Wednesday, 31 October 2007

Daring Cardmakers Challenge (recipe)

This mid week challenge from the girls over on Daring card makers is based on a recipe (omg),
firstly can i say i carn't cook lol,
so as you can see i put all the ingredients in and well i'm not that sure it turned out right lol,
the papers i used are all from pink petticoat ,the ribbon is from a local craft shop and the brads were from a qvc kit my husband brought me for my birthday ,i know it should be 4 brads but i only had 3 that matched lol,(slap time again ,lol)

20 comments:

Marlou said...

oh I love this Dawn!!!! its beautiful xx

NattyK said...

Really lovley card, well done. I have nominated you for a smile award. Nattyk X

Beth! said...

I love it! I'm sure they'll let you off!
Beth xx

Andrea said...

Fab card, i love the papers and the embossing and those spotty brads are so cute

Kaz said...

Great card Dawn, it's lovely and girly!

Karen said...

Bright and cheerful Christmas card! It's fabulous!

Terrie B x said...

oh my favrouites, lovely card they'l love it Dawn xxx

Stempelchaotin said...

Really nice colors, absolutely nice.

gina said...

Another yummy! card Dawn
Gina x

PaperBabe - Kim said...

I think your card cooking skills are great lovely card! thanks for sharing! love the spotty brads and papers,

steph said...

Lovely Dawn!! x

Rhi said...

I think it turned out perfectly, a gorgeous combination of colours and textures.

Rhi :)

EllePiggo said...

Just gorgeous!!:)
Vanessa.

Glitter Monkey said...

Gorgeous card - cake looks good enough to eat!! LOL Lynn xx

Sarah said...

Fabulous card! Love it!

Paula said...

Gorgeous card, love the colour combination.
Like the card above for your sister's neighbour. Paper is gorgeous I have purple spots similar.

Juliet said...

This is beautiful Dawn. Sorry, had to laugh at what your sister said - has she no taste? lol Your little monsters look soooo cute.

Suzanne said...

Great card your recipe worked wonders keep it up Sue :o) PS cute little monsters

Louly said...

That's amazing! I had a similar brad problem so I ended up using eyelets.

Kim said...

A truly scrumptious card....