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Muse Christmas Vision #38

Hi Everyone,

I am playing along with the Muse Christmas Vision - this time it is Maria Fischer from Riesling Mama, who made a real fun card for us!



I  did not have suitable PP, so I took my SS stencil and made some grey snow. The wonky Christmas Tree is from Hero Arts, colored with Copics and added an enamel dot. The pretty sentiment is by Stampendous.

And that is Maria's inspiration card:


Another look:


So, are you inspired? I bet you are!

Also linking up with:
One Layer Christmas Card challenge  - anything Christmas
Merry Monday - card based on a Christmas carol - mine is "Oh Christmas Tree"

   

Comments

Suchi said…
Such a cutie pie card! :)
Suchi xx
Flo said…
Ach, wie schön!!! Solch ein Weihnachtsbaum geht auch im März durch!!!
Liebe Grüße
Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE your take on Maria's card! Awesome! Thank you for joining us at Merry Monday! xoxo
Kate said…
Ohhhh, I just LOVE your fun, bright card!! So clever to add grey snow too! I wouldn't have thought of that but it's perfect!

Kate
Small Bits of Paper
conil said…
Clearly, you don't need patterned paper. You use your imagination (something I envy). This is the perfect CASE of the inspiration piece. KUDOS!
Mac Mable said…
Fabulous take on the card. Fun and contemporary and the grey snow is so very clever.
maria f. said…
What a fun take on my wonky tree!
Bonnie said…
What a fun Christmas tree, Cornelia! I love the bright colors and the stenciled snow! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday!
G Peplow said…
That is really great, I love your splattered background and the cute tree :D x
Ruth said…
Lovely!! I saw Maria's card, and now I might just have to enter too.... need to find a Christmas tree somewhere!!! xx
Susan Powell said…
LOVE the colorful, fun card you created!
Fabiola said…
Super jolie Cornelia, quelle merveilleuse idée pour ce thème, biz
Debbie Bonczek said…
Love your adorable card. That tree is super cute.
Greta said…
Super cute card, Cornelia! Love that you get so much interest in a 1 layer card!
Loll said…
This is such a fun card Cornelia! Love the snow and that sweet, bright tree! Great job CASEing Maria. xx

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