July 2, 2010

European Peacock Amour!







Here is the beautiful Peacock cut from the new French Manor.  I used the New scallop border and corner punches from Stampin' Up! to cut the Sahara Sand and Tempting Turquiose card stock.  I used blushing bride and perfect plum cardstock to cut out the peacock.  I also used the Stampin' dimensionals to make it pop from the card.  The new Artistic Etchings stamp set was used to stamp the eiffel tower and Amour on the front of the card with Early Espresso classic ink on Early Espresso cardstock.  As you can see these colors are in the ribbon on the front of the card. 

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11 comments:

scrappingfrog said...

Very nice! You are so lucky to have gotten in the circle.

xosparklesxo said...

Very pretty!

ChatterScene.com said...

I love !! Great Job! Also I wanted you to invite you to come talk about card making and scrapbooking at my web site:) http://www.chatterscene.com
I would love to have more people over there who love it like I do:) Also check out my blog too:)

MomsBeenScrappin said...

very nice!

Gail said...

The peacock is so pretty.

Kate said...

That peacock is gorgeous! I love the Eiffel Tower in the background!

Margie said...

Beautiful card! Love the stamps!

BeeBeebabs said...

Very pretty tfs

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

very pretty. I love the diagonal ribbon. have to use that soon.
Still waiting on mine to come

Sherry said...

Thanks for taking the time to share some of these images. Can't wait to get mine!

Jennifer Stutzman said...

love it!

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