Thursday, February 21, 2019

Papertrey Ink's Throwback Thursday!

                             THROWBACK THURSDAY - 
                             Embellished Elegance

It's time for the latest 'Throwback Thursday' feature over on the Papertrey Ink Blog, where we are highlighting the amazing Embellished Elegance. Whether you choose a simple, one layer design, or a something a bit more complex, Embellished Elegance is lovely in every way!

A classic beauty, Embellished Elegance epitomizes all that we've come to expect from Papertrey Ink's florals - with a pretty mix of foliage and an array of beautiful posies (not to mention a mix of lovely sentiments). 

I've chosen to form the vine elements into a circular frame, with a few strategically placed flowers and sequins and a simple sentiment, all surrounding the lattice-like center. The Weathervane inked leaves and tendrils contrast with the simple white base and the petite flowers provide a bit of vibrant color in shades of Summer Sunrise, Berry Sorbet and Pure Poppy. A simple banner-ed sentiment is the finishing touch. Oh...... and just a few clear sequins!

Be sure to take a peek at the projects from the original March 2014 introduction of Embellished Elegance, where you'll see some beautiful creations from Nichole and DT members of the past. I guarantee that you will be inspired all over again! 

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Lisa Elton said...

Once again, the pops of color with the PRETTY!!

jan metcalf said...

So very pretty Michelle!

Karen said...


Donna Cala said...

Fantastic card!

blaze said...

LOVE this card! And I really enjoyed looking back at the original post - thank you for providing that link. I REALLY, REALLY miss the idea gallery! It's not easy finding inspiration on the PTI site for the older PTI sets that I have. Any suggestions? I get so many ideas when I look at the beautiful cards from the DT, but I don't know how to do that anymore.

merryf said...

What a creative way to use the shape shifter, like a lattice window! How charming! Thanks for the inspiration!

Jill Norwood said...

Gorgeous my dear!!!!