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Hi Everyone,

a quick post today with a CAS card or better two, although they were not quite as simple as they look....


I started out masking off a strip on the card and sponging in pink. Added the hippo in navy blue, but to my dismay it looks almost black. Added the sentiment in grey.

Then I thought I give it another go with a lighter blue ink - same steps, except that this ink alos does not look navy. I did shift the hippo up a bit, so that I could fir two complete sentiments below it, but then I was unhappy with how it looked and added another sentiment on top.


I actually like both versions, although the first one a tad better.

My stamp supplies are: 
sentiment: CASual Fridays
hippo: Rubber Soul (ancient wood stamp)

Linking up with:

CASual Fridays - pink, navy, white
Muse - see Kay Millers fabulous card below 
(grey background stamping and colorful focal point)
CASE this Sketch - see below
Double D challenges - silhouetttes

Happy Stamping!



Comments

Suchi said…
This is such a cutie pie card!! Made me smile!!! :)
Leigh Penner said…
Oh, this is so fun! Fabulous take on the sketch!
Chrissy Larson said…
Ha ha ha! This is SO cute!
conil said…
Been MIA with a flu but I've been watching your work on IG. This one made me laugh out loud...that hippo is a delight black, navy or blue. And that sentiment...I need it im my life. I may be stealing...er...CASEing. all your ideas on this one.
Barb Ghig said…
Such a fun take on Kay's Muse card, Cornelia! Thanks for making me smile :)
Flo said…
Mir gefällt die Karte mit dem blauen Hippe besser, sie sieht nicht so "traurig" aus, wobei traurig nicht richtig ist. ich mag halt knallige Farben!!!
Liebe Grüße
Darlene said…
OMG what a fun creation! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Silhouettes’ challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.

Darlene
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Leslie Miller said…
A simple concept yet packed with so much creativity. I absolutely love it! I'm glad you shared with us at Double D. I wouldn't want to miss this!
Anita in France said…
Hahaha, Cornelia ... such a clever and fun card design ... both versions are fabulous ... love that cute leaping hippo! Hugs, Anita :)

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