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STAMPlorations Inspiration March #2

Hi Everyone, its INSPIRATION day again at STAMPlorations

The DT girls made some beautiful cards to entice you playing with your stamps or stencils - STAMPlorations or otherwise.....  and  in case you don't know the flash linky party is still open until tomorrow to link up any stencil projects you have - not sure where to go? Click HERE


I used that gorgeous Leaf prints stencil again - it has so many uses - you may have already seen that in the stencil blog hop we had at the beginning of this week. I just did some lighter and heavier sponging of one leaf using distress inks. Stamped the 'happy" and heat embossed the BIRTHDAY onto black paper. A little nest of silver thread and two enamel dots - quick and easy!

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SENTIMENT BUILDERS: Happy



So, if you are up for it - CASE my card or any other card and link it up HERE over at STAMPlorations. The InLinkz gallery  will be open until the 5th of April - gives you plenty of time! One winner will be randomly drawn from all entries to win a $15 gift certificate or their choice of any 2 ARTplorations stencils.

Happy CASEing!

And as suggested by Carol - I am linking it up with  CASology
Also linking this card with Simon Says Monday challenge - B is for ...birthday card

Simon Monday Challenge Blog






Comments

Shery Russ said…
You are awesome with that stencil, Cornelia! Lovin' the bright, spring colors you used!
Vicki Dutcher said…
Gorgeous rainbow colors! Love it with the black
Peanut said…
That leaf stencil is so versatile. All sorts of design possibilities by just switching colours. Love the simple elegance of your card. Have a fab weekend.
hugs, Asha
joy said…
Another beautiful card using that stencil, Cornelia! Love these colors.
Monika Reeck said…
AWESOME Cornelia
love all the twine the idea of overlaping that stencil the color and the sentiment..you are so great at color combo

and did you get my mail?
I said to you thank you for the lovely big doll stamp you brought me at 2013 and I just inked it at 2015 :) and many thanks too for the PTI stamp it was a great choice that your sister brought that stamp to Germany (many many thanks Cornelia) I wish you like to see the card I made with the supply sent from you :) but I know you are busy :) (many assignment hehe)...I have seen you at Asha blog too...I knew her since we join Make it Monday and she always visiting me back...she is a sweet lady like you..hope to see you again Cornelia
hugs, Monika
cm said…
My leaf stencil had its first workout today and oh yes...wonderful! Your colourful leaves here: gorgeous! Love this card. Now, you are taking it over to CASology, for the tropical theme, right? Go on...I'll be looking for it!
Hugs~c
Loll said…
Love the colours of your stenciled leaves. Awesome card Cornelia! Loll xx
papierelle said…
Das ist ja eine tolle Schablone, ich mag Schablonen total gerne, kann man so vielfältig einsetzen, wie auch Du mit Deiner Karte beweist. Wunderschön und tolle Farbwahl!!
LG Gundi
PS: Ah die Fische sind angekommen, hattet Ihr Tauwetter?? ..*lach*
Freue mich, das sie Dir auch in natura gut gefällt.
Sarah G said…
I love your creations with this stencil, Cornelia - this one is so vibrant. Love the way you have overlapped the leaves. Such a cool look :)
Kara Lynne said…
Your stenciled leaves are so bright and gorgeous! I love how they overlap and work with the wonderful sentiment!
Kristie Goulet said…
Gorgeous, Cornelia! Love these colors together!
Susanne Vargas said…
So schöne Farben! Toll, wie du die Wörter schräg angebracht hast!
Joyce said…
Your card is so bright and pretty. Love those bold stencilled leaves. You have just put that fabulous stencil on my wish list. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week, and I hope to see you back here soon.
Tracey McNeely said…
Cornelia this is fantastic! I LOVE your stenciling and the thread nest!! Thank you for sharing at CASology!
Anita in France said…
Bright, vibrant, gorgeous, Cornelia ... that delicate silver nest is so fab against the yummy colours! Anita :)
Emma Williams said…
Wonderful use of stencils and such a beautiful card! Thank you so much for sharing your project and for joining us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! :)
Suzanne C said…
What happy colors and they look fantastic layered. Lovely graphic design & card! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!
Kim Heggins said…
I LOVE THIS CARD! Need this stencil too, you are just amazing.
Dorothy S said…
So pretty! This is my choice for the latest CASE at Stamplorations.

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