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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Memory Box Christmas Trees

Hi Everyone,

another quick post from me - my eye still hurts when I spend too much time on the computer....

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

I die cut the pine trees from Memory Box using silver glitter paper. The sentiment is by Technique Tuesday, heat embossed in silver. I left that little white strip on the left side of the card for balance.

I actually made two similar cards - gonna show you the second one tomorrow :)))

Linking up with:
Memory Box challenge #4 - Terrific Trees
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - no designer paper
Challenge iconsSimon Monday Challenge BlogSimon Wednesday Challenge Blog

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

Happy stamping!


Lee Ann Barrett said...

Glad to see you back with your bright and bold designs, Cornelia!

papierelle said...

Solltest Du Dich nicht noch ein bisschen schonen??!! Aber ich verstehe Dich auch gut!! Traumhaft schön und die Gestaltung mag ich sehr!!
LG Gundi

Julie B said...

A super card Cornelia, the splattered background really adds depth to your tree scene. :)

Flo said...

Eine superKarte ist dir wieder mal gelungen!!!
Großartige Idee!!!
Liebe grüße, Flo

Monika Reeck said...

Oh woow that tree look sensational dear and black dramatic...lovely green background you made..dont force your eyes...we need you gesund Cornelia...biig hugs n happy Sonntag

Susanne Vargas said...

Wow, die ist ja mal wieder spitze! Dein Talent ist in den Wochen, als du nicht basteln konntest nicht verloren gegangen! Ich liebe diesen modernen, "artsy" Stil mit Glitter!

conil said...

Sore eye BEGONE! Certainly hasn't hindered your amazing card making skills, any. This is lovely. Great sparkle and beautiful color. What more could you ask for?

Darnell said...

This is really breathtaking, Cornelia!! You make a more outstanding card than the rest of us can manage with two healthy eyes!! You are missed! I think of you often and hope your healing continues to progress every day until you are soon fully recovered!! Hugs, Darnell

Caryn said...

Gorgeous watercolouring - I Love the colours you chose.
Thanks for joining in at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

Unknown said...

This is gorgeous - very eye catching, and a wonderful pop of color. Love your sparkle trees. Thanks for playing in our Mod Squad Challenge this week.

Jennifer Van Pelt said...

I love the color background and the contrast with the black and silver! What a wonderful combination. Thank you for sharing!

cm said...

I'm working in reverse order, so the breath-taken away from the 'newer' extends 1000000% to the 'older.' Your shimmery trees, pretty background, silver embossed amazing sentiment...smitten! Completely smitten! Put your feet up and heal, my friend!

Anita in France said...

Oh, Cornelia, that gorgeous, zesty watercolour layering is such a beautiful backdrop for those shimmery trees ... so striking against the black! Take care and recuperate well! Hugs, Anita :)

Kim Heggins said...

Just beautiful...love your gorgeous trees. Sending well wishes your way and pray your eyes are getting better.