It’s the last day of Papertrey Ink’s 7th Anniversary Celebration, and I was able to play along on their Day 7 Challenge.

The challenge is to make a project with stripes.  I thought this patterned paper from Papertrey Ink’s “Father Knows Best” Collection was a fun way to incorporate those stripes on a card.

This card will also play along in the PTI’s Day 1 Color and Sketch Challenge and this week’s Mod Squad Challenge:

Happy Crafting!

Stamps: PTI Boutique Borders: Birthday

Papers: PTI Summer Sunrise, Scarlet Jewel, Hawaiian Shores; Raspberry Fizz and Father Knows Best Patterned Paper

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: Spellbinders Nestabilities Tear Drop Circles Dies; Grosgrain Ribbon; Prima; Rhinestone

11 Responses to “Papertrey Ink’s 7th Anniversary Day 7”

  1. Hi Susan, really liking the pattern paper you chose for the card, and the bright pops of the color on the half doilies. Love the layout & design. Great use of the S/B teardrop. Must remember that! TFS & Hugs

  2. Love this design! Great way to use up some designer paper. I’ll have to keep it in mind, because I certainly have some designer paper to use up.

  3. What a pretty design, Susan…I love the paper you used in the background and the stacked doilies at the top are such a beautiful detail!!!!

  4. Love how you layered scalloped circles. Lovely card!

  5. Another very pretty card! Wonderful design!!

  6. very cute, love the layering at top!!

  7. Love your card, Susan! Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to play along with any of the PTI anniversary challenges this year.

  8. Beautiful color combinations Susan, the paper does look like stripes.

    Hugs diane

  9. Your layering is so beautiful!

  10. All of your PTI challenge cards have been great, and this card has a familiar look! I still have a piece of that dsp in my stash somewhere too 🙂 I love that big metal brad and scored panels on the previous post too! Well done on all!

  11. Love the bold colors of your half doilies mixed with the pattern on your DP – a great card!

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