Sunday, April 13, 2014

Paris Journey on Kraft

This has been a disappointing and frustrating experience today.  I had another version that, IRL, I liked much more - but I could not get a view that would show up on the screen.  So I did a partial remake - stamping the top part in black rather than Ranger Distress Tea Dye ink.  I also substituted a narrow gold sticker for a ribbon - actually I had used rust and gold twine that looked great.  I used a stamp set that has been gathering dust for a while - from PSX - just fit the challenges!  I used the collage look main stamp, a quill pen, tiny post card, and trunk - the one you cannot really see at the bottom of the card.  The sentiment is a stray from my sentiment collection, and the other two circles are pieces of DP from my new DCWV stack - Heirloom.  I added sponging with the Tea Dye ink.
For a friend:
Paris Journey with Kraft
A little bit French in Tim Holtz style:


Astrid Maclean said...

Sorry to hear you ae feeling frustrated because to my eyes this looks like a really beautiful card! Love how you have put all the elements together! Thanks so much for adding it to our challenge at A Vintage Journey!

~Tammy~ said...

This is beautiful! Perfect for the Paris / France challenge at The Kraft Journal! Thank you for sharing your art with us. I hope you will join us this week as we have a new challenge. We would love to have you see your artwork in our gallery!

Sandra said...

Stunning card! Love all the kraft! Really pretty! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

Unknown said...

Such a wonderful vintage inspired card! Thanks for joining us over at It's All About The Vintage & Beauty Challenge.

Marge said...

This is very style and beautiful card! Thank you for joining Its all about the vintage and beauty challenge.

sara said...

beautiful card thanks so much for joining us at Bunnyzoes this month
hugs sara x x

Meggi Bischoff said...

it´s so beautiful.

thanks for sharing with us it´s all abaout the vintage and good luck

gr. meggi