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STAMPlorations Stamp Release Day 2 - HASHTAG AUTHENTIC

Again, this is my second post today, for the earlier card click HERE

Hi Everyone,


Today the Spotlight is on:
 Bold Sentiments: Hashtag Authentic

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This is one awesome set! I love the font and all those sentiments are basically timeless - you can use them over and over again. I went wild and pretty much used them all here:



The big bold YOU is from Bold Sentiments: Cherish

I used an EK success  punch for the border and added black splatters. Easy.

Check out what the rest of the team made! You'll find links to all our projects here.

And of course we have prizes:

SIX (6) commenters randomly drawn from the designers' blogs will each win a $10 gift certificate.
ONE (1) commenter randomly drawn from the STAMPlorations blog will win a $30 gift certificate.
there may also be some additional surprise prizes - so leave those comments by February 3rd - it may pay off ;)  - you'll find out on February 5.



Now leave some love to increase your chances of winning :)


Comments

Barbara said…
Great Card for a guy!
maria f. said…
Love that notebook edge. Perfect companion to those grungy words.
Unknown said…
Very bold, love the sentiments and your color choice.
*Vicki* said…
This is an awesome design! Love the lettering and spiral notebook edge!
JenniferE said…
Love the black splatters and the note book edge!
Vicki Dutcher said…
I adore the red you get on your cards - bright and in your face perfect! :)
Julie B said…
Love the note book look, suits the font! :)
Flo said…
Eine geniale Karte, vor allem die Spritzer passen hervorragend dazu, weil die Schrift ja auch etwas "angefressen!" ist.
New Creations said…
Splendid work done and beautiful used of all those wild and grungy Sentiments!
joy said…
Love this set! You are right - the font and sentiments are timeless and can be used in many ways!! Your card is AMAZING!! :)
Carol said…
Love the simplicity of this...would make a great journal cover.
cm said…
Your sentiments say it all: #beautiful#authentic#creative#amazing! Such an eye-catching, bold card! I feel a 'shopping' coming on *grin*
~c
Jerrie said…
Love your card~ black, white and a pop of red fantastic!
Susanne Vargas said…
That is a "must have" set and you made a striking card with it! Fabulous!
Taunya Butler said…
Perfect touches on this card - the notebook edge - the colors, the black splatters and you have just arranged those words in such a cool way!!! Awesome and I hope your day is awesome!!!
2amscrapper said…
gret notebook edge and modern graphic feel to this
Rahmat said…
Love it Cornelia, just few colors, and this card totally rocks with the bold sentiments!
hellerlittle said…
So einfach und sooooooohoooo wirkungsvoll !!!
Wieder eine wundevolle Karte von dir
LG hellerlittle
Deepti said…
Splatter was a cool thing to add to these grungy sentiments :) cool design
Sheila H said…
Cool and playful design :)
Brandi R said…
Very bold and fun card! Thank you for sharing ♥
Indy's Designs said…
Love the sentiments...so big, bold...fabulous!
Rubeena I. said…
this is fantastic!
Kim Heggins said…
Amazing card Cornelia...I love all those words...just so fun.
Monika Skinner said…
Watch out Banksy,Cornelia has arrived on the scene! Love the street art feel, amazing card. xxx
Anita in France said…
So cool, Cornelia ... great touch of red with the monochrome ... love that notebook border with those bold words! Anita :)
Iris said…
Love the color combo and the CAS look.
isoscia at aol dot com
Lena_J said…
Beautiful stamp, and gorgous card :-)

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