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STAMPlorations Inspiration #97

Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!



My stamp supplies:
preview-HolidayExpressions-ThankfulforAutumn copy
Thankful for Autumn

I took the pumpkin and apple basket and stamped them onto DP. Colored them with my Inktense pencils. I heat embossed the sentiment onto a snippet of dark woodgrain DP and sewed it onto my card. Easy Peasy!


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 :)

Linking up with:
Just us Girls - see photo
Lets color linky party #12 - anything hand colored
Creative Corner - Autumn
AAA cards - masking
Creative with Stamps - autumn colors



Happy Stamping!

Comments

conil said…
...and, once again, colored beautifully. All that vibrancy against and neutral background makes those stamps sing. Very autumnal and beautiful.
Brenda in IN said…
Beautiful fall card! I love your coloring and design.
shirley-bee said…
Gorgeous! Love the bright colours against the woodgrain background.
Vicki Dutcher said…
So fabulous against the wood grain! Thanks for joining in at JUGS too :)
Kim M said…
Cornelia, this is gorgeous!! Love the wood grain background and your colouring looks fabulous! :-)
Helen F. said…
Fabulous Fall inspiration, Cornelia! Thanks for playing along with Creative With Stamps this month.
papierelle said…
Klasse Kärtchen!! Ja so schön ist der Herbst!!
Monika Reeck said…
I always love woodgrain as background and your card?FANTASTIC
The coloring is super B
and this stamp is YOURS you did it so great with them
I love this card
love always your card
I try to catch up vom Buero hehe
maria f. said…
Happy Fall y'all (is it changing seasons in your neck of the woods?)
Sharyn Polesel said…
Very pretty Fall card! Love the wood grain background and your colorful focal image. Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!
Monika Reeck said…
Me again
so happy to see you joining with us at CWS Cornelia
as I told you I love your woodgrain on this card as I always love woodgrain
many thanks for joining with us at Creative With Stamps this month liebe Cornelia
Hugs
Monika
Donna said…
Hi Cornelia, beautiful card, I spotted your name and stunning card on Creative With Stamps!
TK said…
I simply ADORE this card! Such a beautiful, clean scene you've created with great coloring!
Ach was ne hübsche Herbstkarte - toll gemacht! Holzhintergrund geht ja eigentlich fast immer ;)
Danke, dass du deine Karte zu "Creative with Stamps" verlinkt hast!
LG, Eunice
*Vicki* said…
So gorgeous Cornelia! Really love that wood-grain background! :)
Nora Noll said…
That woodgrain background looks fantastic. I like the rich colors you used on the autumn stamps.
Bobby said…
It may have been easy peasy but it's also beautiful and CAS, Cornelia. I love that you actually stamped on the woodgrain paper. Thanks for sharing your card at Just Us Girls.
Karthikha said…
Awesome coloring! Such a pleasant card :)
Ellibelle said…
What a beautiful fall themed card, gorgeous stamps and coloring!
Thanks so much for sharing!!

Ellie
Let's Color Linky Party
Critters & Creatures Linky Party
Mac Mable said…
Clever idea to do stitching down the side. Gorgeous colouring and loving the DP for the background too x
cm said…
Your beautiful colouring of these harvest images has me, again, in awe. Such a lovely fall-themed card...
Hugs~c
Theng Creation said…
Wonderful card <3
Thanks for joining us at Creative Corner Challenges.
Hugs from Therese, DT

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