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Going Green with Stampotique

Hi Everyone,

I was taking part in a post card swap on the Stampotique blog and that is the card I created for it. The theme was "going green".

I I used all sorts of green from yellow greens to blueish greens. The fun butterfly lady you can find HERE. The sentiment you can find HERE. The stencil is by Visible Image. The stitched frame is by STAMPlorations.
Added some Stickles.

Linking up with:

Simply Create Too Challenge Blog


Cornelia I just love these stamps, such a fun image. I so wish they were cling foam.
Manuela said…
Wow, die Karte sieht megamäßig aus! Die Farbverläufe sind toll! Danke fürs Zeigen bei Challenge up your life! Liebe Grüßlis, Manu
Wow! I love all that pretty green. Great fun card.
conil said…
Very artsy...especially with that swirling background and all that green and yellow. And and we talk about this adorabble image with the butterfly on her head. She's just plain her earrings. You even made the sentiment interesting and fun. Kudos, girl.
Janis Lewis said…
Cute! Thanks for joining us at Simply Create Too.
Anita in France said…
Such a fabulous image, Cornelia ... she's so fun ... and I love the way your dressed her and those delicious butterflies up in those luscious, saturated, gorgeous greens and blues ... the twinkle of gold is fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
Nancy Soetaert said…
awesome card, love it!

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