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Joy Clair - Swirly Background

Hello Everyone, 

today I am sharing two cards using that wonderful Swirl Background from Joy Clair! The possibilities with this background are endless - just showing you two versions, but I think you'll see more of it in the future.



For more info on how I made those card you have to visit the Joy Clair blog ;)




Hope you liked this!
Don't forget to play with us in the Joy Clair June challenge - the theme is Masculine or Fathers Day and we have a beautiful inspiration picture to give you some colors to play with! The challenge closes June 30, so there is still some time to play along!

Linking up with:

Little Tangles - embossing
Snippets Playground - my snippet is the black left-over sentiment
Pixies Crafty Workshop


Be sure to stop by Joy Clair's social media accounts:
Joy Clair Projects Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/780661272059755/
Color by Faith Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/939788189403798/

Comments

conil said…
Knocks me out what you do with color...extraordinary. Also admire your use of embellishments...you always seem to know just where to place them (something that usually drives me nuts).
Helen Gullett said…
WOW... they are FANTASTIC cards! Love the embossing resist backgrounds a lot!
Ashwini Rao said…
Ohhh....looks delish!!! What an cool way to use background stamps!
Mac Mable said…
Glorious, love them both. Such fabulous colours and loving that swirly stamp x
Susanne Vargas said…
Atemberaubend sind diese Karten! WOW!
Suchi said…
I peeped in to check your cards! They are wonderful Cornelia! Adore the color combination you have used! :)
Suchi xx
Ruth said…
Oooh lovely! You're right, endless possibilities with it. Adore the colours you've used - they are really stunning - bold and vibrant. Xx
Oh WOW!! Cornelia, stunning cards, gorgeous cards both of them but my favorite is the one with the delicious red/orange/yellow/gold, that just amazed me, I can't stop looking at it.
And I agree, the way you use colors is simply incredible.
I'm heading over to the Joy Claire blog, I must see how did you achieved such beauties.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Hugs,
Maria Rodriguez.
paperkicks said…
Fantastic cards! Love the metallics over the hot and cool colors!!
*Vicki* said…
These are stunning!! I love your gold embossed background with the colors swirling in the back!! Stunning for both of them! ;)
some real eye-catching cards there Cornelia hard to know which is my fav! brilliant creations!
Thanks so much for the inspiration.
Shaz in Oz.x

{Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}
Di said…
Really fabulous cards Cornelia - I just love the swirly background - beautiful!

Hugs

Di xx
papierelle said…
Sehr schöne Effekte!!
Anita in France said…
A couple of stunners, Cornelia ... one cool and fresh, the other rich and opulent ... and both gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
yaayyyy
STUNNINGGGGG
if you say chose which one is your fav Monika
I loveee the one with gold and the FIRE on it
red orange yellow woooowww
the other one also lovely for manly card is great that color combo
you are on a fire with this stamp Cornelia
luv luv luv
Shelly said…
These are so pretty! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!

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