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Make it Monday with Colour Q

Hi Everybody,

just a quick post today.....

I made a card for this weeks Make it Monday over at Papertrey, where talented Laurie Willison shows us how to use Cover Plate dies to create stencils to be used with embossing paste. I used my favorite new embossing plate from Papertrey to make this card and the colors I took from this weeks
Colour Q challenge. 


I made myself a stencil form the cover plate, smeared embossing paste over it and let it dry. I then inked it with distress inks. The die cut sentiment is Papertrey as well, the happy is by MFT as are the die cut sequins. 

Hope you like it!
I am also adding this card to Simon Says Wednesday challenge - add a little texture

   Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog

Comments

Virginia L. said…
Wunder scheon! I love love the colors from the embossing paste with the PTI die! Well done! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Add A Little Texture” Challenge!
Julie B said…
fab use of the homemade stencil Cornelia and I love the diecut greeting! :)
Flo said…
… und schon wieder eine "Wow!!!"-Karte!!!
Großartig ist diese Idee des Colorierens.
This is very pretty Cornelia! Love the colours you used on the embossing paste.
Darnell said…
Oh, girl, you rocked this one! I am swooning over your amazing jewel colors!! Have a wonderful weekend! Hugs, Darnell
Katie said…
This card is beautiful. The colors are so good together. WOW.
Katie said…
Would you please share which DI colors you used? They look so beautiful together.
Thanks
ktbearn@comcast.net
Kara Lynne said…
Your card is so beautiful! Those colors are gorgeous the way you blended them using your fantastic stencils!
Susanne Vargas said…
Oh, meine Güte, ist diese Karte schön! Die Farben mit dem Gold - einfach wunderbar!
Hast du den Stencil aus Plastik oder Papier geschnitten? Ich habe bei meiner lila Valentinskarte das Herz aus Plastik von einer Verpackung versucht zu schneiden und es ging nicht so gut. Weiss nicht, ob mein Cuttlebug dafür nicht geeignet ist, oder das Plastik nix war. Jedenfalls musst ich alles mit dem Exacto nachschneiden, was furchtbar hart war!
Anita in France said…
Beautiful, Cornelia ... the blending of colours on this fabulous flower is gorgeous ... so rich with the gold! Bon dimanche, mon amie! Anita :)
Kristii said…
Absolutely beautiful!! Love the colors and the pop of gold is fabulous!!
Marcia Hill said…
Eye catching and absolutely stunning card...love it!! :0)
Deepti said…
Fabulous inking :)
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...this is just stunning Cornelia. I love your card, just so striking. Thank you so much for playing along with us at ColourQ, hope to see you again next week.

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