Tuesday, July 28, 2009

2nd Post....The Doubledog Dare!!

Today's hostess for the Doubledog Dare Challenge is Anne (Itsapassion). She dared the group to make a 'good enough to eat' card, meaning something edible on the front. In addition, the only CS we could use had to have the name of a food in it, and NO DP.

My butler is bringing me a sweet and juicy Granny Green apple on a Pomegranate RED tray with a lovely doily, since I am so refined!!

I used only Celery, white and Pomegranate RED, per the instructions. I versamarked the apple, then inked it in celery, and embossed with sparkly clear EP. It doesn't show up well in the pic, but it's there. I had some new ribbon, and truthfully, based the card on that! Thanks for looking.

11 comments:

Connie said...

Oh very fun, Anne!! Love the ribbon on the top of the apple!!

JulieA said...

How cute! Great take for the DDC! Love the apple on the platter.

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

Yummy! very yummy!

hugs,

Tenia Nelson said...

Awesome card!!

Anonymous said...

TEE! What an awesome card Anne!! I love your ribbon on the apple!! :)

Anne said...

Anne you are the bomb!! Fabulous design, love the butler's hand, too fun!! You knocked this challenge out of the park, past all the parked cars and beyond the freeway!! Love it!!

Shannon Erskine aka e3stamper said...

LOL!! Love your refined Granny smith apple Anne!! too cute!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What a fun challenge and you even got to use red!! O.k. Pomegranite red!! Too funny!! Fabulous design!! Love your refined apple!!!

Joanne Travis said...

Well la di dah Miss Anne, you are lucky to have a butler. We have a maid here (me!)
Love your DDC card. I forgot about the Pomegranate, a chance for you to get some red in your card :)
Love this!!!

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Way to work your beloved red into this! I love that apple with the pretty bow on top; great job with the DDC challenge!

Julia Aston said...

Great job on the DDC Anne! love that butler hand - and fun pear! I'm so nervous about tackling this - I'm afraid I'll use the wrong name colors!?!!? LOL!!!