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So Suzy Stamps - Elegant Silhouette Stamping

Hi Everyone,

I am up on the So Suzy Blog today, showcasing this beautiful Chanel sentiment stamp and pretty Martini Lady, the latter I have used before (you can see it HERE)

I first stamped the silhouette repeatedly with my Misti, to get a good black impression.

Made myself a mask with post it notes

used an iStencil and Delicata gold ink


Added the sentiment and trimmed my panel a bit. Added a black stripe on the left to balance my card

Hope you liked this!

Happy Stamping!


!neke said…
Beautiful Cornelia !!!!

Ineke X
Mac Mable said…
That gold ink works so well and against the black silhouette is so eye catching x
Viv said…
Fabulous card here Cornelia, so elegant too ;) Viv xx
Marina said…
Lovely layering of the stamped images.
Susanne Vargas said…
Schaut echt spitze aus!
Barb Ghig said…
Oh my gosh, about 'Elegance'...WOW! Your silhouette is stunning, and I love the shimmer you added using Delicata gold on your stencil! You paired these elements beautifully! Ok, now I can pick my jaw up off my desk :)
Unknown said…
Such a beautiful card. Thank you for the inspiration
Ellen C said…
I love your card. It is absolutely stunning and the gold shimmer adds a lovely touch.
Pam said…
Stunning card!
cm said…
Elegance, indeed, my friend! Enchanted!
Anita in France said…
Elegant and chic, Cornelia ... the gold stencilling is reminiscent of groovy sixties style ... sophisticated and classy ... and perfect with that cool sentiment! Hugs, Anita :)
Rosmarie said…
Die sieht echt klasse aus!!

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