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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

STAMPlorations CASEplorations July

Hi Everyone,

come and CASE with us here at STAMPlorations!





Today we are CASEing this amazing card from Elina Stromberg of Arts and Crafts. She made this card for the Mixed Media Card Challenge run by Shery.


My stamp supplies:
stmp1035.jpeg   preview-SRD-HopeBlooms copy

I water colored my background in red and while it was still wet I stamped the big words onto it, removing some of the wet paint. I waited for it to dry completely and then I stamped the butterflies. I die cut it with a stitched die. Added the center panel, also colored with water color and die cut with a stitched die. Added the die cut sentiment, a gift from my friend Maria F.



Our amazing DT has made quite some wonderful inspiration cards! Go and check it out!


So you want to play along? Case Elina 's card and link it up HERE - you have the whole month to join in! And of course - there are prizes to win!




8 comments:

Suchi said...

Beautiful card with an amazing background! :)

Mac Mable said...

Amazing attention to detail on CASEing the card. Clever idea to stamp into the wet paint with the sentiment...will try that one x Very creative and fabulous job x

conil said...

I do believe you CASE'd this one to a turn. All that glorious color and amazing details make this card exceptional. Wow, girl, you ROCK!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Turned out fabulous!

Kim M said...

This is spectacular! Love your background!

papierelle said...

Einfach nur schööööön!!!

cm said...

Butterflies! Oodles of butterflies! I LOVE this...LOVE, I tell you! So gorgeous...
Hugs~c

Anita in France said...

Fabulous intense colour, Cornelia ... and such gorgeous butterflies ... fantastic! Hugs, Anita :)