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First I want to welcome my new members on my blog


and 
jules ov crafts

 Sudha is from Delhi and has an amazing website - beautiful cards and craft supplies. I did not find Jules on the web, so I can't tell you anything about him. But thanks for joining, I hope you have fun on my little blog. T snapped this picture for both of you. I went to a little exhibit in a nearby Museum (Morris Museum) and they had this amazing little exhibit called Toying with Art. This picture show one of Dalton Ghettis amazing pencil sculptures - masterpieces carved out of graphite. Absolutely amazing work. I thought I have to share that with you. I'll show you more in a later post. 






And now back to card making...
Toady was the first day of 

Online Card Classes Clean & Simple 2

This card I made using one of the "homework" sketches



I used Sizzix heart dies to cut out the pink card layer, made a mask for the grey heart, which I sponged and then punched out the little red heart and covered it with glossy accents. I thought the pink was a little plain, so I stamped the Hero Arts envelope background onto the pink paper with a light pink ink.. The pink card layer is elevated with foam dots, as is the red heart in the center. It does not show well in the big picture, since I had to use a flash to take it. The sentiment is from Hero Arts - Spring Borders (Cl 128), stamped around the corner.

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This card I made for the Make your own Background challenge at Moxie Fab and the Pinspired challenge #2. Here is the "pinspiration" photo:


I used the Memory Box die Fresh Daisys for this card, which I cut into the grey cardstock and then inserted the white diecut. I used the Mr. Huey Chevron mask and sprayed it with Mr. Huey, to make my own background. The sentiment is from Papertrey. And lastly I put some little gems on the card.


I also entered this card into the "Anything Goes Challenge" at Word Art Wednesday #64. That is just my type of challenge...

I wish you a good night and hopefully I 'll be back tomorrow with more from my fun online class.

Comments

This is gorgeous, Cordelia. I just love your style of crafting and how incredibly creative you are. Thanks for sharing with us in our challenge this week.

I also wanted to mention that I have a girlfriend at church who just had a baby girl, and she named her.....Cordelia!!! They are calling her Cordy for short. Thought you might enjoy hearing that. Supoer sweet, huh?

Thanks again for sharing your beautiful art with us, and PLEASE PLEASE come back soon to share with us again. It's a pleasure to have you share these gorgeous cards.
Wishes for God's blessings,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday
Brandi said…
That pencil art is amazing. I can't believe people can actually carve that small.

Your cards are so pretty! I love the added chevron background on the last one!
Unknown said…
Cordelia,
How beautiful less can be. Your card is so pretty. I can only HOPE we get to see more of your very creative projects.
Thank you for joining us at Word Art Wednesday.
Carole Robb Bisson
The Blessing of the LORD be Upon You!
Kanan Pandya said…
Love both your cards, Cornelia. Like the color combinations of first card and the glossy little heart looks so cute. Your second card is just so outstanding. Love the soft colors of it and the background is superb, those gems looks very pretty on that background.Perfect for the challenge.

Thank you so much for always leaving sweet comment on my blog, It meant a lot to me. :-)
Annette Allen said…
beautiful cards...thanks for joining us at Pinspired Challenge..
Erica said…
Beautiful card! The background is gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with us at Pinspired Challenges!
Lalo said…
Your Pinspired card is sooo beautiful!!! Super lovely CASness!!!
Cat Craig said…
Lovely cards both.
Angel said…
Stunning card, just gorgeous
Hey Cornelia! Thanks for linking this up to the Make Your Own Background Paper Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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