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Stampotique - Sparkly Gems

Hi Everyone,

I made this card using the pretty gems from the Stampotique November release - they are on the Treasure Cube .


I first heat embossed the gems in gold. Then I used Color Burst for my background and move the colors around a bit with a paint brush. Added embossed gold splatters - for that you splatter water on your card and add embossing powder. Heat it up until it melts. Easy. I heat form the back, so the powder doesn't fly away.
The sentiment I gold embossed as well. It's from Quotes 1. Love all those sentiments on there...


I hope you are keeping your sparkle!!!!

Linking up with:
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Color Crazy Challenge -  Anything goes
Craft Stamper TIMI -   Anything goes

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Comments

Flo said…
Wild, wie immer mal wieder von dir zu sehen ist, aber schön.
ich bewundere immer wieder deinen Mut, so etwas auszuprobieren. Ich bin da zu sehr ein Hasenfuß.
Liebe Grüße
Janette said…
Fabulous card, I really love the design, thankyou for sharing with us at CraftyCatz this week..x
Nora Noll said…
Oh Cornelia!! This is AMAZING!! I LOVE how you used the Color Burst on this!! Mine never come out this way!!
Genial! Die Farben sind der Hit und die Karte einfach super!
Liebe Grüße
Sylwia
conil said…
Well, if your recipient didn't sparkle before he/she got this card...they soon would. Love that gold on the vibrant colors and you couldn't ever find a better sentiment.
Anita in France said…
Oooh, a rainbow of sparkly, shimmery, gold speckled gems ... what a stunner, Cornelia ... so eye catching! Hugs, Anita :)
Darnell said…
Simply out-of-this-world stunning, Cornelia!! Hugs, Darnell
So pretty with those bright and bold colors.
papierelle said…
Diamanten funkeln in vielen Farben, Deine ganz besonders!! Großartig!!!
shirley-bee said…
Loving these juicy colours with the gold embossing! Thanks so much for playing along at Craft Stamper Take It, Make It :)
Linda said…
This is stunning. Great colours and I love the gold embossing. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx

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