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Guest Designing for Topflight Stamps Take V

Hi Everybody, 

Cornelia here today with my fifth and last post as guest designer. I had such a great time guest designing. Thank you Donna and Lisa for picking me!
I had my eyes on that gorgeous Visible Image stamp set for a while. I am so happy I could add it to my stash of treasured stamps. 


My supplies:

I first stamped the flowers and masked them. I then took a strip of Post it tape and tore it in half and masked off a strip on the left of my card. I sponged in rainbow colors. Added a bit of Stickles to the flowers and the dots around the flowers. Added the sentiment and two little gemstones.



I hope you liked this!

If you use code FUNSTAMPING you will get 12% discount at Topflight Stamps!

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:

Time Out challenge - see graphic below


Comments

papierelle said…
Wunderschön!!! Und die beiden kleinen Halbperlen neben dem Schriftzug sind das i-Tüpfelchen!!
marilyn said…
Your cards and artwork have been lovely and inspirational! You will certainly be missed....
Mac Mable said…
So vibrant and absolutely stunning x
This is so gorgeous! What a great look you got with the masking and bright colors.
conil said…
Stunning...just such a feast for the eyes. The rainbow looks even more rainbow-y with that black and white floral. You've truly saved the best GD card for last.
nancy littrell said…
Love your stamped and masked flowers with your rainbow sponged background. Gorgeous and creative CAS card design, Cornelia. I have this stamp set too...you have me inspired..as always, my friend. TFS Hugs..Nancy
sandie said…
oh I do adore this card-love how you kept the flowers white and what vibrant rainbow background and yet still lots of white space. I just got this stamp and haven't used it but hope to soon! So good to see you at Time Out x
Sarah G said…
This is a stunning card - just beautiful! I really want that stamp set, it is awesome :)
Anita in France said…
Sigh ... what vibrant blended colour around those fantastic blooms, Cornelia ... and what a gorgeous sentiment in white one white (almost!), the font is fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
Anita in France said…
I was so taken with your card, I didn't spot you'd linked up with us at Time Out, Cornelia ... thank you so much! More Hugs, Anita :)
Nonni said…
That is such a fab flower stamp -I have it too! Love the CAS layout you created, this looks both so artsy and so clean and stylish! Thanks for joining us at Time Out!
Shona Chambers said…
So sorry for my very late comment but I just had to say how much I LOVE this card. Love how you masked the flowers, they are such a beautiful shape. And you know how much I love rainbows, so this ticks all the boxes for me. And very excited that you shared it with us at TIME OUT too!!!!
sandie said…
Congrats for getting Honours at Time Out my friend x

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