Monday, May 13, 2013

The Play Date Cafe: Delicate Doilies

It was working really hard at coming up with some new way to use these doily stamps - but then I decided they don't need anything fancy - they are cute enough to do all of the work for you for a great quick and easy card.  But...I did go for unique colors.  I am playing along with this week's colors at The Play Date Cafe.  I thought they had a bit of a Southwest vibe so...here's my attempt at Southwest doilies!!

Delicate Doilies

The colors are steel blue, peach and apricot.  I write that because the graphic that follows looks much more muted that I went and I think the darker color looks like black.  But I checked design team cards and I think I'm not too far off.  I did add a little gray since I was seeing it in the photos.


  • Stamps: The Alley Way Stamps delicate doilies
  • Paper: Stampin' Up Peach Parfait, Night of Navy
  • Ink: Stampin' Up Peach Parfait, Night of Navy, Papertrey Ink Canyon Clay
  • Accessories: Jolee's Boutique Vintage Round Buttons, Brushed Silver brads, Maya Arts twine


10 comments:

Andrea L - EnchantINK said...

What a little sweetie, Kim! It has been months since I did a challenge card! I am having withdrawals. Hugs xxx

snappy scrappy said...

So pretty...love those doily look stamps...great colour!!

Happy Dance said...

Absolutely right!, They stand alone quite well. Your added bling and buttons are the perfect finishing touch to them. Super colors too. Bev

Allisa said...

Such a fun card, love the button detail!

Bonnie said...

Very pretty, Kim!

Disp6194 said...

Beautiful! Love your bold take on the colors :)

Darnell J Knauss said...

These images are definitely show-stoppers all on their own and you've allowed them to shine beautifully, Kims!!

(I'm still not used to seeing you over there on the right. I look like a bobble-head doll for a second every time I open you up! Wha? Poor ol' slow-witted me! But hang on, I'll adjest.)

Rachel W K said...

stunning card! those stamps look amazing layered like that, i hope you play with them more often! The great thing about PDCC is you can interpret the color story however you wish... and i think your colors look fab! Thanks for joining us in the Play Date Cafe!
-Rachel w k
rwkrafts.com

Kim Heggins said...

Beautiful doilies Kim, love your design too. Navy and Orange always look so pretty together and with the gray, so stunning.

mypapercraftworld said...

Yep, they stand alone beautifully, Kim, and you've added that special something with the touch of shine! Anita :)