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Memory Box Christmas Tree - Take 2

Hi Everyone,

another quick post from me - still nee to limit my computer time....

I did a quick water color background, layering on colors.


I die cut the outline pine trees by Memory Box using metallic paper. I inlaid some of the trees with glitter paper and added a strip on the left.The sentiment is by Technique Tuesday, heat embossed in silver. Added some sequins.




Linking up with:
Memory Box challenge #4 - Terrific Trees
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - no designer paper
Can you CASE it - anything goes
Challenge iconsSimon Monday Challenge BlogSimon Wednesday Challenge BlogCYCI#88

Thanks for all your wonderful comments and get well wishes - I catch up with all of you eventually!

Happy stamping!











Comments

Flo said…
Auch diese Karte ist toll!!! Du hast mal wieder das Matschen mit Farben für dich entdeckt, aber sehr gut.
Liebe Grüße
KT Fit Kitty said…
Beautiful! So great to see your crafting again! Love your background!
Teresa Kline said…
hello Cornelia! this is soooo pretty, I adore the green watercolored background....stunning! I am so glad you played along with us at can you case it! stop by my blog, I am having a giveaway...whoop, whoop!

http://paperieblooms.blogspot.com/2015/09/can-you-case-it-guest-artist-cyci88.html

sparkle & shine *~*
Suchi said…
Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog! Your card is fabulous! I love the water colored background the shiny die cuts look stunning! :)
Suchi xx
Ashwini Rao said…
Such a terrific combination of watercoloring, glitter and metallic paper! Love it!
Monika Reeck said…
I dore that green too Cornelia and lovely Inlaid technique you did and love the bold black sentiment you put on your card
adorable christmas card
hugs, Monika
BożenA said…
Great watercolor background. Great combination of glitter and metal. Black panel emphasizes green cards. Beautiful card.
hugs,
BozenA
Unknown said…
Wonderful card - so bright and colorful. Love your sparkle. Thanks for playing in our Mod Squad Challenge this week.
conil said…
Such a treat to see you posting again. As is this card. Wow! Love the shiny and glittery trees. Beautiful! Like that you added the sentiment panel for contrast, too.
shirley-bee said…
Love the black/green combination - so striking! Wonderful inlaying too.
cm said…
A stunning shimmery forest; one I'd like to walk through, to delight in the gorgeous colours and serenity. Your sentiment: beautiful!! I am sooooo glad you're recovering, my dear friend, but...take it slowly in getting back into the crafting groove (I know: easy to say, not to do)! *Doctor's* orders *grin*
Hugs~c
Kim Heggins said…
Gorgeous...simply gorgeous Cornelia!
Unknown said…
Love it! Great colors and use of the trees! :) Thanks for joining us at CAn You Case It!
hellerlittle said…
hallo Cornelia, ich finde die Karte auch großartig !!!
und kaum bist du wieder da, gehörst du auch schon zu den Gewinnern *freu
schau mal bei SIMON vorbei
LG hellerlittle
jenn shurkus said…
gorgeous! the watercolor background and the black is striking!! thank you for joining us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge
Laura said…
Thanks for playing along in of September tree challenge! I love the combination of paper textures you used in combination with the watercolored background. Beautiful.
Anita in France said…
Another stunner, Cornelia ... love how the trees look so dimensional with the different inlays of glitter, watercolour and foil! Hugs, Anita :)
Eva Bussom said…
Cornelia, this is stunning! Thanks for joining CYCI :) Eva

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