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STAMPlorations Birthday Hop - Day 5

Hi Everyone,
its day 5 of our blog hop at STAMPlorations!
We are celebrating STAMPlorations 2nd birthday - yeahhh!!!!
Unfortunately is the last day of all this fun....



Our wonderful guest designer joining us today is the fabulous talented, fun and creative

Here is my card:



Stamped part of the dress on water color paper and heat embossed it in white. Water colored the butterflies. Added more butterflies from the 
Added the sentiment - heat embossed it onto vellum. Sewed it on.


I used the new stamp set Party Girl here and also used stamps from tow older sets:Trendy Butterflies and SENTIMENT BUILDERS: Thank You
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Drew in the antennae. Hope you like it!



Don't forget about all those prizes Shery offers - the details are on the STAMPlorations blog.
Check out what the rest of the team made! You'll find links to all birthday blog hop projects here.

Linking up with:


Comments

Julie B said…
Love the blue butterflies, especially the one's made from the dress bottom. :)
New Creations said…
Out of the box creation! Love the dress stamped butterflies in blue tone! Impressive!
Vicki Dutcher said…
So pretty and clever
Keren Baker said…
Ooh no- I LOVE yours- such a delicate look and the watercolour suits the butterflies perfectly. Great minds...and all that 😉 x
conil said…
There you go again, blowing my mind, using that dress for butterflies. WOW! And they're beautiful butterflies...delicate, feminine, ethereal. Gorgeous.
Kara Lynne said…
Such a fun way to use that dress, and so beautiful too!
Monika Reeck said…
Clever!
made butterfly from that dress
yeah you are so clever Cornelia love that big thank you sentiment too
and the color so dreamy
ADORABLE card
I am searching your HOC card my friend but I guess you must be busy for Stamplorations hop..
I still wait hehe
hugs, Monika
joy said…
So fun and quirky to use the dress for the butterflies! And, I love blue and white cards; this is definitely a winner!!
VanessaB said…
Wow!! So creative and gorgeous! !!
cm said…
Your party dress transformed into butterflies has me swooning, Cornelia! Nope, I don't just *like* it...I LOVE x LOVE x LOVE it...so stunning!
Hugs~c
D.Ann C said…
What a fab idea, turning the dresses into such beautiful butterflies!!! Love it!!
Pam said…
Oh, my goodness! Turning those dresses into butterflies is brilliant. Stunning card!
Love the water coloured butterflies - they are gorgeous! Wonderful card Cornelia.
Blessings
Maxine
What a cleaver uses of the dress stamp. Beautiful card. TFS
Helen F. said…
What gorgeous butterflies you created! Very out-of-the-box thinking here :-)
Chark said…
how cool is this? love the dress as butterflies!
Nance said…
Wow, brilliant idea using the dress stamp for a butterfly! Very creative! GORGEOUS!
Flo said…
Wunderwunderbar!!!
Monika Reek ist bestimmt hin und weg, sie mag ja Schmetterlinge sehr.
Aber ich finde, sie eignen sich auch hervorragend als Gestaltungselement.
Gut, dass du diese Karte nur in blau gehalten hast.
Das macht sie noch edler.
Liebe Grüße, Flo
Deepti said…
Brilliant ! It never occurred to me, I think I will try it :D
shirley-bee said…
Stunning. Just stunning!
SD pooja said…
Butterfiles so beautiful n very clever idea too ;)
Kim Heggins said…
Fabulous card...love those amazing butterflies!
Becca Yahrling said…
Very pretty butterflies; very delicate. So funny that two of the designers this week had this idea. And it's an awesome one!
Shona Chambers said…
Beautiful butterflies in my favourite colours.....swoon.....
Pink Unicorn said…
What a super clever way to use the stamp, I would never have thought of that in a million years! Also the white embossing looks great with the watercolours.
Anita in France said…
Brilliant, creative, stunning, Cornelia ... so clever ... and so gorgeous! Anita :)
Indy's Designs said…
Wonderful way to create these butterflies! Beautiful card!
Monika Skinner said…
Love the skirt butterflies. Great idea! Xxx
Berina RGA said…
Love how you have used the dress to create the butterflies.. Gorgeous one.
Suchi said…
PRETTYYYYY!! I love the blue all over and such a fun card! :)
Suchi xx
BożenA said…
Your creativity is so huge! Who would came up with that of dresses to create a butterfly? You are incredible, and your cards are wonderful. I love the delicacy wings and beautiful colors. Vellum complements this ideal design.
hugs,
BozenA
Craftychris said…
So wonderful and so clever. A beautiful card xxx
Dee Earnshaw said…
Beautifully done - LOVE this card

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