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Guest Designing for JUGS #349

Hi Everyone,

this is my last card for my GDT stint at Just Us Girls:



It is photo week and you can see the delightful photo below


I took that arrows die from Simon Says and some wood paper. Die cut the arrows in the photo challenge colors and inlaid them. Added the sentiment and some sequins and enamel arrow.


Love how this turned out!

Can't wait to see what you create. See you at JUGS!

Linking up with :
Stamping Royalty - to die for
I love Stampin' Royalty Challenges

Comments

Tanja said…
tolles Design - love the woodgrain background and the vibrant colors - have a wonderful weekend - Hugs, Tanja
Chris Dring said…
What a fun take on the photo! Love all those bright arrows paired with the wood grain back ground! It was such a pleasure to have you as our Guest Designer this month, and hope to keep seeing your fabulous creations in our gallery! ((Hugs!))
Monika Reeck said…
I love that woodgrain and the colors on your pfail
great idea and always clever idea Cornelia
by the way you post two times as GDT see your blog bitte sehr maybe the comment you can copy paste to one post sweety?hope du hast meine komment nicht verloren
hugs
Monika
Vicki Dutcher said…
Love the fun use of the arrows. It was a pleasure having you create with us this past month! It went too fast :)
Mac Mable said…
You are so clever at interpreting an inspiration photo. Absolutely love the idea you've done. Fun and colourful and inspirational...thank you x
conil said…
Well, for your last card, I think you've pulled out ALL the stops. Everything about this card is extraordinary. The inlaid diecutting, the woodgrain background, the NEON arrows (oh so gorgeous), the layout and that fabulous sentiment. What amazing skill you've used to put this card together so perfectly.
Bobby said…
This was a great take on the photo, Cornelia. You did a wonderful job as our guest designer.
Judy Woodland said…
Cornelia, it's been an absolute delight to have you as our guest designer this month, thanks so much for joining us. This card is as terrific as all the others you have shared with us. I love your wonderful take on the photo, it's so creative and fun.
What a fun and bright card! Love it!
Nancy said…
Love your final card as our Guest Designer! The neon colors really pop against the woodgrain! Super job and it's been a pleasure having you with us this month!
Sue VanDeVusse said…
I really like this direction you took for the inspiration! Super creative. Love all of those arrows in the bright colors and that sentiment is awesome. Thank you so much for sharing all of your amazing cards with us this past month as our Guest Designer!
Ina G said…
It has been great having you as our Guest this month Cornelia. Love your take on our inspiration photo. So different and totally cool. Hope to see you again soon.
Sharyn Polesel said…
This card is fantastic! I really love how you were inspired! We have so enjoyed having you as our Guest Designer for the past month. All of your cards are beautiful! I hope we will be seeing you in our gallery again.
Susi said…
What a fabulous way to end your GDT spot - with this fresh, fun card!
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia ... what a finale! Love the mix of woodgrain with those vibrant arrows ... cool and graphic blended with fun and colourful ... brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
You've been an outstanding DT over at JUGS, Cornelia...and your finale is simply fabulous! Your translation of the photo: ingenious!
Hugs~c

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