Another Medallion & En Francais Card

Medallion & En Francais stamp sets

The creation of this card began with a piece of cardstock which I had stamped on for another card and then put off to the side because it wasn’t quite right.  It seemed a shame to waste the piece of cardstock so I sat down to find a way to use it.

Kind Thoughts Brocade Stencil

I used a lot of different stamps and accessories on this card.  It is probably hard to see but I used the Medallion stamp below the flower.  It is very faint because I sponged ink onto the stamp and then stamped it onto the cardstock.  I also used the En Fraincaise and Baroque Motifs stamp sets.    The image in the lower left corner is from the Kind Thoughts Brocade Stencil

The pearls and flower are from the Pretties Kit.  Hopefully I didn’t go overboard with the pretties but I enjoyed using them!  The flower is held together with one of the small Brown Corduroy buttons.  Below the flower is Chocolate Chip Satin Ribbon.

Comments

  1. LOVE the colors… this is really terrific!!!

  2. Love it! Simply stunning. TFS

  3. Gorgeous Becky!!!

  4. I LOVE IT, it’s really gorgeous. I like your ingenuity in saving that piece of cardstock! Haven’t we all tried an idea and were less than happy with the outcome? Yours is the perfect example on how to salvage our little dreams!!!

  5. This is beautiful, Becky! I love how you used the cordoruy button. Love the pretties!

  6. Patricia Gessner

    Becky, I never would have come up with this card on my own. You are so talented!! It is a very appealing card and someone would love to receive it.

  7. It’s beautiful! I love all the different stamps you used to create this card. Sometimes our mistakes make the most beautiful things.

    Sandy

  8. Absolutely beautiful!! tfs

  9. Very pretty, thaks for sharing. regads from Australia!

  10. Stunning! I am really enjoying the vintage style that I’m seeing around, just gorgeous!

  11. Jennifer Davis

    Beautiful! I must remember to use more layers. It’s adds so much more rich depth. And all those extras! Perfect. It’s not too much at all.
    Thanks for sharing this one. I will save it as an example for later cards.
    Jen

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