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STAMPlorations Inspiration Project #23

Hi Everyone, its INSPIRATION day again at STAMPlorations

Again our wonderful DT made some beautiful cards to entice you playing with your stamps or stencils - STAMPlorations or otherwise. And perhaps I can also inspire you to play along with us!

I used the large brushstroke stamp and two different blue tones - the lightest color is the second stamp off the adjacent darker one. The poinsettia I stamped on vellum and heat embossed it. I fuzzy cut it , added silver thread and sequins.

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So, if you are up for it - CASE my card or any other card and link it up HERE over at STAMPlorations. The InLinkz gallery  will be open until the 5th of July - gives you plenty of time! One winner will be randomly drawn from all entries to win a $15 gift certificate or their choice of any 2 ARTplorations stencils.

Linking up with:


this beautiful inspiration card is by Betty Wright


Happy stamping!

Comments

Vicki Dutcher said…
Awesome take! Looks so good in the blues!
Lee-Anne said…
Love these fabulous artsy Christmas designs!
conil said…
look at you getting your Christmas cards done early...this one is definitely a winner. The poinsettia is gorgeous over the swooshy stamping.
hellerlittle said…
eine Perfekte Karte !!!
Ich liebe Blautöne zur Weihnachtszeit ;o)
und die Leichtigkeit durch das Vellum .... grandios
LG hellerlittle
shirley-bee said…
Gorgeous card! The brushstroke stamp makes a wonderful background for that beautiful poinsettia.
Michelle said…
Beautiful! That poinsettia is gorgeous!
Kristie Goulet said…
So gorgeous, Cornelia! Love the poinsettia!
Tenia Nelson said…
Oh.....you won something on the Unity Stamps Blog!! :)
http://www.theunitystampco.blogspot.com/2015/06/time-for-winners_22.html
This is gorgeous! I love the brushstrokes behind the poinsettia!
Pam said…
Gorgeous card! Love the blues. The poinsettia on vellum is brilliant - so pretty!
Betty Wright said…
This is beautiful! I love the vellum embossed poinsettia! Wonderful Christmas card! Thanks so much for joining us at MCV!
Ardyth said…
I love the look of the embossed vellum - so delicate and yet such an eye-catcher! So glad you joined us at MCV this week, Cornelia!
Margaret said…
A beautiful card - great take on the Muse card.
Kim Heggins said…
This is absolutely gorgeous Cornelia...love that beautiful poinsettia!
Monika Reeck said…
wooooww I love how you used that stamp set from Stamplorations you are so clever Cornelia if me I am having no idea to do like you made
clever card love that poinseta in white elegant!!
Anita in France said…
Beautiful poinsettia, Cornelia ... fabulous embossed in white on the delicate vellum ... and gorgeous against all that yummy blue! Anita :)
ionabunny said…
So pretty. You have been CASEd LOL http://craftynomad.blogspot.no/2015/06/merry-and-bright.html Hugz
cm said…
Yep...another dazzler! I have the poinsettia - but didn't have a chance to use it last Christmas because of the 'situation', however, your showcase here has me wanting to dig it out and play! The blue background...so eye-catching. More oohing and ahhing...
Hugs~c

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