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One Layer Simplicity Challenge

Hi Everyone,

I don't want to miss out one the OLS challenge and I am in dire need of birthday cards....Besides that I really liked my last iStencil card in green, so I decided to do another one in green, but with a birthday sentiment.


I used this iStencil in its smallest size -
btw the company is located in New Hampshire:

49-00008 R SC

The sentiment is by Winnie & Walter.


Also linking up with:
Amusing challenge - shades of green
Craft Stamper Magazine - take a stamp (birthday stamp)
Winnie & Walter - join in to win

Grab Our Badge!


And here is my second card - made that for the Your Next Stamp challenge:


Used my YNS stamps and a Lifestyle Crafts egg die. Added sequins and Bakers twine. I doodled faces onto the bunnies.


Used the YNS colors, see below.

Also linking up with:
TCP Tuesday - Bunnies

YNScolor-34TCPTUES310

Happy Stamping!

Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
Dieses frische Grün tut einfach so gut, vor allem in dieser Jahreszeit! Wieder mal toll gestenciled! Die Osterkarte ist auch süss!
conil said…
zyou're just knocking these cards out right and left...and each one is so unique. Loved that stencil so much, I bought it, but have yet to use it (I'm a baaaad girl). You're inspiring me to get busy with it. And that second card is nothing short of adorable. You nailed the colors.
hellerlittle said…
wow, dieser Stencil begeistert mich immer wieder bei deinen Karten...
muss wirklich mal sehen ob der in Deutschland zu bekommen ist.
2 Tolle Karten (aber was schreib ich, ist ja immer so bei dir *zwinker)
LG hellerlittle
Mac Mable said…
That stencil and how you use it is stunning and so very eye catching. Gorgeous shades of green and loving how you've done the bottom half, very creative idea .
Shona Chambers said…
That's so funny how we both went for a layering design and used the colours as well. Great minds definitely think alike! Yours is so cute and I love those bright green eggs. And that birthday card of yours is so cool, I just love that die, its amazing how 3D it is. You could link that at Less is More as well because their theme is 'One layer sentiment', this would be perfect!!
cm said…
Again, that eye-catching stencil used in such fabulous fashion! Actually, the impression of a 'bulge' looks the way my stomach does after too many chocolate egg indulgences *grin* Your trio of peeps, nestled atop the polka-dot eggs: adorable!
Hugs~c
Ruth said…
I absolutely love that stencil - and that it looks so clean on the card. It's so eye catching. Love the green. xx
Chana Malkah said…
Both projects are appealing and very nicely crafted! Love that stencil! Thanks so much for sharing with us here at Shopping Our Stash!
Hugz,
Chana, DT
Donna said…
Both cards are fantastic! I love that stencil as well! Thanks so much for playing along with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH for our "Oh Me Lucky Charms" challenge!!
tonilea said…
I love your card with the istencil. What size stencil did you purchase to fit the front of a standard 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 inch card? Is that a company in the USA? Thanks so much!
Monika Reeck said…
cuutee egg in green hihi and is thats Gummy bearly?? so adorable in that colors Cornelia
and the first card
you show us again how great your shading and how beautiful this stencil
I try to do catch up
but cant all sweety
I will do my best
cause I must making card for DT too aah ahh I will more than 24 stunde a day hehe
Nancy Thomas said…
Both cards are so pretty. Love the rainbow of bunnies on the second one. Thank you for playing in the TCP Tuesday challenge at The Cat's Pajamas for a second time.
Flo said…
Beide Karten gefallen mir ausnehmend gut.
Die Stencilkarte hast du mal wieder mit meinem Lieblingsstencil gemacht.
Die Osterkarte ist richtig frisch und frühlingshaft geworden!!!
GLG
Chris said…
so cool! Thanks for playing along with my Amusing Challenge this week and congrats on making Top 3!
Rosmarie said…
Diese Schablone ist ein echter Hit und was du damit zauberst ist sooo verdammt schön!!
Die Osterkarte ist auch supi!
Brenda said…
The stenciling is amazing, but I'm here for the bunnies which are so cute! I'm so glad you shared with us at The Cat's Pajamas TCP Tuesday challenge.
Sid said…
Loving your stencilled card !!
Anita in France said…
You always do amazing things with that fantastic stencil, Cornelia ... this is another stunner ... and those sweet bunnies are so cute! Hugs, Anita :)

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