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Stamping and Ironing

Hi Everyone,

curious how I made this card?


Head over to the Spotlight feature at STAMPlorations to find out!


Linking up with:
The Male Room - male flowers
Stempelkueche -  letters and numbers

Comments

Mac Mable said…
Fabulous techniques...again and great use of the iron! Such gorgeous colours and layout. Love how you've used both stamps sets too x
Total schöne und außergewöhnliche Karte!
xoxo
Sylwia
conil said…
At first I thought you'd just done a load of white shirts and had to iron them...kidding. You see this sentiment you created?...send the card to yourself. It's so terrific and I love the way you "fixed" it. Genius.
Nora Noll said…
I really like how you did that technique with the words. Then the fun way you stamped over them. Amazing card design!!
Flo said…
Das ist ja klasse!!! Gebügelt habe ich erboste Teile noch nie, daran habe ich im Traum noch nicht mal gedacht, dass das geht!!! Das Ergebnis spricht für sich und gefällt mir sehr gut.
Liebe Grüße
Daffodil Cards said…
Wonderful design and effect.
Thank you for joining us at The Male Room. Faith DT
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...is there anything you can not do? This is one amazing card!
Anita in France said…
Lovely, Cornelia ... what fabulous stamp layering ... such a brilliant technique for creating depth ... thanks for the fab tutorial! Hugs, Anita :)
Stempelomi said…
stunning! Thanks for joinign us at Stempelküche-challenge! Hugs,Beate
Suchi said…
I want this stamp set badly... :(
Such a sweet card!! :)
Suchi xx
Mimi Zitrone said…
Wirklich eine sehr gelungene Karte, und sie passt perfekt zur Challenge-Aufgabe! Danke für deine Teilnahme bei der Stempelküche-Challenge! LG Biggi
Birka said…
Wow, die ist sooo genial! Wie die Schrift da richtig eingewoben ist in das Layout, einfach grandios! Da kann man richtig lange drauf herumgucken :-)
Rocky said…
I was a little worried that you had been ironing but as it was for craft It's OK, the result is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your beautiful card with us at TMR.

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