Skip to main content

GDT for The Male Room Challenge #157

  Hi Everyone,

I am delighted to be guest designer at the current Male Room challenge.

The theme for this challenge is "Food".
Quite a lot of options here.

I decided on the set Basic Veggies form AALL&Create. I love that one. I stamped it and heat embossed it in black. I doodles  the frame around the turnips. Colored with water colors. The sentiment is also heat embossed and is from an old set by Casual Fridays.


I hope I could entice you to play along. After all this is the season of abundant food and festivities! See you in The Male Room!

Happy Stamping and Happy Eating!

Linking up with:





Comments

!neke said…
Great card !!!
So funny !
groeten Ineke
Flo said…
In Deine Rüben möchte man fast reinbeißen. Eine tolle Idee hast Du mal wieder gehabt!
Jane said…
You never disappoint Cornelia! Another fantastic card in your distinctive quirky style. Thanks so much for guesting at The Male Room challenge.
conil said…
Congrats on your GD gig. Love how you colored those veggies...The Male Room made a good choice.
Gorgeous colors and a beautiful design!
MortiCraft said…
Fantastic stamp and fantastic inking. The sentiment is brilliant too! I love it. Thanks for being Guest Designer at The Male Room. X
Love the stamp, the colouring, the fabby sentiment, a fabulous card for your guest appearance. So good to have you. Your comment on mine is inspirational I wish I had thought of it. Thank you.
Faith DT TMR

Popular posts from this blog

Easter Egg and Bunny

Hi Everyone, I made a bunch of Easter cards, after all its little more than one month and I need to send them out in time... You see, they are all similar - using both the die cut and the negative, that I cut from a die cut egg. The cute bunnies got their yearly appearance - they are from Impression Obsession. the egg is by Lifestyle Crafts. The sentiment is by Papertrey. And here are bigger photos from this set: Linking up with Creative with Stamps - Easter The Paper Players - die cutting Die Cut Divas - animals Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies

Dandelion and Christmas Trees

Hi  Everyone, I am getting tired of making Christmas cards.... I needed a break from them. I love the inspiration picture for the current Sunday stamps challenge , so I pulled out my ancient Hero Arts stamp to make this card.  The sentiment is by Unity stamps. Did some masking and sponging. I also performed a little surgery on my stamp, as those falling dandelion seeds are attached to the main stamp. Just a little cut with my Exacto knife and I set them free! I am also linking up with: Mod Squad Challenge  - Anything but Christmas (exactly how I feel....) Happy Little Stampers Dec CAS Challenge   -  Favorite Technique (sponging is my favorite)    But I do have a Christmas card for you, in fact I  made two - they are slightly different - do you see it? My materials are: tree dies - Papertrey, sentiment - Simon Says stamps, some punches, gingham stamp - Stampin' up, PP cut with a die by Paper Smooches, added a little bit of Stickles to the tre

Topflight Stamps 4th Birthday

   Hi Everyone, It's  Topflight Stamps   4th birthday !  In order to celebrate, I’ve teamed up with some great designers to showcase birthday cards using the unique products available at Topflight Stamps. Please hop along with us and see all the beautiful talent from this group of amazing designers! You should have arrived here from the wonderfully talented  Jennie Atkinson blog. If not, no worries, catch the details below.  Of course a birthday card was in order. I made a gel press background with Fresco Chalk Paints (Aquamarine, Banana and Slimed). I used the cute set Party 2 from Craft Emotions and colored the critters with watercolors and markers. Fuzzy cut them and added them to my card. The sentiment is from Darkroom Door. Use code  F UNSTAMPING   to get 12% discount at  Topflight Stamps Follow along here and if you get lost you can always start at the Topflight Stamp Blog. Topflight Stamps Topflight Stamps Lisa Hoel Jennie Atkinson Cornelia Wenokor - you are here Karen