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Happy New Year!!!

If you have not yet seen the inspiration picture at Inkspirational - go and have a look (its below, too) - just amazing. I knew I had to play.....And this is perfect for a New Years card, since I am a little tired of making Christmas cards.....



I basically recreated this beautiful picture finally putting my Memory Box City Scape dies to good use... I have used them before, but forgot to take a picture of the card, before I sent it out....
I off set the die cuts just a tad. The black paper is glitter paper -looks really fabulous in real life. For teh firework I played around a little bit, since I don't have a die for it. I wanted to use the Memory Box Chloe Stem die 
and turn it upside down, but I did not like the look of it - too bulky. So I cut it apart, as you can see:


I thought that looks better....The sentiment is by STAMPlorations Sentiment Builders: Christmas & New Year and Bloom Sketches. Added some Wink of Stella to the NEW  YEAR, but you can't see that...
I am also linking this card with the Snippets Playground - use a snippet (white strip at the bottom and "firework")
Inkspire - Happy New Year
and with Simon Says - Anything Goes


     

Happy New Year to all of you - my followers and visitors. May you stay happy and healthy and get even more crafting time than the prior year!
Keep stamping!

Comments

Kim M said…
Love this Cornelia! Way to use your die cut in a totally different way! That's thinking outside the box! Happy to see you over at Ink too. :-). Happy New Year!
Susanne Vargas said…
Love your glittery card! I always admire your ability to think outside the box (here: die) and use them creatively! And when it looked too bulky you didn't throw it out but cut it apart! Brilliant! Happy New Year!
Julie B said…
Very inventive Cornelia. I just wanted to get my pastels out until I realised they were still on the shelf at my Son's!
Wishing you health and happiness in 2015. :)
Di said…
Hi Cornelia!

Wow, this is just fabulous! Who's a clever little sausage thinking to use the Chloe Stem that way then? And I do so love the Cityscape dies - in fact I'm waiting for mine to arrive any day now - can see lots of great uses for them!

Happy New Year!

Hugs

Di xx
Deepti said…
I am oohing and aahing over this the night sky u created is mind blowing :) u totally rocked this challenge
Karen M said…
Your card looks amazing - I love all the sparkle! Happy new year - hugs xx
sandie said…
wow Cornelia, what a creative mind you have-using this flower as a firework-amazing and black glitter card-inspired! Happy New Year and thanks for joining us at Ink
Pia Larsen said…
Great idea for the fireworks. Love it when it is possible to stretch your dies :)
Thanks for playing with us at INK. Hope you'll join us again next time :)
Pia xx
Monika Reeck said…
Adorable sky scraper card you made and the purple behind that building wooowww looks gorgeous...I made similar card like you and I love that photo inspiration from Inkspirational too...Great made Cornelia..Love this...are you still at urlaub place...enjoooyy :)
*Vicki* said…
WOW!! This is such a brilliant city scape scene!! LOVE your design and sparkle here! Wishing you a Happy & Healthy New Year in 2015! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
My Blog: Stamp Smiles
Greta said…
Happy New Year, Cornelia! What a neat looking card--just like the photo! Very creative way to make your fireworks--love it!
Lin said…
A perfect take on the inspiration, Cornelia, and I love the way you used that floral die! Thanks for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!
Rosmarie said…
Klar doch, Cloe Stem auf den Kopf gestelt, ein bisschen zurechtgeschnitten und fertig ist das Feuerwerk!! Warum komme ich nicht auf solche geniale Ideen??
Umwerfend schön deine Karte!!
LG Rosi
Kelly Griglione said…
So creative ... love your bloom-turned-firework! Very imaginative!
Anita in France said…
What a brilliant, shimmery city scene, Cornelia ... and how inspired to use the chloe die cut for the fireworks ... sooo creative! Anita :)
What a pretty Card! Happy New Year! Thank you for playing with our IN{K}SPIRE_me Challenge, tina
Wow, I'd say it's the perfect card to match the picture! Love it! Thanks for joining us at IN{K}SPIRE_me! ~ Annemarie

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