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Guest Designing at Time Out

Hi Everyone,

today I have the honor of guest designing for the current Time Out challenge!
Here is the inspiration picture;



So anybody who knows me also knows that this is in fact a huge challenge for me...I like CAS and colors and that picture has none of it... What to do???

Well, I solved it, as you can see. 
Thank goodness for STAMPlorations stamps :)


The famous landmarks and the background stamps are all by STAMPlorations. The rest is by Papertrey. You see I could not resist a pop of color...


So challenge yourself - or may be it won't be a challenge for you and come and play with us! You know their DT is amazing and has a lot of inspiration for you!

Linking up with:
Mod Squad challenge - great outdoors (all those buildings are outdoors...)
Color Throwdown - see below
ColourQ - black and a spot color
Take It, Make It Challenge
Happy Stamping!

Comments

sandie said…
It is so good to have you as our GD and you rocked the challenge. You got so many elements from the photo in and love the funky background. I just picked one building but you got in 3! Just fabulous and greet inspiration for all xx
Marianne said…
Such a fabulous CAS spin on that inspiration picture. Love how you made the red and black sentiment pop.
Liebe Cornelia,
leider kann ich nicht sehen was auf dem ersten Bild ist, dafür aber finde ich den Rest mega schön!
Eine wunderschöne, perfekte Karte!
Ganz liebe Grüße
Sylwia - deine neue Leserin ;)
Julie B said…
This is a fab interpretation Cornelia, love that pop of red. :)
Rahmat said…
Awesome creation, it is very striking with a pop of color.
Flo said…
Ich komme mit in alle diese Städte!!! Dann machen wir zwei uns ein schönes Leben und genießen die Zeit!!!
Liebe Grüße
*Vicki* said…
Such a cool design!! I love the pop of color!! Congrats on your GDT spot! :)
SonjaK said…
Wohoo, Glückwunsch zum Gastdesgin! Ich finde, du hast dich grandios inspirieren lassen. Dass dich das Bild erst mal gar nicht so richtig angesprochen hat, sieht man ihm gar nicht an.
Mac Mable said…
Very creative take on the challenge. Great background stamping and fabulous with the pop of colour. Great use of those stamps x
Johanna said…
This card is wonderfully creative and I just love it - all of it.
Susanne Vargas said…
Glückwunsch zum GD spot! Tolle Umsetzung des Fotos!
Sarah G said…
So great to see you as GD over at Time Out, Cornelia! Your card is fabulous - love the black and white stamping with the pop of red. You have captured the inspiration photo perfectly :)
LauraJane:) said…
Great to see you featured at Time Out Challenge:))
Ruth said…
It's amazing! Xx
Gerrina said…
Your great card doesn't show that you were struggeling with this challenge :) Great card! The text and three buildings are positioned so beautiful! Thanks for being Guest Designer at TIME OUT! Liebe Grüße, Gerrina
conil said…
Nailed it. Perfect. Love everything about it, even the lack of color. LOL!
Pam said…
Perfect. Just perfect!
Bonnie said…
You rocked this challenge, Cornelia! A wonderful sentiment! Always a treat to visit you!
Kim Heggins said…
Fabulous card Cornelia...love your take on that photo. Congrats on being featured!
paperkicks said…
Stunning card and I love the design! You have given me inspiration for a special birthday card for my son...
Darnell said…
Congratulations on the Guest Design gig, Cornelia! Your card is magnificent!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell (BTW, the inspiration photo is not loading on your post.)
Unknown said…
Congrats on GD at Time Out, Cornelia! Your card is amazing! Great take on the inspiration photo! Have a restful weekend!
Ela said…
Wow, die Karte haut mich mal wieder um. Der Kontrast wirkt unglaublich toll.
LG
Ela
Anita in France said…
So cool, Cornelia ... what a fabulous collage panel ... it's brilliant with the splash of red in the die cut sentiment! Smiled when I read about you wondering what to do with that no colour inspiration photo ... I was just the same ... you did a brilliant job! So happy to have you Guest Designing alongside us at Time Out, my friend! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
Congratulations on your GD role, and what a striking card you've dazzled us with! Black, white, a pop of red...you've nailed that inspiration perfectly! I think this one should head over to Inkspirations, too...hint, hint!
Hugs~c
Vickie Z said…
Fun design and love those images!! So glad you joined us at CTD!!
Judy Woodland said…
This card is so unique and different, I like everything about it. Black and white with just a touch of color, especially red, is really effective, and you have nailed it here. Plus, your images and background are awesome!! Great take on the challenge, thanks so much for playing along this week over at the Mod Squad.
Judy Woodland, Mod Squad Challenge Host

Lola said…
Hallo Cornelia!

Also, die Aufgabe hast du ja wieder einfach blendend gelöst - eine wunderschöne Karte, und der kleine "Farbklecks" inform der gestanzten Schrift ist ja einfach ein MUSS!

Viele liebe Grüße und einen schönen Sonntag :-)
Karola
Wanda Cullen said…
You rocked the combination of challenges! Love the monochromatic with a wee pop of red in the sentiment...very striking! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Color Throwdown!
Joyce said…
This is wonderful and absolutely perfect for the challenge. Love the stamped collage you made and that fabulous burst of color. Thanks so much for being our incredible Guest Designer at Time Out.
Shona Chambers said…
Talk about perfect stamps!!! This is so cool and it totally rocks this challenge. Love the pop of red, was very temped to do that myself. So wonderful having you with us for this challenge!!
Jill V said…
Simply amazing! Those stamps are so perfect and I love how you used - and the splash of red - gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining us at Time Out - I just love your creativity and am always inspired by your designs! Jill
Kim M said…
Another fantastic card! Love the b&w with the pop of red. Awesome! Thanks for playing along with us over at Ink again too! :-)
Linda said…
This is so cool. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge. Linda xx
Bobby said…
Congrats on being the guest designer at Time Out, Cornelia. Your card is a perfect representation of the linens in the photo.

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