Thursday, November 3, 2011

Happy Birthday

Today, I am participating in my first Passion for Papertrey challenge.  They have given us a gorgeous color scheme to work with as our challenge.

I interpreted these colors as Melon Berry, Spring Moss, and Dark Chocolate. 



Here is my card:







          Just a simple stamp on a Vintage cream liner inside:













Supplies Used (All PTI):
Stamps:  Background Basics Newsprint, Turning a New Leaf, Gracious Vases
Paper:  Melon Berry, Spring Moss, Dark Chocolate, Vintage Cream
Other:  Dies:  Bloom Builder #3, Doily Details, Turning a New Leaf, Mat Stack #4, Woodgrain IP


Thanks for Visiting 



10 comments :

  1. So pretty! You have a lot of Dawn's style to your card. LOVE it!

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  2. gorgoeus...beautiful colors!!

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  3. Awesome card. I love all the elements you used to create it. The newsprint background with the rounded corners is perfect. The flower withthe doily in the background is stunning. Love the embossed mat stack.

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  4. Such a fabulous take on our challenge! That flower really steals the spotlight :)
    Thanks for joining us on A Passion for Papertrey; it may be your first time but I hope it's not your last ;D
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  5. Beautiful card hun, the bloom is an amazing focal point and the layering is fab. Thanks for joking us at A Passion for Papertrey.
    Hugs,
    Caryn x

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  6. that flower is just beautiful and love it in front of the doily. Love your take on the color combination and use of the Daily News in the back ground. I have that set and have not inked it yet, thanks for the inspiration!

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  7. Oh, super pretty, Joyce! I love everything about it! It's perfect!

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  8. Oh I love this, and I love the placement of the flower. Gorgeous card! Hope you win,Joyce !

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  9. Beautiful! Great job on this one! Love all the little details (the embossing) and the layers!!

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