Monday, March 05, 2012

A Little Bit French

I read about the tornados that have hit America once again ... I hope you are all ok ... my thoughts and prayers are with you all ... 
We are fortunate where we are ... I cannot imagine how it must be for those of you to lose your homes ... your loved ones ... just know I am thinking of you

Next week I have my sweet Aunt coming to stay ... she will be celebrating her 85th Birthday with us and I won't get to visit your blogs as often ... So I have been keeping ahead of DT assignments ready to post in the next few weeks ... But sometimes it is just lovely to make something "just because" ... and it keeps me happy ... so I have a couple of bookmarks to share with you that I made quite late last night 


 Digital papers and digital elements from various kits I have .... I enjoy doing digital from time to time ... playing around with things till I like the look ...
This is the reverse


Just the same as the front ... I print the papers and adhere them to 2 thickness of card stock


again ... the reverse is the same 


The other thing I wanted to show you is a place we discovered a couple of days ago ... maybe 30 mins away yet I never knew it existed ... Take a look inside 


This is just a small part of the whole store ... Heaven yes?
And remember this lovely piece of furniture I got a few weeks ago 


Well now I have 2 and their big sister 


And yes I know there is no photograph in that frame yet ... still deciding what to put in it ...

Have a lovely day ... see you all tomorrow for the City Crafter challenge

~ Ros ~





12 comments:

Heather Jensen said...

What beautiful bookmarks, Ros. Love the shabby french design.

Your tables are so pretty. Too bad that store is so far away. I would love to shop there. :)

Hugs~

Deb Hickman said...

Beautiful bookmark, that shop looks wonderful, a real Aladins Cave. Have a great time with your Aunt.xxx

Rebekah said...

how fantastic!
Hope you have fun with your Aunt. Family time is the best time spent:)

Sylvia said...

Beautiful bookmarks, Ros! I love the theme you chose and the papers you used. I hope you enjoy your aunt's visit and I hope the weather warms up for you and her visit! Have a wonderful day and I will be back to see your CCCB creation!

Tracy said...

Your bookmarks are gorgeous Ros! Love the French theme and images. Very chic! :-) Seems like you've been having a great time furniture shopping and that store looks way cool.
Hope you enjoy your visit with your aunt! Hugs!

yyam said...

Love your Parisian tags! Digital can be fun! :)

Ooh...I would love to step into that beautiful store...looks like you picked up some great finds! :)

Ira Huberts said...

Gorgeous bookmarks Ros, at first I thought you used stamps on them. Such fine pieces they are, as is your new furniture, your house will look completely different now! Enjoy!

Sasha said...

I love the vintage French feel to your lovely bookmarks, Ros. Too nice to use...very strokeable though x

Ulina /Apricot Bubbles said...

WoW! I love those tags! As I do love nearly everything that´s vintage and shabby :-)
What kind of printer do you use - inkjet or laserprinter?
Stunningly beautiful projects again!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

You know how much I love those right, Paris, Paris, how could I not?
What a lovely place, I wish we have one like that here!

Stella said...

Your tags....you know what I mean hun don't you???? I keep staring. I love your "french and vintage"twist on all your gorgeous creations. Wow! And that shop...put it on our list as-a-go-to when I am there :)
XXXXX

Sandy Ang said...

Such a chic tag !

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