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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

RIC #29

This weeks runway inspired challenge has again a great inspiration photo:

And here is my take on it:

The pink stamps are my own (see below , the sentiment is  a combo of Clearly Wordsworth and Hero Arts - Essential Messages (Cl371). I used Washi tape at the bottom, which I cut in half and splattered some blue/grey distress ink on top. I m very happy with the result, my husband was not thrilled, but my son liked it, yeahhh!

And here is my inspiraton:
This card by Susan 

Tasnim, who reminded me that I can make my own stamps - I have done that several times before, for example on this card, where I made myself that background stamp:

And here is a photo of some of my home made stamps using left over rubber from stamp sheets or craft foam, which also works great.

I hope you enjoyed my little blog today - have a great day and as always your comments are greatly appreciated. I had to turn on comment moderation, as I got hit with the first spam comment. I hope you understand.


Kanan Pandya said...

So creative, Cornelia. Like your technique, the card is so perfect for the challenge. Love it. :-)

Kelly Griglione said...

Such creativity! Also enjoy how your colors/elements are opposite the inspiration photo ... instead of beige, low, stacked boxes, you have high pink ones with a beige sentiment. Works really well!

Virginia L. said...

AWESOME! I love that you make your own stamps and the stamped images are perfectly executed, Cornelia! So glad that you join the fun with us at Runway Inspired Challenge!

walchowDesign said...

Awesome! Love what you did with the leftover of the rubbers! Very creative!

Kailash said...

Love your cards with your own stamps, so clever and creative Cornelia, your take on the RIC card is so cool and retro, perfect, love it!!!'

Daen'Ys said...

Von diesen beiden Karten bin ich sehr begeistert! Eine super Idee wie du die Gummireste als so ganz einfache Stempelformen verwendet hast!!
Was dabei herauskam ist genial!
Die erste Karte mit den Farbspritzern hat es mir besonders angetan!!

LG Rosi

Anja Richter said...

Die zwei Karten finde ich total fantastisch! Was man so alles aus den Gummiresten machen kann ist erstaunlich!
Außerdem bin ich dir noch eine Antwort schuldig: der Prägefolder mit den zarten Blütenzweigen ist von "Nellies Choice" (www.nellies-choice.com).
LG Anja

Nina Yang said...

So clever, Cornelia! I'm digging your own rubber stamps! And awesome design on the card too! So glad that you joined us in the Runway Inspired Challenge! Thank you for your sweet comments on my blog lately! Happy stamping!

Jennifer Rzasa said...

You are awesome to make your own rubber stamps! They look great on the card too. Thanks for joining us on the Runway!