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Rainbow Chrysanthemum

Hi Everyone,

this is my second post for at A2Z Scrapbooking :))).

Perhaps you know that we have a CAS challenge at A2Z Scrapbooking this month and perhaps you want to play along! I am also keeping it clean and simple with my card:

I first inked up my paper in rainbow colors and then die cut it using the Hero Arts Chrysanthemum die (DI062). Glued it onto the cardstock. The sentiment is heat embossed and from the set Hello Sunshine. I mounted it onto a scrap piece of PP and added some of the petals from the die.


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Linking up with:
A Blog named Hero - rainbow colors, see photo below
Snippets Playground - use a snippet - sentiment strip

That’s it for today! Hope you have a fab day! Happy Stamping!


Hannelie said…
That is one fabulous die... you used it in a beautiful way Cornelia!
Julie B said…
Love your bright chrysanths. :)
Tenia Nelson said…
Super CUTE!! I am still trying to find out what restaurant to go to....hee hee!! I can't wait to meet ya!! So so excited!!
!neke said…
Love this card ! great colors!
Susanne Vargas said…
Sehr schön ist sie geworden, deine Karte! Die Blättchen um das sentiment sind ein tolles Detail! Muss mal schauen, ob ich es schaffe, mitzumachen...
cm said…
That die is amazing; what you've done with it, even more amazing! Gorgeous...rainbow-happy!
conil said…
WOW WOW WOW.Gorgeousness.
SonjaK said…
Eine wunderschöne Karte! Das schlichte Design gefällt mir ebenso gut wie die knalligen Farben.
MaryH said…
Hi Cornelia, Just saw this bright bold bloom over at the Snippets Playground, and had to zip over for a closer look. (OMGosh, I think I have this die!) Would never have thought to use it as you have here, against the crisp clean white, but oh my, it is just stunning. Feels very tropical with these brilliant happy. Just love it. TFS & Have a great weekend.
Di said…
Wow, what a stunning card. LOVE the die you used Cornelia!


Di xx
Deepti said…
This is so pretty, the blending of colors is just amazing :)
Anita in France said…
Gaspingly gorgeous, Cornelia ... you made this delicious die simply shine ... swooning at all the rainbow yumminess! Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
clever again to coloring first the paper with rainbow color and then die cut it
and that DIES to dye for
I think I should buy it
Lovely design and love that you only use the part of that DIE cut
clever design and I ADORE THIS my friend..
Cornelia if you see my post today I posting that I now buy a bigshot
it was from Petra Heller Little
rest of story please read on my blog
big hugs and miss your visit :-)
Kim Heggins said…
WOW....what a wonderful card! Love your large flower in all the fabulous colors!
Chitra Nair said…
WOW!!! Stunning!!! Your card is simply gorgeous!!!
Thanks for sharing with us at A Blog Named Hero...
Unknown said…
Awesome card Cornelia! Love the gorgeous die cut and coloring for the photo inspiration.
Bhavana said…
Such a pretty card. loved it Thanks for sharing your card at A blog named hero

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