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ATSM Challenge #106 - Anything Goes

Hello, its time for anew challenge at ATSM - this is 
Challenge #106 - Anything Goes - isn't that your favorite thing to do?

We also have a fabulous sponsor - scroll down to see who it is....



I love rainbow colors and I have this cool triangle stamp by My Favorite Things, called jumbo Mod Borders, that has been sitting around unused for awhile. So I inked it up....


The sentiment is  Hero Arts Heart Felt Messages, the tag is by Die-namics. I used some eyelets , sequins and Bakers twine.

And here is our wonderful sponsor:

The winner will get 3 digis.

Don't forget to check out the ATSM blog and see all the inspiration from our fabulous DT!

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I am also linking this up with the July Linky Party for a chance to win a $25.00 gift card in the a2zscrapbooking Store.
Snippets Playground - use a snippet (the sentiment  thingy)
And with CASology - rainbow - its rainbow colors


Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
You know that you can always make me happy with rainbow colors ;)
Deborah Frings said…
Love it! Rainbow colours are always so cheerful!
Rahmat said…
Your cards always stand out Cornelia! I simply love the colors here and the gradient effect is really cool to look at!
Deepti said…
This is gorgeous ! Love the bold and bright rainbow colors :)
Jess said…
Great card! Love the fun bright rainbow colors!
Barb Ghig said…
I really love how you inked your triangles in rainbow colors, Cornelia...Beautiful blending, too! Awesome card!

Thank you so much for your sweet comments on my card at the a2z Blog! Yes, I did melt Perler Beads to create the enamel dots. I'm waiting for the 'go ahead' to post a photo tutorial on the a2z Blog for making them at home, and if you're interested, I'll let you know when it goes live :-)
sandie said…
what a fabulous card Cornelia, the gradual change in colour really works with this border stamp x
cm said…
Happy sighhh....rainbows and triangles are such an eye-catching combination! Your card is sheer delight and I agree with the others: your cards are always outstanding in every gallery! Fabulous inspiration for the new challenge!!
~c
Anita in France said…
Delicious, Cornelia ... love geometric shapes, love rainbow colours ... so of course I love this card! Anita :)
Loll said…
Hi Cornelia. Love this graphic design ... especially done in colors of the rainbow - so fun! Creative way to attach the sentiment too! Loll xx
Julie B said…
A fun card Cornelia, you did a great job stamping that large stamp. I always struggle with large format ones, there's always a bit that doesn't come out. :)
Jen W. said…
Gorgeous inking and I love the way you attached the sentiment! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!
Di said…
Wow, what a wonderful rainbow! I do so love how you manage to get your repeat stamping just so perfect :)

Hugs

Di xxx
Neets B said…
Oh this is so striking, Cornelia. This stamp is great stamped in rainbow colours and it blends perfectly with your blog header! :) x
Judy1223 said…
Cornelia, I love this pretty rainbow colored card, and the eyelets are such a fun way to attach the sentiment. Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!
Kylie said…
This is really, really cool Cornelia! The blended colours are awesome and your design is stunning! xx
Anonymous said…
Hi Cornelia. Love how the graphic triagles blend with the shading of your rainbow colour. Great design! Have a fab day! hugs Monika xxx

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