Hello friends and happy Thursday to you! I know what you're thinking. . . Moroccan French, Crystal? Isn't the proper term "French Moroccan?" No, not today. You see the DSP I used to make this card is called "Moroccan Nights" and the retired stamp set is "French Foliage." Hence, "Moroccan French Foliage." It just works, go with it.
Today's card was inspired by the "Thankful" theme at SUO Challenges and the sketch at Watercooler Wednesday. The base of this card is Cajun Craze (my go-to fall Stampin' Up! color). Then I randomly stamped some of the collage type images from the French Foliage stamp set in Cajun Craze and Crushed Curry ink. Using the Layering Circles framelits dies, I cut a circle out of a piece of DSP from Moroccan Nights. You might not initially think that Moroccan NIghts DSP would work, but with my fall theme, the colors in this specific pattern are a perfect fit! Next, I stamped the sentiment in Cajun Craze ink onto a strip of Crushed Curry cardstock and reverse notched one end. I adhered the card together and lastly added a few pearl basic jewels for some dimension and bling.
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