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ATSM Challenge #132 and Spotlight Sneak Peek

Hi Everyone,

Its challenge time at ATSM! For the next two week its going to be "Make your Mark"- that means - markers, pencils, stencils or whatever you like to make your mark with!



We also have a wonderful sponsor


http://www.qkrstampede.com/

Prize is 3 free digis

Go and checkout all the inspiration from our fabulous DT!

I am also playing in some challenges, of course.... 
using the sketch byYour Next Stamp.
Seize the Birthday - no topping for me...
Send a Smile 4 Kids - for the boys

YNSSketch-7    


That fun rocket is by Your Next Stamp - I colored it with Copics and fuzzy cut it. The background I made with an ARTplorations stencil


And I am still not done here.....

I have a card for you from my Spotlight post over at STAMPlorations, where you will see my tutorial




Now you have something else to check out ;)

Have a great day and happy stamping!


Comments

Deborah Frings said…
LOL! Such a fun card. Really bright and bold.
Susanne Vargas said…
Sehr witzig, diese Karte! Den Himmel hast du toll hingekriegt! Und jetzt gehe ich zu STAMPloration und schaue, was du dort Schönes gepostet hast!
Guten Morgen,
schon wieder so eine tolle Karte!! Ach ein Augenschmaus :)))
GlG Elisabeth
Tanja said…
this is the perfect (kid's) birthday card - love the clouds
Julie B said…
This is such a fun card Cornelia. Fab sky foreground and those cheeky rockets too. :)
!neke said…
What a fun card !
Love those bright colors !
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Cornelia your talents just go on and on. You have so many unique ideas with your cards that I'm blown away each time one pops up on my read list. This is so fun, cute and inspirational too. Congrats on the Muse win this week and well deserved. Sarah x
Wei Wei said…
What a cute card, love your stunning inking background.
Lee-Anne said…
Oh, this is such fun, Cornelia! Love those little rockets and the bold colors! Great layout!
cm said…
Cornelia, your card is simply fabulous! Those little firecrackers are hilarious! Awesome card!
Hugs~c
Barb Ghig said…
Oh, this is such a FUN card, Cornelia! Beautiful coloring, as always and I love, love, love how you created your scene!
Sue said…
Such a fun card! The sentiment goes so well with the images.
Deepti said…
This so cute! I love how one of the rocket is peeking through the landscape :)
Kara Lynne said…
Love that quirky little scene, so much fun!
Thanh Vo said…
Love this little in action card, Cornelia! Thanks for hanging out with us at YNS. :)
So cute - love that little rocket taking off! Thanks for playing along with us at YNS! :)
Annette Allen said…
totally FUN.. great designing.. thanks for joining us at Your Next Stamp..
JoAnn said…
What a fun birthday card. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday.
Karen M said…
I just love your fun card Cornelia...very cute:) Hugs xx
*Vicki* said…
Oh my gosh those little rockets are a RIOT!! :) Love the clouds and fun scene you've created here!!
Oh my, your card is just too funny, it just makes me smile! What a creative take on the sketch with the firecrackers. Thanks for joining in the fun at YNS!!!
Kim Heggins said…
Just so fun...love your adorable little rockets, you are just so creative.
Rahmat said…
Fun card Cornelia, the images are gorgeous! absolutely love it.
Neets B said…
I love what you've done here, what a fun card. Those little eyes peeping out just makes me smile. Fab card xx
Shona Chambers said…
This is so funny, reminds me of Guy Fawkes with firework rockets taking off all over the place!!
Anita in France said…
So fun, Cornelia ... these cute little rockets just had me chuckling! Gorgeous ombré pink sneak peek too! Anita :)
This is so FUN! I love your scene and how you placed all the rockets! Thank you for taking the time to play along with our YNS challenges!
Tanja said…
Herzlichen Glückwunsch zur Top 3 bei Send a Smile - vielleicht könnten wir beide etwas zu einem bestimmten Thema basteln und dann schauen was für unterschiedliche Kreationen dabei herauskommen und das auf unseren Blogs zeigen ...

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