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Stampotique Challenge #287

Hi Everyone,

we at Stampotique have a brand new challenge starting - the theme is "Thankfulness". 

  
I went right to my favorite stamp - Nina's Heart and colored that sweet little girl with my Inktense pencils. Fuzzy cut her and put her on one of my gelli plate backgrounds. The sentiment I stamped with the Alpha Background stamps onto white card stock and cut it as well. Mounted it all onto black card stock. 


Stampotique Challenges run every TWO weeks......
Please remember you can use any stamps for our challenge and you are allowed to have 2 entries per challenge. From all the current months entries we will draw 2 random winners who will each win a 30.00 gift certificate on the first week of the following month.

Hope to see you at the challenge
You can link up your creation HERE

Linking up with:

Stinkin Inkers - Thankful
Always Fun challenges - Thanksgiving
QKR Stampede - Give Thanks

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Comments

papierelle said…
Komisch, klebst Du das Papier schräg auf die Karte, sieht's richtig toll aus,
mache ich das, begeistert es mich gar nicht. Da kommt dann wahrscheinlich immer der Bauingenieur in mir hoch: 'Nur ein 90° Winkel ist ein guter Winkel.' ... *lach*
Mac Mable said…
Such an adorable image, love the background and the bold black lettering of the sentiment x
conil said…
Aaaw. She's adorable with her big eyes and that lovely heart. And she's so well showcased on your background. Loved the sentiment and it's placement...those letters are perfect on this card.
If you celebrate Thanksgiving, I hope that it is a day filled with wonderful food but, most of all, lots of warmth.
Fantastic card and love how you captured all the colors on it from the inspiration photo.
wannabcre8tive said…
Your card is adorable. Love the image and the vivid colors. Thank you, for joining us for the QKR Stampede challenge.
Stinkin' Inkers said…
Beautiful backgound and lovely design. Thanks for joining the Stinkin' Inkers challenge.
Lucille K said…
Such an interesting card, the little girl with the heart is adorable. Thank you for joining us at City Crafter :)
Anita in France said…
Fun and funky, Cornelia ... that oversized squashy heart is fabulous in the hands of that quirky little girl ... fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
Lyne said…
Very cool take on a thank you. We appreciate you joining pst at Stinkin' Inkers
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