Gothic Arches – Vintage Children

This week I have joined a new challenge site – Gothic Arches. Their challenge is theme Vintage Children for this week.

Gothic Arches - Vintage Childres

Gothic Arches - Vintage Children

I created my own arch and cut it out with my new Pazzles cutter, which I also used to make the “ballet” lettering and the ballerina. The ballerina image came from Karen Whimsy‘s fantastic image site. The vintage girl image is from the Collage Images group on Flickr – certainly worth joining if you are always after images.

Swirls stamps are part of the Nightingale set, from See-D’s (stamped in Brilliance Black and Galaxy Gold inks)  and the music stamp is from Stamp-It (stamped in Brilliance Pearlescent Ivy). The white images are from a Collections plate.

Happy Creating,

Michelle

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10 responses to this post.

  1. great arch!!! love the ballerina!

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  2. Thats a beautiful arch, Michelle, love the colour & background!

    You will become addicted to these GA challenges like me!
    JudyNZ

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  3. Fabulous arch, Michelle!

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  4. Your arch is really lovely and dreamy = Love it!

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  5. Posted by Sandy on November 8, 2008 at 5:38 am

    Oh this is wonderful.
    Great arch. Love them.

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  6. Welcome to Gothic arches,So happy your with us .Your arch is outstanding very gorgeous!

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  7. This is so Lovely !!!

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  8. This is so much beautiful !!! Love it.

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  9. Posted by Rachelp on November 9, 2008 at 3:15 am

    Gorgeous arch -love the colour and images

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  10. Beautiful!

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