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Mix it up with the Muse

Hi Everyone,

 I have to get a card into the Ellen Hudson Mix it up challenge, before Mr. Linky closes....
I have been procrastinating over this challenge the entire time - had no clue what to make, but then I saw Anita's card over at the Muse challenge and it clicked!





I used my Ellen Hutson stamps to make this card - kept it one layer, since I love to do that and added Pretty Pink Posh sequins and some splatters.


I am also linking up with:
The Paper Players - went with those pretty colors

Happy Pi Day!


Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
Tolle Umsetzung von Anita's Karte! Kaum zu glauben, dass es eine OLC ist! Ich dachte, es wären ein paar die cuts dabei!
Hannelie said…
You nailed it Cornelia! Great use of the muse inspiration and those colors works so well!
Thanks for joining the Paper Players this week!
Joyce said…
Gorgeous card--and I cannot believe it is one layer--truly brilliant design. Love your pi day cartoon! Happy pi day to you.
Suchi said…
Such a beautiful card Cornelia!!! I loved the use of colors, layering, stamping, everything! :)
Suchi xx
Kylie said…
I really love the extra pop of colour you added to your card, Cornelia. LOVE it! xx
Ashwini Rao said…
Awesome spectacular card!! Great job, Cornelia!!
Jacquie Southas said…
Gorgeous! Love that you used 2 ink colors, Cornelia!
SonjaK said…
Die Vorgabe der Muse-Challenge habe ich sofort erkannt. Die Umsetzung ist dir super gelungen!
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Classy, funky and striking Cornelia, love your floral combo and well done on your win at last week's MUSE. So well deserved. x
Kim Heggins said…
Oh my...I love your fabulous Mother's Day card. So modern and fun.
papierelle said…
Die stilisierten Blüten, die Farben ... perfekt!!
LG Gundi
Nance Leedy said…
Gorgeous card, Cornelia. I love the wash of color behind the line images--so soft and lovely. Perfect for Mother's Day. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!
conil said…
I don't know how you managed this, but the card looks so layered and lovely and the color combo is fabulous.
cm said…
You've aced the challenges, Cornelia...love those scribbly flowers. Another fabulous cartoon; one I know that my dad, a former engineer, would have gotten a chuckle from!
Hugs~c
Ardyth said…
Bold and beautiful! So glad you joined us at Muse this week, Cornelia!
Anita in France said…
Gorgeous, Cornelia ... wonderfully bold and contemporary ... what an amazing sense of depth, I thought there were layers!! Hugs, Anita :)
Neets B said…
Love your colour blends here, Cornelia, and the bold and scribble lines look great together.
Thanks so much for playing along at Muse this week, Anita x

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