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Pink Smile

Hi Everyone,

Here is the second card I made with my iStencil supplies - I promised you to do more with that fabulous stripe stencil, that has to be the most versatile ever. I made prior cards with it, you can see them HERE and HERE



You can create beautiful ombre papers with it and it it super easy!

6x6 PTP-072 stripes stencil image


My supplies are by:
Lil' Inkers - smile die
 Papertrey - the squiggle and sentiment
Washi tape and enamel arrow



Linking up with:
Lil' Inkers - monthly meet-up
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - favorite technique/product - stencils
Virginia's view - ombre
Seize the birthday - anything birthday - no topping for me...
June Challenge: Ombre/MonochromaticSimon Wednesday Challenge Blog


Comments

conil said…
That's another stellar color combo, especially, with the neon pink sentiment on black. Beautifully embellished, as only you can do.
Skye said…
A lovely, stylish card. Great colour combo.
Desire Fourie said…
Absolutely gorgeous Cornelia. Loving the pink, black and grey.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}
Anni said…
Aaah, tolle Karte! Ich liebe jede Form von Ombré Effekten und dieser ist besonders schön!
Anni
Manuela said…
wieder super Karten, der Streifenhintergrund ist klasse die Farbkombi auch
Pam said…
Another fab card. Love what you do with that stencil!
Vicki Dutcher said…
SO FABULOUS! Love the color combo!
shirley-bee said…
This is fabulous, Cornelia! I love how you've done the sentiment panel - very 'graphic design'!
Shawna said…
Oooooo, AAAHHHHH, OOOOhhhh! what a great card!! So deliciously graphic!! I love the stripes and the silver scribble is just the touch it needed... All I have to say.... is..... WOW!!
Kim Heggins said…
Ohhhhhhh...so pretty in pink! Just love this card, so amazing!
Monika Reeck said…
another GENIAL Karte
love that bright pink and that cute DIES
lovely color combo pink and grey
I am so busy was Summer party bei meiner Sohn Hort
also wenig Zeit zum Karten basteln und zum Blog hop
aber du bist immer in my Heart
hugs
Monika
Teresa Kline said…
hello Cornelia! this is awesome, fabulous style and colors! I am so glad you joined us for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

sparkle & shine *~*
Anita in France said…
That pink and grey ombré colour combo is a stunner, Cornelia ... and I love the vibrant sentiment and that shimmery shiny scribbled circle ... just gorgeous! Anita :)
Shona Chambers said…
You've inspired me to get out my stripey stencil and give it another try. This is such a brilliant card and love the ombre from pink to grey, such a gorgeous colour combo. Another fabulous design!!
Nancy said…
Sensational card Cornelia! I Really love the graphic feel and the bold colors!!!! Thanks for taking the time to join us at Seize the Birthday we sure do appreciate it!
JoAnn said…
What a great background you created with that stencil. love the colors and the scribble flower. Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday.
cm said…
Oh my...dazzling! Absolutely dazzling! This is one of those fun, yet classy cards that has me giddy with delight. Another swoon-inducer...You and that stencil are a charming pair!
Hugs~c

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