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Stencil Outlining withCornelia

Hi Everyone,

here is my card for the STAMPlorations spotlight post:

You can see the full tutorial over at the STAMPlorations blog!

Linking up with:
Rubber Dance - see inspiration picture
Seize the Birthday - anything birthday
Can you CASE it - any three colors (light green, darker green, orange)



Mac Mable said…
Such a fun card, vibrant colours and great idea about outlining the stencil with a pen then moving it slightly to add the ink x
Suchi said…
Brilliant technique-wonderful card! :)
Suchi xx
Bibi Lindahl said…
Thank you for entering your lovely card to our March challenge at Rubber Dance ♥
I really like what you did with the leaf stencil - very cool result!
Shirley said…
Great technique. Love your card!
papierelle said…
Das Nichtperfekte ist hier das Perfekte!! Tolle Karte!!
LG Gundi
Flo said…
Klasse, vor allem das versetzte grün!!!
Und die orangen Blüten runden das Ganze noch ab,
sodass mit dem Spruch die Karte einfach klasse ist.
Liebe Grüße
Monika Reeck said…
I have that stencil and you give me an idea wooow I love it
and I have that happy bday stamp too
ach I want to CASE ing your card Cornelia may I
this is so beautiful love that combo of orange and green
oh ja gestern habe ich probe arbeit
und mein Mann in Pasing hat ein OP at seine Nase
Ich war traurig dass ich nicht dabei kann..aber alles gut gelaufen meine Probe arbeit auch
hoffentlich bekomme ich soon the job (amen)
please pray for me Cornelia
many thanks before
Unknown said…
What a neat card ~ I love how those colors pop right off the card! ~ Thanks for joining us at CYCI ~ Wynne
Colleen said…
Stunning card...those leaves just pop right out because they are so bright and gorgeous colors! And your pop of orange little flowers, just the right touch! Thank you for playing at Seize the Birthday!
shirley-bee said…
Gorgeous! I love the juicy colour scheme and the offset stencilling.
conil said…
Very tropical isle-ish. Just where I'd love to be now. Honestly, this truly is lovely and, oh so, soothing.
cm said…
Your leaves have an almost 3-D effect with this technique, creating a WOW factor for me, especially with the addition of the pop of colur orange blooms! Thank you for sharing yet another way to use one of my most favourite stencils....
Kim Heggins said…
Sweet your wonderful leaves!
Unknown said…
Absolutely lovely and serene card! I love the leaves with the flowers along with the colors you used. Thanks for playing along with CYCI. ~Pam, DT.
Eva Bussom said…
I love this! Incredible design! Thanks for joining CYCI :) Eva
Susanne Rose said…
Die Karte ist toll geworden!!! Vielen Danke für Deine Teilnahme bei der Rubber Dance Challenge!Hugs, Susanne.
Unknown said…
Love your card! Great colors they pop! Thanks for joining CYCI! Laura
Aileen said…
Love how you have used the stencil, the card is fantastic. Colours as usual perfect.
Aileen said…
Cant remember if I hit publish or not, so doing it again just in case. Brilliant card, love how you used the stencil by adding outlines. Colours perfect.
Anita in France said…
Such luscious colours, Cornelia ... love how you offset the outlining on those lovely leaves! Hugs, Anita :)
Glenda J said…
What a wonderful design! The bold colours with white & black is so striking. Great job! Thanks for playing along with Seize the Birthday.
Bobby said…
What a great technique, Cornelia. I must try it, if I have the right kind of stencil. It looks wondrful with those leaves.
ionabunny said…
Very striking with the brights against the white. Thanks for joining the Rubber Dance challenge. Hugz

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