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Cocktail Time with Funky Fossil Designs

Hi Everyone,

I finally had some time to play with my Funky Fossil Designs supplies again.


I used the Happy Hour stencil and sponged with different distress inks. I masked the corners of the Martini glass. Other than that it was just simple sponging. used patterned paper as a frame. The sentiment is from Les Ateliers des Karine.

I am playing along with the Time Out challenge - they want you to use alcohol, LOL!

Happy Stamping!

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Flo said…
Ha! Da bekommt man doch gleich Lust auf einen Cocktail!!
Hoffentlich werde ich dadruch kein Alkoholiker (hahaha lach kaputt).
LG Flo
conil said…
Sign me up for this party...I'm sooooo ready. Awesome ink blending on those stencils...looks like a lovely drinking session.
So well designed and I love the colors.
Nora Noll said…
This is so fun!! I LOVE the shading on the glasses!!
sandie said…
Those cocktails look so tempting! Wonderful mix of colours and blended so well. Matching with the strong striped paper works perfectly. Thanks for joining Time Out x
Joyce said…
Gorgeous cocktail party right on your card. Love the pretty colors of your blending. Gives a new meaning to mixed drinks! Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.
Anita in France said…
Vibrant, tropical and almost chilled-looking, Cornelia ... your blending makes them positively scrumptious! Hugs, Anita :)
Gerrina said…
These glasses are really full of tropical sunshine! Beautiful! Thank you for joining us at TIME OUT!
sandie said…
Congrats on winning at Time Out-see blog for details x

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