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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Joy Clair - Let your Light Shine

Hi Everyone,

today I am showing you two card with with one of the Color by Faith stamp sets from Joy Clair. I am not on this DT, but I have the set, so why not play along?

The set is called Let the Light Shine and I decided to make a non-religious card with it. I like that little light bulb, so I made it light up!

I heat embossed and sponged. Its a one layer card. Added black gems.

Don't forget our February challenge - you have a few more days to link up. Play with us and get a chance to win your favorite stamp set. You don't need to have Joy Clair stamps to play along, but if you do - we love to see them!

Linking up with:
Shopping our Stash - one layer card
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - anything goes
Grab Our Badge!Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog


conil said...

That's the best light bulb stamp I've seen. Love the filiment. What can I say about your masking and glow you created for the light. It's perfect.

Flo said...

Haha!!! Lustig!!! Das kleine Licht leuchtet jemandem heim??? Jemandem ist ein Licht aufgegangen???
Liebe Grüße

!neke said...

Great stamps !
Beautiful card !!!!
Ineke X

Anita in France said...

Fabulous, Cornelia ... that halo of light around the bulb is gorgeous ... it simply glows! Hugs, Anita :)

Lee Ann Barrett said...

Great minds think alike, Cornelia! This is brilliant! Love the halo surrounded by black; and a bonus of being one layer!

Suchi said...

Cleverly made card Cornelia! Gorgeous! :)
Suchi xx

aufspapiergebracht said...

Guten Morgen!!
Allein schon deine Hintergründe sind jedesmal der Hammer !!! In Kombination mit deinen Ideen- unschlagbar!
Ganz liebe Grüsse Elisabeth

Mac Mable said...

Oh the colouring and blending is fabulous around the light bulb. Gorgeous stamp set..loving the sentiment and how you've placed the bulb and run a line of bling, very creative x

Shawna said...

Wow!!! Thanks for shedding some light on the subjuct! This card really turns me on! Seriously, this card is really enlightening.. oh boy I just can't stop.. I want to ask how did you get such a true black. I am working on another project and I can't get a true black.. thanks for such a gorgeous card.

Kristie Goulet said...

LOVE the halo of light around the bulb! Awesome job!

Kim Heggins said...

Wonderful card...love that sweet light bulb.

Monika Reeck said...

Wooow so bright that gluhlampe..
You always have a clever Idea Cornelia..
again wonderful made
Ich hab dich vermiss...war last week near Koeln = Wippeefuerth...my sister heiratet..see my letzte Post dann findest du Ihr Hochzeitsphoto..
See you around sweety

Ela said...

Genial, so viel schwarz hätte ich mich nie getraut. Der Effekt ist super!

Diane said...

Clever! Well done!

Donna said...

Fantastic card! Love the illumination of the light bulb!! Thanks for joining the crew at SHOPPING OUR STASH for our "One is a Lonely Number" challenge this week!

Jingle said...

Very nice! I love how it shines! Thanks so much for joining us for Anything Goes on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge blog!

Bobby said...

I love how you made that bulb glow, Cornelia.