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So Suzy Stamps 2016 Design Team Blog Hop

Hi Everybody!
Welcome to the 2016 So Suzy Stamps Design Team Blog Hop!

We have a brand new team bringing you So Suzy projects for the rest of 2016 and I was chosen to be a part of it! I am so excited to be part of this wonderful and talented team! If you came from Angel's blog or you are starting here, then you are in the right place!
Here is my card:

Since I am brand new to this team I do not have many stamps yet....so I had to get creative....I took some glass and bottle dies and made myself a stencil using a scrap piece of card stock:

I sponged the bottles in various shades of pink and added the glasses in front. Stamped the wonderfully snarky sentiment and finished my card with some striped paper (envelop liner) and an enamel dot.


And then I could not stop myself and made a second card. Similar. Grouped the bottles differently and added gel pen reflections. Used a stitched die to cut my card stock and mounted it on a red card base.

Thanks for stopping by - your next stop is Suzanne. Hop over and see what she has created and be sure to leave some love!
And if you are tempted to order stamps ;) 
I have a 10% discount code for you for the month of June- its
Cornelia10
it is valid for all stamps and ink bites
In case you get lost, here is the full line-up: 
Suzanne
Martha
Justine
Monica
Giada
Ceal
Olesya
Josefine
Nupur
Angel
Cornelia - you are here

Linking up with:
CAS Mix-up June challenge - Stamping, die cuts and stenciling (second card)
Simon Says Monday challenge - monochrome (second card)
Simon Monday Challenge Blog
Happy Hopping!


Comments

Julie B said…
Great way to use those dies Cornelia. :)
Justine Hovey said…
Beautiful card creations and you are very creative when limited to a few things! Both cards are gorgeous!
Teresa Doyle said…
Very lever use of your dies. I am totally new here and don't have any of their stamps/dies but its clear that you can make what you DO have work if you just think outside of the box. TFS!
Amy said…
Great card! I'll have to make this for my wine friends 😊
conil said…
Ding! Ding! Ding!...Hit a homer the first time up at bat. Never expected less from you. Congratulations on your DT assignment. So Suzy is going to be so glad they chose you. The two cards are brilliant, not only the color but the care you took making the stencil. The sentiment says something I've always believed in, as well.
Giada Rigamonti said…
I love them both! Great job!
nancy littrell said…
OMG Cornelia, so creative, colorful and fun. The perfect sentiment too. TFS my friend and Congratulations for being chosen for the DT :-)
nancy littrell said…
P.S. Thank you so much for joining our June CAS Mix Up Challenge..die cuts!
Loll said…
So creative and fun, Cornelia. Great job making your own stencils. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx
Bonnie said…
I'll drink to that, Cornelia! LOL! Love that sentiment and the beautiful bottles in your bar! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!
Mary said…
I love to see the snarky stamps, you really did a great job when your limits were big! Love your creativity for coming up with the idea of making your stencils!
Salima said…
That is very creative Cornelia. Great card. Better update your supply real soon!
HolyLise said…
For not having much of the So Suzy stamps you created a great card! Very creative ;)
Denise Bryant said…
Love these colors! Great card!
Marina said…
The way you made the stencil is great and it looks fantastic .
Nupur Priya said…
Great way to stretch your dies... lovely card :)
Barb Ghig said…
Your stenciling on both cards is absolutely gorgeous, Cornelia! LOVE this fabulous sentiment, too!
Unknown said…
Love everything about your projects Cornelia! Both the cards are absolutely stunning and the way you stretched your dies is brilliant! ^__^ *Hugs* <3
Bobby said…
Congrats on your new design team, Cornelia. They are lucky to have you. Your stenciling of the bottles is terrific. The colors blend so nicely.
maria f. said…
Nice and graphic and I wonder why they don't use pink and purple glass for wine bottles?!?!?!
Ceal said…
Fabulous cards Cornelia!
Meihsia Liu said…
Your creation is awesome! Love the beautiful color scheme. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. :)
Monika Reeck said…
S T U N N I N G
loveeeeee them both
the second one amazing with the white pen the first one love with all shade of purple and your strip paper there I always in love Cornelia
du bist AMAZING!!!
Anita in France said…
Hahaha ... what a fabulous sentiment, Cornelia ... you've captured the essence of it so beautifully with those gorgeous masked bottles and fresh white glasses on both cards! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
Yet again *shaking head in disbelief* I have fallen behind in commenting! Where does the time go...and what am I doing with it! Yeesh! Anyway, aiming to catch up; talk about a great starting point! A glass of wine from one (or better yet, from EACH one) of your pretty bottles...don't mind if I do! That snarky sentiment is fabulous and oh so true!
hugs~c
Daria said…
Both your cards are wonderful. Thank you for the idea.

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