23 June 2011

PDCC #87

Hello, friends:}

Hoooooray for another fun day over at the Play Date Cafe! We are starting another color story today--barn red, slate blue, grey! Looks like July 4th colors! 
I couldn't make anything for July 4th...because I needed a masculine sympathy card. I have a friend who loss his wife and another who loss his mom. I used my Stampendous stamp and made the flowers pop in the center against the color blocked card design. This was the perfect color story for this sympathy card. 
That's it for me...but be sure to stop by the PDCC blog for complete details and prize information! The PDCC sponsor this week is Stampendous. Our guest this week is Stephanie SeverinAnd don't forget to stop by all the other Play Date Cafe DT members' blogs---F-U-N!!!!




Thanks for stopping by! Be blessed:}

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Recipe:
Stamps: Stampendous
Cardstock: The Paper Co., Bazzill Basics Paper
Inks: Ranger
Gems: Reflections

17 comments:

Fiona said...

Great job Sav to turn these colours into a sympathy card - very brave I think! love the focus on the flowers...

Pamela said...

Love this card! Sympathy cards are tough, but especially for men, but you did awesome!

Jen said...

Aw, so sorry to hear of your friend's recent loss. The colors work wonderfully for your card though! I'm gonna have to play..haven't played in a long time, so I'll join in soon!
Have a fab day!

Wendy ten Hove said...

Fun colors! Love the card you made with them! The bling is great, that's just the finishing touch! A lovely day to you!
Hugs, Wendy

lynn said...

i love how the stamp looks with the flowers-pretty, savannah!

Colleen Dietrich said...

I think you did a great job with our color story and your new Stampendous stamp, Sav. Sorry you have need for sympathy cards, but I'm sure your friends will very much appreciate your handmade thoughtful gesture.

Basement Stamper said...

Sorry to hear of your friends losses, never easy to lose someone and your card is gorgeous and I'm sure they will appreciate your thoughts by making them something.

Jinny Newlin said...

So pretty, girl! LOVE your color blocking technique, and I'm sure that your friend will feel and know your sympathy and prayers. Hugs!

peggy gatto said...

Very classy card!

Lindsey said...

It's an unfortunate reason to have to make cards... but what a beautiful card you've made. Love it!

dahlhousedesigns said...

Sympathy cards are never my favorite when they are needed, but I'm sure your friend will treasure it. Such a lovely design and the colors are perfect.

hugs,
lisa a.

Donna B. said...

Very pretty card! Nice color blocking and I love the red roses!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

How sad, but these bold colors would hopefully cheer them up.

Ruby said...

Ah I'm sorry you have a need for sympathy cards. Love how you've incorporated this stamp, fun colour blocking.

Andrea Ewen said...

Gorgeous, vibrant beauty..that's how I would describe this card! I love the bold colors, they highlight your floral stamp wonderfully! Beautiful!

Andrea M said...

Beautiful sympathy card Sav! I'm sure it will mean so much to your friend.

Emily Leiphart said...

Wow, this card certainly makes an impact, Sav! I love how you colour blocked and stamped the image on top. The popped flowers and bling finish the card so nicely!