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Guest Designing at Challenge Up Your Life #63

Hi Everyone,

I am so honored to be again guest designing at Challenge up your Life. They liked my previous card so much I got invited to join them all though April! I am truly delighted! and what an awesome theme we are having for this challenge:


now who doesn't like that? I can't imagine anyone.....

Now my card is very pink - did not quite plan it that way, but that's how it turned out. I actually like it!
All my supplies are by STAMPlorations - the stencil/mask, the butterflies and the diecut happy as well as the birthday stamp. Added black splatters and a thin strip of PP.

Perhaps you also have some butterflies that need some love - ink them up and play along!

Happy Stamping!


Kim Heggins said…
Wow...this is so beautiful. Love all that gorgeous pink!
conil said…
I'd say very pink, but I love it, too. Vibrant with a lot of movement and the black accents make it amazing.
Mac Mable said…
Stunning and so very eye catching x
papierelle said…
Wow, die Farbe knallt so richtig schön!!
Anita in France said…
So vibrant and pretty, Cornelia ... the sense of dimension and movement is awesome! Hugs, Anita :)
Stunning and so vibrant :) pink and butterflies, 2 of my favorite things.
Marsha said…
Yes, very pink but I like it too. Like the black and white edge too.
Mary Holshouser said…
The shading gives so much depth to
this card.
Lovely color.
thanks for sharing.
nancy littrell said…
I love your black accents with your pretty pink butterflies. TFS Cornelia. Hugs..

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