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La Provence French themed 3D decoupage Anniversary card

La Provence decoupage anniversary card, with Studio Light La Provence Diorama card pack elements, by Paperesse

This is a special request anniversary card for a friend's wife. They live in the States, but are big France fans, so I thought I'd go with a Provence look.


I used ingredients from Studio Light's La Provence Diorama card pack. Note, I said ingredients because it really isn't the card as they'd have you construct it. I elected not to use the card base that comes with the pack and mounted the focal image onto cardstock. I also changed around some of the 3D elements as I didn't like the way they looked. It's very rare I create from a kit and don't change something. I also added some of my own patterned paper – Tactile Studio's Chasing Dreams – and some pearls.


You can create from one of these kits and everything look fine, but there are some tricks to make them look even better. For more on that see my 3D decoupage tutorial.

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, Studio Light La Provence Diorama card pack, Tactile Studio Chasing Dreams digital paper
Embelishments – pearls

4 comments

  1. Oooh... beautiful card! Lots of layers and details - bet that took you awhile!
    ~ginny

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  2. Whaouuuuuu ! Ce n'est pas une carte cest un petit tableau !! Dicne de lui trouver un cadre et l'exposer sur un mur de la maison. .. j'adore !!!
    Ça faisait un moment que je ne venais pas et je vois beaucoup de jolis projets. .
    Grosses bises !!!

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  3. Stuning card! Purple is my favorite color and it looks so pretty paied with aqua. Your card design and scene are beautiful

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