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STAMPlorations Mini Release Blog Hop

Hi Everyone, 

I am so excited to be able to introduce the new CUTplorations dies to you! They are so awesome!!! We have a winter and a spring die for you as well as a border set!


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Let me start with the Winter Landscape Die:
you see, it does not have to be a winter theme.


I sponged the sun and die cut the landscape in black card stock. Used the stitched border die to add a frame" and added the sentiment, which is from New Beginnings. A yellow string and two enamel dots in matching colors to balance the card.


For my second card I selected various shades of pink and used the Spring Landscape die. Added a little punched heart, which I treated with Wink of Stella, although you can't see the sparkle in the picture. The sentiment is from Holiday Artsy


For my third card I used all the lacy edge border dies for the set. The adorable birds are from the set Fowl Play

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Leave a comment for your chance to win!
Commenting closes on Tuesday February 21st

Prizes: ONE (1) winner of a $15 gift certificate and ONE (1) winner of
her choice of either Lacy Edges or the Winter & Spring Stitched
Landscape dies
Winners will be randomly drawn from comments left on the
STAMPlorations blog and designers' blogs

We'll announce the winners on March 10. You may want to follow the STAMPlorations blog to not miss this!


Linking up with:
Challenge up your life - hearts (second card)

Cut it up - bendy or scene cards (second card)
Uniko Studio - anything goes with a twist of love (second card)
Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies (first card)
House of Cards - love theme (second card)
Cut It Up

Comments

Mac Mable said…
Clever, clever, clever! Thank you for your inspiration on how to use these dies in different ways and as you say not just for Winter x
Deepti Aggarwal said…
OMG!! Awesome cards Cornela...Love all of them..my fav is first one..
Mary Holshouser said…
the sky on the first card is great.
All of the cards are fun.
thanks for sharing.
Chrissie said…
Simple and stunning use of these fabulous dies!
Chrissie xx
Craftyfield said…
Great designs, very different from each other. My favourite is the first one for its striking colours.
conil said…
What an incredible array...you're using those new dies to their very best advantage...think the birds are my fave (nothing new about that).
So pretty! Love the new dies and how you've used them
cheers
preety
Dee Earnshaw said…
Love your cards using these new dies. You have certainly shown how versatile they can be and love the layered approach:)
nancy littrell said…
Your creative and colorful designs really pop Cornelia. I love how you added 3 die cuts to your 2nd beauty. TFS Hugs...
JenniferE said…
Oh my goodness! The colors in each card..just beautiful! Love the different layers on the bird card, so,creative! The sunset card, almost real! I'm not a pink,person, but that missing you pink card even warms my heart!
Denise Bryant said…
Awesome cards with these new dies! I love the first one with the silhouette look!
SHartl said…
Your cards are amazing and I love the landscape die silhouettes so much. The one where you layered the die to make hills is so creative
New Creations said…
All of them stole my heart! Love the different pink hues to create the beautiful scene on the second one, The sunset card is so eye catching too and love the pop of colors on birdie one too!
Flo said…
Gleich drei Karten hast du gewerkelt!!! Ich komme im Moment zu fast nichts, weil ich mich ständig irgendwo rumtreibe, um meine Schulter wieder mobil zu bekommen. Aber es wirkt und so langsam komme ich wieder besser zurecht.
Deine Werke gefallen mir sehr gut.
Liebe Grüße
Suchi said…
My oh my!! That pink one stole my heart!!! So gorgeous!! Both the cards rock Cornelia! :)
Kim Heggins said…
Incredible collection of cards Miss Cornelia...they are all so amazing.
Bobby said…
Those little scenes are so dramatic, Cornelia.
Kara Lynne said…
These are all wonderful! I love the contrast on your first card and how perfect it is with the sentiment! Those layers of pink are so sweet, and I love the colors you chose for lacy edge border dies! So cute with the white pen detail on your birds!
Ann said…
Beautiful cards. Love the second one with the pink landscape.
Sue D said…
Fabulous cards. Love the one in pink.
Jane said…
Loving that hot pink little scene, thinking right outside the box there and it so works! Thanks for linking up with Uniko.
ionabunny said…
Love your CAS silhouette card and the ombre effect and the chickens. Very cool. Hugz
I love pink landscapes. They remind me of sunrises and sunsets when the light has a reddish hue to it. Just beautiful cards.

Thanks for joining us for our Bendy/Scene Card challenge at Cut it Up!

Evelyn
http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com
Valerija said…
Beautiful cards. Love these cute dies.
Helen Gullett said…
Cornelia, they are fabulous and beautiful. Love seeing more inspirations using the new dies.
shirley-bee said…
Fabulous! I love the sunset/silhouette - great way to use the winter landscape. Clever use of the die for the ombré layered card too. And those 🐥- love 'em on their lacy slopes :)
Becca Yahrling said…
All three cards are just lovely! Love the 1st one with the landscape in black and the gorgeous sunset - beautiful! The pink ombre is so pretty and those chicks are adorable!!
Christi Conley said…
Cornelia, I see your gorgeous art everywhere and your recognition is well deserved. I love that little village card! For some reason I couldn't see your first image (?) - thank you for playing with us at House of Cards ~ Christi, DT Art without Anxiety {My Personal Blog}
Julie B said…
Love the look of these new dies Cornelia, they will be on my wish list for sure. The silhouetted die looks fantastic in front of the stunning sun and sentiment is just perfect.
So pleased you linked up at HLS too. :)
Mimi said…
A handful of striking cards! That die used with the black paper is such beautiful contrast... makes me think of night possibilities.
Tina Z. said…
great inspirations, I love the ombre!
laurie said…
what awesome cards! I especially like the sunset.Thanks for sharing at Happy Little Stampers...so happy you joined us!
AlisonC said…
Your cards are so dramatic with you amazing use of colour.
Marjeta said…
Love them .They are beautiful.

Marjeta
Craftychris said…
Goodness! Awesome cards! xxx
Donna said…
What fabulous scenes you created. Glad you joined us at House of Cards, hope to see you next month. Donna DT
Christi Conley said…
Such a beautiful array of cards! Thank you so much for linking up to House or Cards and sharing your lovely Spring Scene with us ~ Christi DT
Beverley said…
Awesome cards Cornelia, I especially like the ombre pink layered die cuts in the frame, beautiful creative and CAS. Thanks for joining in on the Uniko Challenge and my apologies for commenting so late. Hugs Bev x

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