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Saturday, 16 July 2016

Inkspirational #113

Hi All,

We have our photo challenge for you this week at Inkspirational. Check out the gorgeous cake photo below! I love the photo and was so tempted to go with the London theme but decided to shock you all and go for another city! So Paris it is:


This is my Anniversary card for my hubby in September. We got engaged in Paris! I just heat embossed the Eiffel Tower using bronze embossing powder. I love the way it looks on the hot pink. I then just embossed the sentiment on vellum and added a few enamel dots.



Our Guest Designer for this challenge is the very talented Jane. Check out her blog here. I am sure you will come away inspired to get inky!

Then pop over to Inkspirational and see what Jane and our lovely DT have created to get you crafting x






21 comments:

  1. When am I going to see a Sydney themed card on your blog Sandie?! This is CAS perfection - loving the trio of enamel dots and hot pink. I'm sure your hubbie will love it!

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    1. I do have a Sydney stamp...so watch this space

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  2. Absolutely love the gold on pink. Gorgeous color combo and design.

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  3. Gorgeous colour combination and fabulous design, Sandie! Ooh la la

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  4. I do love this pretty pink Paris card, Sandie!! That bronze embossing powder looks very cool against the pink; might have to look into getting some! I'm sure your DH will love this. Happy Sunday. Bev

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  5. Stunning! Love your colors and your design, Sandie. CAS perfection once again!

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  6. I love the embossing on the hot pink - this is a stunner!

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  7. Oh, I love that wonderful hot pink with the gold Eiffel Tower, Sandie!!! Such a great sentiment for hubby on your anniversary - love it on the vellum strip!!! The three enamel dots complete the picture beautifully!!!! Lovely!!!
    Hugz

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  8. How romantic that you were proposed to in Paris! I LOVE Paris, having traveled to that beautiful city two years in a row when my brother and I did our Tour de France trips (met my husband just after our second trip...guess all that 'bike' stuff was preparing me for meeting him *grin*). Your hot pink card sporting the gold Eiffel Tower...swooning! I adore this (and YOU!)
    Hugs~c

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  9. Beautiful card, and it will bring back very special memories for your husband
    Jane

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  10. Love the hot pink and your off-set stamped Eiffel tower! Full of romance this card. :) xxx

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  11. Super that you used the bold vibrant pink as your BG! And it really doesn't need more; great balanced design again! Hugs, Gerrina

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  12. Love this hot pink and CAS-alicious card! The sentiment is perfect with the image. I've never been to Paris. Or anywhere in Europe. I'd love to go someday. I'd make a special stop in London for sure! ;-)

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  13. What a sweet and fabulous card! I love all the wonderful pink and gorgeous Eiffel Tower!

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  14. Perfectly executed - awesome!

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  15. Perfect CAS design Sandie. Love the embossing on the hot pink. Awesome colours. xx

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  16. How romantic Sandie! Love your cards. I'm so sorry that my husband's health precludes me from visiting very often. I appreciate your faithful visits to my blog. They really encourage me. Best, Yvonne

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  17. Engaged in Paris! What could be more romantic than the city of love. =) I like the bold, pink and the sentiment on vellum is a great touch!
    - Shauna

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  18. This is a photo challenge I can work with, the colors or theme, I haven't decided yet. I do like the hot pink and how the Eiffel Tower is tucked behind the vellum strip. Modern and romantic.

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  19. The bronze embossed Eiffel Tower is gorgeous against that awesome pink, Sandie ... stylish and delicious ... and so romantic! Hugs, Anita :)

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  20. The pink and gold look amazing together, and who doesn't like the Eiffel Tower, right?

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