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One Layer Simplicity Challenge

Susan Raihala made such a beautiful card as inspiration of the One Layer Simplicity Challenge and there is still a day left to link up! Here is my card:

The background stamp is Hero arts, the little house is by Mama Elephant and the sentiment is Technique Tuesday.

This was a really quick card, as you can imagine. But as usual I like my quick cards the best. Thanks Susan for the inspiration! And here is Susan's beauty:

I am also linking this up with Less is More - anything Christmassy
and with Christmas Stamping all Year round - anything Christmas
Moxie Fab - Tree-mendous Trees 

 Have a great day and thanks for visiting!


Elizabeth said…
Lovely card - I like the little pink house in the forest :) Elizabeth xx
CAS -einfach super ;))
LG Elisbaeth
papierelle said…
Deine Karte ist super schön geworden, bin voll auf begeistert!!
LG Gundi
Toni said…
Love how you tied the house and peace words together w color!
Julie B said…
Love that forest Cornelia with the little log cabin. Reminds me of quilting patterns where the heart of a log cabin square is usually red being the heart of the home!:)
hellerlittle said…
Zucker mit dem kleinen Häuschen!!!
Ein ganz typisches Werk von dir (finde ich)
LG hellerlittle
Anonymous said…
Pretty card. The red house really stands out! :)
Monika Reeck said…
the first one is cuuutee a pink house in a forest Cornelia and gret idea too...and the second one so sweet with the heart there..adorable one layer card..I want to join there too but I did not have time to managed it sad...but Lovely post again Cornelia...see you soon bei meinem Blog and happy sunday...hugs, Monika
Furrbster said…
I love the way the pink of the house makes it really stand out.

Hugz Tinz
Rahmat said…
Its CAS at its best Cornelia, I love one layer cards! and I think you have nailed it!
!neke said…
Das ist einfach super CAS !
Kim Heggins said…
This is just beautiful...what a sweet scene and I love that pink house.
Kim M said…
Oh how I love this! Great use of the HA stamp and I love how you put the little house in there. Fabulous! :-)
Flo said…
Deine Häuserkarten gefallen mir ausnehmend gut!!! Wie immer: schlicht und ausdrucksstark.
Liebe Grüße, Flo
Anita in France said…
Such a sweet little house in the woods, Cornelia ... kind of Hansel-and-Gretel-like ... magical! Anita :)
Judith said…
So lovely Cornelia - I love the pink accent oc the house - thank you for visiting me today hugs Judith x
Shona Chambers said…
CAS perfection! Those tree's look incredible and love the little house and deer hiding in the forest. A total winner!!
Gorgeous Christmas cards.

Warm hugs
Sarah G said…
Great design - love the pops of colour and that gorgeous woodland scene. It really draws you in!
Chrissie said…
This is a lovely winter scene!
Thanks so much Cornelia
"Less is More"
Loli said…
Hola Cornelia, gorgeous card, very effective pop red colour, beautiful winter christmassy scene.
Hugs from Palma de Mallorca
Anne said…
How stylish Cornelia, love mono with a touch of bright red!
Thank you for joining us at Less is More this week
LIM Designer
Fabiola said…
quelle beauté, sobriété et charme, merci de jouer avec nous chez CSAYL, biz
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Love both your cards Cornelia
Super stunning and shout white Christmas.
Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
Sarah xx
Less is More
Susan Raihala said…
Cornelia, you're weakening my resolve NOT to buy this background stamp. What a pretty the layout and the deer peeking through the trees!

Thanks so much for playing the OLS challenge!
Anonymous said…
So pretty!
Anonymous said…
So pretty!
Rosmarie said…
Traumhaft schöne Szene!

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