I really LOVE these images over at the STAMPSMITH. This is from the "Fabulous Faces" sheet of rubber and I believe it is Marlene Dietrich. The STAMPSMITH has a new challenge blog and I made this card for their second challenge. Use black, white and one color. Dp is Graphic 45 and I used my book nestie along with an embossing nestie, ms border punch (never get bored with using) and some sheer ribbon . The charm is from some vintage charm card at JoAnns. Corner has spots of stickles.
Thanks for looking! :) By the way, I am having some major issues with internet explorer and going on to certain blogs. For some reason it isnt letting me . So, I apologize for not commenting on everyones blogs, but I have tried and I am hoping to get this figured out soon! :)
This is gorgeous. So classy.
Beautiful job, Jane! Thanks for joining us this week at The Stampsmith Challenge! :)
Wow. What a gorgeous creation!!
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Love what you created for their challenge. I joined in on the first challenge but I failed to look over their images. Love this
A stunning card you made. She is certainly smouldering LOL. Thank you for joining in the fun over at TSSC#2. Good Luck with the prize draw and hope to see you for challenge #3 very soon! Lynne M
What a fabulous card. I love there stamps. Hugs, Linda
Jane, this is perfect! I love all of the details that you have added to make this so beautiful - the gem is awesome! I too love this image - isn't she beautiful!? Thank you so much for joining us for our second Stampsmith challenge!
Love how you stamped the image..nice, clean, and crisp. That is a really cool Die cut, and the charm is a great addition. Thank you for sharing your creation with us a the Stampsmith Challenge Blog!
I'm a sucker for a charm
This is beautiful, I love your jewel, really sets it all off x
Your card is wonderful! I love the papers and colors you used and that great charm is perfect for it. Thanks for the link to Stampsmith; I have not heard of them before. Love the Marlene Dietrich image!
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