Skip to main content

Hello to all my Irish Friends!

Hi Everyone,

I am getting back into the swing of things....
Today I have a really green card - in honor of St. Patrick's Day!

I used this cool iStencil to make this card.

27-00107 R SC

I sponged it first, then added clear embossing paste and let it dry. Then I added some more color to the edges, making the clear embossed pattern stand out more. Added the "hello" die cut - its from Mama Elephant. The clover is a Marta Stewart punch.

Linking up with:

Stamping Royalty - going green
Cut it up - St. Patty's Day
Sparkle and Shine - see inspiration photo
Inkspirational - geometric
Stamping Smiles Designs - Tic Tac Toe - green, gold, photo
Double Click Skittles - lots of green
I love Stampin' Royalty Challenges

Happy Stenciling!


Susanne Vargas said…
Schön, dass du wieder zurück bist! Die Karte schaut spitze aus, der Stencil ist echt cool, besonders mit der clear embossing paste!
Suchi said…
I love this stencil! Your card is gorgeous!! :)
Suchi xx
Mimi said…
Oh wow, what a trippy card! Try looking at this on St. Patty's after a couple whiskeys! :-)
Julie B said…
Fab, love this trip back to my youth when we had these OP Art posters all over our bedrooms. Can still see the ad on the back of my Sounds music paper for them! :)
papierelle said…
Oh wieder so ein geniales Kärtchen, optische Täuschung perfekt. Bekommt man die in einen normalen Briefumschlag, so mit dem dicken Bauch?? ..*zwinker*
LG Gundi
Flo said…
Du hast immer so tolle Ideen!!! da bleibt einem fast der Atem weg.
Liebe Grüße
Monika Reeck said…
wooooww that stencil is cool
looks like it is a ball behind your card and it push your card
coool coool love that cloves too
sweet green card Cornelia
are you come back to USA
big hugs for you ...I hope you are taft girl...I feel sad for you too my friend :(
Mac Mable said…
Just love this stencil and the fabulous and vibrant colours you've used. Such a stand out card.
Just how amazing is your card, when it came up in my dashboard I had to pop over. :)

Wow, how cool is that stencil, oh it's tempting to buy one, Cornelia.
..... but kinda on a ban at moment :(

Thanks so much for sharing, Shaz in Oz.x

{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}
Shirley said…
WOW, this is a really neat card. Love the stencil as well as the colors you used.
Is the card 3D, or does it just look 3D? Either way, it's cool!

Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up for our St. Patty's Day challenge!

Ardyth said…
Oh my word - I want to touch that - I can't believe that it's flat! You make the coolest cards!
Kristie Goulet said…
Such a COOL card, Cornelia! I have this stencil and you have inspired me to get it out and use it! xoxo
conil said…
Begorrah! Love this stencil...and in green, color of Spring, St. Patrick and the Emerald Isle. This one is stunning and fresh. Beautiful.
Marybeth said…
This is crazy amazing!!!!! Wow!!!! Looks like a ball under the card! Love this ,Cornelia!
Nora Noll said…
This is AMAZING!! I LOVE the way you used that stencil and with the green it is so striking. Fabulous design!!
Bobby said…
I think I saw you use that stencil before, Cornelia. I was amazed then and amazed now. It is so cool looking and adding the translucent paste and darker edges really does make the center pop.
Sensationelle Karte, so farbintensiv und schön!
Ganz liebe Grüsse Elisabeth
Anita in France said…
Spectacular, Cornelia ... such delicious intense colour, fabulous shimmer and shine ... and that 3D-ness ... WOW! Hugs, Anita :)
Rosmarie said…
Die ist wirklich verblüffend! Toll dieses fetzige Grün!!
Wow this looks amazing!
This card is a real WOW! I love this stencil! The color is just so vibrant and eye catching! The gold sentiment is perfect! SO happy you joined us at Sparkle & Shine!
Kim M said…
Fantastic card Cornelia! Super cool effect! :-)
Nonni said…
What a special stencil and very cool look! So artsy and fun. Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational!
Kim Heggins said…
Cornelia....this is just one fabulous card. Love that wonderful green!
Tracie Pond said…
This is really interesting. At first glance it made me think of a disco ball. Great pop of gold.
Tracie Pond
Stamping Smiles Designs
Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge
Design Team Member
This card is AMAZING! Its dimension blows me up!Thank you so much for joining us at SSD Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge.
Olesya, DT
Ruth said…
Wow, what a super card! I love the stencil you used and the way you colored it and added the clear embossing paste!
Pia Larsen said…
Awesome! Cool stencil!!
Thank you for playing with us at INK for our Geometric Challenge.
Hope to see you again in our next challenge :)
Pia xx
Unknown said…
Thats too cool!! Love the 3D look to this! and the gold is just lovely!!
Thanks so much for playing along with us at Stamping Smile designs Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge!
Waving My Wand said…
That is too darn cool! It totally looks like a big bubble popping out! Thanks for joining the DoubleClick Skittles Challenge. Terri ~Skittles Design Team
Lori said…
That card is so cool, I love the way it turned out!

