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7 Days 7 sketches - Day 4

Hi everyone,

a quick card - I am still totally exhausted from yesterday....but I had to make that card, after all I really want to do all those 7 sketches for 7 Days 7 sketches....
This one is a busy one - one of those layouts, but I make cards......


As you can see I did not really change much.


But I am really happy with the result and it went really fast. Used my MME paper pad - they had those at Michaels for 50% off.....Had to buy one (ehm two...) Got the colors from Just Add Ink and stayed with that modern vibe.
The die cut and stamp are by Papertrey - Wet Paint and as luck will have it I cut the striped paper just as wide as the sentiment...didn't know I would use it when I cut the paper.



Also linking up with:

Seize the Birthday - no topping for me
Just Add Ink - see picture
Snippets Playground - use a snippet (aqua paint chip and gold die cuts)
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper challenge - use PP



         

Happy stamping!






Comments

Patrice said…
What a modern and funky card you have created, Cornelia. Love the pops of gold on those strong black stripes. Gorgeous. Thanks for joining the fun at Just Add Ink this week. x
conil said…
Sistah, you're just knocking these 7 sketches out of the park. Another fabulous card...love that modern, graphic feel of it.
Sharyn Polesel said…
Very pretty design and colors. Thanks for joining us at Seize the Birthday!
Susanne Vargas said…
Wieder eine echt coole, moderne Karte von dir! Tolle Muster und Farbkombi! Ja, manchmal hat man Glück und schneidet das Papier genauso wie man es braucht (und manchmal auch nicht)...
Vicki Dutcher said…
LOVE the graphic feel of this card-- stripes and gold! Awesome~
Christine Blain said…
I just LOVE how you've placed the sentiment on this card, Cornelia - how fabulous that the "birthday" fits perfectly down the side of the striped paper! The pops of gold look awesome. Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Add Ink this week!
Your card is so trendy: mint, gold foil, bold Petern! Cool effect)
Hannelie said…
I think you did a fabulous job, making a 'complicated' sketch so beautiful CAS!
Thanks for playing at Seize the Birthday!
Tschenny said…
Coole Umsetzung des Sketches! Gefällt mir sehr gut! LG Jenny
papierelle said…
Modern - elegant - edel ... eine perfekte Umsetzung!! (alles andere hätt' mich auch gewundert .. *grins*)
LG Gundi
Flo said…
Klasse!!! Es glänzt und glitzert superedel auf deine Karte!!!
LG Flo
Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE this so much! Just awesome!
Hazel said…
Got your message, Cornelia - don't know why you had a problem, but I've linked your entry - thanks for sharing your crafty for my Patterned Paper June challenge - hope to see you again x
Desire Fourie said…
Such a fun take on the sketch. All the elements work so well together.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}
Di said…
Love it!! Despite the exhaustion :)

Hugs

Di xx
Jodene said…
I love your card, such a striking design and I love the use of the gold. Thanks for joining us at Seize The Birthday :)
cm said…
Busy? Nope...brilliant and beautiful! Love your design and the paper/colour pairings you've made are utterly splendid! I'd have bought two of those paper pads, too, especially at 50% off! Gorgeous card in every way, my friend!
Hugs~c
Anita in France said…
Striking, stunning, trendy and absolutely gorgeous, Cornelia ... love it! Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
Hi Cornelia
again the gold on your card always stunning and love all the strips and that little bday on the edge cute and sweet card Cornelia
Kim Heggins said…
Fabby card Cornelia...love the fabulous touch of gold!

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