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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Shades of Grey and Spotlight on Bold florals

I discovered a new challenge blog - I think its called My SCRAP-RU - its a Russian blog (don't understand a work of Russian...) and the DT is amazing! Their challenge is 50 Shades of Grey. I did not read the book - I only read the reviews on amazon and that was enough for me, but the challenge certainly appeals to me, so I HAD to play!



I used one of my new Patti Parrish stencils by iStencil - its called Pac Man infinity - alone the name makes you wanna buy it, LOL!

8X10 PTP-020 PacMan Infinity stencil image

and since I was in a silly mood I gave it two googly eyes. The sentiment is by Papertrey.


And then I thought I can just use one of those Pac Man columns and added those tiny hearts.






And as luck will have it - 
Less is More is also having a fitting challenge I am going to link up with - its predominantly Black!
also linking with
Operation Write Home - masculine cards

And as usual for a Tuesday - I have something else for you - my STAMPlorations Spotlight post:



I am linking this card with 
Create Something Catchy - Anything goes


 You can read about the whole process at STAMPlorations and see my tutorial.




14 comments:

cm said...

Your Pac-Man stencils card are simply too much fun; the googly eyes are hilarious! Brilliant way to use shades of grey (I agree about the book; the reviews were enough!). Your STAMPlorations beauty...happy sigh! Heading off to your tutorial right now!
Hugs~c

Kara Lynne said...

What a great stencil to use for shading! I love the googly eyes! Your Stamplorations card is gorgeous!

Becca Cruger said...

Those Pacman cards are so graphic and cool. And I love the glitter on your awesome bloom!

cheiron said...

Great cards! I especially love the stencil one with the shading. Thank you so much for playing along with us this week over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge :)

Neha said...

Love your take on challenge! Those googly eyes are just superb. The floral card is pretty too!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Way to do gray! Looks fun and fabulous all at the same time! :) Love the beaded flower for sure!

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Your cards are always full of superb inspiration Cornelia and it's this post is shouting FABULOUS inspiration all the way. Loving that super cool sentiment in the first cards and thrilled you've linked up at Less is More - a perfect take on the challenge.
Do love the coloured floral card too which is simple feminine elegance.
Thanks as always for playing along.
Sarah
Less is More

Kathyk said...

In the words of Buzz Lightyear . you've taken this "to infinity and beyond"!!!

This is simply super

Kathyk

Chrissie said...

What great cards for our predominantly black challenge!
These are stunning!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Monika Reeck said...

Wooohooo clever card
I love both your packman card
the second one sweet with heart the first one clever made.....you really queen of Stencil Miss Cornelia
and I adore the Stamplorations card too
love that sentiment in that colors drei verschiedene gruen
clever post and LOVE ALL YOUR CARDS sweety..
big hugs, Monika

Loll said...

Your first card is so creative and fun!! :)

Love the bold colours and design of your second card. The microbeads give it lots of sparkle --- so pretty! xx

Наташа Турова said...

Very original!great cards:)
My-Scrap.ru

Daria G. said...

Very funny cards :)))) Thanks so much for playing with us at My-Scrap.ru :) We definitely should put at least a google translator button :))) I love those googly eyes - and such a clever use of grey )))

Anita in France said...

Brilliant, Cornelia ... those pacman cards with the googly eyes are just so much fun ... and so wonderfully cool and graphic! Gorgeous bloom ... the shimmer and texture is stunning! Anita :)