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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Muse Christmas Visions #100

Hi Everyone,

my teamie Chriss made a wonderful Christmas card to spark our imagination over at MCV.


This is her card:


You see I basically went with the flowers. Although a Poinsettia is called a Weihnachtsstern in German, which translates into Christmas star - hence my stars. I first wanted to use gold paper for my sentiment, but then I decided against it and kept it light. Got some gold in the little stars and the Washi tape on the side.

The stars are by Simon Says and the sentiment is from CUTplorations.


Now, since its our 100th challenge we also have a lot pf prizes for you. So come and play along, maybe you will be one of our lucky winners! You still have some time, the linky list closes at 7:59AM on Monday, 5/28.

See you at MCV!

Linking up with:
Watercooler Wednesday - all about Christmas


12 comments:

conil said...

Great minds...I just entered both these challenges myself but, obviously, after seeing your gorgeous entry, I won't win. This is truly lovely...I'm jelly.

ionabunny said...

Love your interpretation of the muse card. The stars are beautiful against the blue. Hugz

Mac Mable said...

Great inspiration with the poinsettia and the stars. Wonderful card x

Dora said...

Beautiful

Ardyth said...

SO. COOL.

Penny Hanuszak said...

Cornelia thanks for sharing your card with us at the All About Christmas challenge at Watercooler Wednesday this week......awesome! I love the German interpretation of poinsettia and how you turned that into the focus of your card. Very clever. The large lettering in white is beautiful and really adds to the overall appeal of your card. Thanks again for inspiring.

Anita in France said...

Light, airy, festive and so celebratory, Cornelia ... love that shimmery gold! Hugs, Anita :)

Robyn Oliver said...

wow Cornelia, great interpretation of the challenge, a lovely bright card

Helen said...

A great card, Cornelia! You wouldn't believe it, but I almost posted my card using those wonderful stars as my DT entry this week! Obviously amazing taste!!! Thanks so much for sharing this week at Watercooler Wednesday Christmas Challenge.

Heidi Weaver said...

Wow, Cornelia, that is a lovely scattering of Christmas stars! Love the translation of the Poinsettia and this version of it. Great use of colours. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

Daen'Ys said...

Weihnachtsstern = Christmas star ist doch klar wie Wasser!! - die Challenge hast du wieder mal supertoll umgesetzt.

Lady Joyful said...

This is such a fun card! Love the stars. Thank you for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge - Charlotte/Lady Joyful, DT