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Monday, November 11, 2013

#1 Anniversary Paris Card

Created this Anniversary Card using a sketch which you can see below.

Used Destinations Cricut cartridge to make the Paris Eiffel Tower.

Used Buff Ivory with pearls design scanned & printed on it for sentiment tag. Hand calligraphy wrote the sentiment. Used a stamp of XXXX for doodling. Added buttons, lace & ribbon bow.
























Supplies List 


buttons: 2 clear
calligraphy: hand calligraphy wrote the sentiment
Cricut cartridge: Destinations 2" Eiffel Tower
ink: VersaFine Onyx Black
lace: the Paper Studio Ecru Lace
machine: Cricut, Sizzix BIGkick
paper: cardstock - Kraft Journal Store Buff Ivory, Recollections cardstock, white
ribbon: Spool O' Ribbon black
Spellbinder: Nest Classic Ovals
stamp: TPC Studio Sewing XXXX

Entering this into the following challenges:

11/11 Die Cuttin Divas Ch40 Sketch 3E(#2) 11/5















11/11 Loves Rubber Stamps Ch77 Anything Goes UE 11/5

11/11 {PIN}spirational Ch#82 5E(#1) 11/5

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/141581982009112885/





















11/13 Crafty Ribbons Ch69 Black & White 5E(#4) 11/7

11/16 Pile It On Ch45 Show Us Your Tools UE 11/10
11/16 Simon Says Stamp Mon Ch: Got Ink 5E(#3) 11/11

11/17 Craft Your Passion Ch188 Add Some Doodling 3E(#1) 11/11
11/17 Fantabulous Cricut #186 Ribbons & Buttons 1E(#1) 11/11
11/17 Kraft Journal Ch146 Use Any Sketch 2E(#2) 11/11

11/19 Aud Sentiments Ch93 Feminine Card 5E(#1) 11/6

11/30 DLART Thankful Thurs Nov Linky Ch UE 11/7
11/30 Ribbon Carousel RCC87 Holidays & Celeb Ch UE 11/5

17 comments:

  1. How beautiful. Thanks for joining us for our Sketch Challenge at DCD.
    Anita
    DCD Host & Sponsor Coordinator

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  2. So beautiful. Thank you for joining us over at Loves Rubberstamps. Hugs Nina

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  3. Great card, I really like the mix of patterns you used!

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  4. Hi Melissa; I have seen you participated 5 times already for our black-and-white challenge at Crafty Ribbons! I admire you for being a fast scrapper, I think you are faster than many! You must have lots of time to create! Good luck in all the challenges,

    La Vikinga / Crafty Ribbons

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  5. Lovely creation, thank you for joining in this week's Crafty Ribbon challenge, Kate x

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  6. Elegant and classy! Thank you - Melissa, for joining us at {PIN}spirational Challenges. :) The new weekly challenge is now posted.

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  7. Really pretty. I like that patterned paper you used for the oval..makes for an interesting focal point behind the tower. Thanks for joining Pinspirational Challenges this week!

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  8. Very nice and lovely papers. thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments for our feminine challenge.

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  9. You have done it again! Another beautiful creation that made me really homesick for Paris...even though I've never been. I adore the dimension you added with the buttons and ribbon and I was really impressed with your calligraphy skills! I thought that was a stamp but you did it by hand! Wow! Really great card that really showcases your talents. I'm so glad that you share your creations with us here at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

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  10. Your card is lovely. I like the CAS character from it.
    Thanks for joining us at Craft your Passion.
    xxx Michelle

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  11. Very elegant! I love the Eiffel Tower! Thank you for sharing with us at The Kraft Journal!

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  12. Great take on the challenge at {PIN}spirational. Thanks for joining us at {PIN}!

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  13. super cute. Thanks for playing with FCCB

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  14. Very pretty :) Thank you for joining us at FCCB!!!

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  15. Neat card! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
    ~DEANNE~
    A Little Bit O' Paper

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  16. Love the colors you chose. The stripes and polka dots work great together. Thanks for joining us this week at FCCB. Kim

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