10/25/2012

PTI October Blog Hop!

Hello and welcome! I have a Christmas tag to share today for the Papertrey Ink October Blog Hop. The challenge this month is to use one of thier non-traditional color inspirations on a Christmas card or tag.

Our niece sent us a Christmas card a couple of years ago with this little church die cut on it and of course I had to save it! This was the perfect occasion to use it since the color combo I chose today had those pretty little church images in the inspiration photo!
I used a tree stamp from the Love Lives Here - holiday collection along with the Peace Be Still snowflake stamps and dies. My sentiment is made of two words from this set. I just love the font on this noel! The little melon sparkly stickers were a clearance item from Joann. Vintage cream ribbon and a combination of twines top off my tag. One for my stash!

Happy hopping today friends and thanks for taking a peek! ~Lisa


17 comments:

Tracey McNeely said...

Be still my heart--this is stunning Lisa! I don't even know where to begin but saving that church was such a great idea and then to use it today is so clever! The felt--so vintage!

Marlena M. said...

This is beautiful Lisa! Awesome way to use that church~

Laurie said...

Oh my goodness! WOW! This is amazing! I love the trees in the background and the snowflakes...the whole thing! WOW!

laughadaisy said...

I love it. ;-) The felt and snowflake embellishments are so lovely, and the ribbone with twine at the top is fantastic! I love the stamps you used with the adorable little church. Way to recycle! ;-) Nice job on this beautiful tag, Lisa.

Bonnie said...

What a save! That church is adorable and perfect for these colors. Forget the gift and just give the tag!

Sue Lelli said...

How SMART of you to save that church, Lisa! And I LOVE the snowflakes and other details you added! FAB card!

Marybeth said...

Lisa this is just gorgeous! Of course you save that beautiful little church… I would too. This is just the most beautiful tag ! Love the stamped trees behind the church.

Michelle said...

Adorable! Love the little pastel-y scene!

Karen B. said...

This is so very beautiful, another wonderful display of layering and texture.

Heather Jensen said...

How sweet! What a great way to repurpose that little church. :)

Hugs~

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I looooove that you saved that church die cut! AMAZING! Love the colors and the snowflakes--BEAUTIFULLY done!

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Wow! Just gorgeous!!!

Michelle said...

Completely brilliant! This is truly devine, Lisa!

Sonia said...

Hi Lisa
Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Great Job!
Thanks for your inspiration.
-Sony

Kelly Griglione said...

Well look at how brave you are, I think you are the first that I've seen to use this color combo! It turned out really, really well! I love that church die you saved.

Lesley said...

This is a beautiful tag Lisa, I love the colours you used. It is very pretty!

Jacquie Southas said...

Fabulous tag using a seriously challenging color combo!!