Monday, March 25, 2013

PTI March Blog Hop: Sequin

Hi, fellow crafty friends,
 
I have a quick card to share with you.
 
This card is for Papertrey Ink's March 2013 Blog Hop challenge.
They asked us to create a card with sequins.


 
 
I am so excited to be able to join the March 2013 Blog Hop. This is my first card I submitted to PTI's blog hop and this time I did only use PTI inkpads on this card but I wish I could play along with their stamps and die templates next time. 
 
 
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Enjoy your craft time with sequins.    




7 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! I love it!

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  2. Great card! Love how you used your sequins.

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  3. Great card! Love the clean design.

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  4. Hi Lee

    I'm catching up on some of the last folks who posted to PTI's Blog Hop. I really like your sensibilities. Not only is this card wonderful, I checked out the rest of your blog too. (Not too tough since you are a bit new to this blog.)

    If I'm remembering correctly that you are sort of new to the craft scene, you have a long and sensational life ahead sharing your work. You really have an artist's eye, and your style is so chic and simple; stunning really.

    Keep on posting what you love to make, and use the challenges to build up your audience. I still don't have anyone who flocks to my blog, but I've made some lovely friends in the year and a half of occasional posts. I thought it was a bit tough when I started, but then I finally made something that caught a few people's eye (in time to get in the challenge,)and it was incredibly rewarding.

    I hope to visit you many times in the future. Enjoy your crafting, and see you in the blogosphere.

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    1. Thanks Marcie for taking your time to give me a long words of encouragement. This is more than encouragement. It is a blessing and I hear it as a prophetic voice of how will be my blog in the future.

      Yes, I am a newbie to the craft scene and to the blogland but my journey of card making began with my study in America 10 years ago. I was and am an international student from South Korea, studying theology and psychology, working as a psychotherapist by day and serving Korean American immigrant church during weekend.
      Having many titles but living with foreign status led me to find some place to give me a settled mind and a creative living energy at the same time. As you expect, card making was the place where I found a peace and vitality for my life and soul.

      This is the short version of how I was introduced to the world of card making.
      I have come this far and now I have my own English blog so that I can interact and communicate(with you :D)with other talented crafters out there. I know there are adventures and travails ahead on this journey but I am sure some people like you empowering me to keep on this creative journey.

      I will keep on posting my cards whenever my schedule allows me to save night time for craft.
      Hope we have some chit-chat time to talk anything.

      Again, Marcie, words are not enough to express my appreciation to you for your blessings.

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  5. Ditto to Marcie! Your card's simple perfection!

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  6. Ditto again! I toured through some of your posts! Awesomeness! Love the elegance and simplicity of your paint platter!

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