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Super Day

Hi Everyone,
I have two cards for you today.
I have not played with Paper Smooches in a while - too busy with other schtuff, but it is time again!

I really liked the inspiration picture and tried to match it in my card. I used the set SUPER and heat embossed the cityscape in white. Sponged around it. Did the same with the sentiment. The car is also heat embossed and fuzzy cut. Die cut the panel with a Simon Says nesting die. Added some Bakers twine and used some colored paper as a frame. 
What do you think - did I capture it?

Here is a side view and you see the shininess of the embossed skyscrapers:

I am also linking this card with 
Make My Monday - embossing


And now for my second card: 
Made that for the Little Tangles challenge.

I finally managed to buy that cute stamp set - for once it was not sold out......

I made the pink strip with water color. Colored the cats with Copics and fuzzy cut them and the ball. Added Bakers Twine. the cats are mounted with foam tape.
That is the sketch;

I am also linking up this card with:
Snippets Playground - use a snippet

Happy Meow Day to all of you!


Unknown said…
Both cards are wonderful, I particularly like the way you have the gradient on the sky in the top card.
Tenia Nelson said…
Wonderful cards, Miss Lady!!
jimlynn said…
BOTH of these are wonderful! I love the second one as it's so fun with those little kitties. Just precious!
Marina said…
I think I would have missed the yellow in the original photo but it looks fabulous splashed against blue and white on your card. The embossing really makes a difference. Thank you for joining us at Make My Monday. Marina DT
Lori said…
What great designs! Love your use of emboss resist on your skyline card. Thanks for joining us at Paper Smooches SPARKS!
Flo said…
Das Puppenhaus so zu interpretieren - darauf muss man erst einmal kommen!!
Aber es gefällt mir sehr gut.
Die Katzenkarte ist super. Ich habe ein dickes Grinsen im Gesicht, denn so sind diese Pelztiere!!!
Liebe Grüße,
conil said…
Dumb-struck, that's all, just dumb-struck. You nailed the inspiration piece in the first card and the second card is simply brilliant and completely charming. You're truly amazing.
Kim Heggins said…
Two totally super cards Cornelia...just love them both but your super hero card is over the top fabulous!!! So impressed.
Deepti said…
These are super cute ! Love the city scene :)
Di said…
I love both cards Cornelia! You sure captured the inspiration perfectly with the city scene - and the kitties are so darling, with the yarn too (great touch!)


Di xx
LesleyG said…
Fabulous interpretations, I love the soft colours of the city scape, and the kitty's playing is such fun! Xxx
Anita in France said…
Yep, you captured it beautifully, Cornelia ... the soft sky around the shiny city scape is just lovely! Brilliant take on the N&T sketch ... those playful cats are such fun! Anita :)
Kreativelena said…
Adorable cats, and a great card :-)
Monika Reeck said…
Lovely use that inspiratin Photo
and cool color blue and yellow I guess this is manly card right
love it much Cornelia
the second card ui ui so suuueeessss Love the pink and the yarn there
soo cute card for this post
I love it!!
Rosmarie said…
Du bist die Queen wenn es darum geht, Inspiration Fotos und Sketche umzusetzen!!
Larissa Heskett said…
I LOVE this FUN Card!! Such a GREAT Take on the Challenge Photo too!! =) I LOVE the way you used the Color to define the Stamped and Embossed Images!! THANKS SO MUCH for joining us on the Paper Smooches SPARKS Challenge Blog and I hope you'll join us again this week!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! HUGS!! =) P.S your other Card is AMAZING as Well!! I LOVE how you created your Design and I agree you used the RIGHT Colors!! Well DONE!! THANKS for sharing!! =)
cm said…
Two delights, Cornelia! Your PS card is a charming translation of the inspiration photo - and a reminder that my PS products haven't been receiving much attention of late, either! Your kittens...just a ball of fun, those two! Super sweet; super creative, both!
Betty said…
Die Katzen, die mit dem Wollknäul spielen, sind ja sowas von süß. Super gelungene Umsetzung des Sketch. Ich freue mich, dass du bei Little Tangles mitgespielt hast und hoffe wir sehen dich wieder :-). LG
I saw your card featured on the Paper Smooches FB page as one of our "FB Featured Players" from the Picture Perfect challenge--- congrats! 

What a fun take on this photo--- great background with the embossed city! LOVE your card!

THANKS so much for joining in the fun and playing along with us over at PSS! Hope you play along again soon:) HUGS <3 Sav 

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