Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Play Date Cafe Challenge #52

Good morning and thanks for stopping by today.  Today's card was made for this weeks Play Date Cafe challenge.  The challenge this week was to create a card or project using any combination of the following colors orange, pink or yellow.  The card I am sharing with you today uses pink and yellow.
There was no theme for the challenge other than the color selections, but since the Play Date Cafe is celebrating its one year anniversary, I thought it would be fun to make a celebration card. Here is the inspiration photo:



and here is the card I created.



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To begin the card I stamped and embossed yellow dots onto pink card stock.  I thought a  banner would be fun on a celebration card  so I  stamped and embossed two banners and cut them out.  I overlapped the banners and anchored them with yellow pearls.   I then cut out a cupcake, added some glitter and topped off the candle with a small flower. 
If you'd like to play along with challenge, visit the Play Date Cafe.

Have a wonderful day,
Susan

Supplies:
Card stock :  Hero Arts, Papertrey Inc.
Pattern Paper:  K & Company, Cosmo Cricket
Stamps:  Togetherness Icons by Unity Stamp Co.   CHF
Misc:  embossing powder, Prima flower, Doodlecharms cartridge, pop dots, Color Box ink, doilies

4 comments:

Lisa Somerville said...

Super cute, love the added pendant banner! Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

Suzanne C said...

Very fun card! Love the cupcake and the banner with lace is sweet! Glad you joined us at the PDCC this week.

Ruby said...

Lovely card, the banners look great! Thanks for joining in our anniversary celebrations over at the PDCC!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

Love those doilies! Beautiful banner too! LOVE this celebration card:) Thanks so much for joining in the fun and playing along with our one year anniversary celebration over at the PDCC:)

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