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CUTplorations November Challenge

Hi Everyone,

its a new month and that means a new CUTplorations challenge !

And here is our wonderful picture:
image source: livingathome

My STAMPlorations supplies:
Layered Holly, Peace Love Joy CUTplorations die

I actually used light grey card stock - it does not really show and my camera simply can not handle purple - it always comes out way too blue.... oh well. I spare you any explanations, I don't think you have trouble figuring out how I made this card...
Here is another view of it:

Our rules and prizes:
Players can link up as many projects as they want (1 project per blog post)
Players must use at least 1 STAMPlorations product (stamp, stencil, die, or coloring page, or digi stamp)
Prizes: $10 GC for the winner; $5 GC each to the 2 top picks
If there are more than 25 entries: 1 player will be randomly drawn to win her choice of CUTplorations dies worth up to $15

And don't forget:
to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store

Sounds enticing? I sure hope so!
See you at the challenge!


!neke said…
Great card and a great sentiment on it !!!!
cm said…
I see purple die cuts on my screen...along with the lovely green/red and whispers of gold! Festive, fabulous and just all around pretty!
Darnell said…
This is so arty and lyrical, Cornelia! I love the flow and that unique ribbon treatment, so perfect for your design!! Hugs, Darnell
Julie B said…
I am always amazed by how different colours look in photos!
Super, striking take on the photo. :)
This is so beautiful and elegant with the flecks of gold shimmering.
conil said…
Oh my. Loving your take on the inspiration...the card is truly lovely and I can just imagine how the purple looks on the pale grey. I hate it when out tools don't work properly but it doesn't matter in this case because your card is so beautiful.
Ina G said…
Fabulous card Cornelia. Love your take on the photo with those beautiful leaves and berries. The gold elements adds so much to it. Great sentiment. Purple is always hard to photograph worse luck.
Rosmarie said…
Ich h├Ątte da sofort an eine Schleife gedacht und du machst einen Lila Spruch! Excellent !!
Bobby said…
I love the design of your card, Cornelia.

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