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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Shell and Octopi

Hi Everyone,

 I wanted to make one more summer card, before the summer is completely  over and Challenge up your Life provided the incentive - the theme is shells.


I thought I had some shells, but I was wrong, but then I dug o up this Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymus set, that I had won a looooong time ago and hadn't used. It has quite a beautiful shell in it. I also wanted to play with my new pearl alcohol inks. The shimmer doesn't show well in the picture, but they are pretty. I added some foil to the sticky areas. The delicate octopi are by Alexandra Renke and the frame is by Steckenpferdchen. 


Linking up with:
Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies



7 comments:

Verna Angerhofer said...

Beautiful colors and card.

conil said...

What an amazing final summer card...I can see the glow of those pearly alcohol inks. It works perfectly for marine look of the card. That shell is glorious...perfect to offset those teeny octopi. This is really a stunning card...my new favorite of yours.

Bobby said...

So gorgeous, Cornelia. The alcohol ink made a great background for the wonderful shell. I'm so glad you "found" it. Perfect sentiment too.

papierelle said...

Hier muss man ja aufpassen, das einem der Bildschirm nicht kaputt geht, so intensiv und knallig sind die Farben. Hammermäßig tolle Karte!!

Anita in France said...

I see the pearly shine and the metallic shimmer, Cornelia ... and it's gorgeous ... that glowing shell is simply stunning ... perfectly collaged with the subtle ocean elements and frame! Hugs, Anita :)

Susan Renshaw said...

Lovely background!
Thank you for sharing with Happy Little Stampers!
Susan
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Helen Gullett said...

This is beautiful... I missed the ocean :)
I love your alcohol inks background and those shell die cuts.
Thanks for playing along with Happy Little Stampers Challenge!