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Saturday, April 15, 2017

Guest Designing at Challenge Up Your Life #64

Hi Everyone,

I will be guest designing all month at Challenge up your Life. How fun is that!!!!! Although I must say this time it was a real challenge for me.  There is an inspiration picture to stimulate your creative juices!

Now I am not much of a vintage person.....but I got around it.....


I took the colors and focused on the first full book on the right - the one with the funky cat on it.


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Well, that's the nice thing about a picture - you pick out, whatever you like. Those cute little monsters are from Flonz Craft - an Australian company with exceptionally wallet friendly prizes and cool products! I bought them a long time ago and they needed some love.... I stamped them onto paint chips and added liquid enamel for the eyes. Punched the squares and mounted them with foam tape.  The sentiment is by YNS.


Perhaps you feel inspired to play along - that would be grand!

Linking up with:
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Happy Stamping!

8 comments:

Aileen Ryan said...

Not usually my favourite colour but I love how you have used the paint chips and those cute bugs.

!neke said...

Great monster card !!!!

Cathy said...

Cute monsters Cornelia, great card, Cathy x

conil said...

You win the prize for the funkiest card. Love these critters and how you used the colors to make them "ROAR". The enamel dot eyes are a brilliant stroke.

Nora N. said...

Tee hee!! This is so cute!! LOVE!!

Bobby said...

Paint chips. Enamel eyes. You put them together to make a great card, Cornelia.

Kim Heggins said...

LOVE this card...you are just amazing and so stinkin' creative!

Anita in France said...

Hahaha ... these bright eyed monsters are so fun, Cornelia ... and slightly scary (in a cute kind of a way) ... just as monsters should be! Brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)