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Curing the Blues again

Hi,

just a quick post - it's late already.....
I am again playing in Taheera's Cure for the Monday Blues challenge....In case you don't know she is celebrating with Winnie &Walter and there is a gift certificate you could win. Can't let that pass by without trying ;).....


I used Avery Elle (the dots) and Neat&Tangled stamps (sentiment) for this card. The die cut feather is by Poppystamps and the little hearts are a die by Simon Says - used glitter paper for that. 


  This card was really quick to make - I just agonized about how to position everything and some other stuff that I decided against, so you don't see it.

Here is that fabulous inspiration picture - hard to resist - right?
Do you see that feather in that pine cone? I wanted to make a card suitable for Valentine's day, so I bypassed that pine cone....


Happy Stamping everyone!

Comments

Vicki Dutcher said…
Fabulous! I love the gold glittered feather~
Flo said…
Ist das eine Karte für mich??? Nein, nein, nein, das sollte ein Scherz sein!!! * kicher*
Ich vermute mal, da fühlen sich ganz viele Menschen angesprochen.
Super Farben und Design!!!
Schönes Wochenende,
Flo
joy said…
Such a WOW card, Cornelia! Love all of the gold. My guess is that trend is going to be around for a long time.
Susanne Vargas said…
Einfach toll, wie du das Foto umgesetzt hast!
This is just stunning. Love your gold against that chalkboard style.
Caroline xxx

Palavras gentis são um favo de mel, doçura para a alma
e saúde para o corpo.(Pr 16,24)
Obrigada amiga, pela visita atenciosa!
Beijo grande, Marie.
Donna Nuce said…
Gorgeous card Cornelia! I just love the large feathers and the gold dots. Have a great day!
Deepti said…
This is awesome!! The chalkboard is sooooo cool :)
maria f. said…
Absolutely love those gold embossed dots!
Kim Heggins said…
FABulous card and your chalk board look is perfection! Love all the gold too, so beautiful.
Monika Reeck said…
oh wooowww you are perfectly made the card using tha photo inspiration..perfect take on and perfect use the gold black and white another clever card..luv this
Taheerah said…
I love that bold gold feather! So many awesome points picked from the inspiration and perfectly positioned too! Thanks so much for playing to find a Cure For The Monday Blues!
Anita in France said…
Stunning, Cornelia ... all that shimmer and gold is so deliciously rich and gorgeous! Anita :)

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