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Joy Clair September Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

Its blog hop time at Joy Clair!
You probably arrived from the talented  Steph Ackerman

You are going to love this month sets! I have the pleasure to introduce the set Give Thanks.

For my first card I choose to make a shaker card - used some acetate, which had a tree printed on it and some patterned paper for the background. Added sequins and micro beads as fillers. I used a stitched die (SSS) to cut my window.

This is the give Thanks set - I love the different fonts and all the wonderful sentiments.

My second card is simple - used a flower die (Memory Box) and die cut it in two shades of yellowy orange - it looks like one in the picture but its actually different shades. The white one I cut from water color paper. Used a light grey card stock as my card base and a strip of Kraft paper. Added black splatters and some sequins.

Love how this came out!

We will be giving away TWO $25.00 gift certificate to the Joy Clair store. To be a winner you must comment on JC blog and each DT blog. Increase chances of winning by sharing the blog post with your friends!
Your next stop is LeeAnn McKinney - she has some great cards in store for you!

Be sure to visit each of the designers on this blog hop!

Just in case you missed my previous post - the Joy Clair September challenge has started! You have a whole month to link up and as always the winner gets a $25 gift card for the Joy Clair store - what are you waiting for?


Lori Kobular said…
Both of your cards are awesome! I love the shaker card ~ it is so much fun! The second one looks amazing with the die cuts!
*Vicki* said…
Wow! These are both just gorgeous designs Concil!! Love the rich Fall colors on both of them! That shaker card with the tree is stunning! You've done a fabulous job showcasing this set!! :)
Helen Gullett said…
Cornelia, both cards are beautiful and elegant. Love the shaker with the stamping inside the window and the second card is so beautiful with the diecut flowers. Thank you for the inspiration!
Christy said…
Both cards are just stunning!
Deepti Aggarwal said…
Both the cards are so so the colors you chose..
conil said…
Aaaack! A delightful, autumnal twofer. Stunning cards...that shaker is simply gorgeous. All the details, printed acetate, beautifully chosen patterned paper and those pretty shaker contents. Just GORGEOUS. But then you regale us with this fabulous thank you card (you're right about the fonts on these sentiments...awesome). All the texture you've created on this seemingly simple (but NOT) card. Wow!
Denise Bryant said…
Beautiful fall cards! Love the pretty colors and details! Awesome shaker card and pretty die cut flowers!
Nikki said…
Ohh so love your cards and shaker cards are so much fun
Ashwini Rao said…
Absolutely lovely cards, Cornelia! I especially loved your first creation - the tree looks so awesome against that striped background..simply lovely!!
Kim Heggins said…
Simply wonderful pair of those gorgeous fall colors you used, so beautiful.
Pam said…
Always love shaker cards! And the second one is perfect CAS, but love the larger sentiments.
Anita in France said…
Two beauties, Cornelia ... the subtle colours in the shaker are delicious ... and those yellow and white stems against the kraft ... gorgeous, gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
wooow the shaker card is stunning
the second card hmmm I remember a card from you with this die in black I love it in a piece
lovely splatter too
you are also queen of splatter Cornelia
bin immer noch im Buero hehe

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