Play Date Cafe #46 - Scrapbooking in Melbourne, Florida
My mother called me a rattlebanger today. ???? I have been coughing my fool head off, and told her it was worse when I talked. But that's impossible because 'we' like to talk. Then she said "Mmmmhmmmm, I reckon we're just a bunch of rattlebangers."
So here's a little card I made for this week's Play Date Cafe challenge. The idea is to make a black and white card with a 'touch' of either pink, gold or copper.
Well, copper is my metal of choice. I love copper. My kitchen countertops are black granite with copper flecks (Galaxy - oooooh!). Copper is beautiful. But alas, no copper embossing powder. So I selected gold. You may ask, "why the pearl?". Well, because I made a boo-boo and needed to cover it, and the pearl is white. tee hee.
Quick and easy!
Products Used: Paper: CTMH White Daisy, Black, White Daisy Textured Cardstock Die Templates: Spellbinders(TM) S4-288 Classic Diamonds, S4-290 Labels Fourteen Stamps: Gina K Lovely Labels 2 Other: Sparkle N Sprinkle Gold Coast EP, Versamark, Michaels Ribbon, Sakura Gold Fine Line Marker, EK Success Border Punch, CTMH Pearl
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