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Hello to my new Members and two Cards for several Challenges

I have neglected my new members - so sorry - mainly because I was so busy lately and then I went on vacation. Time to change this... I want to welcome in the order of joining


I linked all the blogs I found - amazing creativity in all of them - go and visit and tell them
 you came form me ;)
Thanks for joining my blog, Ladies and here is your welcome picture:


This is a glass sculpture by Karen LaMonte, an American artist, who now lives in the Czech Republic. I took this picture of her work (Evening dress with shawl)  in the Corning Museum of glass - we visited on my recent trip to upstate New York. I hope you like it. I f you are ever in that area - I can highly recommend that museum - we spent 5 hours there and did not see everything - just fantastic! I'll have to go back there one day...


But now back to card making. I had to go up into my card room and make a few cards - card withdrawal....haha...
This card I made for the Little Tangles challenge - peek-a-boo acetate cards and combined it with the Retrosketches sketch and colors from Color Throwdown


The stamps are by Neat and Tangled, of course. The set is called Party dots. I die cut  the round window with Spellbinders nestabilities, die cut the green frame around it. Glued acetate on the back and stamped the sentiment on the acetate.


Added the sequins to make it into a shaker card and the gold thread and paper candi.

         




My second card I made for Taheeras Cure for the Monday Blues challenge.



Since Fathers Day is coming and the inspiration pic had a masculine vibe, I turned it into a Fathers Day card. The Tools are by Technique Tuesday. I heat embossed them in silver and fuzzy cut them. T also added grey Copic marker. The banner is from Neat and Tangled - still had that set laying around and the sentiment is Studio G. 


I cut a strip of cork, added foam tape to the tools and mounted everything onto embossed card stock - I choose that folder to mimic the pegboard in the inspiration picture, see below. 


I am also linking this card with the Snippets Playground - lots of snippets here.....
and Addicted to CAS - texture

Have a great day and thanks for visiting!

Comments

Mayras Designs said…
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog , and for the warm welcome on your blog ! I love the cards you create . I am very happy to have come across your blog and become a new follower ! I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful projects .
Hugs,
Mayra
MayrasDesigns.blogspot.com
Bobby said…
Thanks for the welcome, Cornelia. My blog is http://bitsandpiecesdesigns.blogspot.com

Love the cards. Those tools make a great Father's Day card.
Anita in France said…
What fantastic cards, Cornelia ... such a gorgeous, fun shaker and a perfect take on the Monday Blues inspiration ... I just love the fine metallic thread you've used on both! Anita :)
Taheerah said…
This could not be a more perfect take on the inspiration image!! Love the embossed background and the cork strip from which to hang your tools and that awesome banner!! Thanks so much for playing to find a Cure For The Monday Blues!
Rahmat said…
Really admire your work Cornelia, love both the cards... I am your new follower :) xx Rahmat
Susanne Vargas said…
Love the photo of the evening gown! Although I wouldn't want to wear it...
Fun shaker card and fabulous Father's Day card!
Aileen said…
Great cards, especially love the dads birthday card.
The photo of the glass dress is unbelievable. Such detail, such beauty, so so clever. I would love to see for real. Thank you for sharing this.
scrappymo! said…
Two great cards. The shaker is so fun but the second card is a showstopper! That is a fabulous Fathers day card.
papierelle said…
Danke für die liebe Begrüßung. Das Foto mit dem Kleid aus Glas ist ja der Hammer. Das schaut so echt aus.
Aber auch Deine Karten können sich wieder sehen lassen, die Männertagskarte ist super.
LG Gundi
PS: Danke, das Du auch Martina unterstützt!! Da wird sie Augen machen, wenn sie Post von ganz weit weg bekommt!! Bist ein Schatz!!
Manuela said…
Hallo Cornelia,
vielen dank für die liebe Begrüßung, das Foto ist sehr schön, ein wahres Kunststück.
Dank dir und viele Grüße
Manuela
Betty said…
Da ich ein Fan von Schüttelkarten bin, bin ich natürlich begeistert von deiner :-). Danke für's Mitspielen bei Little Tangles. LG
Barb Ghig said…
I love how you played with all the N&T stamps, Cornelia! Such a fun shaker card, and your tools are amazing! I love how you added the cork strip, too...so clever!

Thanks for sharing the photo of the evening gown...so pretty and I'm glad you had a nice vacay! I thought I was already a follower, so I took care of that while I was here...:-)
Joan Ervin said…
Both of your cards are sooo awesome!!! I just love the masculine card with all the tools and your CTD shaker card is over the top...love it!!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!!
Di said…
Two terrific cards Cornelia! Gosh, what a clever card with all those little tools - super use of snippets!

Hugs, Di xx
Sherrie M. said…
That is an AMAZING glass dress. Wow. I will have to check out that museum someday. And congrats on your Monday Blues mention...its a FAB card!
G Peplow said…
Hi There, Two really beautiful cards and an amazing glass dress, WOW glad I came today :D TFS and for visiting me :D x
Sue - said…
Two great cards. I love all those little tools!
Deepti said…
Two totally unique and amazing good cards, Love the shaker colors and the masculine card is totally mind blowing :) what a superb idea and execution :)
Deepti said…
Thank you for the welcome :)
Monika Reeck said…
oh woow how I forgot to see this post..your first card is beautifull and love the bright color on it and I really adore your second one GREAT DAD CARD..is it from Technique Tuesday hmmm I think I was bestellen the same one Hihi LOL, ...ich habe auch diese stamp set...wo versteckst du my lovely friend..ich sehe dich so wenig bei meinem Blog...vemisse dich..hoffentlich du kommst bald wieder :)..ich mag continuität LOL...aber ich kann mich vorstellen wenn du als DT member ist must be so busy....und ich verstehe es...du bist a fleissige Card maker und ich bin stolz dich kennen zu lernen..kommst du wieder am August nach Muenchen...big hugs from far..Monika
maria f. said…
This is great! So glad you won!
Super cards, love them!

Warm hugs
Maarit
Darnell said…
You did not lose any mojuice while you were away, Cornelia! Both your shaker card and your Dad card are fabulous!! Thank you for playing in the texture challenge at ATCAS!! Hugs, Darnell
Loll said…
Amazing design Cornelia. I LOVE the way you've made your tools and hung them on the cork ... so much lovely texture and shine! Thanks so much for joining us at ATCAS. Loll xx
Vicki Dutcher said…
How awesome are those tools! Any dad would love this card~ I do too- Thanks for joining in ATCAS!

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