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Muse: ChristmasVisions 77

Hi Everyone,

we are halfway into our February MCV challenge and you better start making your cards ;)
Our wonderful Muse this month is Chriss Blagrave and she made a truly beautiful card to inspire you!


I was too lazy to do all this stamping, so I pulled out my STAMPlorations Poinsettia and heat embossed it in gold - just like Chris did with all her litte stamps. Used distress inks to color it and added the CUTplorations sentiment in gold foil paper. Real easy and quick!
Thought about adding splatters, but constrained myself........


There are so many ways to get inspired - I am looking forward seeing your interpretation!


Peace to all of you!
See you at MCV!


Just on the side - use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA to get 20% off everything at STAMPlorations, CUTplorations and ARTplorations 


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Comments

Mac Mable said…
So eye catching with glorious gold and red...Looks fabulous without the splats! x
papierelle said…
Ein edler Weihnachtsstern ... love it!!
Bobby said…
The word dies just sparkle and add so much to your beautiful poinsettia, Cornelia.
Jane said…
Gorgeous golden and glowing, fabulous card. Thanks for linking up at HLS Christmas Challenge.
Bo┼╝enA said…
Great design CAS. Great coloring. I like strong colors poinsettia. Thank you for sharing with us for Happy Little Stampers Xmas.
Bozena DT HLS

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