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Guest Designer for Uniko

Hi Everyone,

I am so honored to be guest designer for the Uniko challenge! Berverly is just so sweet and her stamps are amazing. Soon I will have some of my own, but for now I have to do with whatever is in my stash.

The theme for the current challenge is Easter/Spring! 


I pulled out my brand new Papertrey eggs and heat embossed them in white. Sponged an ombre background with distress inks and added the sentiment (also by Papertrey). I die cut this panel with a stitched die from Simon Says. I also added tiny dabs of Stickles to the eggs.


I hope you all play along!

Linking up with:
Inkspirational - pink and grey
AAA challenge - Easter
The Card Concept - see photo below - going with clean and graphic
Just Add Ink - add E (Easter)


Comments

Suchi said…
That's one amazing way to combine challenges and come up with such a beauty!! Loved this card! :)
Suchi xx
Lindsey said…
Love the bright pink and great ombre effect. Gorgeous!
Aileen said…
Congrats on being Guest Designer on Uniko blog, well deserved. Wonderful card, love those new egg stamps and the soft blending. All perfect.
Deborah Frings said…
So glad to have you join us as our Guest Designer this month. I love your Easter card! Those eggs are just wonderful and the ombre shading is knockout! Hugs, Deborah DT xx
Mac Mable said…
Very contemporary and creative to use these colours for Easter. Absolutely love the ombre effect and this gorgeous card.
Jane said…
Fabulous pink ombre effect and the patterns on the eggs are just amazing. Great to have you as Uniko Guestie this month.
papierelle said…
Die Eier mit den grafischen Mustern sind ja total schön!! Tolle Karte!
LG Gundi
sandie said…
congrats on being GD at Uniko. I love the ombre background. Thanks for taking part in Ink and The Card Concept x
Susanne Vargas said…
Oh, die ist aber schön! Man muss diese Eier gar nicht unbedingt ausmalen!
Darnell said…
Congratulations on guest designing for Beverley, Cornelia! You've done an amazing ombre Easter egg card!! I love the addition of the stickles, too, and bet this is one of those cards that's much more sparkly and gorgeous IRL!! Hugs, Darnell
conil said…
Pretty in pink...perfect ombre and love the grey sentiment. Cornelia's masterpiece.
Pam said…
This is a gorgeous card! Great way to combine all those challenges.
Sazzle Dazzle said…
OOOOH! Eye-popping as ever Cornelia! Inked and stamped to perfection, scrumptious colours, Easter-tastic and just thrilled to bits to have you guest designing with us at Uniko this month. Oh and thanks for playing along at AAA Cards with this one too. Sarah x
Kim Heggins said…
Simply stunning card Cornelia....just love your amazing stamping, what an elegant card for Easter.
Monika Reeck said…
Papertrey Eggs
so adorable
and so great ombre effect on your card
einfach GENIAL CARD Cornelia
and lovely idea to joining all the challenges...good luck meine Freundin :)
Lilian said…
Beautiful!!!
Thank you for joining us at The Card Concept!
Lilian
The Leaf Studio
Jan said…
This is so pretty Cornelia! I love the ombré effect you have created and the designs and pattern of the eggs is a fabulous effect! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week :-)
Debbie said…
Your embossing/sponging is beautiful! Thanks for joining us at The Card Concept!
Flo said…
Klasse diese Eierkarte!!!
GLG
Shelly said…
This is sooo pretty!! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!
Greta said…
Congrats on being the GD, Cornelia! Beautiful inking & I have lots of stamps that would work for this--thanks for the inspiration!
maria f. said…
Congrats on your GD. Your card is fabulous.
myworldofcraft said…
I love this because it's so different, it really caught my eye.
Rochelle Blok said…
That is one fantastic card Cornelia! I love everything about it! Colours, ombre, eggs, sentiment. Love, love love it! Thanks for playing along this week at Just Add Ink. Rochelle xo
KimB said…
Oh this reminds me of dyeing and decorating eggs for easter as a child Cornelia :) I love your ombre sponging and the gorgeous details of the ornate eggs. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.
Anonymous said…
Fabulous egg shapes. Lots of ways these could be used. Love the embossed look. Chantell JAI
This is such a beautiful Easter card! I love how you've created this card - those eggs look wonderful. Thanks for joining us at JAI this week!
Gorgeous ! The eggs are beautiful and I just love the ombré! Thanks for joining us at the Card Concept!
Love your colours and your embossing!
cm said…
WOW! This is one amazing, beautiful card to announce your role as GD for Uniko! Talk about impact! Love this...so classy!
hugs~c
Annette Allen said…
wow this card is gorgeous.. LOVE the pink and awesome embossing.. thanks for joining us at Little Tangles Challenge.
cm said…
I'm back, still dazzled with a second helping of this gorgeous card, to say: Thank you x 100000 for sharing your creativity in the Inkspirational Pink and Grey challenge!
Hugs~c
Bobby said…
You've lined those eggs up perfectly, Cornelia, and the ombre inking really sets them off.
Anita in France said…
Beautiful, Cornelia ... such gorgeous stamping and sponging ... a true stunner! I'm so behind ... the most behind I've ever been ... it's been a smidge busy! Off to have a meander through all your recent creations and admire ... will be back with a comment or two along the way! Hugs, Anita :)
Jaklena said…
Gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!

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