Thursday, January 17, 2013

En Francais


 French is the language of love, and with this graceful scripting, you'll love the elegant look that a simple background stamp can create. 
  • The card base in Whisper White measures 5-1/4" x 5-1/4"
  • Layer Pink Pirouette, Whisper White & Basic Black card stock.
  • Stamp En Francais (109521) in StazOn onto Whisper White card stock
  • Add a  delicate and dainty Paper Doily (129399)
  • Add Silky, smooth Pink Pirouette/Rose Red 1-1/4" Two-Tone Ribbon (129294)
  • Stamp En Francais onto Pink Piroutte and punch using the Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309) for the inside of the Designer Builder Brad (129329).
  • Lastly, add 3 Basic Black Brads (119736)
 

Stamps: En Francais


 

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!

9 comments:

  1. Such an elegant card. I adore that beautiful pink bow!

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  2. This was one of the 1st BGS I got fm SU Beth and I will NEVER part with it!! Love how you have made it the feature on this card with that luscious bow and brad!!! ooxx

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  3. Dear Beth, that is an absolutely adorable card. I love every detail of it! I definetly need to coopy it! The colours, the pink bow in combination with en francais stamp - a dream!

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  4. Stunning card! All the little details add up to a beatiful, elegant card.

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  5. Absolutely breath-taking card, Beth! So feminine, I wish I could touch it!

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  6. This was the very first background stamp that I bought (via eBay!!!) several years ago and it is the one that I reach for most often for many cards....your creation is fabulous - the ribbon (love it!!!) and the build-a-brad and doily...WOW!!!!!!!!!

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  9. Wow! Absolutely stunning! Just the other day I found this site with tons of quality ribbons for sale but had absolutely no use for them until now! Looks like I'll be going back and buying some :) What would you think about replacing the doily with a ribbon as well? Maybe a black color?

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