Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Tinkering Ink Reveal: Retro Metro

Ok, so I have been up from 4:30 this morning for some odd reason. I guess my body was done sleeping (I'm sure I will pay for that later.) I decided to do my blog post early since I just simply could not wait to share my scrappy goodness from the Tinkering Ink Retro Metro line. This line has to be my favorite one that TI is releasing at CHA! The colors, the patterns, the styles...they all just make me so happy! This layout shows you all of the awesome colors that you can find in the Retro Metro line...greens, blues, pinks, reds! I swear every color of the rainbow is there! So so fun!
For my second layout, I chose a little less bright of a paper for my background! Don't you just love all of those circles! I cut some of them out, backed them with another patterned paper and added some brads for texture! You can click on all of my layouts if you want to get a closer look!

My last Retro Metro project was this cute little card. When it is closed, one flower overlaps the other. I am not a big cardmaker, but I have to say that they are fun to do (and they don't take me nearly as long to make as layouts do.)

Don't forget to stop by the Tinkering Ink blog and the Retro Metro gallery to see what the rest of the DT has come up with. This is one of my favorites! Roree makes a mean card like no one I have ever seen, I tell ya! Thanks for stopping by and Enjoy your day!

8 comments:

  1. wow! awesome stuff there!! You're making me want to get to scrapping this afternoon!
    (Oh, and thanks for visiting me on my blog)

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  2. Love what you've done with the TI - those colors are just so wonderful!

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  3. Love that line and what you've done with it. Just swell!

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  4. Awesome stuff love the layouts

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  5. ohhh my Denine you rocked these papers.

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  6. Denine, I am continually impressed by your consistent abilities. All of your layouts/projects are just so professional looking and artistic - your style is just classic.

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