Friday, September 16, 2011

DCM 'How Many Candles?'

This week is Kathy's turn to set our challenge at the Daring Cardmakers. Kathy has asked that we simply make a Birthday Card with at least one candle.

We are joining in the celebrations for the launch of Funky Hand latest Papercraft Factory CD and have a wonderful prize to give away to one lucky winner!

'Happy Happy Birthday'

Our lucky random draw winner will receive a copy of this fabulous, brand new CD Rom!

Funky Hand design and supply a fabulous range of digital papers, images and templates for crafting projects. Visit the Funky Hand website and you'll find the fabulous Papercraft Factory CDs and also, for instant gratification downloadable paper and digi image collections.

To be in the draw you must:
1. make a card for this week's challenge and leave a link so we can see it
2. add links to your blog telling your readers about Funky Hand and the Daring Cardmakers
3. enter your card for no more than FIVE other challenges

{If you would like to try using a Funky Hand Freebie, visit Get Funky! where you'll find this months new Funky Fifteenth freebie available to download right now}.

Here is my card:

I have used the 'Prezzie Time' digi papers for both my background and also for my striped frame die cut.

Supplies used:
Cardstock - Funky Hand, White card
Ribbon - Pink Satin Pleat from the ribbon reel
Stamps - Darkroom Door Butterfly from the ribbon reel, WMS Vintage Labels 18
Other - 25mm Pink Rose, Glamour Dust, Promarkers Pastel Pink/Canary/Honeycomb, Memento Angel Pink



Lythan said...

that is so pretty. I love the subtle little candle!

Pauline said...

Keilly this is gorgeous! I love the big beautiful butterfly, and that pleated ribbon is lush!

Sandra said...

Ooo this card is beautiful!!
Sandra x

Sharon (glitterangel) said...

Beautiful card - love the flower and butterfly, really pretty and girly x

Jo said...

Love your card - so pretty - cool idea for a little candle :)

jo xx

Kathy said...

This is perfect - so elegant and beautiful

Loopylou. said...

keilly this is so gentle and pretty, such a gorgeous way to use the papers.
hugs Lou xxx