Thursday, March 31, 2016

CCEE1613 Eiffel Tower Day

Bonjour, It is Challenge day with a French theme on CCEE Stampers Blog today.

According to the Days of the Year web site today is Eiffel Tower Day. So for our challenge this week let's celebrate all things Parisian …. It could be the Eiffel Tower, French Poodle; Berets; Champagne; Red, White & Blue Color Combo etc.

I am thinking of my daughter who is currently living in the England and is planing a holiday to Paris, it is hard when they are so far away and you miss them so much.

I friend recently showed me an idea when you have the most glorious designer paper but it is a bit thin to create a pivot card. Just fold the paper in half and using double sided tape the same width as the paper just stick the two halves together before die cutting.

I have used the Katie Pivot die for this card but you could use any pivot die for the same effect.
The Eiffel Tower on the front had been foam mounted and painted with the wink of Stella clear glitter pen. I also added the wink of Stella glitter to the images in the pivot panels.








Supplies:
Karen Burniston designs
Katie Label pivot card
Eiffel Tower pop stand
Penny Black, stamp set thinking of you, Copic pends, Wink of Stella glitter pen. foam tape.


Don't forget to check out the CCEE Stampers blog to see the rest of the creations the CCEE Stampers created this week. You can also see more details of their creations on their individual blogs.
Anne Harmon
Joanne Grzelak
Liz Williams
Lois Bak
Lynn McAuley
Frances Byrne
Vicky Gould


Cheers
Maryann

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Maryann, the flourish on the designer paper work well with the Eiffel Tower

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  2. Beautiful flip card, Maryanne!!!

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  3. That is pretty paper you used, and thanks for the tip about doubling it for flip cards.

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  4. WOnderful pivot card! Love the colors you chose.that tower really stands out!

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  5. I am loving the double swing design of this wonderful card!! So very pretty, Maryann!

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  6. I like that "flourish-y" DP you used for the card base. It looks rather French.

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  7. love how this one has just a teenie flip window.....cute....perfect for our French challenge

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