4.25.2016

Papertrey April Blog Hop Challenge

Happy Hop Day!

Here is our inspiration photo for this month.


My daughter was inspired by the circles and had her card made it about 20 minuets =)


I thought her layered circles were wonderful.
PTI Set: Clipsters

I'm a fan of CAS and of graphic design. This photo inspired both.
I saw ink blending and did't make it much further than that =)
But I think it makes for great masculine cards.


I tried one with white lines and one without. After all that ink blending work I was nervous to draw on top of them! Then I was crazy and cut the second one =)


I also thought they have a fun 80's feel.
PTI Set: Clipsters

Happy hopping today!
Noelle






37 comments:

  1. Wow! Great look to all 3! And your daughter's is wonderful! Love how you got the translucent quality to each of yours!

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  2. Oh, these are all fabulous! Wonderful takes on the inspiration piece!

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  3. WOW, what a beautiful take on the inspiration photo.
    Your daughter's card is simply lovely.

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  4. You and your daughter both have fabulous cards! I love how your daughter combined her circles, and am totally in love with your blended circles and colors! Great job Noelle!! :0)

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  5. You both did great jobs with the inspiration, Noelle! You did a fabulous ink blended background and the sentiment you chose is just so perfect with it.

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  6. Your daughter created a great card! Love both of yours. Beautiful ink blending and love the designs.

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  7. I love them both, your daughters is fabulous! Oh my goodness your card and blending are gorgeous!

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  8. oh my goodness! I JUST love these!

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  9. Your ink blending and little white dashed lines completely capture the inspiration photo. Great cards!

    Katy

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  10. A great trio but my favorites are the second and last ones. The colors fits perfectly with the inspiration picture ! Just great.

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  11. So cool. Love the one where you added the dotted lines!

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  12. Awww,how sweet, you should have done a separate blog post to enter her in the drawing as well. She did wonderfully!

    And your card is beautiful!

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  13. And now I see you were able to link both cards....

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  14. Beautiful cards!! you are clever getting your daughter interested in papercrafting! : )

    You really aced this difficult challenge!

    Patti

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  15. Beautiful take on the challenge!!

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  16. Love all your cards, but your second one is such a super take on this challenge!

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  17. I love both your daughter's and your cards. Your second one is bang on with the inspiration pic.

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  18. Very nice! Love your daughter's card, too!

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  19. Love your daughter's design! So fantastic! Love your ink blending on both of your cards! Great and fab designs!

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  20. Great take on the inspiration photo - both of you!

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  21. Both cards are fantastic! Love the gradient of colors on both cards!

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  22. Your daughter did a great job with her card! Love your card too, especially with the white ink lines that you drew. Great interpretation of the challenge photo!

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  23. Such a lovely interpretation of the inspiration!! Perfect!

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  24. Okay, you both totally rocked this challenge! LOVE them!

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  25. That is great! Love the colorful circles.

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  26. You guys both did great! I really love your last card--the risk was worth it!

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  27. Great cards - can't decide if the first or last is my favorite!

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  28. Great take on the challenge, love the last one a lot!

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  29. Oh my gosh! These are all stunning! Your daughter did a terrific job- and yours are such a fabulous take on the inspiration!

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  30. Your daughter's card is lovely - what a great take on the inspiration pic. Love your blending on the next two cards...I'm always really nervous of stamping or drawing over the top of a background in case I ruin it!

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  31. Your daughter's card is FABULOUS--make sure you tell her I said so! Love it! And your card is just as fantastic! Great colors and design!

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  32. Great cards.. you both did a great. Were your lines done with emboss and then inked over? I guess you would have had to.. I love it and it looks so much like the sample.. great job(s)

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    1. I ink blended first and then drew the lines with a white gel pen =)

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  33. Oh how sweet that your daughter participated with such an awesome card. Noelle, both of your ink-blended cards are fabulous!

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