Monday, October 11, 2010

BIG WINNER!



This birthday card I made for a friend who LOVES to play cards, gamble (oops did I say that), any type of competition game! SU Design Jackpot paper was perfect for her card. The card base is red, matted with a slim piece of black and then the designer paper itself. I repeated the colors again placing two 1 3/4" squares topped with some (unknown source) embellies that I've had for ages, tied a thin strip of black satin ribbon & topped off with a rhinestone. Of course I couldn't resist using some of the designer paper to line my envelope, to finish off the theme.
My color scheme is red, black and vanilla, not quite the colors of challenge #19 (red, black and white) over at Always Playing with Paper, but maybe close enough???

7 comments:

Always Playing with Paper said...

The colours are wonderful and close enough! Your friend will love this I'll wager! Hehehe! Love that lined envelope, I must try that sometime! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players Nancy!
Smiles,
Lesley

Linda Callahan said...

This card is great! My mother loves to play the penny machines at the casino so I made her a few cards from this DSP as well - she loved them!

Ann Schach said...

Great job, Nancy! I love this DSP and the stamp set! Great use of the challenge colors! Thanks for joining The Paper Players this week!

jaydee said...

Nancy, fabulous job. I love this customized card for your friend. I'll bet you she loves it :-)
You really did a great job tying the elements together on this fabulous card.
thank you for joining the Paper Players this week.
Jaydee

Nance said...

Great card! This DSP is perfect for the challenge! Love the little details like the ticket corners and the rhinestone on the bow. And your lined envelope is just the perfect touch!

LeAnne said...

This is so cool! I love that it is a bit non-traditional!!! Your envelope is a nice added touch!

Diane - Rubber 'n Rafters said...

Nancy great card - the DSP is a great replacement for stamps on this beauty. Love the poker face on that queen! This one makes me think of Louie 8-)
PS: Love your envelope to match.