Sunday, 4 May 2008

More French flavour

Just playing around with Carte Postale and some Earth Elements. I wasn’t 100% happy with this card because I think I should have put the band and the image higher… you know, using the “rule of thirds”.

But I wanted to combine the gorgeous En Francais background stamp with Carte Postale as I think they are made for each other. I must have another go and see if I can come up with something I like.

Stamps: Carte Postale (p57), En Francais (p58)
Cardstock: Really Rust, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla
Ink: Really Rust, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: 5/8” Grosgrain Ribbon – Old Olive

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5 comments:

  1. ummmm...what is the rule of thirds?? I must be doing everything wrong!! Point me in the right direction if you would. :) I need to know more about the rules...

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  2. I love these colors together! Great job. Beautiful card!

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  3. very vibrant colors. Yes, both feet this morning. I seem to ahve trouble in the mornign with Splitcoast.

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  4. Very pretty! Great color choice!

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  5. Really beautiful cards! I love the colors on this one.

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