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Make it Monday #164

This week's Make it Monday is a really cool one - the talented Heather Nichols has a tutorial about cluster stamping - I just love how this came out:



You start with the sentiment  - stamp it with Versamark and clear emboss it. Then you take small stamps and cluster them around the sentiment. Easy peasy......


Mounted the white cardbase onto a green card.

The colors I took from the Cupcake Inspirations challenge


And the lay out I got from this weeks CASE this Sketch 


I am also linking this card with Seize the Birthday - anything Birthday

Materials: all stamps by  Papertrey  - Polka Dot Basics, Sketched Shapes, Reasons to Smile

Comments

Lola said…
Hallo Cornelia!

Was für eine klasse Karte!!
Diese Farben, die schönen verschiedenen Kreise - echt toll gestaltet, und die embosste, weiße Schrift macht's perfekt!

Viele liebe Grüße :-)

Karola
I love that your cluster is at the top corner - it looks great! great job!
Hannelie said…
I can't stop looking!
This is stunning!
Jacquie Southas said…
Beautiful! Love the mix of sketched, solid & outline circles!
Cindy H. said…
Beautiful card! Love the colors!
Diana K said…
Love this! Such a great card!
papierelle said…
Ich komme mit dem kommentieren gar nicht hinterher, wunderschöne Karten zeigst Du wieder. Bin begeistert. Weniger ist hier definitiv mehr!!
LG Gundi
Mayras Designs said…
I love this card !!!! Beautiful design , and perfect use of the colors !!! I am so happy you joined us at Cupcake Inspiration Challenges. I hope you join us again !!!
Hugs,
Mayra
Mayrasdesigns.blogspot.com
Manuela said…
Hallo Cornelia, deine Karte mit all den verschiedenen Kreisen gefällt mir auch sehr gut, die Farbkombi ist auch sehr schön. Lg Manuela
shirley-bee said…
Wow, this looks fabulous in that colour combination, Cornelia! Love it!
maria f. said…
Love those dots. Fabby colors.
Susanne Vargas said…
Echt toll, diese Karte!
Angela Lemmons said…
I love your card!! :D
Karen Dunbrook said…
great card...well done.
JoAnn said…
Fabulous card. Love the technique you used. Thanks for sharing at Seize the Birthday.
Monika Reeck said…
Oh dear you are a busy bee and I love the technique you made for this card and I love the color combo you put on the card...really lovely mix the colors...and loooovvveeee all concept on this card...you are a clever card maker...hope you like to visiting me again my dear friend...really miss you....1 minute Nur...then Ich bin sooo gluecklich LOL...hugs...
Patti said…
Oh I love your color combo!! this card turned out GREAT!
Deepti said…
This looks so fabulous :)great colors and design !
Michelle said…
Fabulous stamping, Cornelia! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!
Leigh Penner said…
Oh, this is fabulous! Wonderful take on the sketch!
LOVE this Cornelia!!! JUST LOVE IT!!!
Tina said…
love this card,loving the cluster of the challenge colors matches perfectly...thanks for sharing at cupcake inspirations

Tina
sweetie dt
donna mikasa said…
Such a fun take on the sketch--I love the color combo, too!
Anita in France said…
I LOVE this, Cornelia ... all those fabulous circles of colour bursting around the sentiment ... awesome! Anita :)
This is fantastic! I love it!
Nancy said…
Really a fun card...love the colors too! Great job! Thanks for linking up with us over at Seize the Birthday!
Cindy H. said…
Love your gorgeous card! Great design and colors!

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