Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Paris Dreams

This booklet is for this week's Play Date Cafe challenge which has a colour theme of pale blue/green, cream, tan and brown.


My booklet is a little zigzag style piece of artwork with featured tags on a Parisien theme.

 
Ingredients Used:
Stamps:
Hero Arts Old French Writing H2365
Crafty Individuals CI-173
Large Background-source unknown
Collage Images-Dezinaworld French Set
VersaFine Inks-Vintage Sepia, Toffee
VersaColor Inks-Seafoam, Topaz, Paprika, Umber
Prima Flowers
Brads and Sticky Ribbon
Brass Stampings-Empire Beads
Basic Grey Motifica Stucco Pattern 12x12
The booklet was made by folding the paper in half and sticking it together. It was then scored to form a 3 panel booklet.
Manila tags were inked and stamped and then the collage images adhered. Embellishments were added.
The booklet was decorated with some more of the French set ephemera before adding the tags.

8 comments:

  1. Oh Fliss...I really do LOVE this entry for the Play Date Cafe Challenge! So glad to hear from you again this week...what a creative way to use the color combo!

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  2. Oh Fliss this is lovely! Fab idea :)

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  3. wow, a lot of beauty going on here. Thanks for taking the Play Date Cafe Challenge with us. Sandi

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  4. Gorgeous, Fliss! What a fabulous creation!

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  5. wow fliss this is superb !! what a gorgeous creation, you are one super talented lady :) love what you did with this one. I will post on dezina too if you are ok with that ? it would look lovely in the gallery
    hugs June xxx

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  6. oh hun this is totally gorjus love it brillinat hugs cheryl xxxxxxx

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  7. WOW Fliss this is WONDERFUL.. you are so amazing.. I love everything you do.. :) such a great job. thanks for playing with us at the PDCC HUGS

    ~I hope you can drop by and visit my blog.. I hve free digi stamps (a new one every wednesday.. and blog candy (upper right corner)
    www.stretchnbubbles.blogspot.com

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  8. These are so....French :-) Love 'em. I don't know how you find the time and creative energy to make all this stuff!

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Fliss xx