Thursday, June 30, 2011

The Play Date Cafe #88

Welcome welcome welcome and have we got a wow of a colour story for you this week at The Play Date Cafe!  Check it out...


Can't wait to see what you come up with!

Here is a card I have created... it is pretty artsy this week....


I have used stamps from Darkroom Door (Alphabet Medley), Stampers Anonymous (Artful Mosaic) and Tim Holtz (The Journey, Life's Possibilities, Lost & Found) and a game spinner also from Tim Holtz.  Lots of distressing and inking ( DI fired brick, antique linen, pumice stone and embossing ink, as well as black archival ink).

Here is a bit of a close up detail....



Our sponsor this week is Echo Park Paper.  Pop on over to The Play Date Cafe to see what you could win, as well as checking out what the rest of the design team created with these colours, as well as our Guest Designer Debby Hughes.

Thanks for stopping by!

Fiona
xx

10 comments:

shirley said...

Love your collage of fabulous stamps!
The spinner is the perfect embellishment.
Very artsy indeed!
Going to check out the challenge. :)

Andrea Ewen said...

Love how you used the colors, Fee...the design and layout are great! Awesome effect with just the splashes of color, they really catch your eye!

Laura said...

Wow I LOVE these colours! Must try to play!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHH! What a fabulous card, Fee--you nailed that yucky yellow! I LOVE the stamps too! YOU ROCK:)

Jinny Newlin said...

Oooo! LOVE the layered, stampy look to this card! Yummy! And way to rock the color story!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Love your artsy card, love the layers and the colours look perfect on your creation. Tracy x

Ruby said...

I LOVE your artsy cards Fee, they are always fab! I'd love to be more artsy with mine!

ps - still haven't started that crochet, hope you forgive me lol

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

This card is great. I love all the distressing and the stamps that you chose.

Marlena M. said...

I love this type of look and what you did with the colors. ;)

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a pretty card Fiona. Love the great images, especially the clock. Great use of the colors! :o)