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Neon Hello

Hi,

you may have seen my first Neon Hello card (if not you can see it HERE). Now I was not throwing out that negative die cut, but kept it to make a second card:



And again, that sentiment is from that fun Lil Inkers set called Fine Print - I just love it!!!! You gotta look carefully here... Added some sequins and rounded the corners.




Linking up with:
Lil' Inkers Monthly Meet-up
Bizzy Bec's April challenge - anything goes


Comments

Flo said…
Hast du denn gesehen, dass deine erste Neonkarte gewonnen hat???
herzlichen Glückwunsch!!!
LG Flo
Julie B said…
Waste not want not, especially as your die cut was top pick at Ink, congrats by the way. Another fab card. :)
Tanja said…
super - das "Positiv" war ja schon ein Gewinner
Laura Pryor said…
This is so bold and so bright! I love that you used the negative cut. And I really like the combination of greetings you used here. They really work together! Thank you so very much for playing along at our Monthly Meetup Challenge!
Monika Reeck said…
clever way to save the negative Cornelia and this is also stunning like the other neon card
and the other neon card is one of the top picks at Inkspirational you are rock girl...congrats on your win..hugs, Monika
This is fabulous, Cornelia! Love that neon!
LisaH said…
Awesome colors against that black background! You really rocked those Lil' Inker dies and stamps!
Cornellia, the card is gorgeous, you know that! But sequins! They are so cool, and colors....
sandie said…
Loved the first neon card and this one more! Congrats on getting top picks at Ink, you sure got my vote xx
Unknown said…
Love the colors!! Beautiful!
Shawna said…
This card just cracks me up! The sentiment could not be more perfect for the bright colors and fun design your card has to offer.. I just love it! Thank you sharing your amazing card! And congratulations on your win! Well deserved!
Kim Heggins said…
Funny...funny card! Love the brilliant colors too, fabulous my dear friend!
Anonymous said…
Isn't it fab! I too think of saving the negative space when I do die-cutting,, but somehow, I think I haven't made any card out of them at all - I always end up throwing them away!!! Its great to see a card made using a saved piece like that - especially when it looks sooo good!! :)
- Ashwini
Suchi said…
LOVE this card!!! It is so funny and cute! Haha:)
Suchi xx
Shona Chambers said…
I won those Lil' Inker stamps the other week and haven't had a chance to use them yet. They are so clever and hilarious and the kids have already used them to make cards for their friends!! So glad you didn't throw away the negative of your brilliant Neon card. This looks equally as impressive and totally rocks that sentiment!
Shona Chambers said…
And I just read somewhere that its your birthday......I hope you had a happy, happy day and ate lots of cake!!
Anita in France said…
I recall that first card, Cornelia ... this is equally stunning! Anita :)

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