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One Layer Eye

Hi Everyone,

Less is More has a fun challenge  - although my card turned out to be a sympathy card. Was not planning on that, just happened....


I have those ancient Stamping Ground body parts stamps. I took the eye and also some of Ryn's teardrops. I still felt that something is missing, so I too one of my iStencils and lightly sponged the background. The sentiment is by Impression Obsession.

27-00002 R SC
http://www.istencils.com/store/products/27-00002-r-sc

Now I am happy. 


Linking up with

Paper Pals Art - see blow
Simply Create Too - anything goes
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Comments

Tenia Nelson said…
LOVE!! I am still trying to figure out a restaurant....I will have something by the end of day tomorrow!! Can't wait to see ya!! YAY!! :)
Linda Callahan said…
Striking card! The background is perfect! Thanks for joining us at PPA!
Kathyk said…
Your card is simply beautiful

Kathyk
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Striking, stunning and fabulous Cornelia and I think the stenciling adds a perfect touch. Beautiful sentiment and thanks for playing at less is more. Sarah x
Tanja said…
toll wie viel Tiefe Du trotz nur einer Layer erreicht hast - ein sehr schöner Spruch
Julie B said…
This is stunning Cornelia, a work of art. :)
Gerrina said…
Such a beautiful card! Love the combi of the eye and waterdrups and that sentiment is super!
My friendsard was made bij stamping the children, masking them, take a pensel with lots of water on it, make the bold background lines with the water and when still verry wet, sprinkle some bruso in it and let it run. Remove the mask, let all dry. When dry stamp the sentiment and color the childrenimages...that´s it... You hav to use aquarel or other paper that can handle lots of water, because the water really has to lay on top of the card before sprinkle it with the Brusho...
Good luck trying! And have a colourfull week!
Rosmarie said…
WOW, ich bin total fasziniert von dieser Karte. Hast du klasse gemacht!!
Flo said…
Karte und Spruch: beides passt wunderbar zusammen.
Liebe Grüße
Vicki Dutcher said…
FABULOUS!! I just LOVE those drops!!
Neets B said…
A lovely sentiment and the stencilling you added really finishes it off beautifully.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More
Unknown said…
A piece of art... very well done. Thanks for including the PPA color challenge in your artistic expression...
Carole Dion said…
Awesome card love the Ryn's drop, beautiful composition !!
conil said…
Oh my gosh. Sympathy cards are always a struggle but this one is simply amazing. You really are a brilliant designer. That soft blending you've done with your stencil just adds enough.
Chrissie said…
What a lovely card, your design and the sentiment go beautifully together!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"
Wow!Cornelia-that is all I have to say!
Nessa xxxx
Anne said…
The background is perfect Cornelia, what a stunning creation.
Thanks for joining us this week
Anne
"Less is More"
Kim Heggins said…
Very striking card Cornelia....so stunning!
SYLVIA-ANNE said…
A soulful image and sentiment - love the tear-drops and the stencil background.
Sylvia x
Monika Reeck said…
Oh I cry read that sentiment
so touching Cornelia
and that water drops look so real
you have EYE stamp stunningg
great one layer with that iStencils
I LOVE THIS BEAUTY..
Susan Powell said…
That sentiment is beautiful! And your card is stunning!
Anita in France said…
Stunning and striking, Cornelia ... just wow! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
A gorgeous sympathy card, Cornelia. The sentiment, the tears, the eyes...heart-warming and deeply touching...
hugs~c

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