Thinking of You

Don't you just love inking up a new stamp set? All the possibilities. . .

PTI's Through the Trees is going to a classic, must have set. I used the big tree stamped on pattern paper for added texture without bulk. As someone who usually stamps on neutral cardstock and then layers on pattern paper this is a great change of pace. Love it!!

The sentiment is from the same set. A button and twine complete this easy card. I think twine is my favorite ribbon!

Thanks for stopping by! ~Rhonda


  1. I think ypur card ROCKS! Really love the way how you've used these stamp set!


  2. Holy cow Rhonda, this is FANTABULOUS!!! That paper is so perfect with that stamp! I have to remember this idea, although I don't know if I could ever find such perfect paper.

  3. What a fabulous idea to stamp on PP. I love how it turned out!! You guys are killing me using the tree stamp set - I don't want to buy any more sets until after 2/15. Patience is not easy right now. lol

  4. Rhonda, your card is absolutely fabulous, bravo

  5. Oh I LOVE how this turned out! The stamping on patterned paper is just FAB! :)

  6. Nice job! I passed on this set but you and Carol are making me want it more now!

  7. Rhonda, this is so cool! Love the effect of the tree on patterned paper and you chose a perfect one! I definitely need to try this. I really, really like it!

  8. This is fabulous! I've stamped on pp once or twice, but never so mixed of a pattern, if that makes sense. This looks like the tree is part of the pattern! Really a neat look!

  9. Stunning, Rhonda!!! I LOVE the scrappy look--I so wish I could do that!! LOVE this card!!!

  10. Gorgeous card. The combination with the pattern paper is just stunning.

  11. I love the patterned paper idea. So creative and that stamp set is so great. I am going to have to break down and get it...... Great job!

  12. Ok, this is absolutely one the best cards! Your choice of pp is perfect with this stamp! I'm in awe!


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