Aug 21, 2020

Hello Paris


Mary back today with a cheerful greeting, which is sadly not coming to you from Paris, but once this pandemic is over my plans to visit Paris will be back on track and all the dies and stamps I purchased to document the trip will get lots of used in my Paris Travel Journal.   In the meantime, I will showcase the dies and stamps on my cards here and on my blog.  

For today's card I used distressed inks and an stitched oval die to create a front shaker card panel.

I placed a white glitter die cut La Tour Eiffel die by Frantic Stamper in the center of my oval window and a white glitter die cut hello die by Spellbinders along the top left arch of the oval.  Here's a link all the hello dies currently available... I'm off to find a French hello die :)

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  1. This is spectacular, Mary! What an awesome shaker card and great use of the Eiffel Tower die cut. This is in my stash too and you have inspired me to use it this way. The background frame is fabulous also. TFS!

  2. Thanks for the lovely comment Vicki. I love the Eiffel Tower die also and decided to leave it our on me desk for a while, so I can use it again :)


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