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Freshly Made Sketches #200

Hi Everyone,

I am back from vacation and totally out of practice - could not get into my card room yesterday - no inspiration, whatsoever....but today with a looming deadline over at Freshly Made Sketches - would not want to miss their fantastic celebration!!!!! Yeahh for Freshly Made Sketches - BIG CONGRATS!!!!!
So I finally got an idea... Still drawing on Jennifer McGuire's fab faux metal technique and getting the colors from Color Throwdown



So pleased with the outcome - its just an amazing technique. Using my  new WRMK (We're Memory Keepers) embossing folder. Inked with distress inks and Perfect Pearls. The sentiment and die cut are by Papertrey. The little butterfly is a punch by Martha Stewart. Used some Washi tape and glossy accents. 


Here is another view - just love the way it looks.


Also linking up with 
 the Snippets Playground - use a snippet - butterfly and die cut


So, wanna know what I did on vacation? Guess - I met THE FAMOUS, FABULOUS, ONLY TENIA NELSON from Jazzy paper Design!
and I have picture to prove it:



From left to right - my hubby, my son, me, Tenia, her adorable son and wonderful husband.
We had a delicious meal together and it was FUN!


It's wonderful to be able to meet in real life - such a treat! Hi Tenia - hope you get to NY/NJ one day:)

I'll show you some more pics in future posts - for now its bed time for me....


Comments

Linda Callahan said…
Your faux metal technique is fabulous ! Beautiful card! How cool you met Tenia! Thank you for helping us celebrate 200 at Freshly Made Sketches!
Tenia Nelson said…
I sooooo LURVE your AWESOME card, girl!! I am so happy that we were able to meet up!! You have an amazing family!! YAY!!
Hannelie said…
This is one embossing folder I HAVE 2 have!
You do the coolest stuff Cornelia! This looks awesome and not a tad out of touch!
How awesome to meet Tenia!
Have a great day!
TracyM #6773 said…
LOVE your card, the texture and shimmer are GORGEOUS!!!
How EXCITING to meet Tenia, she is so talented :)
Julie B said…
I love that ef Cornelia, and a fab card you made with it.
So cool to meet up with Tenia, I've only met with Monika of my bloggy buddies so far. So if you ever come to the UK? :)
!neke said…
It is a beautiful card ! Great technique !
Ineke x
Flo said…
Das ist wirklich spannend, Blog-Freunde zu treffen, die man ja wirklich nicht so richtig kennt, nur vom hin- und herschreiben.
Deine Karte ist wieder einmal sehr schön und elegant.
Liebe grüße
Kristie Goulet said…
Amazing card, Cornelia! So awesome you got to meet Tenia! Love the pictures! Thanks for sharing.
Di said…
Wow, what a stunning card and such a great technique Cornelia! A beautiful result.

We missed you wile you were away, how great that you got to meet up with Tenia - lovely photos!

Hugs

Di xx
Andrea S. said…
I love the embossed sections of this gorgeous card! Great job on your submission for the FMS sketch challenge.
ionabunny said…
Love your card. That is an amazing embossing folder. I'm off to check out the faux metal technique. Hugz
Darnell said…
I am sitting here grinning like a fool! Your post made me very happy, Cornelia! First of all, holy cannoli, that card will win EVERYTHING, as it should! It's spectacular and one of my Top Ten Cards for 2015!! And then, OMG, the photos are amazing! I'm so pleased you got to meet each other!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell
Deborah345 said…
Beautiful card, simple and very pretty. what does "WRMK" stand for?
conil said…
Well, shut my mouth. If that card isn't the winner I, for one, will want to know why. It's incredible. Actually stunning. I still can't get the drool off my chin (ooh, that's sounds gross). Better to say A-MAZ-iING. And you got to meet with Tenia and family. What fun. Let's see, did you talk about cardmaking??? Thanks so much for sharing this beauty.
Jen Brum said…
Such a beautiful card Cornelia! Love that technique. The colour is so vibrant! Thanks for joining us for our 200th sketch celebration at Freshly Made Sketches!
shirley-bee said…
Fabulous, Cornelia! Love the sheen. How cool that you and Tenia were able to meet up!
Broni said…
What a fun card! Love that faux metal! I'm so glad you joined us this week at the Color Throwdown!
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia ... rich and shimmery and stunning ... the glossy sentiment is perfect with that gorgeous dimensional metallic sheen! How fun to meet up with Tenia ... what a lovely photograph of you all! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
Cornelia
wir sind in Kroasien..Kids so happy play near the sea...
sometimes I have internet connection sometimes it is drop
so before it is drop I want to tell
wooohoooo your card is adorable with that colors STUNNING that metallic technique from Jennifer McGuire and stunning using that sketch and the colors...
Wow wow and wow...
And how lucky you meet the Beruhmte Tenia..
I wish I can meet you again hehe
Big hugs from Croatia
Monika
MaryH said…
Don't you just LOVE this faux metallic technique of Jennifer's? It really does make a huge difference to have the next level ef's, and I only scored one (and not the ones I wanted!) at Stampaway. Everyone seems to be out of stock of the ones that Jen used. Love, love your take on this technique. Just awesome looks and especially with the dual color combo top & bottom. Really like this! TFS & Hugs (enjoyed seeing the picture of two bloggers meet up. That's also so fantastic, isn't it?)

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