March 19, 2009

TGIF (Almost)

This is my contribution to the Thank God It's Friday theme of "smile."
Some new paper from 7 Gypsies provided a great background for Mona (Lost Coast Designs). I like her in that arch. The words are from Rubber Stampede.

27 comments:

Amy said...

this is a fantastic piece

Gayle Page-Robak said...

The perfect image for this theme..great card!!

Kris Dickinson said...

Wonderful take on the challenge! LOVE Mona!

Lynn Stevens said...

ahh that infamous smile, always makes you wonder what shes been up to? Great take on this!!

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow Louise this is fantastic.
I love the idea with the Mona. Gorgeous.

Thanks Lousie for your smile on TGiF.

Rein said...

Great take on the challenge!

Femmy said...

great!! love your take on the theme!!

Connie said...

Lovely card!!!!

herminesplace said...

Gorgeous and the most famous smile ever.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

love the colors and images you used for this piece! beautiful work!

nise said...

Spill the beans ~ what is that decorative edge that looks like metal along the side??? This is wonderful!

Martina2801 said...

Such a pretty card. :)

Buffy said...

Love your take on the challenge. Beautiful piece of art.

Ingrid said...

gute Idee, "Mona's L├Ącheln"!

hastingshall2 said...

Perfect image for Keep Smiling, Louise. Such a gorgeous card. I love the beautiful color.

http://truutske.punt.nl said...

Fantastic piece. Great idea Louise.

Hanne said...

Mona is perfect for this challenge! Great stamping!

Stempelfrosch said...

Mona Lisa is always good for a smile...! Great work !
LG Anke

Audrey said...

Beautiful smile!

katrin said...

gorgeous! love the mona in the arch. :-) and her smile is every time a miracle.

Myriame said...

Great piece of Art

Lyneen said...

perfect for the challenge!

Char said...

Fabulous. Great idea Mona in the arch and I love the German scrap.

Kalli said...

wonderful, a great card

dutchstamptramp said...

Beautiful Louise!

Amy said...

*lovely*

Jacqueline said...

I really love how you put this one together!