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So Suzy - Blowing Snowflake Tree

Hi Everyone,
 today we have a special feature for you at the So Suzy blog:
We are introducing the Blowing Snowflake Tree stamp - 
I am sure it sells out in no time......It is just gorgeous! 


Here is how I made my card:
I started to swipe grey ink over my card stock.


Added the tree with my Misti, to make sure I get a nice black impression.


I did have to stamp a few times.


I then stamped the tree again on a scrap piece of card stock, using Kaleidocolor ink.


I then punched three circles for the blue tree and sponged them in blue for more impact.


and fitted them onto the black tree.


Added Stickles, some enamel dots and a grey piece of card stock on the left.




Have fun and visit our fabulous DT and the So Suzy blog for more inspiration:
Cornelia - you are here


Linking up with:
Christmas card challenges - glitter (used Stickles)
CAS Colours&Sketches - monochromatic blues

Comments

Melanie-Jane said…
Wunderschön deine Karte Cornelia !! Der Stempel ist der Hammer und das ganze wirkt so magisch. Die Idee mit den Farbigen Kreiseln mit dem gleichen Motiv muss ich mir unbedingt merken einfach klasse.

Wünsche dir einen zauberhaften Tag.
Lieber Gruss
Melanie-Jane
Hannelie said…
beautiful!
I LOVE the feeling of movement and the gorgeous blues!
Mac Mable said…
Great idea, creative and fun. Love that stamp x
G Peplow said…
Smashing Christmas card, love the all the glitter too :D x
Deepti Aggarwal said…
Beautiful card..love the idea..
papierelle said…
Wie man sich täuschen kann oder sich täuschen lässt. Ich dachte Du hättest Dir eine Kreisschablone genommen und dann direkt auf der Karte die blauen Kreise gemacht. Aber so wie Du es gemacht hast, ist es auch großartig und sieht wundervoll aus!!!
LG Gundi
Jane said…
Love your spottting tecnique, looks totally spectacular in the three blues. Thanks for playing along with CC&S 200th challenge.
karen h said…
Wonerful card! Such a great image; and I love the feel from the direct-to-paper technique! Thanks for playing along with us at CC&S!
Ashwini Rao said…
Awesome card, Cornelia! Spotlighting technique is not exactly new, but I get this tingling when you do it - somehow it always ends up looking something special!! <3
Suchi said…
That is one pretty trick with the spotlighting! Loved your card! So glad you liked my card- I am grateful to have you as my friend and teamie! :)
Hugs xx
Giada Rigamonti said…
I thought you have used embossing paste... :O
Great idea Cornelia!
Bobby said…
What a creative way to use that stamp, Cornelia. I love how the swiped ink pad gives the illusion of wind blowing.
Beverley said…
Beautiful stamp and love how you have swiped the ink to represent the wind. Beautiful use of the challenge colours and lovely to see you joining in on the celebration at CC&S. Hugs Bev x
Patricia Hays said…
That snowflake tree image is SO neat! I like how you've highlighted it with the blues and used the swipes of grey to show the wind. Thanks so much for taking part in our birthday celebration at CC&S! :)
Anita in France said…
Love how the breeze is blowing through this beautiful, striking tree, Cornelia ... the blue highlights are gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)
Kim Heggins said…
What an incredible tree and I love how you really made it shine.

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