Thanks for joining us over at Doubleclick Skittles Challenge!
cm said…
That is one way cool stencil for a way cool St. Patrick's Day card! Ingenious!
What a great stencil! Thanks for joining us over at the DoubleClick Skittles Challenge! DT Member Carri~Abusybee Skittles!
BożenA said…
Wow! The three-dimensional effect is so huge that I want to reach for the ball and hurl my cats! They've been waiting for I'll do it :-) You you created an unusual card.
Salima said…
That is so sweet!

Popular posts from this blog

Easter Egg and Bunny

Hi Everyone, I made a bunch of Easter cards, after all its little more than one month and I need to send them out in time... You see, they are all similar - using both the die cut and the negative, that I cut from a die cut egg. The cute bunnies got their yearly appearance - they are from Impression Obsession. the egg is by Lifestyle Crafts. The sentiment is by Papertrey. And here are bigger photos from this set: Linking up with Creative with Stamps - Easter The Paper Players - die cutting Die Cut Divas - animals Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies

Dandelion and Christmas Trees

Hi  Everyone, I am getting tired of making Christmas cards.... I needed a break from them. I love the inspiration picture for the current Sunday stamps challenge , so I pulled out my ancient Hero Arts stamp to make this card.  The sentiment is by Unity stamps. Did some masking and sponging. I also performed a little surgery on my stamp, as those falling dandelion seeds are attached to the main stamp. Just a little cut with my Exacto knife and I set them free! I am also linking up with: Mod Squad Challenge  - Anything but Christmas (exactly how I feel....) Happy Little Stampers Dec CAS Challenge   -  Favorite Technique (sponging is my favorite)    But I do have a Christmas card for you, in fact I  made two - they are slightly different - do you see it? My materials are: tree dies - Papertrey, sentiment - Simon Says stamps, some punches, gingham stamp - Stampin' up, PP cut with a die by Paper Smooches, added a little bit of Stickles to the tre

So Suzy Stamps November Blog Hop

Hi Everybody! Welcome to the November So Suzy Stamps Design Team Blog Hop! Perhaps you arrived form the talented Martha from Stampartpapel. My So Suzy stamp supplies : I used a paint chip and stamped the baubles in Versamark ink. Then I heat embossed them in silver. Fuzzy cut them and glued them onto a dry embossed card stock. Added a sliver embroidery thread and silver Washi tape. Heat embossed the sentiment in silver on a torn strip of vellum/ Added enamel dots and sequins. Your next stop on the hop is Olesya - she makes the most amazing cards! You can't miss her! In case you get lost, here is the full line-up:  So Suzy blog Justine Martha Cornelia - you are here Olesya Josefine Giada Ceal Monica Nupur Of course we have prizes: $25 gift certificate to So Suzy Stamps Christmas Bunkie Bag - leave a comment for your chance to win! You have until November 5th to do that. And the best of all - we'