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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies June Challenge

Hi Everyone,

i am back with a card for the Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies June Challenge!


 As the challenge says - ANYTHING is possible, just use your dies! This card I made with a left over negative die cut from Poppy Dies I kept in my stash basically forever.... Thanks to that trick with the Glad Press'n Seal I learned form Jennifer McGuire it was not that difficult to transfer all those fiddly little pieces....


The Birthday die is by Simon Says and the happy stamp is by HLS - the birthday set. Added some sequins.


So come on and play along - that's what you can win:


Happy Die Cutting!

15 comments:

Ruth said...

Love it! Love the design - it's very striking and without press n seal, you'd have lost patience I imagine! Beautifully put together :) xx

*Vicki* said...

Just beautiful!! Really love the shimmer on your design!! :)

laurie said...

Beautiful! What a great idea..sounds like a fun technique too!

Aileen Ryan said...

Great card Cornelia, love the card stock you used and the die I reckon half the time it looks more striking in the negative. Wonderful card and like you I love that Press n Seal. I have found you can reuse too so when I empty a piece I wrap it round the table leg( which is thick wood) and just grab that next time I need it. Also decorate the table rim and legs with masking tape that is reusable lol.

Susanne Vargas said...

Die schimmert aber schön! Natürlich muss man so was aufheben und verwenden!

Suchi said...

Wowzer!!! Such a beautiful card!!! :)
Suchi xx

Fongyi Goh said...

What a beautiful elegant design! I have to look up that technique, thanks for sharing!

Flo said...

Klasse!!! Beim Anblick dieser Karte setzt sich in meinem Hirn sofort der Begriff "Schokolade" fest, die Geschmacksnerven lassen den Speichen in Strömen fließen, die Augen beginnen zu rollen ... - zum Glück habe ich keine im Haus, sodass es bei diesen Gedanken bleiben muss.
Liebe Grüße

conil said...

WOW! Fiddly pieces are no match for the magic of Press & Seal. The card just jumps off the page at you over at HLS. I nearly broke my finger getting over here on your blog to tell you how fabulous it is. Love the design and colors your chose. Perfection.

Ashwini Rao said...

I love the way you keep and use the negative die cuts - the last time, it was a word die cut and I had loved that too! This one... just stole my heart!!

Bobby said...

That must be metallic paper, Cornelia. It has such a rich sheen to it that makes the card very elegant.

Mac Mable said...

What a beautiful colour combination. Very dramatic and eye catching x

Anita in France said...

Striking, beautiful and dramatic, Cornelia ... the sheen and shimmer is stunning! Hugs, Anita :)

Emma Sims said...

Beautiful card - I love the gold sheen x

Monika Reeck said...

boaaah so shimmery
so adorable
so elegant
love the white flower
the big birthday sentiment too
Sehr schicke Karte Cornelia
see you around maybe today
miss you
hugs
Monika