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Happy Bar Mitzvah!

Hi Everyone,

a friend of minne ask me to make a Bar Mitzvah card, but then she fell in love with a card I made a little while back, you can see it HERE. And while this was a birthday card, it did not say Bar Mitzvah on it and that for sure is a very special birthday. So I promised I would make her a new card:



It is slightly different, but close enough. I actually like my first version better - don't tell her that...and honestly, the kid who will get this one, will not have seen my first card anyhow...I made it the same way as the previous card, so I'll spare you the details.

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The stencil is by iStencil and you can find it HERE. the sentiment is from Papertrey.


And as luck will have it - those colors are next to each other on the color wheel - the requirement for this weeks Less is More challenge. Happy  Birthday LIM! 6 years!!!Yeahh! What an achievement! 

Also linking up with:
Seize the Birthday - anything birthday



Comments

Susan said…
What a terrific dimensional card. Terrific colors. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!
Kathyk said…
Awesome make

Kathyk
Mac Mable said…
Do so love how you use this stencil, so unique and eye catching x
Esther said…
What a super card! I really love that stencil, so eye catching and very convincingly dimensional. Great choice of colours too for a massive impact! The card is not quite CAS as it lacks any empty space, but I think the recipient is going to love it. Great work! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)
Deborah Frings said…
Absolutely fantastic! I do like this stencil and the colours you've used - great work. xx
Neets B said…
I love this stencil every time I see you creating with it. Gorgeous colour choices too. A little more white space is preferable at LIM but all the same, stunning card!
Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x
Anonymous said…
Its amazing, what you do with these stencils, Cornelia! Its like the cards really pop out! And the colors and blending are just amazing, too! Thank you so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday!
xx Ashwini, STB DT
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...what an amazing card. Love this incredible look you created.
Monika Reeck said…
You always made that stencil looks life on your card
Agree with Kim INCREDBLE achievement
LOVE!!
Suchi said…
Oh I love this stencil of yours and all the variety that you make out of it! :)
Suchi xx
Colleen said…
I remember your first card and thought that was very striking, now you have done it again! Amazing and wonderful!! Thank you for sharing this at Seize the Birthday!

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