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Dynamic Duos and LIM

I got my mail today and boy there were a lot of surprises in there - about some I'll tell you later, since I don't have a lot of time right now, but I also got some more stamping supplies - yeahhh - as if I would need more ......
I had to try some of them right away - using my new STAMPlorations set 

SUBWAY ART BUILDERS: Create (this is a sneak preview of part of the set - the set will be released in May) and the VIGNETTE: Artful Flutters

The circle lines I created with a brand new stencil from Memory Box - Radio Waves - I sponged that - it was a bit tricky, because the stencil is so delicate....

The butterflies I made with a scrap piece of acetate - a leftover form some packaging, which I colored with alcohol inks and stamped the butterflies with Staz On ink. All the ink is on the backside of the butterflies to protect the colors. I added some Stickles to the bodies of the butterflies - love the sparkle... the curvy line is from Papertrey Happy Trails


Annis Herausforderung - use a stencil - there is a give away at Annis' challenge - go and play!

Papierelle - use a "2" - there is a blog candy to win - just found out about it.....Go over and check it out!

Snippets Playground - use a snippet -  butterflies

Do you know that Dynamic Duos is closing? I am so sad to see them go - I loved their color combinations. It was a great challenge. 


Hannelie said…
wow, I cannot stop looking!
It's beautiful Cornelia!
Susanne Vargas said…
Love, love, love everything about this card!
Sorry that I haven't been commenting but my computer time in NYC was very limited! We had a great time the only down side was that I couldn't meet you... Glad to hear that you had fun in Colorado!
Susan said…
VERY eyecatching card!! Love it!
Kim M said…
Oh Cornelia, what an amazing card!! Love what you did here! Just beautiful! :-)
shirley-bee said…
This is stunning, Cornelia, love it!
Anita in France said…
Breathtaking, Cornelia ... so stunning! Anita :)
Susan (rainy) said…
WOW and WOW!!! What a fabulous card. The stenciling is stunning. LOVE!
Chrissie said…
This is simply stunning Cornelia!
What an amazing effect!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
Shery Russ said…
Wow...I think this is my most favorite card of yours to date, Cornelia! I think you used that radio waves stencil to keep us hooked - sneaky you LOL!
Kristie Goulet said…
So beautiful! LOVE!!!!
Anni said…
Der Stencil wartet bei mir auch noch auf seinen ersten Einsatz! Du hast ihn ganz wunderbar in Szene gesetzt!
Vielen Dank für's Mitmachen bei meiner kleinen Herausforderung!
Joan said…
Fabulous card, love that stencil and what you have done with it, lovely butterflies too
Anne said…
Gorgeous bit of stencilling, what a fab card Cornelia!
Thank you for your LIM entry this week
Less is More Designer
Anne Marie Hile said…
Absolutely gorgeous, Cornelia! The colors really pop on your clean design. So pretty! Thank you so much for joining us at Dynamic Duos this week for our final challenge! :)
Cindy Brumbaugh said…
Oh so pretty, Cornelia. This is a card that keeps one looking at it. Love it! Thanks for sharing with the jjDynamic Duos this week.
Linda said…
This is fabulous .... love that stencil. xx
JoAnn said…
What a fabulous card. Love your stencil design with the inking. Thanks for much for sharing it in our final challenge at the Dynamic Duos.
Charlotte said…
Very nice card Cornelia! Love your inking :)
Nice interpretation of the challenge!
Have a nice weekend, Charlotte
papierelle said…
Wow, what a beautiful card.
I'm excited!!
Thanks, you participate with the card on my candy. Good luck!
Greetings Gundi
Di said…
Oh gosh this really is fabulous Cornelia! Love the stencil and how you used it with the glorious butterflies.

Your happy post is on the way, I posted on Thursday :)

Hugs, Di xx
Sarn said…
WOW - that's a striking and wonderful card. xxx
MaryH said…
Wowsers, Cornelia, Love that stencil. Your colors made it pop. I hear you on the delicacy of some of the MB stencils (although I don't have this one yet). A couple I do have, must be handled gently or tiny joins could tear. I'm especially taken with these beautiful acetate butterflies. Great colors to light up that neon radio wave pattern. TFS & Hugs.
Kim Heggins said…
This is just stunning! And so perfect for the final challenge at Dynamic Duo's. So classy and sweet.
Rosmarie said…
Wow!! Eine perfekte und wunderschöne Umsetzung des LIM Sketchs. Gefällt mir total gut! In den letzten Wochen hatte ich leider keine Zeit zum mitmachen ... :(
Liebe Grüße Rosi
This is so striking! I love the blue & green together. So pretty!

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