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STAMPlorations Sketch Challenge #26

Hi Everyone - 

sorry for the late posting, but here is our new sketch challenge at STAMPlorations - don't worry  you'll have two weeks to link up:


Simple and pretty!

Here is the card I made for it:



I used  Trendy Butterflies and Mini Mixed Media Backgrounds to make the side strip, but before I stamped the butterflies I directly applied metallic ink and chalk in to the paper to get abase coloring for the strip. I like the shimmer of it. For the sentiment I went with Bloom Sketches .
Here is a closeup, where you can see that shimmer better:


I also added tiny gems to the antennae. 

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So, go and visit the STAMPlorations blog - great inspiration there to find and we also have a talented guest designer for this challenge - its Maria from Bulgaria, who shares a delightful card with us.

I won't be part of the challenge team any longer at STAMPlorations, so this is my last card for it, but the good news are that I will be part of the Inspirations design team and I still be be doing bi-monthly Spotlights, so this won't be the end for me!!!!

Hope to see your creations over there!


Comments

Shery Russ said…
Wow, I love the shimmer on that strip, Cornelia! This is a gorgeous one layer card!
Nonni said…
Very artsy one layer Cornelia, the shimmer looks great!
maria f. said…
Wondered how you got that shimmer. Now I wonder what kind of ink you used for the butterflies? Coverage looks good.
papierelle said…
Schmetterlinge, wunderschöne und so viele und perfekt inszeniert!!
LG vom Schmettifan Gundi
Kim Heggins said…
Stunning card...what a fabulous take on the sketch...so beautiful.
Monika Skinner said…
LOVE the shimmer, Cornelia. It adds a touch of luxury!!! Have fab day! Hugs xxx
Anita in France said…
Wow, that shimmer is such a stunning backdrop to those lovely butterflies, Cornelia ... fabulous! Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
Stunning Butterfly and the sketch did so well on your card...how are you Cornelia I try to catch up today..wish you always gesund ..bin still cough and flu yeah deutschland einfach zu kalt fuer mich hehehe

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