Plaisir

I made this ATC (artist trading card) for a French-themed swap at http://www.rubberstampchat.net/.
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This is the  front and back of it. 

I read the book Climats by André Maurois, and disliked it immensely, not because the writing was bad, but because it was a very unhappy story.  So.  I am slowly using up the pages as Decorative Paper, because I am too cheap to actually buy decorative paper.  I bought this book for $2 at the local used bookstore. 

Front:  The central image is by Hampton Art Stamps.  The word “plaisir” means “pleasure” and is from the French version of Stampin’ Up!’s Everyday Flexible Phrases.  The definition-of-amour stamp is by Magenta. 

Back:  The information table is from the French version of Stampin’ Up!’s Open for Trade.  This is stamped on top of the same Hampton Art Stamps image.  Only, on this image, I rubbed out the English words (on the actual stamp before stamping) and replaced them with French ones from Stampin’ Up!’s French version of Everyday Flexible Phrases. 

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One Response to “Plaisir”

  1. Corie Says:

    These are just gorgeous

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