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Shopping Our Stash Challenge 277

Hi Everyone,

This is my second week as Guest Designer over at Shopping Our Stash - in case you don't know its a weekly challenge, where you are supposed to use something in your stash - preferably something neglected ;)

This weeks challenge is Gobble 'til you Wobble (make a Thanksgiving or a Thank you card)


I pulled out this ancient set by Doodle Factory - not sure if they still exist and stamped on Yupo paper and heat embossed. You have to be careful with the heat - the paper warps very easily. I colored the pumpkins with alcohol inks and added the die cut sentiment (Penny Black)


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The challenge runs until Midnight November 14th - come and play along!

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Bastel Traum - Fall/Herbst
AAA Challenge - Thanksgiving/Thanks


Comments

lauren bergold said…
oh WOW! what a GORGEOUS card, i actually had to come over and see *how* you did it!!! <3
Barbara Godden said…
Wow what an awesome CAS card, I so admire crafters that can make a one layer card look awesome. Great colouring on the pumpkin too.
Oh Cornelia, this is gorgeous!! I've never heard of this paper but it looks amazing colored so beautifully. I thought you made this card using some kind of modeling paste and a stencil, it has so much dimension and texture!!!
CAS is hard for me and, like Barbara, I admire and envy the people who can make a one layer card look this stunning.
Thank you for sharing and being the guest designer for a second week over at SHOPPING OUR STASH.
Hugs,
Maria.
Melissa L. said…
OOOO, wow! Cornelia, this is gorgeous. Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards.
ionabunny said…
Wow, amazing colouring. Hugz
papierelle said…
Mmh lecker K├╝rbisse. Ok, die nicht, aber sie sehen trotzdem gro├čartig aus!!
Cornelia, this is gorgeous! I love the coloring and the dimension you created! CAS perfection! SO happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX
Mimi said…
(I tried to post a comment earlier but timed-out!) Great gourd card... best I've ever seen! And great job embossing on Yupo! I love the way the alcohol inks turned out.
Stunning card!! I love how you colored those pumpkins!!
Anita in France said…
Bold and so striking, Cornelia ... and awesome colouring ... deliciously vibrant! Hugs, Anita :)
Chris Dring said…
This is absolutely gorgeous! I had to look up what Yupo paper was, as I've never heard of it before, but I LOVE the effect you achieved using the alcohol inks on it.
Oh my goodness! Your card is AMAZING!!! We have been so blessed having you on board these last two weeks! I can't wait to see what you create next week! This is awesome! Thanks for Guest Designing for us at Shopping Our Stash! Cyndi, DT
Hannelie said…
Oh my Cornelia! i LOVE the effect!
Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week

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