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Love and Birthday

Hi Everyone,

I really wanted to post this tomorrow, but the EH linky list is closing.....so this can't wait....

I have two cards to share today - one I made for this month Waffle Flower challenge - combining the technique (stenciling) with the color and sketch.
Those darn cute sheep are by Waffle Flower, of course. The stencil is by TCW - used it with embossing paste.





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Also linking up with:
The Paper Players - CAS Valentine

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My second card I made for the Mix it up challenge by Ellen Hudson, combining this gorgeous EH die with a MFT sentiment. Added some Wink of Stella, which only shows in the first photo....


...and some embellishments....


Also linking up with:

Seize the Birthday - CAS birthday


Happy Stamping!





Comments

Rahmat said…
Wow, 2 more fun cards, the sentiment on the first one gave me a chuckle, the bloom is very striking on the second one.
Suchi said…
Wow!!! Stunning cards Cornelia...you are on a roll! Lovely composition , great colors, beautiully made cards! :)
Suchi xx
Ruth said…
Gorgeous cards - those sheep really made me laugh! Love the colours of the flower, it pops beautifully. xx
Flo said…
Hihi* Die Schafe sind ja toll!!!
Ich bin mal gespannt, wie lange die Liebe zwischen den beiden Schafen hält *kicher*
Diese Geburtstagskarte ist wunderbar!!!
Da braucht es , wenn man die Karte verschenkt, gar keinen Blumenstrauß. Der Vorteil ist, dass diese Blume nicht verwelkt und entsorgt werden muss :-)))
Liebe Grüße
Kristie Goulet said…
Two great cards. Love the sentiment on the first one and those blooms on the second are awesome! xoxo
Susanne Vargas said…
Die Schafekarte ist so süss und die Geburtstagskarte echt schön in ihrer Einfachheit.
Vicki Dutcher said…
Awesomeness! Your cute sheep [love the black one] and the offset flower...FABulous!
conil said…
Way to cover a bunch of challenges. Think that first card is beyond fun and bound to be a winner...the stenciling is fantastic...can't say enough about those funny little sheep. And...well, the second one is just drop-dead gorgeous. I'd say, it's another winner.
Colleen Begley said…
Love those little Waffle Flower sheep and their purple background with embossing paste. The card really turned out nicely. I also like your flower birthday card. It's very pretty too. Thanks for playing along with us at The Paper Players.
Kim Heggins said…
Two fabulous cards Jeanne...love that beautiful flower.
maria f. said…
Fabulous use of that flower die!
Unknown said…
They are both gorgeous CAS cards! Love the combo of neutrals and purple on the first card and the bold design of the second one!
Annette Allen said…
what an adorable card.. love how you added the polka dots.. thanks for joining us at Waffle Flower Crafts January Challenge
Shelly said…
Such SWEET cards!! Love them! Thanks for joining us at the Waffle Flower Challenge!
Nancy said…
Such a beautiful flower and the seep are so fun! Thanks for taking the time to join us at Seize the Birthday and hope to see you and your wonderful work in the gallery again soon!
JoAnn said…
Love that pretty flower on your birthday card. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday.
stampwithsandy said…
Two great cards Cornelia, and really love your "lamby" Valentine! That little couple is the cutest, and I like the non-traditional colors. You really nailed that photo inspiration, too! Thanks so much for playing along with my Valentine Challenge at The Paper Players!
Anita in France said…
Those little sheep with the texture-y bubbly background are adorable, Cornelia ... and that bloom ... wow, so bold, so striking ... and so gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)
Shona Chambers said…
I adore you little sheep in their lilac field and your always so good with your embossing paste and stencils!! Its a really brilliant card and so perfect for the challenge. So excited to see you at the Waffle Flower Challenge!
Marcie Sharp said…
Your card is adorable! So sweet. Thanks for playing with us at Waffle Flower Crafts challenge!
Daria G. said…
Those sheep are so cute and lovely!!! Love you card! Thanks for joining the Waffle Flower Challenge :)

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