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Monday, November 9, 2009

Play Date Cafe Challenge # 3

I love the colors chosen for this weeks challenge at Play Date Cafe!  I used the Stampin up Real Red, which is one of my favorites, along with a white and black.  I embossed the red cs with a Sizzix embossing plate, I cut the layered panels with Spellbinders Deckled Mega Rectangles Nestabilities.  I heat embossed the Stampin up Kanji and Oriental Paintings using Versamark and black opaque embossing powder.  I used a Stampin Up punch for the Kanji squares and trimmed the red and black squares to a slightly larger size.  This is a fun challenge site, so stop by and check it out!

12 comments:

  1. WoW! This is layered so beautifully!

    So nice to have you play along with us at the PDCC !!!

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  2. These colours are great for oriental cards aren't they?

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  3. Great card! Fabulous layers and the Chinese characters look wonderful with this color combo!

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  4. I always love something that tosses an oriental flair into the mix. This card is really nice, and it is so well designed.

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  5. GREAT JOB!! Love that you took the Oriental approch to it.. :) you did a wonderful card.. Thanks for playing with us at the PDCC, I hope you come back for our next challenge too.. :) :)HUGS

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  6. Diane, love the layers and the letters are perfect. Thanks for taking the Play Date Cafe Challenge with us. Sandi

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  7. That is a beautiful card. I just received the PIF card and notebook from you. I haven't had time to look through all the goodies but they look wonderful. Thank you.

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  8. Diane, what a BEAUTIFUL card! You did such an awesome job the PDC color challenge! :) TFS

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  9. A beautiful card Diane.
    I love the Oriental look.
    super job.
    Hugs Marion

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  10. Very pretty card. Red, white and black have got to be some of my all time favorite, classic colors. I'm trying to figure out my blog feed...when I clicked on papercraft pleasures at the bottom, it did take me to my blog but I can't figure out why there's no snipet of info...hmmmm?
    Thanks for letting me know, I'll keep working on it!

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  11. Very Pretty! I love the Asian colors and their letters are so neat to look at.
    We finally got that puppy, so I have been a bad visiter... I really like your acetate cards! I should try something with that! I had a roll of acetate from when I worked in printing, and I threw it out! How dumb was that??? I could have made 100 cards with the roll I had. UGG!
    See you soon!

    xxx

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  12. That card is really stunning.. well balanced and actually rather romantic... the colours for this challenge were great!

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