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Addicted to Stamps and More #140

Hi Everyone,

Its challenge time at ATSM! For the next two weeks we have a gorgeous photo inspiration for you:


Here is my card:



I used this antiqued mirror designer paper, that I once got dirt cheap at Michaels and it needs to be used one of those days....smeared embossing paste on it, using that fun ARTPlorations Stencil - Shutters and let it dry. The rose is by STAMPlorations from the set Blossom Overture. I water colored it and fuzzy cut it and mounted it on foam tape. the sentiment is also by STAMPlorations from the new set Fond Expressions

Our wonderful sponsor for this challenge is

The winner will get 7 digi stamps

Here is another view of my card - its a little tricky to photograph, because of the silver surface.


Come on and play with us and check out all the fabulous card by our wonderful DT!

Linking up with 
Craft Stamper - Color
Snippets Playground - use a snippet  - the rose and the sentiment strip


Take It, Make It Challenge

Comments

*Vicki* said…
Stunner!! That background looks quite amazing and I love the pop of color with the flower!! Awesome take on the photo!! ;)
Shery Russ said…
WOW! This is stunning, Cornelia!
Deborah Frings said…
Oh wow! I love the shine of the background and the texture too. The pink rose really pops against the background. Great card. xx
Kara Lynne said…
You made the coolest background! I mean amazing! This is a fantastic card!
Susanne Vargas said…
Ha, das Papier habe ich auch (Geschenk von einer Freundin)! Ich habe es auch noch nie benützt... Wäre wahrscheinlich nie auf die Idee gekommen, darauf zu stencillen - danke für die Idee!
sandie said…
This is so clever, what a cool idea, great texture and the flower softens the card x
Di said…
Wow Cornelia - what a totally stunning card. I adore the background - and the flower plus sentiment are just so perfect!

Hugs

Di xx
Marianne said…
Gorgeous card! Love that background and your water coloured rose adds just the perfect pop of colour!
Lilian said…
Beautiful!!! Love this card!!!
Ela said…
Fantastisch, die Rose ist perfekt zu dem Hintergrund...
LG
Ela
Flo said…
Ohhhh!!!! Soooo schön!!! mit viel Silber!!! Wunderbar.
LG Flo
Pam said…
Wow! That background is stunning! This is one beautiful card.
Kristie Goulet said…
That is an awesome background. Great card!
Sue said…
Such a fabulous background! Looks great with your lovely rose.
Tanja said…
der Hintergrund sieht ja super aus
Lee-Anne said…
Wow! Absolutely amazing take on the inspiration photo, Cornelia! Wow...just Wow!!!
Julie B said…
Love love love!
Thought you had found out how to create the distress mirror effect but it was the opposite way you used the stencil.
What can I say Cornelia love the rose too. :)
Barb Ghig said…
Oh my gosh, this is absolutely gorgeous, Cornelia! I love all the silver in the background and your rose is stunning! You did an amazing job with this photo inspiration...Love it!
Neets B said…
Genius idea to use paste over the metallic card. And the pop of pink just makes it, gorgeous!
cm said…
OMG! Once again, you've bedazzled me with your always creative, innovative takes! Your translation of the flower reflected in the mirror into a card is nothing short of jaw-dropping awesome! Brilliant and ingenious! Love this!
Hugs~c
Anita in France said…
What a striking background, Cornelia ... the shimmer and shine is amazing ... and fabulous with that gorgeous rose! Anita :)
Sazzle Dazzle said…
You never cease to amaze with your cards Cornelia, always something awesome, inspiring and wonderful. Don't know where you get these ideas - your brain must be buzzing ... simply can't keep up! Hugs x
Dana said…
Wow!! This is stunning! I love the background and the flower!!
Unknown said…
This looks as though it may have taken a while but I have to say it was worth it, stunning!
maria f. said…
Why does this word come to mind... "geil". Imagine it said in a 16 year old's voice ;)
Shona Chambers said…
Absolutely stunning and that paper was just waiting for this challenge to be used! Love all the shimmer and the rose stamp is amazing!
Karen M said…
Wow Cornelia - your card looks stunning - love it! xx
Deepti said…
Wow ! Love this beauty... I am speechless
Anonymous said…
This is so cool! I love the background.
Linda said…
WOW! The background looks amazing and I love the splash of colour. Thank you for joining in with the Craft Stamper challenge ..good luck! Linda xx
Ellie Knol said…
Gorgeous … I love the bright colours, thanks for joining in with us at the Take It Make It challenge. xxx Ellie xxx

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