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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Mucha Ladies & German Scrap- a beautiful marriage!


  For today's post,I have combined AlteredPages  "The Green Woman"collage pieces along with papers from AP's MailboxMuse Kit and Kunze German Scrap to make a standing birthday gift card for my sister.

The background paper in the frame is from the retired Celestial MailboxMuse Kit
The beautiful Mucha ladies have always been favorites of my sister,so using these were a Must!
These images were fancy cut from the "The Green Woman" collage sheet,by AlteredPages.









Of course the Kunze German Scrap married beautifully with my papers and Mucha ladies~
I just love how the gold scrap illuminate the ladies

 
We continue with our Partner in March, 

Walter Kunze Deco-Accesoires, please visit their site and let them know you have enjoyed our projects!   www.walterkunze.com





Thanks so much for your visit and I hope I have inspired you to make something beautiful!
Jackie ")

27 comments:

Nancy TeWinkel said...

Really lovely Jackie! I had to laugh at myself, because when I first looked at it, I thought you had done it on wood! It is so dimentional and 3D! I love the colors. Well done!

Annette said...

Beautiful my friend, I have never ever ever worked with German trim or whatever the official name is . Makes me want to after seeing this beautiful project. oxxo

Anita Houston said...

I love German Dresden foils, so I would love some of this too! Gorgeous altered project!

Valerie-Jael said...

Absolutely stunning. The Mucha ladies are gorgeous, and you have given them a wonderful frame. Hugs, Valerie

Karenliz Henderson said...

Jackie, this is stunning. Your sister will love it.

Win Dinn said...

This is a fabulously beautiful card, Jackie - your sister will be grinning from ear to ear! Love, Mucha, and this one is particularly fine!

Julie Ann Lee said...

What style this project has! Love all of it - the Mucha ladies; the Dresden foil and the colours. Wonderful, Jackie.

Julia S-W said...

This is lovely Jackie! I've always been an ardent fan of Mucha ladies and I love what you've done with her here!
Juliax

~*~Patty S said...

Your card is absolutely stunning Jackie and what a perfectly lovely gift for your sister!
I thought that the background part was made of wood = WOWEE what you've done with paper (Oooo how I Love paper!!!) excellent use of those precious ladies and the German scrap too!
Happy Spring (you got me so excited I am using all exclamation marks heehee)
oxo

Bev said...

Oh love these ladies so Art Deco your sister is one lucky girl it's such a beautiful gift ....

Uuna said...

Wow! It is stanging on the table!!
Your card is so beautiful and lovely. Your Sister'll love this card, I do so, too.

Alice Saltiel-Marshall said...

STUNNING!
Love what you've done here!
Love Mucha's work. Going back for more ... in Prague this May!

Seth said...

This is gorgeous. And like many others...I also thought this was on wood!

aimarii said...

You've got artistic skill at your fingertips. Always you can do so enchanting works. Your sister´ll love this nice card who can stand even on its own foot.

froebelsternchen Susi said...

This project is wonderful Jackie... it looks so elegant and delicate!
Gorgeous !

Edzellinni aka Linda Edkins Wyatt said...

Gorgeous! Love love!

Astrid Maclean said...

Wow, what a totally amazing project!! Love this to pieces. I am a huge fan of those Mucha ladies anyway, but the way you have used them here is just brilliant! The shape of the card looks so beautiful too and yes those German Scrap pieces really enhances them, stunning all round, your sister is going to love your card!!

Glenda Hoagland said...

This is such a beautiful card. Your work is always stunning and inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing.

denthe said...

I love Mucha and you did a great job with this piece. You're right: the gold fits her perfectly. Your sister will be thrilled :-)

Darlene Campbell said...

This looks absolutely vintage. I adore that this card stands...gives it even more vintage appeal. Wow, the Deco products always catch my attention. This is a great one Jackie, Cheers-Darlene

Dana S. said...

I just love this. So classic - when I first saw it I thought it was a wood and enamel clock! LOL. I had no idea it was paper. Great card.

Nicie Ibarra said...

BEAUTIFUL cards Jackie!!! They're so elegant & art deco!

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

WOW what a breathtaking art work! I'm really impressed from the harmonical combination of colors and motif, grandiose design!
Big hugs Anja

trisha too said...

Lovely, JackieP--what a perfect combination!

:)trisha

butterfly said...

Simply glorious work with the Mucha images, Jacquie. I've a soft spot for him because of his nationality - and you've really done wonders with him here. Hope you have a fabulous weekend!
Alison xx

butterfly said...

Sorry, sorry - Jackie of course - sorry! xx

Karen Garrard said...

Wow what a beautiful card for your sister. This is STUNNING Jackie! I haven't worked with these images before so I am going to check them out. Thanks so much for your recent visit to my blog. Karen.x