Thursday, March 10, 2011

Playdate Cafe




How about these fun colors from the Playdate Cafe!!! Love them I used Vintage Blue from We R Memory Keepers love this collection. I had a little fun with the pattern paper I cut it up to fit my card did a little layering with the flowers I tried to get a good picture but the idea really was to pop up some of the flowers off of the card. It was a good way to use a piece of Dp that I really did not think I would use because it's really for a scrapbook page. The sentiment is from a Unity KOTM kit and the ribbon is from Martha Stewart.
Anyways not sure if I got the colors quit right but it sure was fun trying!!!!


12 comments:

  1. Such a fun way to use a more designated-for-scrapbooks paper! LOVE the dimension and that scrumptious, silky bow! Thanks so much for playing along with us, this week, in The Cafe!

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  2. Stephanie your card is unreal! What a great way to use a large image patterned paper. And I love the popped up flowers! Awesome! :)

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  3. SO unique and pretty Stephanie!! Thanks for joining us at The Play Date Cafe :)

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  4. Ooo love this! Never would have thought to use my "scrapbook" papers on my cards. Love the popped flowers :)

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  5. Gorgeous card and i like the fact that the sentiment compliments the papers very much. Very elegant:-)

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  6. So very fresh!!!
    I love the design!

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  7. Stephanie this is really awesome! The way you cut the paper is sooo cool and clever! Glad you came to play with us at The Play Date Cafe!

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  8. This is really neat, Stephanie! Love how you cut that dp to give it more textural interest. Thanks for joining us at the Play Date Cafe!

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  9. Oh my...this os one of the prettiest cards I've ever seen! I love the nostalgic, warm vintage feel of this. Must find that paper!!

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  10. Those flowers are super fun and I love the modern feel of them. So glad you played along this week at The Play Date Cafe.

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