Thank you for your time to visit my blog. I hope you enjoy it and visit often :). If it inspires you feel free to use my ideas, but don't forget to give credit and back-link to my blog. Thanks again and have fun browsing! Cornelia

If you want to contact me, mail to neliacards@gmail.com

GDPR (for my EU visitors)

In line with new Data Protection legislation (GDPR) coming to the EU, please note that in commenting you do so with the knowledge that your name & comment are visible to all who visit this blog and thereby consent to the use of that personal information for that specific purpose, only. I do not collect information stored on my blog. If you have left a comment and prefer that it not be seen, please delete it. Followers: If you follow my blog (thank you!) you do so in the knowledge that my followers list is open to anyone who visits my blog. Your photo, name and links will appear and can be seen by anyone. If you don't want this data shared, please remove your name from my followers list.

Design Teams past and present and GDT

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

kis! # 1: Türkis und Gelb - A Passion for Papertrey (1)

How fun! Found the first German CAS challenge KEEP IT SIMPLE and A Passion for Papertrey  and could not resist to make a card for both of them! After all CAS is my favorite style, although I still struggle at times with it. And Papertrey is one of my favorite stamping companies! Made two cards - after all its two different challenges.... just an excuse to stay longer in my card room and here is the first card:

The numbers and sentiment are from Papertrey
By the Numbers Die Collection
Modern Basics Stamp Set
Stickles used for embellishment


Christine said...

Diese hier sieht sehr partymäßig aus. Etwas mit Glitter zu machen ist eine witzige Idee! Super, dass Du gleich zwei mal mitgemacht hast!

Anni said...

Es scheinen ja alle um dich herum in den 30er zu sein :)
Konfetti ist ja gerade sehr angesagt in der Kartenwelt und deins gefällt mir auch sehr gut, besonders das Glitterkonfetti dazwischen! Tolle Idee!
Schön, dass wir gleich zwei Karten von dir zu sehen bekommen!