Monday, November 5, 2012

Tu Es Jolie!

Hello, Hello! It's Monday and that means Simon is here with some new inspiration and a new challenge. And with that challenge comes a chance to win $50 to spend at simonsaysstamp.com

WHOOT!

So, what's going on over at Simon Says Stamp and Show this go around?
I'm glad you asked...
This week we are taking a trip to Paris and channeling all things French. 
This was a bit of a challenge for me as the closest experience I have of anything French is almost failing my foreign language class in school. 

But, this time I am armed with some gorgeous French General embellishments and a little canvas. Perhaps I will have more luck with France this go around. Let's see what we can come up with here, shall we?
 Ah, she looks like a little French lady, yes? I believe she will work nicely here as well!
 Now for a bit of texture:
 oooooh, pretty!
 A little dab of ink here, a little spray there....
 Glitter time!
 Lookin' good!
 My little French girl looks quite happy with a salvaged mirror and a bit of twine...
 And of course, my gorgeous French General Ribbon Embellishments:
 And thanks to Google, I have found my title... Beautiful!
 You are... ( I do hope Google was right - lol)
 And there we have it!
 A sweet little canvas, embellished with some lovely goodies...
That whoever looks at and sees their reflection in the little mirror, will be reminded...
You are beautiful...
Perhaps I can do this French thing after all :)

I can't wait to see how you are inspired this week! Get crafty. Get French. And link-it-up!

And, if you want to try a little canvas of your own, a complete supply list is below: (affiliate links used)


28 comments:

  1. Hi Ashli, love your French inspired canvas. The texture paste , a favourite of mine is gorgeous and adds so much dimension and texture, love it. Great colours and beautifully embellished. Tracy x

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  2. Hi Ashli. I really like your textural canvas! The modeling paste through your plastic stencil looks fantastic! I love the way you've colored your canvas! All of your embellishments really come together so perfectly to create a cool mixed media piece! <3 Candy

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  3. I love where you took this challenge, and how saturated with color it is!

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  4. Oh my...that canvas looks so pretty at about photo number 7 that I might have stopped there and just hung it on my wall!!! LOL! Beautiful project!

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  5. gorgeous canvas!!! love all the texture!!

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  6. Fascinated by your background and the texture! Must go look again :)

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    1. Thank you Melissa! Thanks for stopping by :)

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  7. Stunning, Gorgeous, Fabulous!!! I LOVE it! The colors and embellies are awesome! Did I mention I Love this?!!

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  8. Really gorgeous and amazing! The background textures are just awesome!

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  9. oooooh! I love that modeling paste!!! I need to try that now! I'm ordering it as we speak. <3

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  10. oooo Very fun. Love the modeling paste as well. Love this and all the techniques.

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  11. Lovin all the layers and texture you've created with this.

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  12. Great canvas, love all the texture and fun embellishments!

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  13. So pretty!
    I love that little chipboard woman :)

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  14. Just LOVE all that inky textury mess....and you made me start using sequins.....and I love it :) thank you.

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  15. Oh, such a fun project! You definitely nailed French here! :)

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  16. Beautiful! Loved seeing how you created that fabulous background! The embellishments are perfect!

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  17. Wonderful canvas! Love all the different textures! Hugs, Sandra

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  18. Gorgeous canvas, Ashli! I love the way you used liquitex...layered on goodness!! :)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  19. Lovely! The background is utterly yummy - and I love the little French lady!
    Alison x

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