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STAMPlorations Inspiration #87

Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!


My stamp supplies:
thanks-worddiepreview-CrazyDoubleRunningStitches-RectangleArtsyBorderMaker-web-preview   thebirdsandtheblooms-web-preview
Thanks die,  Stiched nesting dieArtsy BorderThe Birds and the Blooms

I took one of the artsy border stamps and heat embossed it repeatedly in white. Water colored it. Let it dry and used the stitched border die. Stamped the Marigold and fuzzy cut it, but I did give it a longer stem. Added some paper strips on the side and added velum under the THANKS. 



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Comments

!neke said…
Beautiful and colorful !!!!!

Ineke X
Mac Mable said…
Vibrant and bold colours which I love and the way you left the marigold not coloured...fabulous!
Marianne said…
Such a fun card, Cornelia. Wish I had ordered that stitched rectangle die when I placed my order. But then, there's always next time...
conil said…
Luscious colors...can't get over how well you manage to match up washi tape and patterned paper on your amazing cards. you have such a fantastic eye for design. Just another skill I wish I had.
Vicki Dutcher said…
Awesome use of the border set - you are just too creative! [can I some too please? ;)]
Nora Noll said…
This is amazing!! I LOVE how you used that border set. The colors look fabulous!!
Daria Z. said…
White flower on a colorful bg - brillant!
Mimi said…
This is SO you-- the brights gave it away! I do love the fun stitched panel and the layout. Thanks for being a bright visitor at SOS again 🎨
Hello Cornelia: I'm always astonished at your color washes and now, you made this fabulous card using one of the stitched dies on my long wish list. Love the awesome design on this card, the torn vellum looks amazing under your die cut sentiment.
Thank you for playing along with Shopping Our Stash, hope you join us again soon.
Hugs,
Maria Rodriguez.

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