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A Wonderful World

Hi Everyone,

I am taking a break from making Christmas cards.... Katzelkraft recently came out with this beautiful jellyfish stamp, called Meduse and I tried to capture the ethereal beauty of those creatures.


Not sure, if I succeeded......

M├ęduse - Tampon scrapbookingEnglish Quotes - Format A6 - Tampon scrapbooking - KTZ138

I heat embossed on water color paper in white and used a tiny amount of Color Burst crystals to color the jellyfish. The background I did with Brushos and a generous amount of water. Added the sentiment  - it is from The sentiment is from English Quotes and some sequins.



Happy Sunday!

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Comments

Rosmarie said…
Sie wirken richtig anmutig, du hast sie perfekt erfasst!
Shauna said…
Wow! This is fantastic! That is such a unique jelly fish stamp and your vivid colors really stand out! As always, thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational!
- Shauna
Mac Mable said…
So very beautiful and what a stunning stamp and yes you've succeeded and some x
Wow you certainly did them justice as your card is amazing! I love how you created swirly movements in the water as those jellyfish swim upwards. Awesome card! Hugs Gwendolyn
Bobby said…
There is so much movement in your card, Cornelia, and the colors are fabulous.
maria f. said…
You've captured the fluid movement perfectly!
Anita in France said…
Gosh, you've made these jellyfish shine, Cornelia ... they're so elegant and have such a wonderful sense of movement! Hugs, Anita :)
Lynda said…
Lovely colours and definitely trendy. I am glad you could join in as I Guest design. Lynda
Wow ! That's a very impressive card !
Yvonne Garner said…
What a cool image and great design! Thanks for sharing your card with us at Inkspirational!
Linda said…
This looks so cool! Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx

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