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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Striped Thanks

Hi Everyone,

I am slowly getting back into card making after coming back from vacation and 1 1/2 grueling weeks at work. How nice to have some time again and not being completely exhausted!
Inspired by all the Little Things caught my attention - such a fun inspiration picture!


You see how I got inspired - mainly by the black and white striped raincoat, the black umbrella and some pink splatters - its after all raining!


I immediately thought of my iStencil collection when I saw the picture and picked one called PacMan Stacks that I really like. I added pink splatters. The thanks is by CUTplorations and I die cut it twice.


I took one of the rows and masked off the rest and sponged with black ink. I then took the opposite one and lined it up with the first row and did the same thing. Added some sequins and a left over strip of water colored paper.


I do need a lot of thank you cards right now, so you are going to see more of them soon.

And just in case you like that die - use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA
to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies. on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store.

Also linking up with:

CAS(E) this Sketch - just turned the sketch on the side


Happy Stenciling!

19 comments:

LeeAnn McKinney said...

WOW, this is great Cornelia.

Aileen Ryan said...

Fabulous way to use the stencil, as soon as I saw the card I saw your inspiration. Perfect

Sheri Gilson said...

Fabulous take on the inspiration! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Inspired By All The Little Things!

Kim Heggins said...

Fabulous card...just amazing!

Bożena Adamusińska said...

I love all your cards made using the i'Stencil template. They are always amazing, so futuristic. Excellent inspiration.
Hugs,
BozenA

Karen Day said...

Wow, love how you used the stencils!! Thanks for joining us at Inspired By All The Little Things this week :o)

Leigh Penner said...

This is so cool! Fabulous take on the inspiration photo and on the sketch!

Michelle said...

Very, very cool, Cornelia! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

Jane said...

Such an amazing stencil and so different from the usual. Looks fabulous Cornelai. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

Nora N. said...

Such an amazing stencil!! I love the black and white with the splashes of color. Totally amazing card!!

papierelle said...

Toller Effekt, schaut cool aus!!

Mac Mable said...

Stunning, eye catching and perfect take on the photo x

Flo said...

Diese Stencil(s) sind wirklich einmalig schön und zaubern immer wieder andere und tolle Karten.
Die Spritzer geben dem Ganzen noch den entsprechenden Pepp.
Liebe Grüße

Monika Reeck said...

wooowwza that rain coat and your card??
its similar
and you are so clever using that stamp as raincoat to the inspiration
great great idea...
and yes its a great stencil you own Cornelia
happy you are come back from Vacation and not exhausted anymore
ich bin bei Arbeit suchen wieder
also bin zu Hause since 1 March
so have much time to do DT cards...
see you around Suesse
hugs
Monika

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Super eye-catching, bold and fabulous Cornelia. That's an awesome stencil and you've showcased it perfectly. Great colour combo and thanks for playing with us at AAA Cards this week

Aileen Ryan said...

Stand out on Inspired you clever thing you. Congrats knew it was a winner

Anita in France said...

Cool, crisp, stylish ... and so clever, Cornelia ... what a stunner! Congratulations on your shout out at IBATLT! Hugs, Anita :)

Chrissy Larson said...

Very cool and modern!! Awesome!

conil said...

Truth is...when I saw this little number I went all goggley-eyed. My admiration for your work simply grows and grows each time I see it. There are no words for this one except a deep heavy sigh meaning, "why didn't I think of that".