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World's Best Dad

Hi Everyone,

I am playing with this weeks Color Throwdown challenge. At first I did not find those colors very appealing, but then I saw the cards their awesome DT created and I changed my mind!

Made another Father's Day card with my new Katzelkraft stamps. Background smooshing, some wood DP at the bottom and the dog is colored with Copics and fuzzy cut. The sentiment is a Studio 112 stamp.

Linking up with:
Uniko Challenge - masculine/Fathers Day
The Paper Players - Fathers Day


Suchi said…
Such a cute card!! Love the way you used the colors! :)
Suchi xx
Cathy said…
Another fantastic card Cornelia! My set from Katzelkraft has arrived but I've yet to play with it. I'm loving what you're creating with them, Cathy x
*Vicki* said…
AWE! How precious is this pup!! Really fun splatters too!! :)
conil said…
I'd say you took those colors and made them come alive. This reminds me so much of our dog and how he loves his Daddy (I call him a husband). That is one adorable dog, you made him look like he's jumping. And the thought bubble with the bone is just too cute.
Mac Mable said…
Fabulous how you've interpreted the colours and made them your own. Such a fun card, loving those stamps and the cute bone x
Cornelia, this is fabulous! I love this adorable little dog! Your smooshing is such a fun technique and the perfect background for your card! So happy you joined my theme challenge at The Paper Players this week! XX
Wanda Cullen said…
Adorable design with the dog romping in the grass! Thanks for joining us at Color Throwdown!
Einfach eine coole Karte!
Sonnige Grüße sendet dir
Jane said…
Oh my that dog is so delicious! Thanks for sharing your fun card at Uniko.
papierelle said…
So können nur Hunde gucken!! Herrliche Karte!!
Aileen said…
Cornelia, great card, love the dog stamp. wonderful layout.
Hello Cornelia: This card is just amazing, love this little doggies, this set is on my wish list, must, must have it!!!
I love your smooshing in that vibrant green, just beautiful and it looks awesome as the background for your sweet doggie.
Thank you for sharing.
Maria Rodriguez.
Monika Reeck said…
hmmm again you are great at making splash of color...I love that dog image so so cutee
and I love how you used the color combo
I have seen it but I pass that test I mean I did not have time to play along
your card is a winner I believe it
GREAT manly card again Cornelia!!
Bobby said…
Love that darling dog, Corneila. You're loving that stamp company, I can tell.
laurie said…
Love how your smooshing turned out! What a fun card. Thanks for sharing at The Card Concept!
Lindsey said…
Fabulous dog! Great CAS background with the ink splatters! Lindsey x
Anita in France said…
What a fantastic smooshy background for your cute (and energetic!) dog, Cornelia ... love how he's leaping up towards the bone adorned speech bubble! Hugs, Anita :)
Beverley said…
Another adorable card. Love how you have smooshed the ink for the grass, great technique and one I should try more often. Thank you for the inspiration and for joining in on the Uniko Challenge. Hugs Bev x
cm said…'ve done it! I really x really want a puppy now! As in right now! Another delight, my friend!

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