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Cornelia needs more Christmas Cards

Hi Everyone,

do you believe it? I need more Christmas cards. To my big dismay I ran out of cards before I even sent some off (Sold most of them....). Now I need a LOT more. And what is better than mass production at those dire times ;)

 I you want to see how I did all of those head over to the STAMPlorations blog for my tutorial.

Linking up with:
The Male Room - Winter Wishes
Simon Says - Gift it
613 Avenue Create - Holiday Happiness
Always use Rubber - Stamp and Ink Challenge 

My pile is slowly growing again!


papierelle said…
Nicht nur Du!!! Ich musste auch noch mal nachlegen und auch heute werde ich noch mal welche arbeiten. Dabei hatte ich sooo viele gemacht.
Deine sind sehr schön geworden und von Massenproduktion würde ich nicht sprechen, jede ist doch ein Stückchen individuell.
Bobby said…
This was a fabulous way to mass produce cards, Cornelia. I plan to get my Brushos out again and play after Christmas. I love the backgrounds they make.
Jane Willis said…
A gorgeous collection of cards, all unique despite being mass produced. Thank you for sharing at Always Use Rubber
Darnell said…
I'm so chuffed to be the happy recipient of one of these delightful holiday designs, Cornelia! Thank you so much!! You have inspired me to make more Brusho backgrounds in the new year! Happy Holiday hugs, Darnell
Deborah Frings said…
What a wonderful set of cards. I think the watercolour background is just gorgeous and is the perfect support for the fun images. Great work. Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room this month! Deborah, DT.
Rosmarie said…
Die HG's finde ich super - jede schaut ein bisschen anders aus! ...und das unkolorierte Motiv passt perfekt!
I really like your cards!
*Vicki* said…
These are really amazing and I saw your post on how you've done them!! Thanks for the great inspiration! :)
Mandy said…
Fabulous selection of cards Cornelia! The watercolor backgrounds are lovely.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Mandy xx
Anita in France said…
Brilliant Brusho backgrounds, Cornelia ... that vibrant blue is gorgeous with the monochrome images! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
I must also made 15 cards still
and this is a clever idea
I have seen on stamplorations and love that your idea with no coloring the Images
save the time hehe
great set of cards Cornelia
you are a last minute card queen too hehe
crafty-stamper said…
Great set of cards and love the backgrounds---Thank you for joining us at 613 Avenue Create
Carol DT x
BożenA said…
A beautiful set of cards! I love watercolor background, it is always a great effect.

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