Lime Citron Défi #4

Week #4, for a paper crafting Musical Tournament sponsored by Lime Citron using their Products.  Love is like music, a false note will break the rythme.  I tried to reflect a song sung by Ginette Reno called  “♪ Une rose, un baiser et c’est tout ♪” (A rose, a kiss and that’s all) which is a song that reminds me of the complicated innocent love during adolescent years.

Following the musical theme, this week’s rules are:

  • Black card base;Capture d_écran 2018-05-24 à 15.19.09
  • Black & White photo or image;
  • Colours: black and white and all shades of grey;
  • Repeat the same form 8 times;
  • Incorporate a musique sheet;
  • Lime Citron products.

Énigma: Small luminous body other than the moon or the sun. What am I?  …I used a star rhinestone 8 times 😉  3 for the tittles on the j & i’s! …and 5 to illuminate the black card stock.  Thanks so much for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna

57e0248d5257c4052766941Entering my card into the Simon Monday Challenge Blog, the theme being “inspired by a song 😀

Products: Lime Citron:  word die joyeux anniversaire (happy birthday), rose digital stamp; Copics: C3, C5 & 0; Clear Wink of Stella; white gel pen; Clear embossing powder; silver thread; Black, grey, dark grey and white card stock, along with vellum; Star Rhinestones; Music sheet rubber stamp and white embossing powder.IMG_2752

 

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3 thoughts on “Lime Citron Défi #4

  1. Love your card and the monochromatic layout, so elegant! Thank you so much for playing along with us in the Inspired By A Song Challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog this week 🙂

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  2. You are so clever, my friend! I wouldn’t have known where to start with this challenge and you’ve incorporated all the details with a classy, clean and simple card and a beautifully colored rose!

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  3. What a wonderful rose image and love the strip of vellum with the embossing. Your card sure does reflect your inspiration and the song. Stunning card and loving the monotone shades x

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