scores 12/10 in my books, my friend! Classy and sophisticated!
    Hugs~c

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  14. Such a pretty color combination :) I love this gorgeous beauty :)

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