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So Suzy - Size Matters

Hi Everyone,

I am back today with another card I made from the wonderful So Suzy June release:

I just love their snarky sentiments.....Again I used some dies I had in my stash to help out with having mo matching So Suzy stamps. I die cut the bottle and glass colored them. Added gel pen accents. For the bottle I did some inlaid die cutting, the glass I mounted with foam tape. 

The background I made with Brushos. Added splatters and some twine.

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Happy Stamping!


Mac Mable said…
Loving the snarky comment too and can definitely relate to it! Fun card x
Colette said…
Love this card Cornelia! The colours and sentiment are fab! x
*Vicki* said…
LOL!! Super fun card with the snarky sentiment! :)
Anita in France said…
That's such a fun sentiment, Cornelia ... and so true! Love how you've complemented it with a nicely filled bottle and a large glass! Hugs, Anita :)
Di said…
Bwahaha, such fun - great card and sentiment Cornelia! Was in Germany last weekend - loved it as always despite the flash floods! :)
Kara Lynne said…
I agree with your card totally! Your wine bottle and glass are colored so perfectly! I love the Brusho background for them too.
papierelle said…
Ein Gläschen in Ehren kann keiner verwehren!!! Tolle Karte!!
Deepti said…
The of glass and wine bottle is stunning :)
Bobby said…
Such a fun card, Cornelia.
Kim Heggins said…
Simply fabulous your wine bottle!!!

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