Monday, 12 October 2009

Ah Paris!

This week I've been playing with Hero Arts' gorgeous new digital set 'Ah Paris!'.  So much to LOVE in this set.



I wanted the chocolate box to appear as if it was being offered to the recipient of the card so I pop dotted it to create the dimension...  Look at the gorgeous fleur de lis background.  I recoloured the image in Photoshop, lined it up in Word and printed onto a Hero Arts pool notecard.  The sentiment is also from the digikit.


Then I combined the chocolate box with my fave Antique Flower Background stamp and used a sentiment stamp from the HA Thank You Sayings set.



Supplies: Images, Stamps, Pool Ink, Notecards - Hero Arts; Ribbon - Creative Impressions; Spellbinders Nestabilities - Labels 1; sewing machine.
Hope everyone's Monday was OK!

12 comments:

Jane said...

Brilliant!!! So CUTE!

Kelly Booth said...

LOVE these....Still can't figure the Digi out!!!!

Alice Wertz said...

those are so sweet Lucy! the silk ribbons just made them so elegant! love them!

Kathy said...

Beautiful LUcy...love the colors and the elegance to them both! Perfect stitching as well!Big Hugs,Kathy
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paula said...

Lucy your cards are always so beautifully done. :D

Diana said...

Delightful. Thanks for sharing your inspiration!

Momiji said...

these are great!..I know a lot of chocolate lovers who would just love them..

DottyJo said...

Lucy, this is sooooo cute - I am going to rush over and buy this little cutie immediately! Jo x

Virginia L. said...

Ah.... Lucy! Love your Paris-inspired card. It does remind me of the time in Paris....Love it!!

Tiffany said...

Yummy! This is indeed tres Paris!! So elegant!

Emily said...

Hey Lucy!
I haven't been on here for a while - very remiss of me. But I'd like to place an order to buy ALL these cards when I see you next! You have been doing miraculous things with those digital images. Just incredible. I think you have found your niche!
lots of love xx

Tricia said...

nice clean lines on this card. I love the colors too. **sigh** someday I will make it to Paris.