One Person -- PDCC35


Hello! It's time for another Play Date Cafe challenge! Sarah has chosen the fabulous rustic inspiration photo (above) and the colors Brown, Turquoise, Red and Orange this week.

Please welcome our celebrity guest designer, Lucy Abrams!

Your challenge host this week is Sue!


I used some coordinating papers from the Cosmo Cricket Nutmeg line for my card this week. I embossed my quote with chocolate embossing powder to make it stand out more. It is from Verve's One Person.. it reads, "To the world you may be just one person, But to one person, you may be the world". I cut it out with circle Nestabilities and matted on top another circle, then I put the entire quote panel on top a doily that I got from Sarah Martina Parker's Etsy shop here (thanks, Sarah!). I had been looking for some doilies, but after driving around town and finding none, I gave up and searched online. She was so fast with shipping and they are exactly what I was looking for! The doily was white, but I inked it up with some Walnut Stain distress ink.

Are you ready to play along? We'd love to see your creations! Be sure to go over to the Cafe and link your post. If you use an online gallery, please use the keyword PDCC35. And, be sure to visit my PDCC teammates for some wonderful inspiration.

Celebrity Guest Designer, Lucy Abrams

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Supplies ~
Stamps: One Person (Verve)
Paper: Classic Cream (Neenah), Dark Chocolate (Papertrey Ink), Nutmeg 6x6 mini deck (Cosmo Cricket)
Ink: Versamark Watermark (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Upper Crest border punch (Fiskars), Chocolate embossing powder, Doily, Sheer ribbon (May Arts), Foam tape, Thread, Sewing machine.

15 comments:

  1. So pretty, such a wonderful verse, the doily makes a great embellishment.

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  2. Beautiful work on this card, Steph...really love how you used the colors : )

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  3. such a beautiful sentiment and a very gorgeous card! Hugs Juls

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  4. Awesome design. Love the paper, perfect choice for the challenge! Lovely sentiment!

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  5. Our layout is amazing! I really like how you used the doily!! I'm going to have to check those out.

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  6. Oh, Stephanie---this card is just GORGEOUS! I love how you worked all the colors in!!!!!! I just love that ribbon and bow too! Look at that doily and stitching---LOOOOOOOOOVE it! Love love love it:)

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  7. Very pretty! really love the bow and the stitching...and the colors!

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  8. A beautiful card and love the sentiment!

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  9. As always, a stunning card, love how you've used your trademark stitching and I'm in awe at how perfectly you've managed to sew around the circle (please tell me there's a secret technique and that anyone can do it lol or will I just have to accept I don't have your masterful hand eye co-ordination). The ribbon is also a perfect finishing touch to this elegant design. Pxx

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  10. Gorgeous card Steph! I searched everywhere for doilies too, but managed to find some in a local independent kitchen shop in the end. Love how you've inked it up!

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  11. So pretty Stephanie! What a wonderful sentiment & your stitching looks fab :)

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  12. This is SO pretty Steph! You are *rockin'* the doilies! So glad you like them! :) I've got plenty more whenever you run out, lol! Hugs!

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  13. The doily is such a pretty accent, love the design and sentiment. Very pretty card!

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