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STAMPlorations and Time Out Challenge

Hi,

STAMPlorations is the sponsor for the current Time Out Challenge, which is starting today!
The theme is Valentine's Day with the optional twist of Hearts. 

I sure used quite a few hearts here:


I started with water color paper and made a rough heart with orangy and red Brushos. Waited for it to dry...... In the meantime I took vellum in different shades white - pink, (although you can't really see the gradation in the picture) and die cut it with Lifestyle Craft dies. I then sewed the hearts to the paper. The sentiment is from the brand new Stamplorations set - Sentiment Builders: Love. I LOVE it! Lastly I threaded 4 tiny silver beads onto the loose threads.



STAMPlorations will provide 2 prizes: a $15 gift certificate (randomly chosen from all Time Out entries) and a stencil pack ($10 value; randomly chosen from comments left on the STAMPlorations blog).

You may want to visit the STAMPlorations blog to see the other fabulous cards our DT made for this challenge (and don't forget to leave a comment there....)

Ready to play?

Also linking up with Simon Says Wednesday challenge -  Have a heart
Uniko – Love & Friendship- 
Happy Little Stampers - see sketch - just moved my heart to the side....
Happy Little Stampers - watercolor
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes

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Comments

Julie B said…
Such a simple idea but you have taken it to the next level with all that vellum, silver beads and threads, love it! :)
sandie said…
wondeful design, such funky detail, so pleased you joined us at TIME OUT
Suchi said…
WOw! Your blog is just out of this world! I am awestruck!
Thank you for such happiness!
Cheers!
Suchi xx
Sazzle Dazzle said…
I just love your cards Cornelia ... each one so eye-catching and unique.
This one is particularly yummy ... a feast for my eyes. Sarah x
Kristie Goulet said…
This card is beautiful! WOW!!!
cm said…
WOW...such a beautiful card with the sewn/layered heart. Crushing over this..
Hugs~c
Susanne Vargas said…
Einfach toll! Vellum gefällt mir immer und pink und orange zusammen ist mal was anderes und macht so fröhlich!
Jerrie said…
OMG Cornelia, this card is just beautiful!
G Peplow said…
WOW I'm loving the gorgeous colours in your layered hearts, stunning card!! Gay x
Monika Skinner said…
Fabulously beautifully stunning!!!! Love it. Hugs xxx
Lin said…
Just love this beauty, Cornelia! What a great design, and it looks like it was lots of fun to make, too! Thanks for playing along with us for our "Have a Heart" challenge this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Just noticed you've linked this one up at Uniko ... you are on a roll Cornelia. Love them all.
Sarah x
Beverley said…
Ooooh! My artistic designer side loves all the texture and watercolours mixed on this card and you've kept it awesomely CAS too! Thanks for linking up at Uniko Studio and also taking the TIME OUT and joining in on the challenge. Hugs Bev x
G Peplow said…
Hi Cornelia, Thank you for the welcome back, I'm fine thanks :D x
Deepti said…
This is sooooooooooo pretty, love the layered hearts and water colored BG :)
Bobby said…
This fabulous heart really caught my eye in the gallery at Happy Little Stampers. The sewing and beads really adds a lot of detail.
Anonymous said…
So pretty! Love the way you've used the colors and the vellum!
Kylie said…
Brilliant. Amazing. Jaw dropping. You are so creative, Cornelia. Love this!! Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers xx
Amazing!
You're invited to come play along with us! Word Art Wednesday has weekly Anything Goes Challenges with GREAT prizes every week. We hope you will join us here:
www.wordartwednesdsay.blogspot.com
Karen
Anita in France said…
Wow, how gorgeous is this, Cornelia ... the yummy watercolour is such a great background for those delicate sewn hearts ... love the threaded beads! Delighted to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)
LOVE this 'loose' look to this Cornelia and that vellum is so pretty sewn on like that! Hazel x
Nicki S said…
WOW WOW! This is STUNNING!! I love what you've done here! Great contrast with the colors too! Thanks for playing along with the Uniko Studio challenge!
Shona Chambers said…
So artistic and a real piece of art!! So very happy to have you with us at TIME OUT!!!
Monika Reeck said…
Stunning heart and that color behind the vellum heart Cornelia...love all the embelishment here....this is a winner heart card in my eyes..love love love..hugs, Monika
Kim Heggins said…
Be still my heart...this is simply stunning Cornelia!
This is SO super pretty! Thanks a bunch for sharing your talents with us, and please join us again soon.
Blessings,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday
Loll said…
This is AMAZING Cornelia! I love the artsy shape of your watercoloured heart background. And the sewn hearts on top are awesome ... especially with the little silver beads added. So creative and unique! Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers. xx
sandie said…
Congrats on getting in the top 3 at Uniko x

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