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STAMPloration Inspiration #70

Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!


My stamp supplies:
preview-ShirleyBampton_GroovyShoes  stmp1095.jpeg

Groovy shoes, A Girl and Her Shoes

I spritzed white card stock with yellow and pink. Let it dry. Added the black sentiment strip. Heat embossed the shoes and added some Washi tape. Did a little coloring of the shoes with Copic markers.



What's new for our Inspiration Project posts? We'll have a monthly random drawing -- 1 commenter wins a $10 gift certificate. So look at all those fabulous cards the Inspiration Girls made and leave them some love! It may pay off :)



A lot of the sets used in this inspiration post are from the new release. Right now you can get the pre-release bundle at 20% off over at the STAMPlorations shop!

Linking up with:
CAS Colours and Sketches



Happy Stamping!

Comments

Desire Fourie said…
Wow this is just so beautifully crafted. Adore the vibrant colours and oh so chic shoes.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}
Kim M said…
This is so fun and bright! Makes me think of summertime! :-)
maria f. said…
Well hello gorgeous! Now where are my sunglasses?!? Those bold colors work so well with that stamp.
Mac Mable said…
Vibrant and fun. Love the way you mix colours together, thank you for the inspiration.
Flo said…
Das sind ja Schuhe, auf/in denen niemand laugen kann , für die braucht man einen Waffenschein *lach kaputt* Der Hintergrund ist klasse, wie die ganze Karte.
Liebe Grüße
karen h said…
Fun card - love the splattered background! Thanks for playing along with us at CC&S!
Vicki Dutcher said…
Very cool! Love the hot colors~
Nora Noll said…
This is amazing!! I LOVE the fun colors and the way you arranged the shoes. FABULOUS card!!
conil said…
Oh my. Those shoes are hawt, hawt, hawt as is that background. Yowza! Love the shoes although I'd probably fall flat on my face if I tried to wear them. Still a girl can dream...maybe I'll just live vicariously through your awesome card.
Barb Ghig said…
WOW! Your inked and splattered background is amazing! Perfect for this fabulous pair of shoes, too! LOVE this awesome card!!!
Suchi said…
I am sure the lady is gorgeous! Those shoes are Ah-mazing!!! LOVE the splatters! :)
Suchi xx
Sarn said…
Thanks for the inspiration . . . because I notice this shoe stamp will be a FREE stamp on the cover of next month's CRAFT STAMPER mag (heads up everyone!).

Brilliant sunshiney card.

Hugs, Sarn xxx
Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE this colorful background! So awesome! Love the pop of black too!
I Card Everyone said…
Oh to be able to wear shoes like this!!! I am happy just ogling yours! Fabulous card - WOW is that background ever cool!
=]
Anita in France said…
Wow, what an amazing background, Cornelia ... bright, vibrant and so splattery ... and so cool with those funky shoes! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
Va va voom with these heels, Cornelia! One hot card for sure!
Hugs~c
BożenA said…
Hi Cornelia! I am full of admiration for your creativity. What did you do with these stamps it is amazing. This is the perfect card for a woman confident for successful women. This card is 1000% women. I adore her. I love these unusual, bold colors!
Hugs,
BożenA
Patricia Hays said…
The splattered background is great! Thanks for sharing your card at CC&S.
cghundley said…
Too fun! The
shoes are neat.
Carla from Utah
Unknown said…
Cornelia - what an awesome background, and the shoes are such fun too. Thanks for joining us at CAS Colours & Sketches. Liz x
Lena_J said…
Loving this background, and the washie tape matched the stilettos perfect :-)

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