Saturday, March 27, 2010

The Play Date Cafe - PDCC22

The challenge at The Play Date Cafe this week is to use the following colours:

Here's the card I made:

Materials used: Bazzill cardstock, GCD Studios Melody Ross Artsy Urban papers, Lettering Delights digital paper, Papermania journalling block, Prima lace, flower and Say it in Pearls flower centre, Colorbox chalk ink.

Image printed from Ebay CD, rhinestones from stash.

14 comments:

Lisa Somerville said...

Love the image! Great shaped card, wonderful embellishements! Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

Julie Ranae said...

Fabulous, FABULOUS entry for this week's Play Date Cafe Challenge...it's so great to have you playing along with us, Jo : )

Michele said...

Lovely card - love the image you've used!

Sue Lelli said...

Great image and details!

Stephanie Kraft said...

Beautiful vintage creation, Jo! The image is fabulous! Thanks for playing along with the PDCC this week! Hope to see you again next week!

Paul B said...

Beautiful vintage card. Love the soft feel to this creation. Px

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful layering of elements and the image gave me a chuckle. Thanks for playing at PDCC this week!

Ruby said...

Love your card! It's great! I really like the shapes you've used and the way you've done the flourish at the top! Thanks for joining us in the challenge over at Play Date Cafe this week, hope you play along next week too!

CrazyStampinWomen Nancy said...

Your card made me giggle!! Very pretty use of the colors! Thank you for sharing.

Jacqueline said...

Gorgeous card, you definitely found the right focal image!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Beautiful card! Love the lace & vintage image! Thanks so much for playing along with the Play Date Cafe Challenge!

Sarah Anderson said...

What a fabulous image! Thanks for playing along with us in the play date cafe this week :)

Jan said...

LOL...love this image and great card!!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

So pretty! Love the shaped card and all the embellishments:) Thanks for playing along with the PDCC!