Isn't this a great image? Actually they all are, but I really like this one, especially the sentiments that come with it. My image was colored with Copic markers, cut out and then backed with a piece of black card stock. I used a Fiskars border punch along the side piece and then added some small rhinestones in the openings. To finish my card, I added some hot pink brads. I picked this sentiment because I love that song. I had it played at our wedding as we walked out of the church after the ceremony.
Now for your next stop on your tour, head over to Rue Dauphine (Jana's blog) for another fabulous project. If you get lost along the way, head back over the the S2G Challenge Blog for your road map. Don’t forget to play along with us for our Twisted Thursday Challenge. The TWIST is to use the word MERCI on your card/project.
Winners – We’ll pick 3 winners from the challenge blog comments so make sure to leave a comment there. Here is the grand prize:
Paris Street Names and Blog Hop order
1. Angie - Rue St. Honore
2. Ann – rue de auteuil
3. Anne – rue du Chateau
4. Cat – Rue de Maitre Albert
5. Deanne – Rue de St. Julien-le-Pauvre
6. Georgia – Rue de St-Louis-en-I’lle
7. Gina – Rue de Champs E’lsees
8. Jana – Rue Dauphine
9. Jane – Rue Bonaparte
10. Jeannie – Rue Du Louvre
11. Judy – Rue du pont neuf
12. Lisa – Rue De Rivoli