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House of Cards August Challenge

Hello Everyone! 
Its challenge time at the House of Cards Challenge Blog today!
Our current challenge is to use metallics...


I used metallic card stock for my card. I die cut the leaves with a Hero Arts Fancy die. For the background I also used Hero Arts - Starburst Lace stamp. And the sentiment is heat embossed -  Hero Arts Hello Sunshine.



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Please check out what our wonderful DT created:

Linking up with:
workitwedbannerSimon Wednesday Challenge Blog

Looking forward to see your fabulous creations over at House of Cards

Comments

Vicki Dutcher said…
Starting the month out with all that amazing gold! I adore this fern image and really, I need to use it more!
Susanne Vargas said…
Ohhh, du hast auch diese tolle Stanze! Die ist so schön! Genau wie die Karte, die du damit gemacht hast!
Mynn xx said…
WOW!!! This is seriously GORGEOUS, Cornelia! I adore the amazing shine from the gold leaves--this is absolutely stunning! HUGS! :) Mynn xx
Absolutely elegant Cornelia! Those gold leaves look spectacular! Love your card. Hugs, Gracie - HOC
conil said…
Black, gold and white...what's not to love. Stunning.
Donna said…
Beautiful card Cornelia, this really shimmers and like your color combination, so elegant! Donna T. HOC
Monika Reeck said…
I love this die cut leaves FERN from Hero Arts
I want to buy this...I really love what you made here with all HA stamp..
if you made gold and black card always look so magic and funtastic....
ADORABLE DT CARD Coernelia...and see you soon on my metallics card :)
hugs, Monika (Teamie at HOC)
Merethe A said…
Nice card
(✿*‿*) Ma
Teamie HOC
http://majaapia.blogspot.no/
Donna Nuce said…
HI Cornelia!
Love this bold shiny leaf! So pretty!
Have a great day!
Donna HOC Teamie
Anita in France said…
The shimmer and shine from that gorgeous golden palm is stunning with all the bold black ... so striking and lovely! Anita :)
foleysfriend said…
Love the shiny gold; beautiful interpretation of the HOC Cue word: Metallic

sue n.
HOC DT
Deepti said…
Another amazing golden delight :)
StephC said…
Beautiful take on this months challenge. I love the gold die cut fern leaves. Such a great card!
debby4000 said…
Such a striking, gorgeous card.
Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Luv
Debby
Toni said…
Girl, you've done it again. fab design!

Toni
HOC DT teamie
Pat said…
Love the big bold leaves! Really stand out against the black. Pat (DT) x
Cornelia, I love these pretty gold ferns! Very pretty card!
Take Care!
Michele, HOC teamie
sue t. said…
Cornelia- I always look forward to your contributions! Amazing card!
Gorgeous card, Cornelia! I love it!
Hugs, Em xxx
Tammy said…
Stunning card Cornelia, I love the gold leaves!
Tammy x
Barbara Rankin said…
This is fabulous, Cornelia. I really love those metallic leaves. Hugs, Barbara HOC teamie
Jane Knudsen said…
Cornelia! This card is absolutely amazing! I wish I would have thought of it! Beautifully done with lots of style! Jane HOC teammate
Dotty Jo said…
Wow, what a stunner! Jo x (HOC DT Friend)
Lilian said…
Love it!!! Beautiful!
Lilian HOC teamie
The Leaf Studio
Katy said…
Wow! This is stunning! This is one of the coolest get well cards I have ever seen! :) Big Hugs! Katy HOC Teammate :)

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