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STAMPlorations Inspiration Project #27

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 pulled out Shirley's wonderful bird stamp set and colored the kingfisher with watercolors. Gave him a party hat from Dee's Party  Mates set

SmallBirds-preview      PartyMates-web-preview

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 August - 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:
Colour Q
Less is More - masculine one layer
Simon Says Monday challenge - anything goes

Happy Stamping!


!neke said…
Mooie gestempelde kaart !
One layer vind ik altijd erg moeilijk, wil er altijd weer een basis onder
plakken in een van de tinten van de afbeelding !
Wie weet krijg ik nog inspiratie !
groeten Ineke
Monika Reeck said…
I love that bird
and you are so clever to masking that hat on him
and the watercoloring background so soft
I adore this card too liebe Cornelia
hugs, and see you around dear
shirley-bee said…
He suits that party hat! Thanks for the SSS nudge, I had forgotten!
conil said…
That is one rockin' bird. He/she/it is colored beautifully. Do they really come in those colors...oh, who cares, this is ART!
Monika Skinner said…
Love that party hat on the kingfisher's head! Great fun card. ☺ xxx
Sazzle Dazzle said…
WOW, WOW and more WOW!
Love this image, coloured brilliantly, fabulous eye there and just a superb, striking and fun card for the guys ... plus all on one layer.
You ROCK every time Cornelia.
Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
Sarah xx
Less is More
Barb Ghig said…
Gorgeous card, Cornelia! I love how you colored the bird and how you turned him into a "Party Animal" :)
Deepti said…
Awwww how cute! Super fun idea and the cap fits perfectly on him :)
Claire said…
Such a fun image - amazing how the colour combo and the hat completely change the image of the bird! Thanks for playing along at Colour Q this week!
Suchi said…
Hey Cornelia! This is such a sweet card..and that party hat on the top of that bird looks sooo cutee!! :)
Suchi xx
Bobby said…
Your wonderfully colored bird looks likes he's ready to party, Cornelia. I love it!
Kim Heggins said…
Oh totally rock these fabulous bird stamps. I am beginning to think they were custom made just for you! This is amazing! Thanks for joining us at ColourQ!
Greta said…
Super fun, creative, beautiful card, Cornelia!
Ankie vd Polder said…
Super cute. Hugs, Ankie
Neets B said…
Cornelia, your ideas are genius. A kingfisher in a hat is an image I've certainly never seen before but he looks awesome, and your colouring is faultless. LOVE!
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More
Anita in France said…
You've been making such fun and fabulous bird and animal cards recently, Cornelia ... this one's the icing on the cake! Gorgeous use of the colours and I love the happy little party hat! Anita :)
cm said…
Fresh and fabulous, Cornelia - your party-hat sporting, googly-eyed kingfisher is quite the charmer! Brilliant! Oh yes, about my chickadee card...still not a bird fan, but those are a 'first step' to perhaps liking them (plus they don't really "look" like birds...whew!)
Linda said…
This is so much fun ...... love his little hat!! xx
Chrissie said…
What a super card for a man, I have these stamps and now I want to get them out!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
Anne said…
What a fab and colourful card for a chap Cornelia!
Thank you for joining us for one layer week
Less is More
cheiron said…
What a great bird and wonderful coloring! Thank you so much for playing along with us over at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog this week :)
Aileen said…
Beautiful colours on your kingfisher. Love the layout of your card.
Hannelie said…
Always an honour to be showcased at LIM! So congrats!!!

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