Friday, March 21, 2008

DCM Friday

I can't believe I've completed a dare shortly after it has been posted :) Another one for the stock!

This week the girls have let me (Sue) loose on my maiden dare so I hope I’ve come up with something you can all play along with.It’s all in the GameTiddlywinks, playing cards, dominos, jig saw pieces…….the list goes on and I’m sure that most of us have a drawer somewhere that has the odd one or two of these lying around in.Well now’s your chance to use them because I dare you to make a card using some of those pieces.Oh and no, you don’t need to throw a double six to start playing........
and here is my very quick card

Not sure what the paper or ribbon are as I've had them a while (and I am trying desperately not to use new stuff untill I get some of my mountain of offcuts used). Playing cards were from a Christmas cracker a couple of years ago (I haven't opened last years yet LOL), I used Doodlebug rub ons and cuttlebug embossing folder for the greeting.
I hope you like it!

Right, now for a couple of hours off work to strip the hall way :( then wedding stationery later.

See you soon. xx

12 comments:

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is wonderful. So elegant. Great Job.

Debbie said...

Sounds like you are busy at the moment! Great card!

manicstamper said...

Just fabby Mrs. So clean and stylish.

EllePiggo said...

Well done - its fab! :)

Vanessa.

Susan (Sue H) said...

What a great way to make an 18th (or any age for that matter)birthday card. Love the colour, it's so clean looking.

Enfys said...

Perfect! Really stylish and elegant.

Rosanne said...

Cute card, love the idea of using the card to equal the age.

Judy said...

Gorgeous card Jackie! Like the Cuttlebug 'birthday' thats another one I'll have to get!
JudyNZ

Jozza said...

Lovely card :-)

Jo said...

Great card Jackie and well done for completing it so quickly. I've tagged you so please see my blog for details. Hope you have a great Easter!

Andrea C (Frog) said...

Great card Jackie its fab.

Andrea xx

PaperBabe - Kim said...

I love it's simple elegance!