I got some time to play with some new PTI goodies yesterday so I decided to participate in this weeks MIM, which is to make thick chipboard accents by stacking thin chipbaord die cuts.
Here is my card.

 This is one of those that I like better than my original vision.  
The placement of the die cut and the je t'aime label were decided because 
I had to cover some mistakes, but I really like how it looks.
I was inspired by these labesl I found in my stash the other day.

Remember these?  They are by a company called Me and My Big Ideas (MAMBI).  Not sure if they are even around anymore.  Anyway. the package has about 5 or 6 of these little fabric labels with different words on them.  I thought I had an Eiffel Tower stamp or some paper but couldn't find anything.  Then I spotted this pack of file folders I have with Parisian pictures on them.  So I cut this vintage postcard image out of one of them.
 Then I die cut the small flower from the PTI Harvest Berries die several time and stacked them.

 I also stamped the larger flower on a spellbinders die.  Something about this makes me feel like I am looking out a hotel window in Paris with a view of the Eiffel Tower.  Ahhh, one can dream!

Thanks for visiting.
See you soon,


Joyce said…
Oh my, what a lovely card. Makes me wish for springtime in Paris right now!
Lovely card. You did a great job with the chipboard. I like how you improvised when you couldn't find the stamp you thought you had. More importantly, you like how the card turned out.
Jen Adcock said…
Um, er...WOW! Ang! This is awesome! I think the Ginko leaves benefitted beautifully from being thinkened up by the chipboard., especially with that sugary coating. Love this rather cosmopolitan card. Such panache!