En français, s’il te plait!

Hmm.. I failed a bit with the theme here.. notice the France theme?  Well, the writing there is definitely not French.  Better luck next time.  My profs would have docked me marks for an inconsistency like that on a project!

This is for *gasp* yet another challenge.  This one’s for Challenge #48 over at Unscripted Sketches.  Check it out and play along!

I had fun playing with my old storybook paper here.  I’ve never used a big piece like this, and I must admit that it didn’t want to stick to double sided tape very well.  The paper’s pretty fibrous so it’d rather pull off the tape.

Oh, and my buttons came from Basic Grey!  I finally found a way to get them from an Ebay seller, and then today a local store also just got some in.  Silly coincidence, but convenient for moi.

In case you’re curious, this is the cute sketch I got to use.


About Shauna

I fell in love with the art of rubber stamping when I was 12 years old. I blame my grandparents. I already had every crafty hobby imaginable when they bought me a few stamps, an ink pad, and some embossing powder. I was hooked. From that point on, no special occasion has gone unmarked by one of my hand-crafted creations. Scrapbooking came next, and though it isn't my first love, it's a close second.
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6 Responses to En français, s’il te plait!

  1. StephC says:

    This is a wonderful take on this weeks sketch! Love the Eiffel Tower image! Thanks so much for joining US this week!
    Unscripted DT

  2. How cute is this! Love your little tower! Thanks for playing at Unscripted Sketches!

  3. Dawb B says:

    Love the look of your blog, the colors are fantastic. The layout is awesome. This card is bright and fun, I just thinks it’s perfect!

  4. Shauna says:

    Thanks so much, Dawn!

  5. Kelly says:

    I love the french feel, mon petite ami! great take on the US sketch!

  6. Shauna says:

    haha.. merci, Kelly!
    I’m a French teacher, so it was fun to actually stick some French pizazz into a card!

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