January 18, 2013

Playing in Paradise #100

How exciting the Playing in Paradise challenge has reached #100.  I am so lucky that I am hostess this week for this celebration. I chose "Let's Celebrate together" for the theme.

PPC #100
 
The wonderful thing about any any celebration is that they can be any size, shape or form.  We have some friends who just got engaged... definitely something to get excited about and CELEBRATE :).
 
I have to admit, I let the designer paper do all the 'talking' with this card. When I saw this Kaiser Craft DP I knew that it was perfect for this card.
 
I used a Sizzlets to cut and emboss the heart, and my Cricut for the Lacy embellishment. I haded a small strip for ribbon to complete the card.  I used work to emulate the font from the front of the card to say Congratulations on your Engagement. Unfortunately my husband had signed the card before I could take a picture.
 
Supplies: Natural white and black cardstock, Designer Paper-Kaiser Kraft, Sizzlet, Cricut and misc ribbon.
 
Be sure to stop by the Playing in Paradise blog to join in the celebration, see the fantastic creations that are samples.
 
Cheers,
Nina 


9 comments:

  1. Very elegant and classy! Love the sentiment!

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  2. aww....they are going to love the card Nina ...awesome job. Love your challenge ...going to have to give this one a try. Thanks for sharing. Have a great Friday.

    hugs

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  3. Beautiful!! They will love it!

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  4. Thank You Nina, CONGRATULATIONS on 100 Challenges.

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  5. Hi Nina,

    Beautiful card - the paper is gorgeous and your embellishments complement it perfectly.

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  6. What a beautiful card! I love your take on the challenge! Love the red, black and grey together too!

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  7. WAIT, YOUR HUSBAND SIGNED A CARD? Mine hasn't since we got married, the stinker. I love the layout you used - and what a beautiful way to congratulate someone on an engagement!

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  8. Classic and beautiful. Love the die and that embossed heart.

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  9. Such and Elegant Card Nina. I think the stamps behind the ribbon are a brilliant idea, they really show up the decoration in front.

    Have a super creative week!
    Barb

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