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STAMPloration Inspiration #72

Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!

My stamp supplies:


I was inspired by this work of street art, I found on Pinterest. I love street art and have a Street Art board on Pinterest - feel free to check it out!

STREET ART UTOPIA - We declare the world as our canvas:

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 :)

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Happy Stamping!


*Vicki* said…
Stunning card!! Love this great set and how you've used it here!
Mac Mable said…
What fabulous inspiration you've found there. Love how you've interpreted it. Glorious colours x
Flo said…
Wenn ich deine tolle Karte sehe, sollte ich doch auch mal wieder bei STAMPloration mitmachen.
Das Schiff sieht aus, als käme es direkt aus dem Sonnenuntergang.
Klasse gemacht.
Liebe Grüße
Anita in France said…
What a fantastic scene, Cornelia ... seems that liner is just bursting through the sunshine into a new day ... crossing the date line maybe! Hugs, Anita :)
shirley-bee said…
Oh, wow! Love the card, and I love your street art inspiration. I'm off to Pinterest to check out the rest of them :)
conil said…
My daughter loves street art as well but her Pinterest board is so sparse compared to your. This liner looks amazing on your card...the background knocks me out. Talk about beautiful.
Aileen said…
Stunning, love that strong orange on the card. Looks brilliant.
I Card Everyone said…
Cornelia this is spectacular! I, too, love street art - especially those that are 3D - would love to see them in person ... until then, I'm off to check out your Pinterest board!
maria f. said…
I remember saying "whoa" when I saw your card on the DT blog. Just said it again upon seeing that killer street art. So cool!
Vicki Dutcher said…
awesome inspired card - that street art is amazing inspiration
Kim Heggins said…
Simply stunning card...just love your amazing coloring.
Monika Reeck said…
woooww a manly card you did the best too wooowww wooowww and woooww
Love the sunshine behind the ship
cool and the whole picture looks like someone painted
your card always AMAZING Sweet Cornelia
this one one of my fav from your manly card
cm said…
An amazing scene, Cornelia; street art stellar! So, you know how I have bird terror, right? Well, right up there are boats...not boats so much as the 'underside' of the boat (the hull?) that's underwater. Creeps me out and yes, quite irrational. As you can guess, cruises are NOT on my radar (neither are they on my husband's, so whew. Don't have to feel guilty about depriving him of a 'ship-themed holiday). I also do not like swimming pools, especially when they're drained of water. Go figure! I do, however, delight in your card!!

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