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Smashed Congrats

Hi Everyone,

I recently won two wonderful stamp sets from Right at Home Stamps and I finally found some time to make a card with one of the sets.


I made that card for my daughter, who just got accepted into a graduate program in one of the best Universities in Munich, Germany. It was a long time dream of her to spend some time in Germany either working or now studying. She has put so much effort into achieving this and I am so happy it finally worked out for her!

I am also happy I am managing to play along with Right at Home - they are celebrating their one year birthday and have a linky party going on right now - perhaps you want to join in as well? Happy Birthday Right at Home!!!


So I took this cute alphabet banner set and stamped the letters in an orangey yellow. Cut them out an strung them With Bakers twine. Took my ink daubers and smashed them onto my card stock. Added sequins.
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Linking up with:
Right at Home - One year celebration linky party


Happy Stamping!




Comments

!neke said…
Love those banners !!!!!
This is a smashing card !!!!

Ineke X
Mac Mable said…
Congratulations to your daughter, you must be rightly so proud x Great smashed splats, fun colours and loving the letter banners x
Farhana S said…
Congrats to your daughter and yay for winning! I got this set and have been thinking of a similar idea, let's see if mine works out!
conil said…
Well, this should please your daughter, greatly. That's quite an achievement. She deserves to be congratulated for her diligence...and this card is a wonderful way to do that. Send my congratulations onto her, as well. You must be a very proud Mama.
G Peplow said…
Excellent news about your daughter, so pleased for her :D Lucky you also, 2 sets o9f stamps Yum!!! I love the splashes you made, great card :D x
Aileen said…
Cornelia how fantastic is that for your daughter, has she been away from family before? Hope she totally enjoys it. And what a card, love your smashed down ink splots they look fantastic as does the whole card.
Unknown said…
What a fun card! I love your splatters and the banners across your design! Thank you for joining us at Cupcake Inspirations challenge!
Kamila DT
Sandy said…
Love that Splash! Cute. Thank you for joining us at Cupcake Inspiration Challenges. Good luck!
-Sandy, DT
Suchi said…
Congrats to your daughter!! So happy for you!! :) Your card is fab..those splatters are just perfect! I have never used daubers like this ....would need to know how ... Awesome card! :)
Rosmarie said…
Wie cool, die Mutti geht nach Amerika und die Tochter nach Deutschland!! - Freut mich für sie und euch dass sich ihre Mühe und Ausdauer gelohnt haben, ihr könnt wirklich stolz auf sie sein!
Tolle Karte!
BożenA said…
Congratulations daughter achievements and you congratulate daughter! It must be a wonderful girl. Charter reflects the strength and independence. The ideal set for your daughter. Beautiful, unusual card.
hugs,
BozenA
Naki said…
Congratulations to your wonderful daughter! What an achievement! I know living in a foreign country is not easy (trust me, it's been 20 years for me but still hard!) but with great support from family, she will do great!!! Your card is just perfect for her, it's so fun and cheerful! Thank you so much for sharing with us over at Cupcake Inspirations!
Indy's Designs said…
Great take on this week's colors at Cupcake Inspirations! Love the banners and those big splats! Fun!
Debbie, DT Sweetie
Unknown said…
Beautiful card! Thank you for joining us at Cupcake Inspirations. - Eva, Sweetie DT -

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