Skip to main content

STAMPlorations Inspiration #96


Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!


My stamp supplies:
thebirdsandtheblooms-web-previewpreview-CrazyDoubleRunningStitches-Rectangle

The Birds and the Blooms, Stitched Dies

I dry embossed white card stock with an embossingfolder. I stamped the Cardinal onto PP and colored with Inktense pencils. Cut a rectangle with one of the Stitched Dies and glued it onto my card stock. The sentiment is heat embossed and mounted with foam tape.



At our  Inspiration Project posts have a monthly random drawing - 1 commenter wins a $10 gift certificate. So look at all those fabulous cards the Inspiration Girls made and leave them some love! It may pay off :)


Happy Stamping!


Comments

Deepti said…
Beautiful, love the pop of red
conil said…
Whoa. Stamping on patterned paper...so cool. And the coloring is gorgeous. Then the embossing...makes this card a standout.
Flo said…
Diesen Vogel mag ich besonders. Der Hintergrund ist toll!!!

Liebe Grüße
Vicki Dutcher said…
LOVE! That red bird [my FAVORITE OF ALL BIRDS] looks awesome against the neutral
shirley-bee said…
Gorgeous! I love the colour scheme and the dry-embossed background.
Monika Skinner said…
Stunning colouring, love how you kept the background neutral with lots of texture. ☺
*Vicki* said…
Wow! This is absolutely stunning!! LOVE everything about this! :)
Anita in France said…
So striking, Cornelia ... that cardinal is gorgeous ... love the texture in the background from the embossing! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
your coloring him perfecto Cornelia
wooowwwwww
and the woodgrain again? this is my card! I always love woodgrain
Stunnng Design miss Lady
Mac Mable said…
So different to see the layout in landscape and boy does it work. Fabulous colouring of the bird and all set off with the dry embossing....love it! x
cm said…
Okay, despite my bird terror, I confess this is truly gorgeous! Colouring spectacular!
Hugs~c

Popular posts from this blog

Easter Egg and Bunny

Hi Everyone, I made a bunch of Easter cards, after all its little more than one month and I need to send them out in time... You see, they are all similar - using both the die cut and the negative, that I cut from a die cut egg. The cute bunnies got their yearly appearance - they are from Impression Obsession. the egg is by Lifestyle Crafts. The sentiment is by Papertrey. And here are bigger photos from this set: Linking up with Creative with Stamps - Easter The Paper Players - die cutting Die Cut Divas - animals Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies

So Suzy Stamps Snarky Blog Hop

Hi Everyone, Welcome to the So Suzy Stamps Snarky Blog Hop where funny and humorous Christmas cards take over! I am hopping along with Justine’s 12 Days of Christmas Series. If you haven’t checked it out yet, click here . Justine has been busy creating a dozen Christmas Card video tutorials to inspire you this holiday, and best of all there are prizes to be won every day. All you have to do to be eligible to win a $25 gift certificate is comment on each of the blogs! Good luck! We will pick two winners on November 9th! Here are my cards: For my first card I used a Tim Holtz embossing folder and embossed dark grey card stock. The cool deer I colored with Inktense pencils and fuzzy cut it. I stamped the Cool Yule sentiment onto aqua card stock and added white gel pen accents. Mounted everything onto a white card base. For my second card I used patterned paper as background. Added the die cuts (Santa and moose from Dixie Crafts, Winter Landscape die from Cut

Mirror Image Stamping with So Suzy and the MISTI

Hi Everyone, I am so happy to be part of this wonderful event - the collaboration between So Suzy and the MISTI from My Sweet Petunia doing mirror image stamping.  This event is going on for the ENTIRE  MONTH! We are demonstrating the  Mirror Image Stamp    which coordinates with the Misti Stamping Tool! All month long, different bloggers will post a card using the  Mirror Image Stamp .  In my tutorial today, I will show you how use the  Mirror Image Stamp  on your cards. You can basically double your stamp supplies that way! The  mirror image stamp  is  a 4.25" x 5.5" piece of red rubber with no foam backing. So much larger than the other mirror image stamps out there and therefore much more useful! Mirror Image stamp ,  Two Cats in a Tree If you want a video tutorial on how to do this I can highly recommend you watch THIS VIDEO on youtube. Explains it all in very little time! Or you can see the same thing on my photo tutorial. With mirror