Saturday, January 17, 2015

Blended Bloom in Brown

Hello Friends 
    Yes more Blended Bloom with Blendabilites but very different in skin tone color. I always love vintage and this would go in that category perfect right? Using the new DSP Something Borrowed on one and the other one is Typeset and that new Sahara Sand Lace trim it's so perfect for this card. Like I mention a week or so ago I will present at Leadership in Orlando FL.  and my presentation is all about Blendabilitites so I wanted something different so I choose the skin tone for the flower well it turn out that this color is perfect for winter flower right..... I will list all the supplies at the bottom for both card almost the same just the DSP and ribbon I switch. 
So my question to you is what do you think of the brown flower? Can wait to see your respond. Leave a comment and I will pick randomly a winner and send the winner one of these card. I will announce the winner Monday so make sure to check my post and if your name is there you will need to send me your mailing address so I can mail you a card. 
Well my friends this is it for today, I will be with 12 other women today stamping, it is a stamp a stack on Sympathy card not fun to do them when you need them so in a group no mater what kind of card we stamp it is always fun :) 
 till next time Happy Stamping 




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France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United States, that loves to create and share paper crafting. Hope I inspired you to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

35 comments:

  1. Quite elegant! Shari McElroy-Sinclair

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  2. Awesome card!!! Love the vintage look! Just love your posts Frenchie! Thank you for sharing! Hope I get a chance to win this beautiful card!!! Have not done Blendabilites as yet. Thinking about it!

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  3. I like the darker background. & the darker flower - very impressive & very vintage. Good Luck with your presentation at Leadership. Karen C.

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  4. I would have never thought of using brown but I think it is striking! Definitely going to try it. Thanks for the idea, love it!

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  5. Lovely card. I like the one on the right with the burlap ribbon. I think it has more contrasts and like that best. Keep doing such wonderful work!!

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  6. Wow France that is absolutely stunning. I would have never thought to use brown tones for that flower. You always come up with some amazing ideas. Thanks for sharing. Wish I could see your presentation in Florida.

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  7. I don't think I have ever seen a brown flower that was living, but you know what? It works! I love it! How fun, that you get to go to a stamp a stack. I wish I had enough ladies around me to do something like that, even if it is sympathy. That way though, you will have them when you need them, and get to have fun today too.

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  8. I love what you did with the typeset background by adding the leaf from the butterfly set. Creative! I also really like the new lace trim with the pearls on the other card. Very vintage. Pretty, pretty! You never cease to amaze me. I love following your blog :)

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  9. I like the card with what looks like the white embossed background. the brown flowers look fantastic to me but I like odd colors for things.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  10. Ooh, la la! These are stunning! I can't wait to see your presentation at Leadership!

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  11. I think that is great. Very elegant,vintage and just very pretty!
    Can't wait to see your presentations for blendabilities.

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  12. Truly enjoy your posts and lovely cards. The more "vintage" one on the left is my favorite. Thanks again for sharing your creativity.

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  13. Frenchie I love the Black Background with the Brown Flower----very Classy looking. I like cards that stop you and say "I'm different" and that one does. It looks like and art piece.

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  14. Beautiful card, I will miss the Leadership meetings this year, disappointed, would love to see your demonstration with the Blendabilities. Have a great time while here in Florida.

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  15. I love he card with the burlap accent so stunning thanks for all you do....

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  16. I really like both cards, I too would not have thought of a brown flower but they are so pretty. Love the lace and burlap :) Thanks for sharing!!

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  17. LOVE LOVE the brown flower--very elegant looking!! Will have to try to CASE this, but would LOVE a video. Ronalyn Eppinger
    eppinger168@comcast.net

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  18. I never would have thought of using brown for flowers, but these are gorgeous! Love the background paper too.

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  19. The brown flower is gorgeous France! You have outdone yourself once more!

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  20. Like everyone else, I love the brown flower. I wouldn't have thought of using brown, another reason why I love getting your posts everyday! Thank you!

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  21. Absolutely beautiful !! I love the brown flower on the card. When I first got my Blendies I tried all the colors using a stamped flower and thought the brown one looked like a dead flower, but on your cards they look very alive and gorgeous!! I must CASE *Ü* Thanks for sharing and have a great time at Leadership.

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  22. Please list the dimensions of the cardstocks.

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  23. I never imagined brown flowers but they are beautiful. I will have to try the blendabilities.

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  24. I really like the warmth that is brings to the card. Very, very nice. It could even be used for a masculine card if no frills are added.

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  25. Striking color that can be combined with so many differentry papers!

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  26. Very Elegant looking. I would have never tried this color. Thanks.

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  27. Awesome! I love the last picture. The color combination really speaks to me. Thank you for sharing your time, talents, and imagination with us.

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  28. I like the darker brown. You are so smart. Have a good trip.

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  29. What beautiful cards. The one with the lace is my favorite. You are so creative. I learn something new from you all the time.

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  30. Wowsa!!!!! Who'd have thought this flower would look so amazing in brown! Your cards are both knockout!!!! I believe there will be a ton of casing done....I'll be one for sure!!!

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  31. I like the brown flower...never thought to use brown...would make a nice man's card.

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  32. What a beautiful timeless flower! Elegant. Something I would love to give to somebody

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