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So Suzy - Monochromatic Leaves

Hi Everyone,

I am up on the So Suzy blog today with a super simple card I made with those fabulous leaves from the October release!


Those are the stamps I used:



You can literally make this card in no time at all. You do not need to mask anything. I started with the black leaves. Waited for the ink to dry (had dinner in between) and then stamped the white leaves and heat embossed them. You can see the black shining through a bit - that is okay, after all they are skeleton leaves...


The card still needed something, so I took the small leaf and inked it up in grey and stamped over the other leaves. You can wipe the ink off the white embossed ones - the embossing resists it.

Added the sentiment and sequins.



Hope you liked this! 
Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Time Out Challenge - Give thanks with a grateful heart 
Inkspirational - Black and one other color (using grey, as white does not seem to count)

Simon Wednesday Challenge BlogGrab Our Badge!

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Comments

Monika Reeck said…
Oh dear
stunninnggggg
I scream
this is so clever
black white and grey
I adore your clever Idea
I wish I have so clever head like you Cornelia
sometimes I donr know which sentiment I have to used
this is really stunning card
Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE this so very much! Awesome!!!
!neke said…
Beautiful !!!!!!!
Great stamps !
Ink Art Designs said…
Hi Cornelia, this is such a beautiful card. The black, white and grey looks stunning!
Dot x
Ich wusste gar nicht, dass Grau so schön sein kann! Eine tolle Karte!
GLG
Sylwia
BożenA said…
Hi Cornelia,
After seeing your cards fell in love with these stamps! This card is just fabulous and really speaks to me. Thank you for another beautiful inspiration.
hugs,
BozenA
Bobby said…
Like it? I love it, Cornelia.
tonilea said…
This card is AWESOME!
I really enjoy your blog and have been inspired many times.
Thank you
clelie said…
WOW!!! This is stunning and even has a 3-D effect to it!
Kim Heggins said…
Gorgeous card...so in love with all those wonderful leaves, stunning.
Anita in France said…
Wow, Cornelia! So stunning ... and stylish ... the sense of depth is incredible! Hugs, Anita :)
papierelle said…
Wow die Karte schaut großartig aus, bin gerade etwas sprachlos!!!
Gerrina said…
Those leaves look so light and delicate in those colours! Beautiful and elegant! Thank you for taking some TIME OUT and join us!
LaVon Hall said…
Love the simple elegance!
Lin said…
So fun to see a leaf card in neutrals, Cornelia - it is subtle and lovely! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!
Anita in France said…
Just spotted this beauty in our Time Out gallery, Cornelia (can't think how I missed the badge!) ... so happy you played along with us again! Hugs, Anita :)
Suchi said…
One of your best designs!!! <3
Suchi xx
Sandy said…
Wunderschön, liebe Cornelia! Schlicht und elegant, das Grau perfekt gewählt und die weiß embossten Blätter geben dem ganzen das gewisse Etwas. Einfach toll!
Wir freuen uns, dass Du Deine Idee mit NSS teilst, vielen Dank!
LG
maria f. said…
Those are fabulous stamps. Love the look of that leaf embossed in white.
cm said…
WOW! Pretty leaves that, in your hands, transform to stunning! The black/white/grey combination is perfect for showcasing their intricate details! Thrilled that you shared this in the Inkspirational gallery!
Hugs~c
Joyce said…
This is so pretty. I really like how you stamped all of those fantastic leaves. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.

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