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ARTplorations Stencil Blog Hop Day 3

Hi Everyone,
continuing with day 3 of our ARTplorations Stencil Blog Hop! Are you still having fun? I sure hope so. 




Below are the materials I used. The deer die cut is by Impression Obsession. That leaf stencil is amazingly versatile. You can use it for pretty much any occasion.

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 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:

CASology - Tree
Simon Says Monday Challenge  - Holly Jolly stamping
The Male Room - Christmas or Seasonal Greetings

Simon Monday Challenge Blog

Comments

maria f. said…
What a wonderful way to use that stencil!
Helen Gullett said…
Wow! Great use of those leaves stencil!
Becca Yahrling said…
Lovely masculine card. Thanks for the inspiration.
Lee-Anne said…
Such a creative use for the Leaf Prints stencil, Cornelia! Awesome CAS design!
Jerrie said…
This is such a WoW card! Love the stencils in the back and the deer with the sentiment in front!
Julie B said…
Love how you created a forest of trees from that stencil. brilliant! :)
SD pooja said…
So creative !! You created tree backdrop using leaves !!!
Glennis F said…
Great use of the leaf stencil
Susanne Vargas said…
Never noticed that those leaves can look like trees until I saw your fabulous card!
Dee Earnshaw said…
Love the colors you used to make the trees. Very stylish:)
Sathya said…
SO clever idea to use leaf stencil for tree!! Love it!
Dr Sonia S V said…
WOW fascinated by the trees
Cheers
Dr Sonia
Carol said…
Love this Cornelia, what a fabulous design. Carol x
Ardyth said…
Oh, super cool! Love the shading in the graphic trees!
Karen Dunbrook said…
awesome card...love how you did the bkg.
Suchi said…
Never thought to use this stencil for trees..haha...so cool! :)
Suchi xx
Mac Mable said…
Love how you've used that stencil, very inspirational, thank you x Beautiful layout and colours x
Mac Mable said…
Love how you've used the stencil, very inspirational. Beautiful colours and layout x
Gorgeous card - I love how you used the stencil for the background here!
papierelle said…
Sooooo schön!!!
LG Gundi
Loved the stenciled bg ..awesome card !!
nancy littrell said…
Simply Beautiful Cornelia. TFS
Kim Heggins said…
Beautiful card Corneila...just love that gorgeous background.
Anita in France said…
What a brilliant idea to turn those leaves into trees, Cornelia ... the stags are fabulous in front of your evergreen forest! Hugs, Anita :)
Maura said…
Love those gorgeous greens in your trees - awesome way to use the stencil, Corneila! Thanks for joining us for the Holly Jolly challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge!
Deepti said…
Incredible :) I am in love with this design, way to rock the stencil !
Hannelie said…
You know I am a big fan of yours Cornelia... and this card shows exactly why!
It's beautiful and such a clever idea to use the leave stencil for trees!
Thanks for joining Casology!
shirley-bee said…
How clever to use the leaves as trees - they look fabulous!
Rocky said…
Clever use of the stencil and the colours are so cheerful too. Thank you for joining us at TMR.
Deborah Frings said…
I do like this perfectly CAS Christmas card. The trees have great depth and I do like the deer! Thanks so much for playing along with our Christmas challenge at The Male Room. Hope to see you again next year.

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