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Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Play Date Cafe Challenge #68

It's Play Date Cafe time, and this week Julie has picked one of my favorite go-to color combos!


Ahhhh kraft and pink, how I love you. Do you remember my phase a while back when almost EVERYTHING I posted was kraft and pink? LOL! I even used it on Courtney's birth announcements, remember? Hopefully this week's challenge won't kick me into another kraft and pink obsession. But, I make no promises on that... ;-) Isn't Julie's color story gorgeous?? Ok, there's a slight chance I may have gotten too hung up on KRAFT when I should have added more of an ivory type of color. Le Sigh. I couldn't help myself. :-)


For my card this week, I stamped the gorgeous Hero Arts Leaf Clusters in white on kraft. Stitching, big satin bow, polka dots, scallops - a pretty predictable Libby card, I suppose. :-)

Well please do yourself a favor, check out what my PDCC sisters were up to. They are not at all predictable, they amaze me with something spectacular every week!! (Ok, perhaps they are predictable in their awesomeness!)

Julie Ranae * Sarah Anderson * Savannah O'Gwynn * Ruby 2 Shoes * Andrew Ewen * Fiona Shultz * Jaclyn Miller * Jinny Newlin * Michele Gross * Tracey Kuzniak * Colleen Dietrich

And this week we have a very exciting special guest joining us, Kazan Clark. Yes, *THE* Kazan Clark. I cannot believe I've got a Kevin Bacon link to her greatness now, woohoo!! ;-)

I can't wait to see what you create this week with one of my favorite color combos! Go visit The Play Date Cafe blog and check out the challenge! And thanks for stopping by today!


  • Stamps: CG288 Leaf Clusters, CL307 Mini Messages from Hero Arts
  • Paper: Hero Arts Kraft, SU Pink Pirouette, Memory Box DP
  • Ink: ColorBox Frost White, Vintage Photo Distress Ink
  • Accessories: PTI scalloped edge die, SU satin ribbon, machine stitching

19 comments:

  1. hmm I love this colour combo too Libby! I love how you brought the colours and elements together - especially your scallops/stitching and bow combo :)

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  2. I love these colors, too - your card is lovely, Libby!

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  3. I love this color combo too, might have to make another baby card-love girl baby cards!

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  4. Libby this is just gorgeous! I love the colors together and the subtle white image is just perfect!!
    Cyndi

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  5. I LOVE kraft! One of my favorite wrapping papers is kraft with a white lace print. Use it for so many things!

    Your project is beautiful! Blessings... Polly

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  6. Love the stitching and the layers and the scallops!! You rocked these pretty colors with a super pretty card :)

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  7. I love that color combo too! Gawjus card!

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  8. LOVE this Libby!!! You always amaze me with the HA stamps I don't have :) AND now NEED LOL~

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  9. Beautiful! Love the fabby ribbon.

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  10. LOVE this card--so fun with all the scallops and the stitching! You rocked this challenge:) BEAUTIFUL ribbon too! FAB job all around:)

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  11. Gorgeous background! Love the Kraft and bright pink together! Fabulous stitching and ribbon!

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  12. I love this color combo too! You really did a wonderful job with it!

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  13. Love the white image on Kraft. That stitching turns me green with envy. My sis gave me a Janome over a year ago and I have only one time tried it. Ugh! No time to practice AND I DO NEED practice. LOL
    Your card is sweet and so gorgeous!

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  14. You crack me up: "a pretty predictable Libby card"! Hey, sometimes you just need to lean back on something that you are comfy with! It turned out beautifully, and I too love that color combo.

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  15. SO pretty! I love the look of white ink on kraft, & your scallops along the edges are WoW!

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  16. Oh, Libby! That front, stamped panel is just scrumptious! LOVE all your stitching, too!

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