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CASEploration at STAMPloration #3

Hi Everyone,
this is my second post already for today - for the House of Cards post scroll down or click HERE

come and CASE with us here at STAMPlorations!

Our guest designer for this month is going to be THE Kimberly Wiener from Wienerhoneymooners! Yeahh! That girl has a lot of energy and a unique card making style! I am sure you all now her and if not - now is a good time for that.

I cased her gorgeous card pretty closely - its hard to improve on that beauty:

I took the single rose bud heat embossed it onto watercolor paper and colored it with distresss inks. The background is also on watercolor paper sprayed partially and colorwashed the rest. I tried it with a paper towel - you kind of can see the imprint on the paper. It has a sublte pattern, which I kind of liked and left it as is. Added Washi tape and the sentiment and two self made enamel dots.

Here is Kim's beauty:

Just gorgeous, right?

In case CASEing gives you trouble - I took the colors and layout and if you hope over to the STAMPlorations blog you'll see all the creative ways the STAMPlorations DT girls have interpreted the card.

Tree Silhouettes - sentiment
Blossom Overture - Feb/March 2015 stamp club set

We invite you to CASE with us and link it up to the CASEplorations gallery, which will be open for a whole month. Everyone is welcome to play using whatever supplies you have on hand. And oh yes, we will randomly draw one winner to win a prize, as well as highlight the best CASEs 

Also linking up with
The Challenge - Anything goes
The Artistic Stamper - Flora and Fauna - went with the Flora here
Stempelkueche - DIY background

Sounds like FUN, right?


papierelle said…
Kaum zu Hause legst Du gleich wieder richtig Lust. Wunderschön und als Schmettifan bevorzuge ich die zweite Karte!!
GLG Gundi
Marianne said…
Gorgeous CASE of an equally wonderful inspiration card.
Susanne Vargas said…
So eine schöne Karte! Ich liebe den Hintergrund!
Deepti said…
Wow this is such a beauty, I love the BG and the idea of blue rose is fabulous :)
Rosmarie said…
Ich finde deine Karte sehr gelungen und sie kann sich ruhig neben das schöne Original stellen! ;)
Vicki Dutcher said…
Amazing! LOVE that water colored rose
Monika Skinner said…
Wow! I do love your two toned BG and the blue rose ... amazing! Have a lovely day! XXX
Anita in France said…
What a stunning blue rose, Cornelia ... there's such a fabulous sense of energy and movement in that awesome orange background! Anita :)
SO LOVING your two tone orange background...EEEEk so lovely with the gorgeous blue rose bud!!!!
So overjoyed joining you and the aweseomely talented other DT members at STAMPlorations! Thank you for having me!!
Thanks for also joining us at The Challenge, love to see you here, PURE JOY!!!
maria f. said…
Yay! You CASEd the mega orange BG! And tried the "kitchen roll" technique too eh? Love how the blue rose holds its own against the bright BG. Hope your trip went well.
Pam said…
Fabulous card and wonderful case of Kim's beauty.
Flo said…
Ooooohhhh!!! Wie schööööön!!!
Liebe Grüße,
Ooooohhh, so pretty!!!!!! Love the blue flower! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Challenge.

Deanne :)
Kim Heggins said…
Stunning cards Cornelia...just love them both!
Shawna said…
Oh my goodness this is awesome eye candy.. I just love orange and turquoise together. Then you put it together with kraft paper ooo-la-la!! thank you so much for sharing your talent..
cm said…
Your blue rose on the orange is a marvelous transformation of Kimberly's inspiration! Incredibly stunning...
Monika Reeck said…
Your CASE ing Kimberly card so adorable Dear Cornelia Love that flower in blue and love the orange like you painted it
wie geht es dir
sooo lange her ich habe dich nicht mehr gesehen bei meinem Blog
normally ich bekomme deine Besuch wenn dass HOC post ist..aber ich denke du bist so busy stimmt..vermisse deine commentar Cornelia..hoffentlich hast du Zeit meine Birthday Linky party teilzunehmen hier ist die Link:

Liebe Gruesse aus Munich
Gorgeous card!!
Thanks so much for joining us at Artistic stamper this month.
nancy littrell said…
Gorgeous Cornelia! I love your watercolored and sprayed background for your beautiful r poo see. TFS
SonjaK said…
Wow, eine Karte wie gemacht für meine neue Sonnenbrille! ;o) Der leuchtende Hintergrund ist richtig klasse. Danke, dass du auch dieses tolle Werk bei der Stempelküche-Challenge verlinkt hast.
Ela said…
Die Karte ist toll geworden, gefällt mir super!

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