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Thursday, February 25, 2016

A Birthday Card for several Challenges

Hi Everyone,

I made a birthday card, inspired by several challenges - they are all listed below.

The colorful panel I made with watercolors and rubber cement, as the talented Lexi Daly show us in a wonderful video on this week Make it Monday over at Papertrey. I brushed on the rubber cement. the birthday is by Papertrey as well, heat embossed and fuzzy cut. The tiny hearts are a punch by Fiskars. the subtle stripes on the background are an embossing plate also by Papertrey .

I love those colors - took them from the current Card Concept!

Linking up with:
CAS(E) this Sketch - see below
Card Concept - see colors below
Less is More - add texture
Papertrey - Make it Monday - Watercolor Resist
Little Tangles - Watercolor

Happy Stamping!


Kathyk said...

FAB, gr8 choice of colours too


Susanne Vargas said...

Artsy and CAS - love that combination!

*Vicki* said...

What a fun idea using the rubber cement! Must try it out!! :)

Mac Mable said...

Clever technique with gorgeous vibrant colours. The textured white background sets off the card beautifully x

conil said...

Woot. So glad to see this rubber cement technique...wonderful that the color pallette works so perfectly. And the embossed background is dynamite. Way to cover a host of challenges in one card. I bow to the master.

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

What a fun technique! Thanks for sharing your pretty card with us here at The Card Concept!!!

Manuela said...

super fun, coole Karte!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love how you layered the colourful panel over the striped background! Great take on the sketch!

Esther said...

Fabulous colours! This is so vibrant. Love it!

Sarah G said...

Love your bright and bold colours, Cornelia along with the textured card base! It is a really fun design :)

lexi said...

what a fab mash up of challenges!! your rubber cement brushstrokes really make the colors pop. thanks for playing make it monday!

Liz said...

Great card - the panel is really striking. xx

Anita in France said...

The vibrant colour is just gorgeous against all the wonderful white, Cornelia ... and I love the subtle background texture! Hugs, Anita :)

Monika Reeck said...

I love that palette with birthday die
so bright and happy and love the green hearts clever color combo Cornelia
how are you
I did not see you around sweety
see you maybe soon :)
big hugs von deinem Land

Sazzle Dazzle said...

What a delightful pop of vibrant fun Cornelia!
Love it. Perfect for our challenge and inspirational as ever! Thanks for sharing at Less is More this week.

Chrissie said...

What super vibrant colours on you focus panel, set against that embossed backdrop!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Shelly said...

Oooh, fabulous card!! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!

Patti said...

Stunning!! I love the fresh "pop" your watercolor resist panel makes!! Great card : )


Anne said...

Sorry to be so late commenting, what a super texture card Cornelia. Love that bright panel on white.
Thanks for joining our challenge
"Less is More"