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Guest Designing at the Craft Stamper Take it Make it Challenge

Hi Everyone - 

I am so happy and proud to be guest designer for the Craft Stamper magazine January Take it Make it challenge! I got that honor with winning the November challenge with THIS card, where I also won this fabulous stamp set from Artistic Stamper (see picture below), which I used to create my two inspiration cards. This months theme is Anything Goes with stamps (no digis)- don't we all LOVE this? 


In both cards I stamped the background with the wavy stamp from this stamp set in various colors. I then used those wonderful Raindrop stamps from Ryn Tanaka and stamped them over the wavy lines. I used a light color wash to color the water drops and added white highlights to make them more 3-D. 


The sentiment stamps are by STAMPlorations - for the pink card I used Bloom Sketches and for the green card I used Artful Flutters

I am linking my card with Ryn's customer creation challenge - anything with Ryn stamps



                                                  

                     And remember there are great prizes to win, so come on over to Craft Stamper and play!

Comments

Larisa said…
Creatively quirky projects.
Stunning result with the Designs by Ryn Raindrop Set stamps, Cornelia!
Gorgeous cards!
Greetings, Alie :-)
Ruth said…
Gorgeous card, love the colours...and congrats on your win. Ruth x
Kate said…
Love these cards in both colour ways awesome job :)
Kate xx
sandie said…
Congrats on GD and love the touch a highlight for dimension x
Anita in France said…
Congratulations on your GD spot, Cornelia ... and on such awesome cards ... they're so cool and funky ... and those water drops are so amazingly dimensional ... brilliant! Anita :)
Tracy said…
Woohoo congratulations, your cards are so unique and beautiful! Love what you created...xxxx
Kim Heggins said…
Congrats Cornelia...this is just beautiful. Love your coloring and those raindrops are stunning.
Susanne Vargas said…
Congrats on your GD spot! It looks very cool the way you combined the wavy stamp with the water droplets!
Manuela said…
wow, was für eine tolle Karte. Die Tropfen sehen super aus und der Hintergrund auch. Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Gewinn als Gast Designer :-)
Ryn Tanaka said…
A big congratulations! That's a great opportunity for you :) Your cards are beautiful. Love the colour flow and use of droplets over top! Thanks as well for linking to my challenge. Much appreciated.
maria f. said…
Congrats again on your win over at TIMI. These cards are great - I like the blue/green one even better. The font works so well with the images. And thanks for reminding me that I still haven't used my water drops stamp from Ryn.
FAB-U-LOUS cards Cornelia! Congrats on a well deserved win! Thank you for the inspiration on CASology! Hazel x
Ooops! Sorry Cornelia! Meant to say, thanks for the inspiration over at Craft Stamper! Hazel x
Jerrie said…
Cornelia, these cards are absolutely fabulous! It is fun to see them in both colors. Congrats on the win...you deserve it

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