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So Suzy and AAA Card Challenge

Hi Everyone,

So Suzy is sponsoring the AAA Card Challenge and the So Suzy DT is playing along. The theme is "Bright and Beautiful"

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And what could be more beautiful than ice-cream? ;) 

My So Suzy stamps: 

I used the Ice Cream Cone and stamped it repeatedly with my Misti (did some masking). I colored them with water brush markers and added the heat embossed Birthday sentiment. Also added black splatters.

I hope you find some time to play along at AAA Challenges
You may win some So Suzy Stamps :)


Jane said…
Yummy! And definitely beautiful! Love your bright, happy and fun card. Thanks so much for joining in a Guest Designer at AAA Cardfs.
Mac Mable said…
Yes I am with you on the ice-cream x Fun card, bright and loving that stamp x
Nora Noll said…
What a fabulous card!! I LOVE the bright colors of your ice cream and then pairing it with that black sentiment strip-fantastic!! Great design!
conil said…
One word...DELICIOUS! My favorite cardmaker and my favorite dessert. What's not to like?
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Simply wonderful and definitely good enough to eat any one of these Cornelia. Certainly bright and beautiful from where I'm sitting and great to see you playing along for So Suzy Stamps at AAA Cards this week. Thanks so much x
Kim Heggins said… in love with your sweet card.
Jan Ltc said…
What a great card those icecreams look lush xx Jan
Flo said…
... Regenbogenfarbenes Eis dagegen hab ich schon öfter gesehen, allerdings noch nie gegessen, schmeckt vermutlich sehr farbig.
Auch das ist wieder mal eine geniale Idee.
Liebe Grüße
Susanne Vargas said…
Und noch eine fröhlich-bunte Karte! Toll!
Monika Reeck said…
too sweet that Ice cream cone
and love again your splatter
adorable bright and happy card Cornelia
creationsnz said…
This card is so delicious! YUM. CarolG
Mimi said…
Oooh... I could have guessed this was yours-- linear colorful CAS!
Bobby said…
This looks scrumptious, Cornelia.
What a yummy summery card Cornelia, so fun!
Anita in France said…
Tee hee, Cornelia ... indeed what could be more beautiful than ice-cream! Simply scrumptious, especially in all those yummy rainbow colours! Hugs, Anita :)
sue t. said…
Cornelia- love, love your rainbow of cones!! Yummy and delish!Thanks for the nice comment on my blog! Your blog always inspires me.
Suchi said…
Such a fab summer card! Makes you wanna have those ice creams! Wonderful card! :)
Suchi xx

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