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ARTplorations Stencil Blog Hop - Day 2


Hi Everyone,

continuing with day 2 of our ARTplorations Stencil Blog Hop! Are you having fun? I hope you have as much as I.                                                             



Below are the materials I used. 

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Also used a die cut by Papertrey - Wet Paint, some Washi tape. The stitched die is bySimon Says.


 If you comment on this post and the rest of the team's blogs you have a chance to win one of the prizes. Commenting closes on December 13. Winners will be announced on December 15.

Check out what the rest of the team made! You'll find links to all our projects here.

Linking up with:

Cardz 4 Guys - Traditional Christmas colors (red and gold)

Edited to link up with:
Freshly made Sketches 


Comments

Dee Earnshaw said…
Love this stencil. It is so perfect for creating g stylish cards:)
Flo said…
… und deine Nähmaschine hast du auch eingesetzt!!!
Sehr schön!!!
Der rechte Hirsch mit seinen Klunkern am Geweih durch die Zick-Zack-Naht mit ihren Perlen gefällt mir besonders gut.
Liebe Grüße,
Flo
hellerlittle said…
wooohoooooooooooo tolle Karte !!!!
und der neie Blog Headeer - extraklasse
LG hellerlittle
D.Ann C said…
Love the look of 3 generation stamping you achieved with your stencil!
SD pooja said…
Loved the ombre effect ,looks like you have done generation stamping !
Jerrie said…
Love this stencil and the ombre look to your deer!
Ruth said…
That is so clever! I love the stencilled stag head like it's generation stamped. That's genius. The gold and red stitching on top is a lovely touch. Beautifully done, xx
conil said…
Oh my, love that card. The stencil is gorgeous, but the way you inked it up in that monochromatic ombre effect is amazing. Perfect with the red and gold accents and stitching. Really love the offset of the focal panel, as well.
cm said…
So gorgeous, Cornelia! Why, oh why didn't I add this deer to my last order! Next time!
Hugs~c
Susanne Vargas said…
Very cool card! Reminds me of Tenia Nelson's style! Love it!
maria f. said…
Ha, Susanne! I thought the same thing! Super cool guy card.
Carol said…
Love how you've used the stencil Cornelia...a fabulous card. Carol x
Becca Yahrling said…
Beautiful, masculine card. Love the touch of gold washi with the red stitching.
Aileen said…
Great card, love the three generation stamping, looks fantastic.
Suchi said…
Fantastic technique and also the embossing! :)
Suchi xx
AO Creations said…
Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Cardz 4 Guyz, good luck!!! Amy DT
Lee-Anne said…
Loving what you did with the stencil, Cornelia! Fabulous design!
Helen Gullett said…
Fantastic card!! Love those deer in gradient monochromatic color mixed with gold. Thanks for the inspiration!
I love this card! Love the design!
nancy littrell said…
Your gorgeous gold details really make your beautiful card pop. TFS
Craftychris said…
Gorgeous card with that wonderful reindeer! xxx
Anita in France said…
How cool, Cornelia ... so striking and bold! Hugs, Anita :)
Unknown said…
This is beautiful - wow. Totally makes me think of my three nephews - each one has a deer head mounted here at the ranch!! Love the way the card is tilted and the gold bling is perfect. j.
Amy O said…
I love how you've used the stencil here. And the gold washi is fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!
Jen Timko said…
Very pretty! Love that pop of gold and red together! Glad you joined us this week at FMS!
shirley-bee said…
Yup, definitely a touch of Tenia about this :) Love the stitched washi and the dangling threads.

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