a creative mind at work in the deep dark basement

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Merci



Libby Hickson is our hostess this week over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge and here is her challenge for you all:

Although I live in Atlanta, Georgia, I spend every summer traveling vicariously around France, thanks to a bunch of boys on bicycles riding in the Tour de France! It always inspires me to create cards with a little French flair - so today I'm challenging you to do the same! Anything you can think of - the colors of France, French script, classic landmarks - whatever you'd like, just give your card a little French flair!


All you Stampotique fans know that finding some french flair in the collections of stamps is not easy...but I managed to figure something out.

My brother and sister-in-law had watched our little Moochie pooh (dog) while we were on vacation and so I wanted to make them a thank you card.  Now, my dog is not a poodle but I thought this poodle image would be perfect anyway.

I added some Sparkly Fluff onto the poodle (enlarge the small photo to see).  

Hope you will join us over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week and show us your French Flair.
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Card details:
Stamps: Alpha Lower 7177 and Bella 9225 from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock: Whisper White, Basic Black, My Mind's Eye Lost & Found 3 Ruby
Inks: Perfect Little Black Dress
Embellishments: Webster's Pages trim, Marvy Uchida punches, Sparkly Fluff-silver



6 comments:

Vicki Parson said...

Oh my gosh what a cute little doggie!! Love the texture on his fur! :)

Stef H said...

awwwwwwwwwww... how cute!

hope it's nice and cool by you. still hot here.

hugs :)

Crystal said...

AWWWW how SUPER SWEET this is!!! LOVE that poodle..ADORABLE!

Samantha Read said...

Gorgeous Kim!

roc said...

this is adorable!

Libby Hickson said...

Love your french flair with that adorable little french poodle! Sorry I challenged your creative brain so much. :-)

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