Sunday, February 20, 2011

Paris Amour

Good Sunday, Bloggers.... We are having a beautiful sunny day in Northern Alberta today - it may be cold outside, but I don't mind at all as long as the sky is blue and the sun is shining!

Today I'm sharing a card that covers three challenges....
The Sweet Stop - Sketch
Our Creative Corner - Get Wordy - Using a sentiment stamp to create a background
Splitcoast Inspiration Challenge - The website this week was WallTAT and I've included the wall tattoo that caught my eye for inspiration....of course I'm still remembering my summer holiday
in Paris - hard to forget!!!!

I hope you have a wonderful Sunday - thanks for stopping by for a visit. Joan

Stamp Set - Artistic Etchings
Paper - Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Love Letter DSP
Ink - Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler
Other - Vintage Brads, Sponge Daubers, Dimensionals


Marlene said...

Oooh, pretty! I really love the "vintage" looking cards with anything Eiffel Tower on them.

Sarah Gough said...

this is gorgeous! what a lovely reminder of your vacation! Thanks for 'Getting Wordy!' with Our Creative Corner this week!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Your card is wonderful, Joan! Love the colors and image. The way you have stamped your sentiment so it goes in more than one direction is terrific! Super job on the Getting Wordy challenge! So glad to see you joining in the fun with us this week at Our Creative Corner!


Dawn Easton said...

Gorgeous card! Love that image!!!! Glad you are having sunshine up there! I'm happy it's going to warm up soon!

Rebecca Ednie said...

Very pretty. I love French-themed stuff! It reminds me of toile wall paper! Thanks for playing at the OCC this week.

Nick Thomas said...

Happy Presidents Pets Day - the day after Presidents Day, as I like to call it. In the US, we love our presidents..... pets. See my blog for a good ol' howl.

Arlene said...

Great card - love your embellishment and colors. Terrific layering.

Jennifer Rzasa said...

Such a beautiful card! The sentiment and Eiffel Tower go perfectly together! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Our Creative Corner :)

Anonymous said...

Wow that is beautiful!! Awesome vintage going on here. Love it.
Beth Greco