Friday, May 17, 2013

I Love Paris in the Springtime

Happy Friday,

Today's card is for my friend, Diana.  She recently celebrated her birthday in Paris!

I stamped the image on White CS and stamped the flower portion a second time on another piece of White CS.  The flowers were colored with markers, fussy cut, and adhered with dimensionals.  Although I used Black CS, I used Smokey Gray Ink for a softer look. 

I saw this gorgeous card on SCS.  When I went to M's to buy the stamp, there was only one and half of the rubber was discolored.  I didn't get to another M's, so I went back to buy the 'defective' stamp.  Of course, by then it was gone.  Alas, my third trip to M's and they had a new shipment so I was able to finally buy the pretty stamp.

Supplies used: Basic Black, Certainly Celery, So Saffron, and White CS, So Saffron DSP, Versafine Smokey Gray Ink, Markers, Pearls, Marianne Creatables Rose Dies, Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Accent Dies, Beautiful Wings Embosslit, Circle Punches, and Stampendous I Love Paris Stamp. 

I am entering this card in the Simon Says...Flower Power Challenge.

Thanks for stopping by!



Diana said...

Thanks again, I love that card and that stamp is really wonderful. I already put the card on display.
Have a great weekend

Cely said...

omigosh that is sooooo super cute! LOVE the french/tea/shabby chic look!

Marie-Louise said...

Lisa this is really gorgeous.

Latenightstamper said...

what a very pretty card! Nice job. I am sure she will love it! Sherrill Graff

Regina said...

hallo, Lisa
Paris feeling pur! Wunderschön!

Herzlichen Glückwunsch, Lisa, zum Gewinn der BigShot! Toll, das ist wahrlich ein großer Preis!

liebe Grüße aus dem nassen Deutschland

Marisa Job said...

Very pretty card!! Love it!!

Karli said...

Lucky Diana! What a gorgeous card! Fussy cutting always makes a beautiful detail. Hugs~

Ann Schach said...

Absolutely stunning, Lisa! I love the fussy-cut flower. Such an awesome, shabby look!

Joy said...

Gorgeous, I adore anything that is Parisian, just stunning.. thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog