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Uniko Challenge Reminder

 Hi Everyone,

I have the honor of making a reminder card for the Uniko challengeThe theme for the current challenge is Easter/Spring! 

Beverly was really generous and sent me a lot of digi stamps from Uniko to use for this card. Little did she know that I am a digidiot (digital idiot). So I putzed around basically forever and could not get the grouping I wanted with the outline flowers. Worked without problems with those black ones. So I finally gave up....

Printed the black flowers onto water color paper. Took watercolors and puddled around them - it has a kind of tropical spring feel. I hope you forgive me, but this is the best I could do.... forward a day. Did some thinking....
and here is card #2

I figured I can just print some of those pretty flowers, color them (used water colors) and cut them out! I popped them up with foam tape. The background I made with an iStencil. I also added tickle to the center of those flowers.
The inspiration for this card I got at the Time Out challenge, where Marjan made that fabulous card:

Time to invest into some real Uniko stamps!!!!!
I hope you play along - I certainly am - with card #2!

Also linking up with :
Seize the Birthday - birthday theme with optional water (water color)
CAS(E) this sketch - see below

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Happy stamping!


Flo said…
Zwei Karten, die unterschiedlicher nicht sein können!!!
Bei der oberen habe ich sofort die Assoziation eines Vulkanausbruchs, wenn ich den Hintergrund betrachte.
Ich liebe Vulkanausbrüche, aber nur aus der Ferne und am liebsten im Fernsehen. Da werden sie immer so spektakulär gezeigt und man ist auf der sicheren Seite.
Die zweite Karte scheint passend für eine ältere Dame - oder??? - farbmäßig meine ich - oder??? Aber trotzdem schön.
Liebe Grüße
Lindsey said…
even though you found the digi images a challenge you've managed to create 2 fab cards! Love the colours of the second and your striped background x Lindsey
Marianne said…
Happy you did some rethinking. As much as I like the first card with the bold colours, I do think that your second card is so much more Spring-like. Love the soft colours against that fun stencilled background.
Jane said…
Two absolutely stunning cards! Great to have you as Uniko Guest Designer this month.
Alle blumig und trotzdem doch unterschiedlich. Eins haben sie aber gemeinsam, sie schauen alle toll aus!
Liebe Grüße und schöne Ostertage
Monika Reeck said…
oth are beautiful Cornelia
the black one also stunning with that water color background and the second one I adore the green behind the flower so beautifully made my friend
see you again on my Card today I just have time to posting again
hugs and I miss your visit :)
conil said…
Well, to me the other digidiot, these say your kind of a digigenius. Impressed with the way you made those black flowers really pop. The watercoloring is fabulous...and the second card made me swallow my gum...Wow! You really know how to use those flowers now.
Susanne Vargas said…
Ich habe auch nicht keine Erfahrung mit digistamps (obwohl ich einige runtergeladen habe, aber ich vergesse sie immer), aber du hast eine gute Lösung gefunden! Gut sind sie geworden, deine Karten. Der Hintergrund der zweiten gefällt mir besonders gut!
Frohe Ostern,
Lena_J said…
Beautiful cards, i loved the one with black flowers. So different and creative :-)
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Oooh! More stunning cards, super pretty, striking and vibrant.
Great to have you as our guest designer at Uniko again Cornelia.
Sarah x
Mac Mable said…
Bold and fun colours on the first card and love the delicate second card, gorgeous colours and such a beautiful card x Digi's are a mystery to me x
Vicki Dutcher said…
I love both these cards -- that first one reminds me of Hawaii -- a volcano going on in the bg - it turned out amazing! Leave it to you to make a 2nd fabulous inspired card -- totally awesome.
Anita in France said…
These are both just lovely, Cornelia ... the first is deliciously dramatic with those dark blooms against the tropical colours ... and the second is soft and delicate and dreamy ... the flowers are fab against that cool background! Delighted to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)
Colleen said…
Oh My!! Stunning cards, the second is my favorite, and so glad you joined us at Seize the Birthday! I love the colors your chose and the layout of the flowers! Beautiful!!
Kim Heggins said…
Two beautiful cards!
Lynn said…
Two absolutely gorgeous cards Cornelia. Love your coloring! Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!
Beverley said…
You already know how much I LOVE these two beauties ;) Simply gorgeous and lovely to have you as a GD for us at Uniko and thanks for linking up to the challenge too. Hugs Bev x
Glenda J said…
These are gorgeous! The colours are gorgeous & quite striking. Thanks for playing along with Seize the Birthday.
Both cards are absolutely GORGEOUS!!!

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