Friday, July 23, 2010

Play Date Cafe Challenge Dublin

Another Play Date Challenge week, this time it's Dublin-Style.  Altho the colors come together perfectly, it's really hard not to add a dash of red or green to this image.


This is what we were give for our inspiration this week. 















From the inspiration photo I choose to go with architecture, sorry...image unknown.  I used a piece of Tim's paper and did the Cuttle Bug Highlights tech from the TJNL, on Tim's brick texture fades folder.  Added a little of the Zutter Cutter and sprayed with some pearl Tattered Angels.  hugz.....

16 comments:

Lisa Somerville said...

Wonderful image to use with this weeks theme, it's just perfect for the challenge! Thanks for playing at the PDCC.

Julie Ranae said...

I LOVE this! You are going to be a fan of our 'color splash' challenges that we do about every 6 weeks or so! You'll see : )
So happy to be your 100th follower and congratulations on this milestone.
Great to have you in The Play Date Cafe : )

Basement Stamper said...

Very pretty setting, would love to be there now!

Terry said...

Gerrie, you selected a perfect image for the challenge! Absolutely wonderful!

Evelyn S. said...

Definitely worth a frame, Gerrie! Fabulous!

Lynn Stevens said...

Its Gorgeous! I'd hang this on my wall!

Hope your safe I heard about the hurricane warnings!

Stephanie Kraft said...

This is just lovely, Gerrie! Thanks for joining us at the Play Date Cafe!!

wwilloww said...

I am amazed!!! You can even do subdued beautifully!!! I love it!!!

cbuswell said...

beautiful card!! love the image.

Netty said...

What a terrific choice Gerrie to go with the buildings, you have done this brilliantly. Annette x

Jan Scholl said...

I saw your beautiful card on the Technique Junkies website. The simplicity of the image just jumps right out at you and it needs nothing else when framed by your choices of card stock and embellishments. I must find and buy this stamp! I collect houses in general and this reminds me of what I know about the area where my gramma was born and raised in Scotland. At TJ's it was said you didn't know who the stamp manufacturer was. Could I post your card on my blog called Rubber Lust with a redirect to your blog, in hopes that someone knows who made it? Thank you for such a pretty posting.

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful image! Love your card. Thanks for joining us at the PDCC this week.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I LOOOOOOOOOVE this card! I love that key hanging in the corner! I love this image too:) Beautifully done--all around:) Thanks for joining in the fun at the PDCC:)

BarbaraW said...

This is beautiful. I would love to hang it on my wall.

Ruby said...

Lovely card, what a gorgeous image. I know what you mean about wanting to add a splash of another colour! Thanks for playing along with us at the Play Date Cafe this week!

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE the architecture! FAB card!