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Muse Christmas Vision #36


Hi Everyone,

How exciting - my first card for the Muse Christmas Vision team!

 I made a card that hopefully inspires you to play along. I had that idea in my head for a long time and was waiting for an appropriate challenge - that never happened. I am so happy I finally had a reason to make it :)


So its basically a silhouette in front of an ombre background. That silhouette die is by Paper Smooches, as is the sentiment. The stars are by Memory Box, the stitched die is SSS and the sun is a punch.


Can't wait to see what you create!

Linking up with:

Little Tangles - ombre
Craft Stamper Magazine - take a stamp (sentiment)
House of Cards - Silhouette

  

Comments

!neke said…
Just beautiful !!!!!
That sun and the silhouette , love it !

Ineke XX
Julie B said…
Gorgeous sky and congrats on your 1st DT post with Muse Christmas Visions. :)
Di said…
Totally stunning Cornelia! LOVE the colours with the moon and that wonderful silhouette - the stars are such a clever 'pop' of contrast too!

Thank you for coming to play in the Snippets Playground :)

Hugs

Di xx
Mac Mable said…
Another striking card. That silhouette is so powerful against the fabulous ombre background that you have created, very striking.
Bonnie said…
This is so beautifully dramatic, Cornelia! WOW! Love that rich night sky!
Stephanie L said…
This is breathtakingly beautiful, Cornelia. So simple, yet so striking. The colors are gorgeous and the design is perfection.
Monica Maier said…
It's gorgeous Cornelia! Hoping I get time to set and play along!
conil said…
Practically swallowed my tongue when I saw this masterpiece. It's truly gorgeous. Wow!
shirley-bee said…
Absolutely beautiful!
Marybeth said…
Wow, this looks awesome! Yes, you have inspired me!
Susanne Vargas said…
Diese Abendszene ist wirklich atemberaubend! Diese Silhouettestanze ist super!
Vicki Dutcher said…
Serious stunning sponging!gorgeous card!
Cathy said…
Wow! Stunning card Cornelia, Cathy x
BożenA said…
This card brings so much peace ... beautiful twilight, which promises an extraordinary night. I love the ombre background, and perfectly matched details (perfect fit silhouette of the tower to the circle of the sun). This makes the card is unusual.
hugs,
BozenA
Kim M said…
This is gorgeous! Your ombré background looks amazing! I will try to play along CV: Muse. I'd love to try and CASE your card! :-)
Di said…
Hi Cornelia! I'm so sorry, I only just realised that this fabulous card is your second entry this week. I know you don't want to be entered for the prize but if I leave the card there it does knock the numbers/odds out when I run the Random Number thingy.

So, I hope you won't mind but I'm going to delete it - such a shame as it's a real star as well. Remember though, I don't mind a bit of back linking so if you want to link it on or after Sunday for next week then that would be fine.

We did have a lot of discussion on the blog about the decision to ease my load by sticking with just one entry per week - but I think that may well have been whilst you were in Germany for your lovely Mum's funeral.

I hope you'll still come and play!

Hugs

Di xx
cm said…
Breath. Taken. Away! In awe and rendered speechless...WOW!
Hugs~c
You did a fantastic blending! Your card is gorgeous! I will try to play along, I have a card in my mind, should find time for crafting and posting ;) Thank you for inspiration
Annette Allen said…
wow your card is fabulous.. Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles..
Fran Gibson said…
What ink colors did you blend for your awesome twilight sky, please?
Beautiful!
Thanks for joining us at Christmas Card Challenges this week!
Monica - CCC DT
Suchi said…
I am speechless seeing this card! I frankly don't know how closely would I CASE this beauty or could I even think of it? But let me see what I can do about it! ;)
Mandy LaCroix said…
Gorgeous card! WOW! :)
Thanks for sharing it over at Christmas Card Challenges!
Monika Reeck said…
PERFECTO SPONGING
and agree with all lady that sun is adorable shading
and the behind color ooh I looveee it
how can you blended the color so great
do you have copic marker for blending it Cornelia
again einfach GENIAL card!!!
Bobby said…
Your inking is gorgeous, Cornelia. I'm still trying to figure out how to come close to this for an entry.
Flo said…
Der Hintergrund sieht aus wie Regenbogenpapier.
Klasse mit dieser Stadtsilhouette davor!!!
GLG
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous, gorgeous card!! <3
Rosali


www.instagram.com/ilovestamping
Shelly said…
This is gorgeous!! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!
Cornelia, this is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for joining us at House of Cards this month. I hope you'll join us again soon.

Hugs,
Em AKA Creative Em
House of Cards DT
Mynn xx said…
Such a fun card, Cornelia! I love the great colors you used for the background! Thank you for joining us at House of Cards! HUGS! :) Mynn xx
Shawna said…
Okay Cornelia! Just when I think you have out done yourself you come out with something even more outstanding!! I agree with Bozena this card does bring so much peace. The colors are vivid but the tone is so simple and calm.. your sun is spectacular.. Oh yeah your silhouette is beautifully done as well.. I mean really Cornelia, how are you going to top this gem!! I know I will eating those words the next card you make.. Excellent job my friend!! and yes, thank you so much for joining us at HOC.. It is always a pleasure to see your work..
Cyber hugs,
Shawna
Rosmarie said…
WOW Cornelia, eine fantastisch Karte! Die Stanze ist echt toll, ....und was für ein großartiger Hintergrund dazu!!!
Vielen Dank sie uns bei House of Cards zu zeigen.
LG Rosi
Anita in France said…
Wow, what a stunning debut, Cornelia ... awesome background sponging ... rich, vibrant and so magical! Hugs, Anita :)
Linda said…
This is stunning! Thank you for joining in with the Craft Stamper challenge. Linda xx
kartkadopolski said…
Absolutely love it. Amazing ombre effect. Beautiful composition.
Thank you for sharing your project with all of us at House of Cards Fabruary Challenge: Silhouette

Katarzyna Ewa

my blog [ candy next week]
DT craftyenjoyments.co.uk
DT House of Cards
Julie B said…
I liked it the first time and I still do! Hope you had a fab Christmas. :)

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