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Happy Thursday everyone!

The whole time I wanted to make a card for the current Inkspirational challenge - its NEON colors - just my thing! Finally I had an idea.......actually was inspired my Maria Fischer from Rieslingmama, who a while ago made some super cool cards. Can't really find the one I am looking for, but THOSE and THOSE are similar



Took a snippet of glossy card stock and inked it up with Hero Arts Neon inks and then die cut the HELLO. Heat embossed the sentiment - both the die and the stamp are by Lil Inkers. Lastly added some sequins from the same left over card stock - die by MFT and rounded the corners. 


Isn't that sentiment hilarious? I magnified it for you, so you can actually read it:


Also linking up with
 the Snippets Playground - use a snippet

Edited and linking up with The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers - just kidding



Comments

Flo said…
Wow!!! Die Farben knallen richtig!!!
LG Flo
Sarn said…
BRILLIANT . . . so striking xxx
Di said…
Oh Cornelia - this is terrific! I did a double take until I read the one you enlarged :) And of course, a fabulous card too!

Hugs

Di xx
sandie said…
Love it Cornelia, the neon sure it super neon!! Just jumled out of the gallery. Looks so much like neon flashing lights. Thanks for joinig Ink
Susanne Vargas said…
Die Farben leuchten so schön auf dem schwarzen Hintergrund! Hoffentlich hat der Empfänger gute Augen und liest nicht nur schnell drüber! ;)
Rosmarie said…
Wow, diese leuchtenden Neonfarben ziehen den Blick wie ein Magnet auf sich! Genial!! - Auf den Schriftzug mußte ich aber auch zweimal gucken...
Kara Lynne said…
I love that neon rainbow of colors! That sentiment is so fun! This is just an all around wonderful card!
Deepti said…
This neon card rocks! Love it
Kim Heggins said…
Fabulous card...just fabulous and I love that sweet sentiment.
cm said…
Love the neon hello, love the neon hello with black, love the neon hello, black and the oh-too-funny sentiment. All this added up: love your card! Thanks for sharing in the INK gallery!
Hugs~c
Pam said…
Love this! Fabulous neon.
Anita in France said…
Stunning, Cornelia ... love those vibrant neons against the black ... so striking! Anita :)
Yvonne Garner said…
Fabulous design work! Perfect for our challenge. Thanks for sharing at Inkspirational!
Donna said…
Fab sentiment! Perfect for our "J is for Just Kidding" challenge! Thanks for joining the sisterhood of snarky stampers!!
Love the sentiment. It is great. Thanks for joining us at Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers.
Karen Schroeder said…
Love the cool effect on the hello! Awesome card and sentiment! Thanks for joining in the fun with the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
Chris Dring said…
Love this card! The neon rainbow hello with that funny sentiment is awesome! Thanks for joining us at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
Monika Reeck said…
FUNTASTIC
adorable and magnificant Cornelia
congrats on being top picks at Inkspirational you deserve it and I will case ing this one day..I adore the color against the black...coool idea and funtastic result...hugs, Monika
PS: hope you join my bday linky party and many thaaankss your purple card is arrive today...danke danke danke..will posting soon Cornelia...what an adorable all in purple card with chevron you made...luv it..
Vicki Dutcher said…
Congrats on your Inpspirational WIN -- awesome card- those neons are fabulous
Lindsey said…
Love the neon colours -- they pop perfectly against the black. Love the embossed sentiment, too. Thanks for making us laugh at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

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