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3.21.2011

The Cityscapes are on the Rise

Happy Monday! I'm back with a card for a Moxie Fab World challenge. I was so excited to see that the challenge this time around is to incorporate a cityscape.

Anyone who knows me knows that I ADORE Boston! I studied music at Boston University, and a big factor that helped me choose to go there was the city. I also met my husband at a movie theater in Boston (random!), so I have many reasons to love it. Although we live just outside of the city, we go in at least once a week.

This card is dedicated to my love for Boston. I designed each layer for my die cutter, and used it to cut them out. Notable buildings include the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Building (the Pru!) The water/trees/front buildings are adhered with foam tape to add dimension.



This card is dear to my heart- I hope you love it too!

14 comments:

  1. This is awesome! I used a die cutting machine to make my cityscape, too. Aren't they wonderful!! I love how you incorporated the coast. Very cool.

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  2. This is so fantastic ... love all of the wonderful details.

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  3. Me toooo!!! (LOVE Boston (-: )
    And your card is absolutely FABULOUS!!! LOVE it!!!

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  4. Very nice! And my favorite city, at that!

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  5. Your (understandable) love for Boston shines through in this card. It's fantastic.

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  6. This is just awesome! Love that dirty water.

    You've given me another reason to bump a die cutter to the top of my shopping list.

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  7. This is amazing! Love the texture & dimension of the different layers!

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  8. Hey Jen1 Thanks for entering the Cityscapes Are on the Rise challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  9. Such amazing paper piecing on your card. It's wonderfully realistic !

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