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I am Sarah, a stay at home mom of two wonderful, little boys. In my life before kids I was a fifth grade teacher. I now work with first year teachers, which I love. Creating is one of the ways I stay sane. I become very cranky if I have not stamped or scrapped in a while. Join me on this creative journey.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Papertrey Playhouse Challenge

Yeah Wednesday! I don't know about you but I need the weekend, oh wait my weekend is crazy too. :) The challenge over at Papertrey Playhouse is to rediscover some of your first PTI stamps. Find them, dust them off and get them inky! My very first PTI step was Ambassador: Monogram Edition. I bought about three years ago, I had decided to make monogram stationary for the holidays that year. I fell in love with the elegance of this set. I have not used it since then but I still love the look. I made this card for my neice whose Bat Mitzvah is next weekend. Her colors are pink and green. Here is the big question for you all, when you do monograms do you do first initial, last initial and then middle or do you do first, middle and then last. I won't tell you which one I did until you all weigh in. :) Enjoy and thanks for stopping by.

6 comments:

Kathy and Lucky said...

This is really lovely and the monogram letters are so pretty. Now for initials, I believe for couples it is last initials in the middle and then their first initials on either side, but for a single really not sure.

Beatriz Farquhar-Guzman said...

I think you do first, middle, last unless the middle letter is a bigger font; then it becomes the last name. That's how I see it on car windows.

Martha said...

such a pretty card.

~Laurie said...

Such a great card! I love my PTI stamps! Thanks for the heads up of a great challenge! I certainly need to ink up a few!

Cheryl said...

So cute! I love the colors and papers. I love the monogram.

I agree with Kathy and Betriz on the monogram. I think Just Rite stamps has something on their blog on how to do it. I looked it up once.

Mary said...

Very pretty! Glad you played along with the challenge and created something delightful :)