Monday, March 14, 2011

Make It Monday #6

I know.  Two posts in one day.  This week's challenge was right up my alley.  I LOVE my PTI impression plates.  The only thing I don't enjoy is trying to photograph the cards so that the impression is as impressive on screen as it is in real life.  The card was made with all PTI products (minus the inks and label). 


The main layer was cut from Fine Linen cardstock and I impressed the top half using the By The Numbers plate.  I used Erin's trick of adding a score line to hide the dent.  I then used chocolate twine on either side of the score line before adding the focal image.  And here's the finished product: 


So, that's it, folks.  Thanks for stopping by and checking out what I made on Monday. 

See you tomorrow.

16 comments:

Marybeth said...

Love your card! The # impression plate shows up well !

Laurie said...

This is so cute! I love that number ip!

Cristina said...

This is terrific! Love your color scheme, too. That and the brads give it a great masculine edge.

Kara said...

love it!

Diane Jaquay said...

LOVE this!!!

Amy Beth said...

This is so cute! I can't wait to get my hands on the numbers impression plate!

Jill said...

Twine on the score line = fabulous, Suzanne! I love your color palette, too!

smdluxe said...

very pretty!!

Inkyfingers said...

What a cute card. I love your use of the number impression plate.

Keva said...

Love the colors here and the addition of the twine makes it even better.

Kay said...

I love the colors you used, and the number theme too- great card!

Jen said...

Ooh, this is lovely. The colors are divine and the IP is done to perfection.

Karen C. said...

The patterned paper and the impressed card stock look great together. Cute birthday card.

Dana Gustafson said...

Fabulous Suzanne! I love the neat brown twine accent and perfect layers!

Marie / Legojenta said...

Beautiful card Suzanne, I love the green and brown together! TFS =)
Also, I wanted to tell you that I've given you the Liebster Blog Award - please click the following link to see my blogpost about it =)
http://legojenta.blogspot.com/2011/03/liebster-blog-award.html

Jen Carter said...

This looks great!! The impression plate is perfect for this and I love the twine!