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STAMPlorations CASEplorations August

Hi Everyone,

come and CASE with us here at STAMPlorations!



Our guest designer for this month is the talented Vijaylaxmi Siyal (Shalu) of All By Heart Creations and she played in our January CAS challenge with this fabulous card! A real CAS beauty. What a pleasure to CASE it! 


My stamp supplies:
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 Heat embossed the roses with WOW gold embossing powder and water colored them. Then fuzzy cut them. Stamped the background. Added a strip of black card stock on the left side and some gold striped WAshi tape. Added the roses. sentiment (the wishing is a die by SSS) and some sequins.


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


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

Linking up with:
Snippets Playground - use a snippet (used little scraps for my roses)
Uniko challenge - flowers

Simon Wednesday Challenge BlogWOW! Embossing Powder Blog

Comments

Becca Cruger said…
Look at all those lovely stripes! You definitely did this CASE justice!
conil said…
Oh dear. This took my breath away, it is so striking and sophisticated. Love the contrast, of course, but your design elements are so perfect. Gorgeous.
Mac Mable said…
What a fabulous card to CASE. Great job...Stunning!
Vicki Dutcher said…
The added gold puts this card over-the-top amazing!
2amscrapper said…
of course, this is the ONE stencil I DON'T own--next on my list to buy---love those paintbrush stripes. I think I'm going to be casing your card which of course is casing Vijaylaxmi Siyal (Shalu)
2amscrapper said…
I meant stamp set. I have most of the others in this artsy collection. Thanks for clarifying.
Susanne Vargas said…
Deine Karte ist cool, dramatisch und "artsy"!
Anita in France said…
What a lovely time I've spent catching up with all your creativity over the last few weeks or so, Cornelia ... such a fabulous array of inspiration! Sorry it's not possible for me to comment on each one (you'd be waiting forever!)... I did love the big splats for your daughter's card (congratulations to her getting to grad school in Munich) ... that kaleidoscope of butterflies was stunning ... and this beauty is just so bold and dramatic ... gorgeous! Hoping (!) to stay up to date now!! Hugs, Anita :)
Di said…
Totally fabulous and really striking card Cornelia. I love how you interpreted the inspiration card - brilliant!

Hugs

Di xx
cm said…
My dear Cornelia! I have NOT been ignoring your gallery; indeed, I have left comments on pretty much all your amazing cards, but a stroll back shows they haven't been sticking! Between blogger's shenanigans and our internet malfunctions, I'm about ready to pull out my hair! The plus side of checking on my comment status is seeing your fabulous creativity for a second go-round! So much inspiration and ingenuity that you've wiped away my weather-induced feeling of gloom (yet again a thunderstorm warning day!) and replaced it with mega-watt smiling. Your interpretation of Shalu's card: striking and gorgeous! I have that rose and still, it awaits a play date. You've given me incentive to bring it out...
Hugs~c (hopefully this internet/blogger fiasco will right itself soon!)
BożenA said…
An unusual card! I love these very beautiful roses - you had it painted. I love your belt, it's a very creative treatment card inspiration. Another great card and great inspiration for us.
Hugs,
BożenA
Sherrie M. said…
Love how the bold flower looks against the black swishes. Very striking!
Barb said…
Hi Cornelia, I love your take on the sketch. It's a bold and beautiful card. Barbxx
Monika Reeck said…
Wow...the orange flower with black stipes is stunning..love this combo Cornelia...hope you are well...miss your visit...hope all is ok with you...hugs..Monika
Jane said…
Completely wowed by your card! Love those black brush strokes and the contrast of the vibrant orange flower - stunning. Thanks for playing at Uniko.
Helen Gullett said…
This is absolutelu gorgeous CAS card, Cornelia! Fantastic stripes amd stunning flower!
Deepti said…
Those bold brush strokes look awesome with the red rose :) gorgeous
debby4000 said…
Love your brush strokes background, perfect backdrop for your gorgeous flower.
Thank you for joining us at Simon says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Luv
Debby
Beverley said…
Stunning! Love how you used the inspiration and the artistic feel of your creation. Thanks so much for joining in on the Uniko Challenge and my apologies for my delay in commenting. Hugs Bev x

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