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Muse Christmas Vision #58

Hi Everyone,

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

I played around here, trying to create a winter scene. Started with heat embossing the pine trees in the left bottom corner and then took the same stamp and stamped it in black - I think i spritzed it with water to get a more solid impression. I did some generational stamping an spritzing. Added some light purple and loosely colored in the  background I wanted a foggy feel to this and I think I succeeded.


Lastly I added the deer die cuts (IO) and did some white outlines on the adults. Added the sentiment (STAMPlorations)

EDITED for more clarification:
I first heat embossed the tree in white at the bottom left corner. I then took the same stamp and stamped it in black. I did generational stamping, so the trees become grey with repeated stamping, which creates depth.  But I also think you could do the white embossing last - I don't think it matters.
The white heat embossed ink resists the black - if there is some stuck to it you can just wipe it off with a damp cloth​.

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!

Linking up with:
CASual Friday - Time to color
Addicted to Stamps and More - Make your Mark
Basteltraum - mas, stencil, die cutting (choosing die cutting)
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Comments

Julie B said…
Stunning card Cornelia, love it. If I had my stash at hand I would be having a go! :)
Suchi said…
Wow!!! Jaw droppingly awesome Cornelia! You are back with a BANGGGGGG!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE the scene you have created!!! :)
Mac Mable said…
Yes you have succeeded in creating a foggy and mystical look to this eye catching card. Love all the elements, the generation stamping, the heat embossing, the pop of colours and atmospheric die cuts. An amazing card x
Linda said…
Wow, this is so gorgeous. Love it.
Jenni's Jems said…
All I can say is ...Wow !x
conil said…
Succeeded!!!...how about surpassed all expectations. Wonderful background, misty, cold morning while those deer forage for food. This is absolutely gorgeous. The tinge of color in the frosty sky is the perfect touch to complete this woodland scene.
*Vicki* said…
Wow! This is amazing...don't know what to say!!
Toni said…
oh how i love this!
Sharon H said…
Your card is stunning. I love black and white it is so classy, I am confused though. You said you heat embossed the left corner which is white then stamped the black. Did you mask the white to keep the black off of it? Thanks
Ashwini Rao said…
What a stunning card, Cornelia! We don't celebrate Christmas, but I am wishing we were, just so I could receive a card like this!! (no offense!!)
papierelle said…
Oh mein Gott, ich bin hin und weg!!! So langsam wollte ich auch in die Weihnachtskartenproduktion gehen, aber wenn ich Deine Karte hier sehe, kann ich gleich einpacken ...*grins*.
Pam A said…
Stunning! Love the scene you have created.
Chriss Blagrave said…
Stunning card, Cornelia! You truly achieved the depth and "fogginess" that you you set as your goal. Really love this!❤️
Jill Norwood said…
Love this incredible scene! It does look like the deer are in a foggy morning....so beautiful!
Monika Skinner said…
Beautiful Winter scene! Love the black with a little purple, very dreamy. xxx
Anita in France said…
Wow, what a beauty, Cornelia ... those delicate deer are perfect silhouetted against this misty wintery scene ... gorgeous! Also gorgeous are the last couple of weeks cards I've been meandering through ... you have such a fantastic range and wonderful creativity ... from fun and fabulous to stunning and elegant ... it's been a joy! Bon weekend! Hugs, Anita :)
Guten Morgen ;)
Du hast zur Zeit einen echten Lauf !!
Ganz schön schön und außergewöhnlich!
Lieben Gruss Elisabeth
Rosmarie said…
....ich dachte du wärst im Urlaub?!?! - auf deinem Blog merkt man das überhaupt nicht ;)
WOW - da sitz ich nun und krieg den Mund nicht mehr zu! Eine verdammt schöne Karte ist das!!
Marianne said…
Such an amazing card, Cornelia!
Not sure if I have enough time to play along, but I'd love to give it a go. We'll see...
Claire said…
This is amazing - so original. I love the colours you've used. I'd never have chosen those colours for a Christmas card but they look wonderful. Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays!
Bobby said…
I love the feeling and dimension of your card, Cornelia. It's worthy of framing. I'm so glad you shared this at Addicted to Stamps and More.
ANNA said…
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Me gusta mucho el tuyo.
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Sandy said…
Wow, this is amazing! I love this! A really fantastic Christmas-Card!
Thanks for playing with Bastel-Traum and good luck.
Hugs

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