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So Suzy Martini Lady

Hi Everyone,

 I like this elegant Martini Lady from So Suzy Stamps - I have used her before HERE and HERE. I also think she pairs very well with that iStencil - don't you think so?


So here are my supplies:

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Here is how I made my card:





Stamped the Martini Lady with black ink, using my Misti to get a nice even black impression.





Used a mask I had made before and kept with my stamp and then stamped the sentiment.


Took the stencil and some glue and dabbed it onto the card and added glitter. 



Finished the card with a strip of polka dotted glitter paper at the bottom and an enamel dot.


Hope you liked this!

Linking up with:
Simon Says Monday challenge - going around in circles


Happy Glittering!


Comments

Mac Mable said…
Yes the stencil and stamp are perfect together. Great idea to dab glue on and then to add the glitter, so very pretty. Lovely cards and great sentiment x
Flo said…
Du hast ja schon wieder ein neues Outfit für deinen Blog gemacht!!!
Sieht auch gut aus, ich finde, noch etwas besser als das vorhergehende.
Deine Karte ist mal wieder klasse.
Liebe Grüße
conil said…
Not only is the sentiment appropriate and hilarious but all that glittery goodness around your pretty lady is awesome. Love how you constructed this card.
Anita in France said…
Stylish and rather groovy with those delicious glittery bubbles of colour, Cornelia ... there's a lovely Audrey Hepburn-esque elegance about it ... and I love that fun sentiment! Hugs, Anita :)
Kim Heggins said…
Love your wonderful card...reminds me of Audrey Hepburn. What a great look you created!
Monika Reeck said…
yes I agree with you
this stamp lay is adorable with this stencil
and the way you added glue and glitter is clever Cornelia
will try this too I have much stencil and you bring me the idea
Always happy to do catching up on your blog
but you made many cards I am so behind
please forgive me Cornelia
hugs
Monika
Barbara said…
Stamp and sentiment are fantastic! I adore your glitter addition, fab card! Thanks for joining us this week on Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! Barbara

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