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A card for several challenges and welcome to a new Member!

I can't believe I did not get to my blog in 5 days.....But good news - I have a new blog follower to welcome!


 her blog is called Expressive Creations and she employs a broad spectrum of styles and techniques - beautiful work to find there. I am glad you found my blog. Here is your welcome picture:




This is a quilt by Ellen Anne Eddy and called Skinny dipping. I discovered it on a recent visit at the Morris Museum in Morristown. I hope you like it!


And now finally -  a card!



I used the Paper Smooches set Chubby Chums. I colored the moose with Copics and fuzzy cut it. The cardbase I ran through y Big Shot, using the Papertrey Linen embossing plate. It give it a subtle texture, which does not show well in the picture, but makes it look really pretty. 



The moose is elevated with dimensional tape, some Bakers twine to gibe it some sparkle!

I am linking this card up with Paper Smooches anything goes challenge
and Merry Monday - use an animal on a Christmas card


Have a great day and thanks for stepping by!




Comments

Karen Davis said…
Hi Cornelia, what a fabulous moose image, he really has 'attitude'. This is a gorgeous CAS card you have created. Thank you so much for joining us at Merry Monday!
Sathya said…
Oh wow...Thanks for this grand welcome..Loved the welcome pic and of course ur card :)

Though havent crafting for a while now, your comment is such a boost to make me to get my mojo back :) Thank u onceagain :)
Di said…
Terrific card Cornelia - love the image and perfect sentiment!

Hugs, Di xx
Sarn said…
Love this fun Christmas card.

Hugs, Sarn xxx
Love this darling little moose! You used him perfectly. Have a very Merry Christmas!
Kristie Goulet said…
Cornelia, that moose is the cutest! Love your CAS design. Thank you so much for joining us at Merry Monday!!
Annelies said…
Lovely card Cornelia! Merry Christmas wishes! Hugs, Annelies
Bonnie said…
What fun, Cornelia! Love that moose and the sentiment! And the lips are a wonderful touch! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!
Loll said…
Absolutely adorable! Love your CAS design. The glittery twine is the perfect embellishment. Thanks for joining us at Merry Monday.
karen h said…
Awesome card! The moose is adorable - and I love the little kissy lips!
Marie Bingaman said…
That moose is too cute! :)
Notes by Nina said…
What a fun CAS card, I love the moose. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.
Gayatri said…
Love that moose. Great take on the sketch. I love the sentiment as well. Thanks for playing along CAS(E) this Sketch :)

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