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I'm in Love!.... Introducing the Parisian Beauty Bundle


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Well, what can I say...I'm in Love! The Parisian Beauty Bundle is just amazing.... I have so many ideas running around in my head for this set it's crazy, I have partially completed projects all over my desk, I finally knuckled down and completed this one to share with you today.

This is my first attempt at a "DL" size card too, and I must say, I quite like the tall and skinny proportions of this card size. II wanted to use the new Champagne Rhinestones, so I I decided  on a Petal Pink and Crumb Cake colour combination.

The background was stamped using the Stamparatus, so easy to get consitant spacing by just moving the plate a notch, and of so effective. I repeat stamped the border under the main sentiment also using the Stamparatus, stamping the image onto a clear sheet, so that I could then align the image to stamp a continuous row the width of the card.

I had so much fun with the card that I kept inking up and created a matching envelope!


Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed seeing my project please take a few moments to leave me a comment I'd love to hear what you think. There are so many amazing creations you won't want to miss. Below is the list for the other participating members, you can either click the name after mine or use the NEXT button to be taken directly to Peta Stephen.
https://www.stampincat.com.au/esad-2020-mini-catalogue-sale-a-bration-blog-hop

Thanks for visiting today, I hope you enjoyed viewing my project. Stay tuned for more inspiration and tips this month. I truly appreciate your support, it inspires me to keep crafting and helps to keep my blog and YouTube channel running. 






Comments

  1. Beautiful card, Sue. That format is perfect for the Eiffel tower x

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  2. Gosh, I just love the pretty vintage feel of this card so much! Gorgeous :)

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  3. I think your choice of card size works well with the Eiffel tower, thanks for the inspiration.

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  4. Love this Sue. This size works really well with this set. Thanks for sharing. x

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  5. I love this size card and the colours you have used Sue just beautiful x

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  6. Great colour combination Sue and the Corrugated embossing folder works really well on the background.

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  7. Fantastic card, Sue. Love the color combination you chose!

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  8. Gorgeous card Sue, the Eiffel Tower works so well on a DL size card

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  9. THAT is such a cool size card, and I love your design.

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  10. Gorgeous project, Sue. Thanks for sharing

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  11. Perfect sizing for card! It works so well with the tower

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  12. That is just so beautiful Sue. I love that size card - perfect for all of your fab details.

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  13. I love the sentiment stamped in the background. Just did that on a card I made today. Your choice of colors is so elegant, too.

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