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Muse Challenge #192

Hi Everyone,

it has been ages for my playing in the Muse challenge - I couldn't resist when I saw Tracey McNeeley's gorgeous card.....


Basically copied it with different colors - used that gorgeous Maple Line Leaf from So Suzy Stamps


Inked up the back side and spritzed it with water and stamped it onto water color paper. Once it was completely dry (overnight) I stamped the leaf in Versamark and embossed it in silver. Added silver Washi tape, the sentiment (also So Suzy), sequins and silver embroidery string.

Here is Tracey's fab card:


Another view of mine:


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Mod Squad challenge - use a ribbon - used embroidery thread - I wonder if that counts....
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Happy Stamping!

Comments

Kate said…
Your card is just lovely Cornelia
Cat Craig said…
Cornelia, you picked some gorgeous colors for your card. The blue/green/purples are fabulous with the silver embossing.
Ardyth said…
Absolutely love how the silver looks with the cool blues! So glad you joined us at Muse this week!
Tracey McNeely said…
Cornelia the silver looks amazing and love how you backed it with purple. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Muse this week!
Judy Woodland said…
What awesome stamps, I have never seen them before and I love what you have done with them. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week over at the Mod Squad!
Judy, Challenge Host
Pam A said…
Love all the blues and purples! Vey pretty card.
sandie said…
Such a funky take on Tracey's card, love how you switched up the colours. Hope all is well with you x
papierelle said…
Dieser Bl├Ątterstempel hat es Dir offensichtlich richtig angetan, schon wieder so eine gro├čartige Karte!!
foleysfriend said…
So super clever to use the reverse side of an outline stamp! Pure genius! Great interpretation of Tracey's Muse card.
Kim Heggins said…
Gorgeous and I love your take on Tracey's amazing card.
Anita in France said…
You've done such amazing things with these leaves, Cornelia ... and here's another example of amazing right here! This is beautiful ... gorgeous silver over that loose watercolour ... such a yummy colour palette! Hugs, Anita :)

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