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DAY 3 Stamp Release Spotlight Week - NOTEWORTHY

Hi Everyone,


welcome to the third day of our  STAMPlorations blog hop! I hope you had fun yesterday! If not, you'll have plenty of time to catch up and leave your comments - it increased your chances to WIN!
We have 5 new stamp sets to entice you with:



Today we are featuring NOTEWORTHY . Another sentiment only set with cool fonts and timeless sentiments. You can use that for the rest of your stamping life and never get tired of it!

Noteworthy-preview

I paired my card up with an ARTplorations stencil, which I first sponged in yellow on watercolor paper and them spread clear embossing paste on it.

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After the paste dried I sponged with distress inks and added some water droplets. Did the same with the sentiment round and heat embossed the sentiment in white. The die cut vellum star behind it is from Papertrey.




Check out what the rest of the team made! You'll find links to all our projects here.

Stops on the hop:

Darnell - our amazing fun and immensely creative Guest Designer
Cornelia - that's me
Vicki

Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog

Happy hopping everyone!


Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
Cool, wie du den sternigen Hintergrund gemacht hast! Muss ich auch mal ausprobieren...
New Creations said…
What a dreamy look, love the clear embossing paste effect over sponging and sentiment with the placing of vellum star!
Flo said…
Oooh Neid!!! Hast du einen tollen Farbverlauf hingekriegt!!! Das schaffe ich NIE!!!
LG Flo
Deepti said…
Gorgeous use of the stencil, Love the technique and the results :)
Craftychris said…
Out of this world! Fabulous! xxx
KT Fit Kitty said…
Gorgeous card! Love this stencil!
Jerrie said…
Love all the colors!! It is neat to see how you worked the pink in the top of the card and brought it into the sentiment area.
Dana M said…
What a great card! I love the colors and you achieve so much depth with the texture and colors.
Dana M said…
What a great card Cornelia! I love the colors and the amazing depth you created with the texture and colors.
conil said…
Amazing color blending. Just lovely with all those wonderful stars.
Cornelia, I think you got the most from the stencil. Very clever technique to use clear embossing paste to keep the yellow color. Gorgeous card!
Darnell said…
This is capital V, Vibrant, Cornelia!! How fun to make a big star for the star sediment over top of the star stencil!! The colors are amazing!! Hugs, Darnell
Ann said…
Wonderful card, love how you used the fun bright colors and the star stencil with this new sentiment. It is a lovely new stamp set too. Thank you for stopping by my blog, it was a pleasant surprise. Have a great day.
Monika Reeck said…
love all the star here
so fun and happy color love that yellow star so bright my friend
HAPPY BELATED BDAY
I am sorry I remember it was 19 April sweety
I sent you a purple card hope it comes soon to your addy...
hope you will like it Cornelia
schoenen Tag dir
LG
Monika
maria f. said…
Lovin' that DI BG.
Another great sentiment set and I love the star card you created too! So bright and cheery!
Anita in France said…
Awesome background, Cornelia ... truly a 'Starry Starry Night'! Anita :)
Love the design of your card. That star layer is awesome. TFS
Becca Cruger said…
Hello Cornelia! Happy belated birthday! I'm sorry I missed it! Just popping by to tell you that your card is out of this world! Those sheeny stars are just amazing!
Monika Skinner said…
Love this modern,funky fun look, Cornelia! Fab card. Hugs xxx
BożenA said…
Great colors, stencil is beautiful. And I really like drops of water on a background.
Regards,
Bozena
TangledBlueRose said…
So beautiful, I love the bright stars and perfect sentiment!~kim
Julie B said…
Fab card Cornelia, love the twinley star panel and the subtle vellum star. :)
D.Ann C said…
Love the uneven white space!
So cool Cornelia! I LOVE that vellum star too! Hazel xx
pcm said…
love those sentiments!
Suchi said…
Such a cool color combination and stars are my favorite! Stunning card ! :)
Maria this is a stunner - love your colours and the texture with the water splashes.
Blessings
Maxine
Pam said…
Fab stencil & I love these sentiments. Great card. xoxo
SD pooja said…
loved the bold stary panel a lot !
shirley-bee said…
Gorgeous - love that background effect and the vellum star.
cm said…
Gorgeous, my friend...the stars, the colours, the star behind the sentiment..the works! Another dazzling delight!
Hugs~c
joy said…
Really pretty card - love this new release!!
Brandi R said…
Gorgeous colors! Love this card ♥
ionabunny said…
Love the bright stenciled panel. Fun card. Hugz
That's is super fab stencil; loving the stars on your card. So stunning! TFS Maria :)
Dee Earnshaw said…
Love the vibrancy of this card:)

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