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Stenciled Thank You



Hi Everyone,

this is my second post today, if you are looking for the STAMPlorations inspiration post scroll down or click HERE.

I am trying my luck with Less is More today - a real challenge for me! Neutral colors is the theme. Not my thing.....

But here we go:


I was playing again with my iStencils. This one is called WAVY STRIPES. It is brand new, I hadnot yet used it.

6x6 PTP-108 wavy stripes

You can do really cool stuff with it, shifting it  for your second stencil layer. 


To keep with the color scheme I added a Kraft stripe and sentiment (by SSS).

I am also linking up with:
Just us Girls - Thank you
Inkspirational - Thank you with something new (stencil)

And if you are wondering how I made this card -hop over to STAMPlorations and you'll find the tutorial for it.


Happy Stamping!


Comments

Barb said…
Wow Cornelia this card looks amazing. Very impressive use of your stencil. Barbxx
cm said…
Well, I respectfully disagree with your 'neutrals are not my thing' comment, because WOW! This card proves otherwise! Fabulous stenciling; fabulous colour selection; fabulous EVERYTHING! Love it! Off to see your tutorial for you not-neutral, vibrant second card...Thank you so much for sharing your artistry at Inkspirational!
Hugs~c
conil said…
Just popped over from your spotlight design at STAMPlorations to tell you how stunning your card there was and I discover this AWESOME wavy card. Wow! That really is an fabulous stencil but what you did with it is even more amazing. This is a sure winner.
Aileen said…
Cornelia I love the stencils you manage to find around the place. This one is brilliant and the way you used it just perfect. Totally wonderful card as is the one at the end of your post that Im off to check out. Those colours m mmm
sandie said…
what a funky look this stencil gives, makes me go crossed eye...in a good way! Really creative and thanks for joining Ink x
Suchi said…
LOVE both of your cards!!! STencil is used so brilliantly and love the chalk markers and doodling against the black! :)
Suchi xx
shirley-bee said…
You always do fabulous optical illusion cards, Cornelia, and this one is no exception! And I love your vibrant Folk Flowers card. Those colours really pop on the black, and I like the added dots :)
Vicki Dutcher said…
It is always such a pleasure seeing what you do with stencils! Lordy but this is so fabulous!! Thanks for joining in at JUGS too! ;)
Cheryl said…
Oooo, that is such a cool and clever look! Love what you've made here!
Thanks for joining us this week at Just Us Girls!
Anita in France said…
Cool and funky neutrals, Cornelia ... and gorgeous, vibrant jewel like blooms against the black! Awesome! Hugs, Anita :)
Chris Dring said…
I beg to differ - neutrals ARE your thing! Wow, what an awesome looking card! Love how you used that cool stencil! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls!
Chrissie said…
What a great effect you have achieved Cornelia, SO unusual!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"
Karren said…
This card is awesome! I love how you've used that amazing stencil!
Sazzle Dazzle said…
WOW! Super striking and so effective Cornelia - you're a talented whizz with stencils every time! Love it and thanks so much for playing along this week!
Sarah xx
Less is More
Julie B said…
You rock those stencils Cornelia, fab card. :)
Anne said…
Wow Cornelia! What a clever effect and such a striking card!
Thank you so much for joining us
Anne
"Less is More"
Neets B said…
Cornelia, you are a genius! Just by shifting the stencil you've created such a fabulous effect. Love this!
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More
Deepti said…
Awesomeness ! The colors on black is stunning :)
Pia Larsen said…
That background is absolutely ├╝ber cool! It looks totally 3D!
Thank you for playing with us at Inkspirational Challenges.
Pia xx
Kim Heggins said…
Cornelia....this is stunning. Love your fabulous design.

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