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Addicted to Stamps and More #144

Hi Everyone,

Its challenge time at ATSMFor the next two weeks our theme is CAS - one of my personal favorites, but I am sure you all know this by now......


Made a one layer card - I love to make those. My stamps are by Alexandra Renke (Chinese Lanterns) and Avery Elle (sentiment). Colored with Copics and added Wink of Stella to the red berries. Those tiny sequins I got in Germany - have not seen them here.

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Linking up with:

One layer simplicity challenge - blossom - well, a Chinese Lantern is the result of a blossom.....perhaps it will qualify, since I have never seen a seed challenge in my blogging life...
Stempelkueche - Floral
Little Tangles - CAS

Come and check out all the amazing inspiration cards form our talented DT and I hope to see you at ATSM!

Comments

Lee Ann Barrett said…
Wow! Wow! Wow! This has got to be one of the most striking cards I have ever seen, Cornelia! So exceptional! Off to find that stamp!
*Vicki* said…
So very stunning Cornelia!! Love the red with the shimmer and your added gems too!! Brilliant one layer!! :)
Lee-Anne said…
Stunning, amazing...WOW! I am in love with those lanterns and how you've colored them! LOVE this!!!
Heather said…
Those lanterns are stunning. The shimmer you have achieved in red is gorgeous.
Deepti said…
The shine that you achieved here is just jaw dropping....
Rahmat said…
I was drooling over this card ever-since I saw it on the admin blog, what a lovely card Cornelia!
Wei Wei said…
Stunning one-layer card! Love it!
Suchi said…
Gorgeous card Cornelia! Those laterns are perfect! :)
Hugs,
Suchi xx
sandie said…
Such am unusual stamp and used to perfectiom, as always x
hellerlittle said…
PERFEKT !!!!
eine ganz tolle Gestaltung und coloration...
LG hellerlittle
Kim M said…
Oh. My. Gosh. That is amazing! Your card is gorgeous! I just love that stamp! I must have it! My mom used to have a chinese lantern plant when I was a kid and she'd replant one wherever we would move to (military brat). I loved it. You have coloured it so fantastically too! Awesome, Cornelia! :-)
Großartig ;)))
GlG Elisabeth
Ela said…
Wow toll! Wunderschönes Design!
LG
Ela
Tanja said…
toller Stempel - tolle Karte
Flo said…
diese elegante Karte ist DER Hammer, so was tolles habe ich noch nirgends gesehen!!! Einfach superklasse!!!
LG Flo
Pam said…
Wow! This is amazing.
SonjaK said…
Klasse! Die Karte passt wirklich hervorragend zum Thema bei der STempelküche-Challenge. Ich freu mich, dass du mitgemacht hast. Der Stempel ist wirklich außergewöhnlich und deine Koloration ganz hervorragend.
Julie B said…
What an unusual stamp, love it. Think you are right about the seed head challenge! :)
Rosmarie said…
Diese Stemplelchen sind herrlich schön und du hast sie perfekt benutzt!!
conil said…
WOW! If this doesn't qualify, send it to me because I LOVE IT! Yoou certainly have CAS down pat.
cm said…
Cornelia, breath-taken-away with this striking, stunning card! Those intricate lanterns are gorgeous; the red berries and tiny sequins are perfect! In awe...
Hugs~c
Kim Heggins said…
AMAZING!!!! Is there anything you can not do???
Deborah Frings said…
Wow! This is absolutely stunning. I love the image and your colouring is fantastic. Great card xx
Stempelomi said…
traumhaft schön! Danke für deine Teilnahme an der Stempelküche-challenge. LG,Beate
LesLee said…
This card is amazing.... WOW! is all I can say
Dana said…
Wow!!! Jaw dropping gorgeous!!
Shona Chambers said…
Cornelia, this is spectacular! A lot of people have these plants in their gardens here and I recognised them straight away on your card. The images are so delicate and intricate yet bold. An incredible card that only you could accomplish!!
Barb Ghig said…
Absolutely GORGEOUS card, Cornelia! These lanterns are so beautiful and your details are perfect...Stunning work, as always!
Anita in France said…
Thud ... clunk! Sound of jaw hitting desk and then careering onto the floor! Wow, Cornelia, this is truly something special ... striking, beautiful and with such amazing depth and sense of dimension! Awesome best describes it!! Anita :)
Karen M said…
Your card is stunning Cornelia and I love your design:) xx
Neets B said…
This is beautiful, such a wonderful one layer card! Loving those tiny sequins too xx
Monika Reeck said…
how funtastic your flower Cornelia I love that chinese Laterns being flowers...clever idea and look so adorable CAS Cornelia..
I just moving around my blogland friend
was tooo busy mit kinder
hope you like to visiting me back Cornelia..I knew you must be busy too but I wanna say I miss your encouragement schatzy :)
hugs, Monika
Cornelia, what a fun idea to use the lantern-fruits in flower-challenges!
I like them very much!
Thanks for joining in to the Stempelküche-Challenge #19 Floral.
Heather Ruwe said…
gorgeous. thanks so much for playing along in the little tangles challenge.
Karin said…
Beautiful card ! I saw that your card has been selected by OLS , congratulations!
Karin

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