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Little Tangles #38

Little Tangles has such a happy inspiration photo this week - I had to make a happy card.....



.... and I am happy with it, too! The yellow in the card looks kind of orange in the photo, oh well...


I used that fun set Everyday Labels from Neat &Tangled to make this card. Added a stripe of rainbow paper and colorful splatters




I am also linking this card with Seize the Birthday  - option summer - I think those colors are really summery!


Thanks for visiting and all your wonderful comments - you know they make me happy!

Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
And you totally succeeded in making a happy card! The colors, the layout, everything is fabulous!
Oh I LOVE bright cards! this one is just so cool! Cheers, Victoria Lavender
Das sieht nach guter Laune aus:))
Großarrtige Karte Elisabeth
Anita in France said…
Fun, happy and so full of colourful energy, Cornelia ... love it! Annita :)
Shery Russ said…
Ohh, this card makes me happy, Cornelia!! Love it!
Hannelie said…
This card will bring a BIG smile to the face of the birthday boy/girl's face!
Great use of the sketch!
Manuela said…
das ist wirklich eine Happy card :-) sie wirkt so fröhlich, tolles design!!Lg Manuela
Loll said…
Definitely a happy card Cornelia :) Love the way you've interpreted the photo ... so creative and clever. Fab card! Loll xx
Deepti said…
Oh I so love this card, Love the rainbow sentiment stamping :)
Deepti said…
Oh I so love this card, Love the rainbow sentiment stamping :)
Barb Ghig said…
I really love this card, Cornelia! Beautiful blending of your inks, and I love how you matched up your sentiments...Love your splatters, too! You've been a busy girl!!!
shirley-bee said…
Beautiful rainbow card, Cornelia! I love the splatter confetti, and those stamps look fabulous in all those bright colours (I only ever think to use black or dark for them!).
Betty said…
Hey WOW, coole Karte. Echt klasse den Farbverlauf mit einem Schriftzug herzustellen. Ich drück dir die Daumen. Danke für's Mitspielen bei Little Tangles. LG Betty
Colleen said…
this is definitely unique and clever...love your choices of colors and having the sentiment down the right side of the card! Awesome, Cornelia! Thanks for sharing it with us at Seize the Birthday!
Glenda J said…
This is so much fun! Love the bold colours and the fabulous design. Thanks for playing along with Seize the Birthday!
Vicki Dutcher said…
WOW! This card is right up my alley -- so bright and wonderfully balanced! Your side border sponging [?] is fabulous!

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