Tuesday 30 October 2012

French Femme

Taken a little break from Christmas cards again,  can't get my head round making anything else at the moment , its only the end of October and I'm well ahead of myself this year, the only problem with doing them early is when it gets closer to Christmas and I start seeing all the gorgeous cards other people have done I feel like starting all over again!. 

Used another piece of craftwork cards French paper, it was green so altered it a bit with pink and lilac pan pastels so it blended in a bit better, this time I did manage to leave some of the Eiffel  Tower showing. The lady .dog ,palm and wording are from an old non sequeteur set, stamped tower is Clarity stamp and of course the background text is Tim Holtz

Make My Monday - French theme -feminine or romantic

Sugar Creek Hollow - Text

The Pink Elephant Challenge- Vintage or shabby chic


  1. Stunning card and lovely muted colours x

  2. Gorgeous and Elegant spring to mind on seeing your card. Fantastic stamps and details. Thank you for joining us again this week at SCH.
    Yvonne x

  3. Oh so pretty! LOVE the pop of green on top of the other subtle shades! Thanks for joining us at MMM! :)

  4. Fabulously French!! Love your lace and baker's twine!! Thank you for joining us at Sugar Creek Hollow!!

  5. This is gorgeous Joan, love the colours and background with this image.
    Just been reading about your bug, but sorry I can't help, only have the CB.
    Avril xx

  6. Bonjouir Joan, Love your feminine card, super subtle colours. Thanks for sharing with us at MMM. Hope to see you again, sorry for the delay in commenting. Caz

  7. so lovely! thanks for joining us at The Pink Elephant!

  8. A stunner Joan. The images are lovely and the colours and embellishing look beautiful.
    Thanks for playing along at Make My Monday and like Caz, a bit late with the comment!
    Fliss xx

  9. Congratulations for this wonderful card being chosen in the Top 3 at MMM. Caz


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