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Muse Christmas Vision #51

Hi Everyone,

I am playing along with this weeks Muse Christmas Vision, where Marianne made this fun bauble Christmas card - of course, I have to play along!


I don't know why, but I immediately thought of the globe when I saw her card. that's why I pulled out my iStencil and inked it up with tumbled glass distress ink. Added the die cut sentiment (Simon Says) and some little stars using Brilliance Platinum ink. These little stars are by Ellen Hudson, as is the rest of the sentiment. Added little dabs of Stickles to the star centers.



Unfortunately I could not quite find the same stencil that I used on the iStencil website, but HERE is a similar one:
25-00040 Globe

And here is another view of my card:


Wanna play along? You still have some time.....
See you at the Muse Christmas Vision!

Linking up with:
The Paper Players - Christmas in July 
(Dear Paper Players - I'm on the MCV team, so its not a challenge for me)
Just for Fun Rubber Stamps - Christmas in July with a little Sparkle

Christmas Cards All Year Round

Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
Oh, die ist aber schön! Toller Stencil!
Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE this, Cornelia!!!
Deanne Saunders said…
Beautiful cards!!! Thanks so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CARDS ALL YEAR 'ROUND challenge!!! Can’t wait to see you participate again in our next challenge!! Have a great crafty day!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper
Suchi said…
Had to come and have a closer look at this beauty! LOVE the sky blue + red! Beautiful! :)
Ruth said…
That's an absolutely gorgeous card - a really beautiful stencil and perfect for the challenge card. Love the big sentiment in bold red on the soft blue background. Xx
Marianne said…
Wow, this looks amazing, Cornelia. So happy you managed to play along. It's so much fun to see all of the wonderful cards that were created bacause of my little bauble.
papierelle said…
Wow, die Idee ist Klasse!!!
LG Gundi
Mac Mable said…
The die cut accentuates the globe and gives an even more rounded appearance. The contemporary look to your card works so well for a Christmas card. Thank you for sharing this beautiful card x. The brilliance platinum ink is so pretty too.
stamping sue said…
very creative card. thank you for joining in the JFF Christmas in July challenge.
stamping sue, JFFDT
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/
Ashwini Rao said…
Oh, this is amazing! I love that you thought of using a globe as the bauble - fantastic idea!!
A great CAS card Cornelia - a creative use of your stencil and I love the idea that it's a Christmas bauble. Your red sentiment really pops too! Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!
conil said…
You must have spent all weekend making cards. This is another Stencil Queen winner...just so perfect for the holidays. Of course, love the color scheme but the design is what makes this one so special.
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...you are so talented, just love your wonderful Christmas cards!
Anet's Crafting said…
Beautiful Christmas card Cornelia. Thank you for playing along with our Challenge at Christmas Cards All Year Round. We would love to see you again ... Anet DTx
Myoriah said…
Very creative. Thanks for taking the time to join Christmas In July over at Just For Fun. Look forward to seeing more of your creations.
Ali said…
An unusual, effective Christmas greeting! LOVE it! :) That tumbled glass distress ink is 100% gorgeous! Pretty, classy card. TY for coming to play at Christmas Cards All Year 'Round! See you again soon! ~ Ali (CCAYR DT)
cm said…
Only one response: stunning!
Hugs~c
Bobby said…
What a great idea, Cornelia.
Nance Leedy said…
Love this big globe and the gorgeous sentiment. The colors are fabulous together too. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!
Anita in France said…
Brilliant idea for a bauble, Cornelia ... love that big scripty sentiment spread across the whole world! Hugs, Anita :)
Cindy said…
Very clever, cute Christmas card. Thanks for sharing with us at CCAYR.
AO Creations said…
Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at CCAYR, good luck!!! Amy DT
I really like the detail of the little stars you added in platinum. Fun card!
E. Marie said…
Love your take on this card. What a great idea to use the globe and the little sparkly stars really add. Thank you for sharing with the Just For Fun July Monthly Challenge.

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