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Sunset over New York City

Hi Everyone,

I finally found time to play with my MFT New York City die. I wanted it as soon as it came out, but of course it was out of stock. And then it was out of stock and out of stock again....but finally I was successful (gotta be persistent, right?)

It had some time to get comfortable in my stash, but now is the perfect time for its debut - the CASology challenge - its sunshine.


And I wanted to do something different, not just a sun with rays. I masked the sun and sponged the sky. Die cut the silhouette and mounted it onto black cardstock. Added the birds and the sentiment, which both are from STAMPlorations.


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Comments

Suchi said…
How much I adore NYC!!! Your card is absolutely breath-taking Cornelia!! :)
Suchi xx
*Vicki* said…
Oh my gosh this is another stunner from you!! Amazing job with the background I just LOVE your sunset!! WOW!
!neke said…
This is a beautiful card !!!!!!
conil said…
Kudos to you. You've really nailed this one, and how! Awesome scene...just love the way that sun looks behind the Statue of Liberty. Very inspiring.
Viv said…
Wow super silhouette and sunset scene Cornelia!....I have left links to the pate recipes now too btw. ;) Viv xx
Di said…
Totally brilliant Cornelia! Love this!!

Hugs

Di xx
Susanne Vargas said…
Nur drei Buchstaben habe ich für diese Karte: WOW!
Hannelie said…
That sun... well it shines brilliantly!!! For sure!
Beautiful blending Cornelia!
Thanks for joining CASology this week!
BożenA said…
w! This card looks like a postcard from travel. A wonderful moment captured in the image. Beautiful!
Hugs,
BozenA
Manuela said…
Hallo Cornelia,
erstmal herzlichen Glückwunsch nachträglich zum Geburtstag und alles liebe und Gute, auch wenn es nun schon lange her ist!
viele tolle Karten sind wieder dabei...die Skyline im Abendrot sieht fantastisch aus!
Lg Manuela
Anita in France said…
The glow of your sunset over the New York skyline is spectacular, Cornelia ... truly breathtaking! Hugs, Anita :)
Kreative Kymona said…
Hey Cornelia!! I love that NYC skyline die. You captured it so nicely. Thank you so much for playing with us this week at CASology.
Monika Reeck said…
Ok I know this is a winner card for that Mixed Media
it looks sooooo adorable with black and sunshine
hmmmm I love that DIES too
I wish I can get it in Germany
or you send me one pieces paper to me my friend
I will send you some DIE cutting papers back
this is so adorable with that sun shine and the bird
STUNNING card again liebe Cornelia
Ruth said…
Wow! You got the sunset just right - it's beautifully paired up with that die. Never been to New York. Maybe it's time I did?
Barb Ghig said…
Absolutely gorgeous card, Cornelia! Beautiful blending on your background and your cityscape is fabulous!
Mac Mable said…
Wow...what a stand out card. I too have this die un-used but after seeing your stunning card I just might get it out and use it!!! Fabulous blending too x
maria f. said…
What an amazing sunset sky! Love it paired with that skyline. Thanks so much for playing with us at the MMCC this month too!
Deepti Aggarwal said…
OMG.. this is so so awesome.. love the scene you have created..
shirley-bee said…
Your persistence paid off! Fab-u-lous! And thanks for adding it to the Mixed Media Card Challenge :)
sannalippert said…
oh yes, very well said! love the scenery too! gorgeous card. glad you joined in with us at MMCC :)

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