Papertrey Ink – April Blog Hop

Welcome to Papertrey Ink´ April Blog Hop !


We got the Inspiration Picture below to work with and I use the earthy tones, some green, yellow and red. Perhaps it has become a bit too green, but I like it. The lattice in the background replaced the circles.

Blog hop inspiration

I look forward to all the beautiful Blog Hop Creations. I wish you all FUN on your hop !

  • Supplies
  • Stamp: PTI Friendly Flower + Dies
  • Ink:      PTI Kraft, SU So Saffron, SU Always Artichoke, PTI Pure Poppy, PTI Ruby Red
  • Paper:  MFT Primitive White, SU Kraft, SU Always Artichoke
  • Other: Tim Holtz Stencil “Latticework”, Sequins, Dimensionals



13 thoughts on “Papertrey Ink – April Blog Hop

  1. Cely 2. May 2016 / 14:37

    Love this technique .. So fresh and crisp looking. Was that a die cut that came with the stamp? Again, love it!


  2. Kathy Mc 26. April 2016 / 17:42

    Such a striking card with your lovely green lattice background and your bright red flower. Great design, Imke!


  3. Carmela Hubler 26. April 2016 / 5:30

    Love your stencils. Nice job.


  4. Marcia Hill 26. April 2016 / 1:24

    What a lovely take on the inspiration photo…love it!! :0)


  5. srsusie 26. April 2016 / 0:53

    I love your background. I had mine lattice stencil out, too, when I started working on this card, but ended up not using it. I love the pop of the red flower, too! Beautiful card!!!


  6. Nancy Penir 26. April 2016 / 0:17

    Love what you’ve done here. The bg is stunning, and the red flower is the perfect pop!


  7. Connie MacFarlane 25. April 2016 / 21:01

    This is very petty Imke! Love the soft layers of ink and that beautiful red flower.


  8. Diana K 25. April 2016 / 20:35

    So perfect, and beautiful, for this challenge!


  9. karensteele0873 25. April 2016 / 20:30

    I love how you have created this background Imke – it looks fantastic! The colours you have used are gorgeous too and the flower is really pretty 🙂


  10. Pia 25. April 2016 / 20:00

    Oh my, how I love this combo of colors and patterns. The red flower is really eye catching and pops up nicely from the stenciled background. This card belongs to my favorites….


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