Take a look at that lovely pink background. It's not DP. That's 1/2 inch scraps white, sponged with Distress Inks and then layered at a 45 degree angle. The white DP was thick but not of the highest quality so it took the ink slightly unevenly, which created a lovely texture. It is also why I have much of those scraps. I'm now dying to try this technique using blues and greens.
The image is from Paper Makeup. I bought a tons of their stamps when they were going to switch completely over to digital. I love all their sentiments and was so gutted that they were going to stop carrying rubber. Anyways, as per usual, when they arrived, I used one and then they got put away. At first I wasn't sure if I liked the Eiffel Tower because it is deliberately not a sharp image to show it's in the background. Now it's growing on me. I know my sister would love this card. She loves anything about Paris.
The sentiment came from Mark's Finest Papers. I love that their sentiments stamp so crisp and I can see where it is going on the page.
Challenges this Card Meets:
An Oldie but a Goodie - Anything Goes (The image and sentiment are a year and half old.)
GE-We Hobby - Make a Pastel Birthday Card for a Lady
Creative Card Crew - Song Inspired: April in Paris by Frank Sinatra
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes