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Addicted to Stamps and More #166


Hi Everyone,

Its challenge time at ATSM! For the next 2 weeks we want you to play along with us - the topic is Anything Goes!


The paint tubes are fuzzy cut from a PP by the Renke Manufaktur ( a sweet gift from my friend Elisabeth). I mount with foam tape. A also gave them more vibrant colors.....the paint coming out of them is watercolor. The sentiment is by Papertrey - Happy Trails and the butterflies are a Martha Stewart punch.



Prize is 4 digis from the store


Come on by and get inspired by our talented DT! I hope to see you all over at ATSM!

Happy Stamping!

Comments

Aileen said…
Brilliant card, love how you used the paint tubes. Hope everything is going okay for you.
Suchi said…
Such a clever and vibrant card Cornelia! :)
Suchi xx
hellerlittle said…
tolle Nutzung des DP wusste ich doch das ich es kenne ... Renke hat aber auch s schöne Sachen *schmacht
hoffe dir geht es gut !!!! und du schonst deine Augen.
LG hellerlittle
Tanja said…
ich hoffe, es geht Dir einigermaßen gut ... this is such a beautiful and creative project
papierelle said…
Wow, das ist ja wieder eine großartige Idee und Umsetzung!!!
Und weiterhin alles Gute für Dich!!
Herzlichst Gundi
Katie said…
WOW, I love this!
Flo said…
Diese Karte ist wieder mal eine tolle Inspiration für uns.
Ich wünsche dir, dass deine Augenprobleme jetzt wirklich grundlegend behoben wurden und es bei dir aufwärts geht.
Ganz liebe Grüße
Deborah Frings said…
This is simple and stunning - great work. xxx
Kara Lynne said…
So clever and beautiful! I love how the paint mixes and turns into butterflies! I hope you are doing alright, I've been thinking of you and hope your eye is healing well!
Julie B said…
Stunning Cornelia, your talent has not waned. Hope you are progressing well with your eye problem. :)
Manuela said…
Hallo Cornelia, eine super schöne Karte hast du wieder gezaubert!
Die Karte ist wunderbar ;)) wie kommt man auf solche Ideen !! Hut ab !!
Ganz liebe Grüsse Elisabeth und viiiiiielen herzlichen Dank
conil said…
Genius. That's what this is..just genius. Everything about makes me happy. Hope you're feeling OK. Know this is incredibly hard for you. Sending hugs, hopefully they'll help.
Barb Ghig said…
Stunning card, Cornelia! I love the paint tubes and the vibrant colors you chose for this card! Loving those sweet butterflies, too!
Hope you're feeling better...Sending Hugs, Barb
Anonymous said…
Hi Cornelia! This card is beautiful. I love the tubes of paint and what you've done with them. I wanted to let you know that I've been thinking of you and am praying that your eye will heal. My dad went through a similar trial with his retina last year. It was a long road, but he's o.k. now. He's an artist by trade, so it was a very trying time for him. I'll keep you in my prayers. XO Melissa
*Vicki* said…
Your card is absolutely amazing and so unique in style!! I love the color and vibrancy you bring to all of your designs!! :) Wishing you all of the best my friend and thinking of you!! Hugs from your fellow ATSM teamie!!
Neets B said…
So clever, Cornelia. I love how you've mixed the colours to produce the butterflies, wonderful design. My thoughts are with you and sending teamie love xx
Anita in France said…
Brilliant and so clever, Cornelia ... the colour being 'squeezed' from those paint tubes is gorgeous ... love how you've coloured the butterflies by blending the red/yellow and yellow/blue watercolour! Do hope your recovery is going well ... still thinking of you, mon amie! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
how do you get this coooool Image and cooool effect on your scene
this is CLEVER card and idea
love that water tube make that butterfly combo of blue and yellow is green and combo of red and yellow is orange
CLEVER Cornelia
love this so much
sorry just visit again
beschaeftigt mit Kinder and hubby
LG
Monika
cm said…
My sweet friend...good thing I stopped in to catch up, and realized that the comment I wrote here has disappeared! Grrrr! On the plus side, it's an opportunity to gaze at and admire your AH-MAZING card once again. Those tubes of paint...so realistic! In awe of your colouring, your designing, your creativity! Annnndddd...a little 'hug' might be coming in the mail for you! Hope your recovery is coming along wonderfully! Miss you!
Hugs~c

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