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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Muse Christmas Vision #54

Hi Everyone,

I am back to stimulate you to pull out your Christmas supplies and play with us at the Muse Christmas Vision!

For this week I created a card with a window, using a die by Papertrey. I die cut my white card stock and then made myself a triangle onto a second piece of card stock and sponged in all sorts of colors. Added the little houses (Inkadinkadoo) and the Santa (not sure from what company it is)
I did not feel it needed a sentiment, but one could certainly add one. I also die cut a piece of fun foam to elevate my card stock window.

So, there are so many ways to CASE this - I am sure you'll find your own unique one! 

Hope to see you at MCV!

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Marianne said...

How fun. Looks like I may need to get my Silhouette out of hiding to use the cutting file that came with my Winnie & Walter stamp set or see if I can find my tree dies (some of my dies are still hiding in an unidentified removal box in the basement, argh).

Mac Mable said...

Such vibrant and glorious colours. Love the idea of the scene within the die cut x

cm said...

Just 120% gorgeous and ingenious! WOW!

conil said...

Gaaaaah! Again! Another day with a blown mind. Just for about 60 minutes I'd like to borrow your imagination or brain or whatever, that allows you to come up with such spectacular ideas for cards...and borrow, for say, another week or so, your considerable craft skills. That way I could execute the fabulous designs you come up with.

Eliz Stewart said...

Wow...you outdid yourself! Love it! When I first looked at the card, I did not realize it was a window, I thought you had colored the tree... So cool. And the colors are fabulous!

Suchi said...

Had-to-come-over!! YOUR card is just perfect! LOVE the way you have used the die and the colorful background inside the tree looks fantastic!! :)
Suchi xx

Maria A. said...

Hello Cornelia: Your card is gorgeous, I'm amazed at the beautiful sponging of all of this colors, I need a bit more practice with that.
The little Christmas scene you created inside this die cut is just beautiful, I love Santa and His Reindeer flying by.
Thank you for the inspiration.
Maria Rodriguez.

Fongyi Goh said...

What a unique way to fill your xmas tree, I will pin it for future inspiration. Thanks!

Jacquie Southas said...

Love the way you framed this sweet Christmas scene!

Bobby said...

This is such an eye catching card, Cornelia.

Kim Heggins said...

Stunning card...so far my most favorite of all your cards. Just love your sweet holiday scene in that beautiful tree.

Martina Bartušková said...

That's amazing!

Monika Reeck said...

Stunning Silhouette inside the tree woooowww
I love the blending color ther Miss Lady
this also my Fav of your card
so so clever made and so festive
Great idea always your have Miss Lady
my mom come at 25 July
I am really sorry if I am not visit your blog
but hope you like to visit me continue
always so happy to get your comment and smile big hehe
Many thanks to joining ATSM this time
Monika (ATSM DT)