March 4, 2011

PDCC #71

I have a card share I made for The Play Date Cafe Challenge #71. Love their Black and White with a splash of color challenge. If you are interested to play along, please click here to their blog.
This is my take on the challenge.
Isn’t it so beautiful? I love a splash pink! My attempt at stitching on the card. Not perfect but I will get there with practice. There is no stamping on this card. All I have used is cardstocks and button from PTI, Kaisercraft Bubblegum Patten Paper and rhinestones, Echo Park Be mine stickers and Handmade Crinkled ribbon.Β  I like it and hope you do too!
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Thanks for the challenge. Have a great weekend πŸ™‚
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Luv!

Comments

  1. Hi Gayatri πŸ™‚ Hooray for fellow Aussies who I visit through the Play Date Cafe! Such a beautiful card – I love black/white/pink together πŸ™‚ Thanks for joining us this week at the PDCC – hope you'll be back soon!

  2. Gayatri I think its lovely! I'm printing out a heap of challenges to hopefully do today so I'll pop over to their website and print that one out too!

    Have a great weekend!

    karen
    x

  3. This is so lovely! I love how the zig zag stitching frames that pretty bird cage, and the ribbon treatment is beautiful!

  4. What a pretty card. I love the different layers and elements.

  5. cool….love the 'forever' banner!

  6. Hi Gayatri, this is such a neat card! I like the birdcage and that pretty damask background paper. Thanks for playing with us during Color Splash week at the Play Date Cafe!

  7. Your card has got so much to keep me interested… The heraldry, the vintage and the faux stitching. Makes for a great card:-)

  8. Lovely! Just lovely!! Thanks for splashing with us at The Play Date Cafe!

  9. Fabulous card with just the right amount of stitching and sparkly details! Thanks so much for playing along with us, this week, in The Cafe!

  10. Fabulous card!!! Always a huge fan of stitching and ribbon on a card πŸ™‚ Thanks for joining us at The Play Date Cafe:)

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