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Make some Noise

Hi Everyone,

just a quick post -  I wanted to get my card in for the current Time Out challenge - again linky is about to expire....


This was my second try - the first one I did not like, but learned how to improve it.
I took the MFT equalizer stencil and inked it up and then smeared clear embossing paste on it. Let it dry, added the sentiment - is by CASual Friday, the set is called Woot, Woot.

Used my Hero Arts Neon inks for that - you can get them at A2z scrapbooking at 15% off, if you use my code Cornelia15

Love how this turned out!
This is the inspiration picture - just up my alley - I knew immediately I had to play, but it was difficult to find time to do it...


I think I got it. The clear embossing paste adds the shine you see in the picture.


Also linking up with:

 OLS - Sparkle and shine - hope the embossing past does not count as second layer - not sure... no sparkle on this card, but lots of shine - you can see it a bit on the first picture
Artful Crafts - Anything Goes
I like to play withWelcome to Artfull Crafts, for all your scrapbooking and stamping supplies.

Happy stamping!




Comments

Julie B said…
Such a fun card, love those shiny sound pulses. :)
Suchi said…
This is sooo sooo cool!! :)
Vicki Dutcher said…
Well here's another winner! What a fun and fabulous card!
Susanne Vargas said…
Was für eine perfekte Interpretation des Fotos! Look like a winner to me!
Monika Reeck said…
arrrggh that stencuil equalizer is too cooolll
I want to have it
and your sparkle really show on the first photo
AGAIN CLEVER AND MODERN CARD I LOVE THIS CORNELIA!!
you are so clever to make that sparkle...
luv luv luv this
hugs, Monika
Kara Lynne said…
Your representation of that photo is so spot on! Love it!
conil said…
Stunning...YOU NAILED THIS! Loved all the cards you put out for this challenge but this one sings to me. Perfect sentiment, too. Wonderful technique...and it really is just one layer because the embossing paste becomes part of the card base, right? But seriously doesn't matter cuz this is spectacular.
shirley-bee said…
This is fabulous, Cornelia! So clean and graphic, and a fabulous take on the TimeOut challenge!
Anita in France said…
Cool, clean, crisp, graphic ... and deliciously shiny, Cornelia ... I Delighted you found time to play along with us at Time Out! Anita :)
Kristie Goulet said…
This totally ROCKS! LOVE it!
Kim Heggins said…
WOW...what a card! I love everything about it...so creative.
Hannelie said…
Oh wow... the impact!
Stunning card
Deepti said…
This rocks and is a winner :)
Ardyth said…
This is stunning! Love the colours and the shine! So glad you joined us at OLS!
Gerrina said…
So glad you tried again! This is a stunning card! Love the graphic design and that you used all the colours of the photo! Thank you for taking the TIME OUT and join us again!
Shona Chambers said…
So very glad you squeezed this in on time, is so perfect for the challenge. What a brilliant stencil and love how you coloured the bricks all those beautiful, bright colours. Always so excited to see you at TIME OUT!!
Rosmarie said…
Oh, die glänzt aber schön! Genial, wie du die Challenge umgesetzt hast!!
sandie said…
Congrats on winning at Time Out, we would love you to be our GD, see the blog for how to do this...greeting from Greece xx
cm said…
We're on a road trip, so apologies for tardy commenting! Echoing the others ahead of me: a graphic, funky, cool, spectacular card! You definitely "got it"!
Hugs~c
Manuela said…
wow, ein richtiger Blickfang, coole Karte!
Bobby said…
Congratulations on the win, Cornelia. This is so creative. I'm glad you explained how you did it. I was thinking "gluing all those little squares" yikes. You figured out an easier way and it's fabulous!
ElizStewart said…
Absolutely love the shine! So cool!
Anonymous said…
Your shiny skyline looks fabulous.
Heather T
Susan Raihala said…
What a fabulous use of embossing powder to add some shine to this clever card! LOVE the colors and the concept! Thanks for sharing this at the One-Layer Simplicity Challenge!
Monica Maier said…
Congrats on the well deserved style pick from OLS! Love the card Cornelia!

Hugs Monica

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