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Spotlight on Inlaid Outline Die Cutting

Hi, Everyone,

interested how I made this card?

Go and visit the STAMPlorations Blog for a photo tutorial.

And here is a deal for you: use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA
to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store.

Linking up with:
Retro Rubber - Spring Flowers (the stamp used for the background is several years old)
Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies
Make my Monday - May Flowers
Stempelkueche - blumig/flowers

Make My Monday Challenge Blog

Happy die cutting!


Anita in France said…
So very pretty, Cornelia ... the crisp white outlines of the flowers are gorgeous with the bold patterned background beneath! Hugs, Anita :)
Mac Mable said…
Great way to use up the backgrounds. Crisp and classy card x
conil said…
Decision made perfectly. Oh yes, doesn't everyone have backgrounds that are not considered worthy of a full card? I know I do and what a brilliant way you chosen to use them. It looks like a match made in always manage to boggle my brain...and this card is just another example of why.
creative lady said…
Hi Cornelia! Love your card, love the colors behind the flowers...and love the layout . Thanks for joining Retro Rubber.
Jan Clothier said…
This is indeed a great way to use up those backgrounds we all have lurking in our craft rooms. Your rainbow looks great against the white and the black. Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber and for sharing the helpful photo tutorial.
AlisonC said…
It's beautifully done and the graduation in colour is lovely.
AO Creations said…
Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Make My Monday, good luck!!! Amy DT
Monika Reeck said…
ooh this Inlaid Flower STRICKING
love love the colors there
soo adorable Cornelia
Join doch at creative with stamps...ooh I know at Stempelkueche du kannst nur wenige Challenge teilnehmen
next time okay
we have Flowers Themen auch
sorry with my Denglish
Neva Cole said…
What a fun detailed card, love the color gradient and the stamping behind the die cut "windows". Thanks for playing along with Retro Rubber!
Flo said…
Wunderschön ist deine Blumenkarte.
Regenbogenfarben machen sich immer gut und sehen jedes mal toll aus, wie auf deiner Karte.
Liebe Grüße
Joan said…
Very pretty!!
Thanks for joining us at Make My Monday.
Kim Heggins said…
Beautiful card Miss your gorgeous inlaid flowers!
SonjaK said…
Oh, wow, noch so eine geniale Blumenkarte! Ich weiß gar nicht, welche ich schöner finden soll. Regenbogenbunt oder Kraft-Weiß-elegant? Schwere Entscheidung. Aber toll, dass du auch diese hier bei unserer aktuellen Stempelküche-Challenge verlinkt hast.
Love the black and white contrast and all the colors too! Great job! Thanks for doing the RR challenge!
Claire Grantham said…
Love the background behind your inlaid flowers, very clever card. Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber this time. Claire DT
Birka said…
Wow.. klasse Idee mit dem Hintergrund.. das hab ich grad schon mal irgendwo gesehen und wollte das auch mal probieren.. da brauch man nur die richtigen stanzen zu... aber deine karte ist toll geworden.. Vielen Dank fürs Mitmachen bei unserer Stempelküche-Challenge
Katy McGloin said…
What a fun and colorful card! Love the multi colored background behind the inlaid dies... very cool effect. Also appreciate the tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing this beauty with Retro Rubber this week. Hope to see you in our gallery often!!
Susan Renshaw said…
Love your floral card!
Thank you for sharing with Happy Little Stampers!

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