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Little Tangles and Colour me....!

I am fairly busy getting a publication out there, but I took a break from the computer and made a card for Little Tangles - I just got some stamps I ordered recently and was hoping they would arrive in time for me to play with them in this challenge - and they did! I also really like this weeks Colour me...! colors - so naturally I combined the challenges.....

I used a TCW Stencil and sponged the feathers. The sentiment is Neat&Tangled - Everyday Circles and even the sequins are from them - I love them - so elegant, those flat, matte sequins. I added some gold thread with tiny gold pearls on the ends. Used some foam tape to pop up the card panel and sentiment circle.

Here is a slightly altered angle of the card- the light reflects differently off those sequins. 

So, off to do more work......Did I tell you recently that I LOVE your comments? They get me going! Thanks and keep them coming...... ;)

Challenges: Less is More: Anything Goes
Snippets Playground - use a snippet (the sentiment circle)
July Linky Party for a chance to win a $25.00 gift card in the a2zscrapbooking Store.


Anita in France said…
Such lovely detailing on these feathers, Cornelia ... the shimmery gold thread, the tiny beads and those super shiny sequins are all brilliant! Anita :)
Such a beautiful card! Love the colors! Thanks for playing along with the Little Tangles Challenge!
Susanne Vargas said…
Such a fabulous card! Love what you did with the thread and the sequins!
Toni said…
Bold and soft at the same time. Love it!
riliska said…
It is elegant and beautiful.
Sid said…
Fantastic card, just love your powerful colours and the sparkles !!
Julie B said…
Such vibrant colours Cornelia, those feathers are fab and so are the sequins. You can't beat a bit of bling! :)
Kim M said…
This is fantastic, Cornelia! Love the colours and that feather stencil is awesome! Your design reminds me of a dreamcatcher. Was that on purpose or just a great coincidence? :-). Hugs!
Monika Reeck said…
you always have a great idea with the feathers it looks so modern and you combine the color so lovely my friend..I am always have difficult time to combine yellow and pink you did it so well and also love the cas card you made..hugs...Monika
Unknown said…
Oh, I love how the gold thread hangs from underneath the sentiment and the pearls give it some weight. Such an unusual idea – I might have to steal it :)

Thank you for playing along with us at Colour Me…! this week!

CMCC Design Team
What a lovely card - those sponged feathers are gorgeous and like Kim this card reminds me of a dreamcatcher too! Thanks for joining us over at Colour Me...! this week.
Betty said…
WOW, richtig cool. Die Farben sind der Hammer und wie du den Faden mit den Pailleten hinter dem Kreis angebracht hast sieht einfach sehr schön aus. Danke für's Mitspielen bei Little Tangles. LG Betty
Manuela said…
Hallo Cornelia, super süß die Federkarte!Vor allem in den Farben gefallen mir die Federn super! Lg Manuela
Anne said…
Super card Cornelia!
Thanks so much for joining LIM this week
Less is More Designer
Lee-Anne said…
Absolutely stunning the colors, Cornelia!
Chark said…
beautiful work! thanks for linking up at a2z Scrapbooking Supplies!
Deepti said…
This is gorgeous :)
shirley-bee said…
Fabulous and bold, Cornelia, love it! And congrats on the HM!
Di said…
Double wow from me! Love this card too Cornelia - it looks a bit like a very pretty Dreamcatcher. Tip top work again!

Hugs, Di xx
Chrissie said…
I'm sorry this comment is so late, but I was on holiday in Spain last week and wifi was a little limited and slow!
This is absolutely gorgeous!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

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