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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Color Swirl

Hi Everyone,

here is something new - I did not wait until the last moment to make a card for one of my favorite challenges :)
From the moment I saw Taheera's inspiration picture over at Winnie & Walter I knew I had to play....

So I stared at that picture - I mean the picture in the picture and saw a swirl. And then it was easy! Do you see it, too?
Of course all my stamps are by W&W - the sentiment is from the gem set.

I like how this turned out, although I might just play again and do what Taheera did - make my "own acrylic" painting.

Do you know about W&W birthday bash??? Go and celebrate with them!

I am also linking up with:

Happy Stamping!


Ashwini Rao said...

Actually, I didn't see the swirl until you pointed it out! :P
Its such a gorgeous card! Never thought of using that image in that way - and it looks superb with the black background!

Flo said...

Was ist DAS denn für ein tolles Teil, mit dem du diesen hervorragenden Wirbel gestaltet hast???
Deine Ideen sind einfach grenzenlos!!!
Liebe Grüße

Mac Mable said...

Fabulous take on the painting. Very eye catching and a very striking card on the black. Look forward to seeing your take on your own acrylic painting! xx

Kristie Goulet said...

Oh WOW! I LOVE how you used that swirl stamp. I am going to copy your idea sometime, hope you don't mind? I will give credit back to you, of course! :) AWESOME card!!!

Sarah Gray said...

This is fabulous, Cornelia! It is a great take on the inspiration photo and the swirl against the black really pulls you in to the card....it is very hypnotic :)

Barb said...

I can see the swirl now you pointed it out. Your card is beautiful. Great colours. Barb x

cm said...

A keen eye for seeing patterns, Cornelia...and what a wonderful discovery the swirl is, translated into your fabulous card! Ingenious...

conil said...

Very impressive. I loved Taheerah's inspiration, too. Think I even let out a gasp...your's is certainly a perfect take on it.

Susanne Vargas said...

Not sure if I would have seen the swirl on my own but now that you mention it - yes, it's definitely there! Awesome card!

Ardyth said...

Clever, graphic take on the inspiration!

Ruth said...

I love it! What a fabulous take on the inspiration picture. Really inspired! xx

Kim Heggins said...

Amazing card Cornelia...just love your inspiration. I am not into football either so it made for a fun day of crafting. I really love the wonderful look you created.

Suchi said...

This is PURE GENIUS lady! :)
Suchi xx

Monika Reeck said...

Is that a stempel oder a Stencil
coool how you colored it
it is a winner card for me
cool and magical you have a great eyes Cornelia
happy you are healthy again see you soon on my Blog sweety

Hannelie said...

OOOH!!! I love this!

Anita in France said...

Groovy, graphic and so cool, Cornelia ... what a brilliant take on the inspiration! Still holding out hope that I might just get to play along with W&W's birthday bash!! Hugs, Anita :)

Bobby said...

What an attention-getter your card is, Cornelia. I love the swirls and the bright colors.