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Hi Everyone,

I have been busy making cards (what else would I make...?), but first I want to greet my new members:

Gaylynn from Neat Nook Creations
Lilian from The Leaf Studio
Marie from Algodao Tao Doce

Please pay those lovely Ladies a visit and check out their blogs - I promise you  - its worth your time  and you'll be utterly delighted! Perhaps you even have time to leave them some love and tell them I sent you!

Because I have to love cards to share I thought I pick the famous love sculpture by Robert Indiana as my welcome picture for my wonderful new members. I am so happy you joined. Thank you so much! You are getting me closer to that magic 200 number :)


You can find this sculpture in NYC on 6th Ave and 55th street. I love those bold colors!

And now my cards:



You see my inspiration - right?The die is by Marianne and the YOU is from Neat&Tangled. Its a one layer card, since I did it as inlaid die cuts. And I made it for this month  One Layer Simplicity challenge - Attractive opposites. Hopefully it counts - red and blue are almost opposite on the color wheel, but you could also say large letters, small letters or die cuts and stamping - that's an opposite -right???


Since I love this die cut so much - I have it now in my collection for almost one year, but did not yet have a chance to use it, (got it after Valentine's Day was over) both cards are also going into the NBUS challenge over at CASology. You all know what that means - never before used schtuff, coined by the famous Darnell Knauss. I am also linking it up with Colour me...! - you can see the color graphics below.

You probably can guess what the next card is for - that's right - this week's Muse challenge:


Michele Ferguson made this wonderful card for us to CASE. I went with the negative space, the orangy heart and the grey font. The sentiment is by Paper Smooches. I went over it with a grey Wink of Stella pen and it shimmers beautifully.


And I am adding those cards to Virginia's view - clean slate - the first one is one layer and the second one is white on white
Also adding this card to the Uniko challenge - Love and Friendship
And Darnells NBUS challenge #3- never before used schtuff

     



And lastly - are you still with me? I wanted to share some pics I made with my son, when he was little and climbed around on that love sculpture - back then one could do that - its not allowed anymore.....


Happy stamping!



Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
Tolle graphic CAS Karten! Die Skulptur ist auch echt cool!
(Übrigens, der link von Lilian ist der Gleiche wie der von Gaylynn...)
Unknown said…
This is a great set of cards Cornelia! I really love your white on white one... my favorite of the two! With that little pop of red, it looks fantastic!
Nina-Marie :)
Virginia L. said…
Ganz ausgezeichnet!! Love how the sculpture inspired you and you made it totally work. AND the 2nd card is absolutely well done, too! Das mag Ich auch! Danke für deine Teilnahme bei Virginia’s View “Clean Slate” Challenge!
Anonymous said…
Both your cards are wonderful, I can't believe how perfect this die is for the inspiration sculpture!
hellerlittle said…
na das nenn ich mal eine beindruckende Skulptur !!!
Wunderbar klar und sofort erkennbar ;o)
Deine Karten sind mal wieder Phantastisch !!!
LG hellerlittle
Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE both these cards! I have this "love" die and have some cards using it coming to my blog soon! TFS!!!
Ardyth said…
I love how you've showed how you can be inspired differently by one inspiration! So glad you joined us at Muse this week!
Ardyth said…
Back to add thanks for joining us at OLS and CASology, too!
Vicki Dutcher said…
WTG! I love your inspired card!! That beautiful VIVID and BRIGHT red won me over :)
Vicki Dutcher said…
Oh yeah - thanks for joining in at Muse!
Gaylynn said…
Such beautiful love creations. Happy New Year. :)
Anonymous said…
Hi Cornelia! I love your "LOVE" cards. So fun, they make me smile. The photos of your son too! BTW I answered your question about the pig painting over on my blog. :)
I Card Everyone said…
Cornelia, LOve your card, your words, and that fabulous statue as well!! Thanks for playing along at Muse!
=] Michele
sandie said…
What stunning cards, the first one so very bold and the second so dramatically CAS, I am so pleased you joined us at Uniko x
Cat Craig said…
Awesome cards Cornelia, I love the bold colors, and your Muse card is delightfully designed.
Kim M said…
Your cards are totally amazing! Love them! Adorable pictures of your son. :-). Hugs!
Rosmarie said…
Imposante Skulptur, an der du dich ganz toll hast inspirieren lassen!
Karen M said…
Gorgeous cards Cornelia - I love them both:) hugs xx
Sazzle Dazzle said…
WOW! where do I start Cornelia!
Fabulous inspiration photo and the one with your son. Simply amazing cards great for each challenge you've entered. LOVE that die! Oh and thanks for linking up at Uniko too.
Sarah
Uniko DT
Deborah Frings said…
Fabulous cards! Your interpretation of the sculpture is great. I particularly love the second card, which looks engraved! Thanks so much for playing along with Uniko Studio!
Jacquie Southas said…
Really love that sculpture and especially your white on white card version!
Meg said…
This is just awesome - I love this card.
Unknown said…
Two great cards but love the MUSE one the best. Such great dimension!
Unknown said…
How completely fitting!!! I am a big fan of both of these :) Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us this week at Colour Me...! We would be delighted to have you back again soon :)
Monika Reeck said…
SUPER IDEA
love the one in red and blue
and the one in white
it can be a winner at CASology..clever made my friend...Wunderbare idea..
Darnell said…
I have to say the photo collage of your son upstaged your brilliant cards, Cornelia! They are so great of his fresh face brimming with imagination and wonder!!

Your love card CASEing the sculpture is magnificent and so is your take on the MUSE card! Excellent works of art!!

Thank you so much for playing in the CASology challenge! It's been such fun to be GD this week! It looks like you haven't entered your card in my NBUS Challenge, so please feel free to also link again there! Have a great day! Hugs, Darnell
Chriss Blagrave said…
Blown away by your cards! The Muse love sculpture is awesome!
Anonymous said…
Hey Cornelia!! I love your take on this week cue card. I also love how you used the elements on 6th Ave for inspiration. You did an amazing job. Thanks for playing along with us this week at CASology.
Gillian R said…
So pretty and I love the sentiment. Thank you so much for joining in the Uniko Challenge
Beverley said…
A trio of loveliness! Super take on the inspiration & thank you for joining us over at Uniko Studio :) Hugs Bev x
Angel Johns said…
Love the card and the inspiration you took to make it!! Thanks for joining us at Colour Me!
Anita in France said…
Oh my, such fabulous boldness in the red and blue take on the sculpture, Cornelia ... the white on white with the smidge of colour is gorgeous ... LOVE! Such great photo's of your son ... he looks to be having a wonderful time! Anita :)
Sid said…
Great card designs !
Lilian said…
I tried leaving a comment the other day, but Blogger wasn't working...
But thank you for the warm welcome! And the cards are gorgeous!
Thanks again!
Lilian

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