Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Voulez-vous - aha!




Hi and good morning to one and all :D I hope this week is finding you well so far. Have to work a late shift tonight so I am a bit grumpy LOL! A little tempting turquoise number for you using my newly acquired (wink*wink) baroque motifs set from Stampin' Up! and the luscious papers from the sunny day scrappin kit.

Some lurve notes for you too, again using some recently acquired stamps - the En Francais background. Due to all of these new acquisitions I am listing a load of retired Stampin' Up! sets over at in love with stamping market place for sale to fund this recent spree lol!

Have a great day & see you soon xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!

Stamps: Baroque motifs and En Francais. Ink: creamy caramel, not quite navy, old olive and tempting turquoise. Card stock: Tempting turquoise, night of navy, whisper white and very vanilla. Paper: sunny day scrappin kit. Misc: Silver brads. Other: PTI buttons and material from stash.

6 comments:

Juls said...

wow!! your first card is gorgeous...so nice and fresh looking, and I love the rounded corner!

Love the notelets, they are so stylish and elegant..the script is just gorgeous, and the little touch of foliage is the perfect finishing touch!

hugs Juls

Lynn said...

Emma,
Really love both cards...but the second ones...wow! Stunning, stunning, stunning!

Aimes said...

Making fabulous use of your new crafty purchases hun - y'see why can't I do this to justify everything I buy?!?! LOL!
Oh try not to be to down about your late shift; the closer you are to starting it, the closer you are to finishing it ;D
Hugs,
Aimes
x

Stephanie said...

Hi Honey, I've just had a catchup on your blog & oh my word it was such a pleasure! You know how much I love your work & you never disappoint ;) Hope you're well, take care XOXO

Stephanie said...

Hi Honey, just been catching up on your blog & oh my word what a pleasure it was too! You know how much I admire your work & you never disappoint ;) Hope you're well, take care XOXO

My Little Space said...

Stunning creations Emma!

Take care,
Mandy