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So Suzy Stamps November Blog Hop

Hi Everybody!

Welcome to the November So Suzy Stamps Design Team Blog Hop!

SO SUZY NOVEMBER RELEASE BLOG HOP
Perhaps you arrived form the talented Martha from Stampartpapel.






I used a paint chip and stamped the baubles in Versamark ink.


Then I heat embossed them in silver.


Fuzzy cut them and glued them onto a dry embossed card stock. Added a sliver embroidery thread and silver Washi tape. Heat embossed the sentiment in silver on a torn strip of vellum/ Added enamel dots and sequins.


Your next stop on the hop is Olesya - she makes the most amazing cards! You can't miss her!

In case you get lost, here is the full line-up: 
Cornelia - you are here

Of course we have prizes:
$25 gift certificate to So Suzy Stamps Christmas Bunkie Bag
- leave a comment for your chance to win! You have until November 5th to do that.
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Happy Hopping!

Comments

Fabulous card and such a clever way to use those paint swatches.
xxx
Unknown said…
Absolutely BRILLIANT! Love how you used the paint chips!
Giada Rigamonti said…
I love this silver touch!
creative lady said…
Beautiful!!! I love the silver embossed and the embossed background!!!
Janis said…
This is stunning! I love the paint chip idea!
María Pilar said…
Beautiful project. Good idea the silver embossed
Kreative Kymona said…
Hey Cornelia!! Beautiful card!! I love how you used that embossing folder with the stamping elements.
Amy said…
This card is so original, I love it. I never thought about embossing on the paint chips. Great idea.
Jerrie said…
Clever use of a paint chip and the ornaments are beautiful. Great card!!
Amy A said…
What a cute Xmas card. Love the silver and embossing and such a great idea to use the paint swatches Cornelia! :)
MissSophie said…
Magnificent card. Love your colors. The silver, green & white is festive & crisp.
MissSophie said…
Magnificent card. Love the silver, green & white. It is clean & crisp.
CathyL said…
Beautiful card and colors!
Love the details in your card :) all that silver and sparkle works wonders! And those christmas ornament stamps are so cute ! Thanks for sharing.
Ellen C said…
Love the silver sparkle of your card - really pretty.
Denise Bryant said…
Beautiful ornaments! Love the colors and textures!
Susanne Vargas said…
Noch so eine tolle Weihnachtskarte! Gefällt mir super gut mit dem washi, den Silber embossed Kugeln und vellum! Ich benütze meine grosse Sammlung von paint chips viel zu selten!
Unknown said…
Wow wow wow! That is crazy creative! Love it.
HolyLise said…
Using these paint patterns is just a brilliant idea! Gorgeous card :)
blawndee82 said…
I totally love the silver embossing on this card. It looks so elegant.
Ericka Strange said…
Great technique love how you used the paint swatches. So pretty.
Unknown said…
Blue! and brillant! Great idea! *-*
cindybearj said…
Very creative and beautiful use of paint samples! Love the background bringing more texture to the card.
lindaplus3 said…
Very nice job with your card ...I like working with the different colored paint chips,,, :)
Suchi said…
So elegant and classy! That's what this is! :)
Suchi xx
Rosmarie said…
Sieht sehr edel aus! Tolle Idee!
papierelle said…
Oh das ist ja wieder ein ganz feines und edles Kärtchen!!
Wait wait wait - a paint chip?? You used a PAINT CHIP?!?

BRILLIANT!!!

I absolutely adore it!
Nupur Priya said…
Love this card and all the silver embossing!!!
Oh that silver was incredible!
Arianna Barbara said…
Wow! Beautiful card!!!
Marianne said…
Such a fun card Cornelia. So clever to upcycle those paint chips. Also love the enmbossed bakcground.
Marianne x
Nonni said…
Your perfectly color-co-ordinated baubles look great! Fun idea!
Jean Bullock said…
O my gosh, what a great idea to heat emboss those paint chips. the card is stunning.
Anita in France said…
Elegant and so stylish, Cornelia ... love the ombré look from the paint chips ... so creative! Hugs, Anita :)
cghundley said…
Love the embossing
and the ornaments
are so pretty!
Carla from Utah
Brenda said…
Love the ombre look

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