Happy Happy Birthday - PTI Blog Hop


Morning everyone! For the March PTI Blog Hop, Nicole issued the challenge of high gloss. You can get ALL the details here.


With the release of the coin purse dies, there has been lots of chatter regarding iron on vinyl fusing. I purchased some for the coin purses but decided to see how it would work with card stock. Like a dream! So I gave my birthday numbers high gloss with iron on fusing.

I did use some clear embossing over my 2-tone color stamping on the inside of my card.


Iron on vinyl fusing will now be considered one of my basic supplies. Easier and cleaner than embossing. Have fun hopping today. I can't wait to see what everyone created. ~Rhonda



Happy Happy Birthday card
challenge: PTI March Blog Hop High Gloss
stamps:PTI - Birthday Bash
paper: PTI - Soft Stone, Orange Zest, Pure Poppy, Harvest Gold, Enchanted  Evening,  Limeade Ice, Royal Velvet; Grey from my stash
ink: PTI - Royal Velvet, Limeade Ice; Versamark
other: PTI - By the Numbers dies, Tip Top dies, By the Numbers Impression Plate; Pellon - Iron on Vinyl

24 comments:

  1. Rhonda, love this bold images card! Iron on fusing? Brilliant!

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  2. Who would have thought it! Fantastic glossy numbers, & well done for capturing the shine on camera. My gloss got all camera shy! Jenny

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  3. Oh, this looks fantastic! I love the glossy large numbers!

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  4. Your card is a perfect example of high gloss! I love it!

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  5. Aww...what a super fun card Rhonda!!!

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  6. Rhonda...Rhonda...WOW...this is simply FABULOUS!
    I love the design, and the FUN glossy numbers.
    Great use of the iron on fusing!

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  7. Wow - would never have thought to use vinyl on a card - it looks fabulous!

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  8. Wow- those numbers are amazing! Fusible vinyl? I gotta get me some of that!

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  9. How AWESOME is this card!! Love the bold, bright numbers and the way you arranged them on your card!

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  10. So great! I'm definitely going to have to get some of that fusing! :)

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  11. Great idea to fuse those numbers. Love the two tone on the inside.

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  12. That is smart! I am definitely going to try it...thanks for such great inspiration!

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  13. Nicely done! Love the inlaid numbers and the gloss.

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  14. Lovely effect the fusing gives, and the 2-tone embossing looks fab too :-)

    Beth xx

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  15. Wow! Iron-on vinyl fusing--it looks great here, I will have to give it a try! What a great use of the Tip-Top and By the Numbers dies together, Rhonda! I never would have thought of that!

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  16. I was wondering just the other day how the would work on card stock and here you are with the perfect card. I love your vinyl numbers - they look embedded in the canvas tip-topped die. Very nice work Rhonda!

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  17. Well, aren't you the genius?! I love how this turned out - so much fun!

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  18. Love your card! You did a fabulous job...

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  19. Diana stole my comment. You are a genius! I will be going to JoAnn's? to get some vinyl!
    That make so much less of a mess!!!
    Thanks for sharing
    Susan

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  20. Ironing on the vinyl to paper, so smart! What a great idea! Your card turned out great, love the bold numbers against the grey background!

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  21. Fun card! I am going to have to goggle the iron on vinyl fusing you used.

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