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Ellen Hutson and Avery Elle

Hi Everyone,

it has been awhile that I played along with the Ellen Hutson Mix-up challenge - but I made it this time! The mix-up is with Avery Elle.


I first stamped the border (Avery Elle) and water colored it. Added the little hexagons. Die-cut the sentiment (Ellen Hutson) and added some sequins.

And here I wanted to share a fabulous card with you, that I got from my stamping friend Stephanie Lanzalotto from My Ink Well - isn't it adorable?!!! We recently found out that we live fairly close to each other and we had a little stamping get-together. I forgot to take pictures, oh well. We just had too much fun together, to think about such things.

Happy Stamping!


Flo said…
Na, haste auf der ersten Karte wieder mal matschen können und wollen *lach*???
Die Karte sieht sehr gut aus.
Die zweite Karte ist aber auch nicht zu verachten!!! Auch die gefällt mir sehr gut.
Wollen wir am Wochenende mal wieder telefonieren? (ist das ein zarter Hinweis???)
Liebe Grüße
Anita in France said…
Yep, totally fabulous, Cornelia ... that rainbow of drippy colour is so cool and artsy! Brilliant card from Stephanie ... a bright colour pop against all that crisp white ... yum! What fun to have got together for a crafty playdate! Hugs, Anita :)
Cornelia! How fun that you included my greeting on your blog! Looking forward to many more stamping gatherings! So glad I reached out, and so glad I took your VersaFine Onyx Black ink pad home!! LOL. Love this rainbow, drippy, artsy, hexagon, fantastic card!

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