Sunday, November 18, 2012

Grateful for friends & the reveal

OK - here's the last of the Thanksgiving cards I made two weeks ago.  I've had fun pairing the DCWV paper with the PTI set.  Hope you haven't gotten too bored with these :)

This foil pine cone paper was tricky to use until I added the pine stem panel!  I really LOVE how this one turned out!

So....I'm not HUGE on posting when I leave town (but I guess if you're FB friends with me you know already).  We just returned from 11 days in ITALY to celebrate Frank's 50th birthday!!!!  Even though I 'pre-posted' these blog posts - I'm SURE we had a great time!!!!

Give me a few days and I'll post some pictures!

Last two days to enter my giveaway on THIS POST TOO!!

Thanks for your visit!


paula tracy williamson said...

Glad you made it home safe and sound to the kids and family. I never tire of looking at PTI cards...I love the clean lines they have. Plus, I am so far behind on their releases, they all look new to moi. Lol

Amanda R said...

This is lovely Maria, love the design with the arched panel and I am sure the pinecone paper is even prettier irl. Glad you are home and had a great time. You can send me my chocolates anytime! Haha!

Monica said...

Lovely card... can never get bored of your cards.
Love the stamp and the round green nestie with a bow and crystal looks fab.
Monica xxx
Grateful for blog buddies!

jimlynn said...

Gorgeous card!!! Love the shine of those pine cones!! So beautiful!

Hope you're all home now and snug in your own bed once again! LOL! I know the trip was fabulous!


Cheryl said...

Welcome home!

Your card is beautiful! I love the different ways you used this stamp set. The pine cone papers are really pretty.

I'm looking forward to seeing your pics.

Lynn McAuley said...

Your yummy pine cone paper is perfect with these pretty images!! What a wonderful card of thanks, Maria!!

Wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving!

Audrey Pettit said...

This is beautiful!! Really love that pine bough mixed with the foiled pinecone paper! The oval die cuts behind the sentiment panel are a fabulous touch. Love the one gem you added. Pulls in the shine from the papers perfectly!

Karen B. said...

This is one gorgeous card, I like how you mixed the stamped pine cones with the patterned paper for a perfect match.

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