22 Jan 2012


Good morning! It is once again time for our Sentimental Sundays challenge! This week our challenge to you is to use diecuts! Easy peasy - and don't forget to put a sentiment on your creation!!

This week we are being sponsored by The Paper Shelter!

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Stamps are available in standard black and white line art, as well as in pre-colored format. Images are wonderful for 
coloring and make perfect additions to greeting cards and 
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So I chose to use "In the Twenties" digital stamp - it comes two ways - black and white outline and already coloured!

I chose to use the one that was already coloured - because basically I felt lazy - true story..

My die cuts are My Favorite Things Die-Namics Eiffel Tower and Prima Donna Petals

Of course I used my beloved Spellbinders oval nestabilities for the main image and my papers are from My Minds Eye - a huge 12 x 12 paper pad that I got at my Local Scrapbook Store The Paper Pickle!


  1. Bonnie, this is just fantastic. You did such a fabulous job with the digital image. And the Eiffel tower is too cute. Your fellow DT Member, Jennipher.

  2. it's so lovely Bonnie.
    First I wanted to use this image but than I decided to use the bear. But I love this little girl and I love your Die Cut (Paris Eiffelturm) I don't know the English word for it *lol*

  3. Thanks Bonnie for visiting my blog and your lovely comment.
    Your card is supperb. I love the eiffel tower diecut. From where you got it?


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