Wednesday, November 16, 2011

French Flight

I'm happy to announce a new release from Artistic Outpost..................FRENCH FLIGHTJust close your eyes and get taken to places where others only wish they could see.

This new stamp collection pays homage to the wonderful adventurers of the late 1700's.  Fun and quirky with a little bit of steampunk thrown in for good measure, French Flight is a pure creative delight.  This collection is available in both unmounted rubber sheets or pre-mounted on EZMount cling foam and hand trimmed on a clear cling storage card!

Looks like Mr. Scrooge has taken off with the children's gifts!  This is by far,  my fav from this set.......sending a little holiday cheer.
World travel is possible, just sit back and relax!  A very CAS card using the dirigible image.  After stamping in Versafine black, I too the corner of my silver ink pad and pulled it across the paper for the metal affect.

Update on my surgery.....everything is coming along very s-l-o-w-l-y!  I can't really sit and stamp yet, as my leg swells up quickly and I have to move around alot.  The staples are out, everything is looking good....the therapy is exhausting, I don't even use a cane in the house!  (surgery was 10/20), so that is just great.  It's just going to take time and patience.  Thanks to all of you that sent cards and good wishes.

For more inspiration, be sure to visit the other Designers Blogs:


Lisa Somerville * Judy Hayes * Lynn Stevens * Barbara Washington * Stephanie Severin * Suzanne Czosek * Louise Granlund

15 comments:

Connie Paxman said...

Gerrie love your beautiful pieces you did with French Flight...hope you recover quickly..
connie paxman

Michele said...

this is a very enticing stamp set! you've made beautfiul art with it. i love it.

froebelsternchen Susi said...

fab!!!

Suzanne C said...

Wonderful cards using the FF! So glad to see you stamping again. Sorry your recovery is taking so long and interfering with your stamping time!

SmilynStef said...

Gorgeous cards ... love the coloring ... hope the healing continues to go quickly.

BarbaraW said...

Gerrie, your cards are wonderful. I never thought about using these stamps on a Christmas card. So cool and so Gerrie. Keep on improving. You'll be playing soccer in no time. lol

Terry said...

Glad to see you were able to create a couple of beauties from this new release! Hopefully soon you will be able to spend more time creating as there is progress! Big hugs!

Lisa Somerville said...

Fab cards! Love the use of the balloon as a Christmas card - very clever!

1CardCreator said...

Glad to hear you are getting around, too bad you still can't craft as much as you want to though. Love the cards you made today, gorgeous as always!

Traci S. said...

Hi Gerrie~

It is so great to see some art from you! I love the card that looks like Scrooge taking off with the kid's loot! You are so funny! I love the black die cut on that card. I am guessing it is a die...which one is it? I love the bg papers, too...so red! This is colored beautifully, Gerrie! I love it!

And, CAS cards can be great...like this one! I really like the image with the different posts behind it!

I am continuing to pray for you. A safe and full recovery. Don't push things...I know it can be difficult being patient. But it will pay off in the long run. It sounds like you are doing well. It's only been a few weeks, Sweetie.

He IS Able!
Traci S.

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

Lovely work! Great choice of color.

Judy Hayes said...

Great color! I would never have thought to use the balloon man on a Christmas card!!!

Lynn Stevens said...

hahahahah Shame on Mr. Scrooge for taking odff with all the childresn gifts. So clever Gerrie.

Glad to hear your doing better. Yes its a slow go to healing but take it easy!!!
hugs Lynn

Basement Stamper said...

glad that you are getting along well after your surgery but bummer about not being able to sit and stamp for a bit. Love that 2nd card, the paper is perfect with that image.

Shar said...

Fab creations, GF! As always, your style is enchanting!