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Trendy Feathers for Inkspirational

Hi Everyone,

I am playing along with the Inkspirational challenge - the inspiration picture got me! You can see it below, but you will have to mag it up to see all the amazing details on that photo.


I pulled out those pretty feathers from Stamplorations and heat embossed them. The sentiment is from the same set. Added some dark grey water color to color the feathers and also gave them a light shadow.  Added some dots from the Frames and Flowers set. Finished the card with some string and Washi tape.

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I like how it turned out!


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Comments

Anonymous said…
Pretty feathers and fantastic card, Cornelia! Love your match up of the feathers with those washi tapes.. even the card design is unique and refreshing. Amazing job! :)
xx Ashwini
Die Federn finde ich total klasse! Mal ein ganz anderer Stil. Mir gefällt es super, wie du dich vom Foto hast inspirieren lassen und wie sich das von mir geliebte Chevron-Muster in Stempeln und Washi-Tape wiederholt.
Liebe Grüße
Katrin
papierelle said…
Mega mega schön!!!
Bobby said…
That photo is a stumper to me, Cornelia, but you pulled it off beautifully.
Susanne Vargas said…
Tolle Karte und sehr passende Interpretation des Fotos!
!neke said…
Great Cornelia !!!!
Love those feathers !!!!!
Dr Sonia S V said…
WOW how striking the feathers look against the kraft colored background
Cheers
Dr Sonia
conil said…
Let's just say, you really know how to use neutral colors. All the dimensions and details work fabulously on this card. Very impressive.
Kim Heggins said…
Fabulous card...love those colors!
Nonni said…
Ooo swooooon! What a wonderful card. I really love the color palette and your layout and those feathers look fantastic. Thanks for joining us at Inkspirational!
Anita in France said…
Those feathers are fabulous, Cornelia ... what a fantastic sense of dimension, they look popped up! Hugs, Anita :)
Shauna said…
What a beautiful card! I love those feathers and your use of washi. The gold and black looks fantastic against the kraft. Really fun! Thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational!
- Shauna
Marina said…
This is stunning - I love all the texture and pattern.
Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges.
Mary Holshouser said…
Wonderful masculine card.
The feathers are great.
Love the use of the washi.
thanks for sharing.
Craftyfield said…
There's something about the Kraft-white-black colour combination that always appeal to me. I love this beautiful card!
Robyn Oliver said…
Fabulous masculine card - great images and colours -white embossing on kraft is stunning

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