A howdy ya'll won't quite work when you are standing at the edge of the EiffelTower. So I will say, Bonjour Sabrina...thanks for waiting for me to arrive in France. I've brought lots of fireworks to celebrate Bastille Day.
I stamped this awesome Eiffel (embossed with super fine Silver) slightly off the left edge and then masked for the fireworks (Great Impressions). They were embossed with the Holiday Sparkle ep. The sentiment 'In the true man is a child concealed who wants to play'.
As we gather family and friends, especially this time of year to celebrate, let's hold on to one another for an extra measure of time...life is precious and freedom is our greatest treasure. Thank you Sabrina for challenging me to revisit France.
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 104037
Sat, Dec 19, 2015 @ 4:27 AM
You do wonderful things with acetate, Susan! And I love the perspective this, having spent a lot of time over the years standing under or near the Eiffel tower and looking up at it. Last time we were in Paris, we were near the Metro line that serves the Eiffel tower, so we spent more time there than normal. And one year DH got to skate on the first level, where they had a small rink! Thanks for stopping off in France.
Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61618
Sat, Dec 19, 2015 @ 9:09 PM
Bastille fireworks in all it's glory. Yes, I can imagine standing right there in the midst of the crowds and all those fireworks. Love the silver EP on your tower and gold fireworks. Great creativity and thought went into this one, my friend.
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