Sunday, June 8, 2014

Paris Card

 photo RunwayInspiredChallengePhoto.jpg It's been awhile since I've had time to do any challenge blogs but found a "little" time to play yesterday. :) My Paris card is for Runway Inspired #61.  photo RunwayInspiredChallengeCard.jpg This was a FUN card to do. I tried to stay "true" to the photo inspiration from Runway Inspired's challenge. The stamps are by Darcie's, LLC which I heat embossed with black embossing powder for extra sharpness. The Eiffel Tower die is by Sizzix. The cardstock is by Diecuts With A View. The summer is off and running. Lots of heat and afternoon thunderstorms which makes for staying in the air conditioning a nice thing indeed. My youngest graduated from high school last week (valedictorian of her class....WOOT, WOOT). :) I'm trying to spend as much time with her as possible before she leaves for college in August (sniff, sniff). I'm beginning to think this "mom" stuff is hard. Wink. We have a fun road trip to Dallas planned soon where I have tickets to see Paul McCartney plus the musical Mamma Mia. Visit again soon, stay safe and cool this summer.


Anonymous said...

Awesome way of using those white areas for stamping the word Paris! Your card has a great sense of continuity from one side of the card to the other with that gorgeous image of the Eiffel Tower in the middle! Thanks for joining us on the Runway Bev ;-)

Lindsay said...

Lovely card Beverly! I love how you were inspired, such a great take on the picture! Thanks for playing along with us at the Runway Inspired Challenge!

Christine Kiehl said...

I really like what you did here. Very creative and one good lookin card!

Unknown said...

Hi Beverly,
some time ago you were kind enough to send me a Frankenstein image, could you possibly send it to me again? I appreciate it very much, thank you in advance, Dina Herrmann

Beverly S. said...'s a sure sign of "old age" when you can't remember something. ha-ha Jog my memory about the Frankenstein image.
Send me your email address and I will get back to you. :)

Unknown said...

Hi Bev
I certainly understand the old age thing. My address is . I really appreciate your time & trouble. Thanks so much, Dina

Esme said...

this is adorable.