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Thursday, 28 October 2010

Paris France

Haven't used these stamps for ages. The Lady,the dog , plant and words are all from an old Non Sequitur plate, the background swirly stamp is Impression-Obsessions. The picture of the Eiffel Tower is a freebie from the Graphic Fairy. Made this for Lets Ink It Up challenge which is Make A Scene. This card is not as wonky as it looks on here , the black is not part of the card, just a piece of card I put behind it to scan it, maybe I should have cropped it a bit !


  1. This is a terrific scene Joan, love the sophistication of it and great stamping. Thank you for joining in at LIIU. Annette x

  2. Beautiful work, Joan! Congratulations!
    I like doing graphics work, but do not know if I use the right program ... I use Photoshop ...



  3. This is a beautiful the colour of the dress against the background.

  4. Ooh la la Joan, I just love this scene so elegant and romantic it is gorgeous. Off to check out that freebie image. Thank you for sharing at Let's Ink It Up.
    Hugs Shirley x

  5. A beautiful scene, love the stamps you used.

  6. Tres bonne mon ami, c'est MANIFIQUE!!!! J'aime le chien et la femme, elle est tres elegant.
    That's as far as my French goes Joan(tee hee). You have really captured the scene and a moment in time. Very clever and TRES CHIC. Love the whole composition.
    Love Carol x

  7. Wow, This scene is haute coture!!! I love it(your colors are great).
    Thanks for joining us at Let's Ink It Up this time. Good Luck!
    Hugs, Agnieszka

  8. Hi Joan - hope you are well! Just popping in to compliment you on this beautiful card!


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