Thursday, 10 June 2010

'Play Date Cafe' Challenge #33

 
So this week is Raspberry, Aqua, White and Kraft, [which I hope I have got right!]

My little green bug, comes in very useful, for the challenges I take part in. So, this week, I have used the new, and adorable, Tim Holtz shappy flower. I tried cutting out material flowers by hand, but, by using the die, makes it so easy, and I cut out SIX at a time !!!  One tip I will share with you, is to sandwich material between sheets of card.  That way, the material doesn't get stuck in the die.
Is that a clever thought? Or, is that a clever thought !  I daresay someone else has had the same idea, but feel quite chuffed that I thought of it all on my own lol
The rest os the card is Cuttlebugged too, and smeared Brilliance pad over the main die image.

10 comments:

Jennie said...

fab piece, am loving those flowers :)
Hugs

Sue Lelli said...

That IS a clever thought!! LOVE the flower!

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful flower and very clever! Lovely card. Thanks for playing along with the PDCC this week!

Lisa Somerville said...

Lovely card, fab material flower! Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

Ruby said...

Very pretty card, love your flower! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe!

Courtney Baker said...

Very cool. I love that flower!

Stephanie Kraft said...

So pretty! Your flower is fabulous! Thanks for playing with the Play Date Cafe!!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I agree--this is super clever! Beautiful flower--I need to start making some:) Great job with the colors--thanks for playing along with us at the PDCC:)

Sarah Anderson said...

great flower, lovely card; Great to have you playing along at the cafe :)

Julie Ranae said...

SO great to see you this week in The Play Date Cafe...what a treat for you to meet Suze...she taught at my store several years ago and was a real 'hoot' to spend the weekend with! x


This is an ATC which means an Artists Trading Card where people from all over swap these little cards. They measure 2 1/2ins by 3 1/2 ins and they cannot be bought.