Friday, March 25, 2011

The Play Date Cafe Challenge #74



I had so much fun playing along at The Play Date Cafe last week that I just HAD to play along this week, too! Isn't the above picture beautiful? That is the inspiration for this challenge. I LOVE the color combo, too! Absolutely delicious! I was actually inspired by some Hero Arts stamps to create a few cards. Only the first card is entered into this challenge, but I wanted to show you both versions.

Here is card #1 (my entry into the PDCC #74):

Now, here is a similar version using a different color scheme and different embellishments. I honestly love these stamps and this layout so much. I could happily make dozens of cards like this...in fact, maybe I will! :)


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Amy


Supplies for both cards:

Stamps: Delicate Leaf Clusters & Find Joy clear stamp sets by Hero Arts

Inks: All inks used are by Memento

Other: Twine (JilliBean Soup), Rhinestones (unknown), Button (unknown), paper distresser (Tim Holtz), Adhesives (ATG & Zots)

6 comments:

Wendy said...

Very pretty, great color combo and stamping.

Michele Gross said...

Love what you did with the mottled color on the leaves! Wonderful play on the colors! And I think you should happily make more! They would make wonderful gift sets :) Glad you came to play at The Play Date Cafe!

Fiona said...

So delicate and subtle Amy! Thanks for joining us again this week at the Play Date Cafe!

Jaclyn Miller said...

Hey Amy, I just realized that you don't live all that far from me. I'm in Indy. It's such a small world! I love that mixed colors technique that you've used on your card. So glad you were able to play at The Play Date Cafe.

Jinny Newlin said...

Oooo! This is so pretty! LOVE your use of white space and that gorgeous, multi-colored branch! Stunning! Thanks so much for joining us this week at The Play Date Cafe!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHH! What a great set of cards--love the similarities--and that stamping with multiple inks is FAB! Thanks so much for playing along with us and joining in the fun over at the PDCC!