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A-musing Challenge


I found a new challenge! 

Cool!

I am such a challenge junkie......Now usually I don't really like sketch challenges, but this one appealed to me. I also liked the way the challenge is shown - just hand drawn on a piece of paper. The challenge is by A Muse Studio.


 I thought I have several stamps from them, but then I could only find one - this one - its called open Chrysanthemum and its old (but good!) - but perhaps its not the same company - I don't know it says A Muse Artstamps on it.





Amusing Challenges

The half circle is made with a Lifestyle Crafts nesting die. I heat embossed it and colored it with Copics. The sentiment is from  Hero Arts - Leaf Print Cl395 and I used patterned paper for the background - a rarity for me, but was inspired by the patterned paper class, that I unfortunately missed....

I also linked up this card with the The Die Cut Diva's challenge - Anything Green.

Comments

Kelly Griglione said…
Oh my, I LOVE this!! The colors are fantastic on your flower, and with the plaid. The plaid is just the right size to balance the flowers too. Well done!

(I generally avoid the sketch challenges too, but am forcing myself to embrace them now. Good for growth!)
Chris said…
Wow, wow, wow! This is so wonderful! Thanks for playing along with my <a href="http://www.stampedblessings.com>Amusing Challenges</a>, despite the challenge of logging on! I'm loading up your card for you. :)
Rosmarie said…
Da bin ich ganz mit Kelly einverstanden! Die Karos auf dem Plaid gleichen sich schön mit dem Halbkreis und den Blumen aus! Schöne Farben auch!

LG Rosi
Pajalu said…
What a wonderful card. It's always fun to find new challenge blogs. Thank you for playing along with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday.
Kanan Pandya said…
Love this design, Cornelia. So pretty background and that flowers are so beautifully colored, wonderful color combinations. :-)
Dawn T said…
this is so pretty. Thanks for joining us at Die Cut Divas
~Tammy~ said…
Perfect take on the sketch! Love the patterned paper!

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