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Funky Fossil Designs - Art Deco Celebration

       Hi Everybody! 

I am back with a card for Funky Fossil Designs
I used a page from the fantastic Deco Luxe paper pad for my background. This is one awesome paper pad!  Not only for art deco lovers, it can be used for a lot of festive occasions!
In fact the entire card is made with that paper pad. No stamping at all. I cut out the lady, sentiment and Champagne bottle and assebled it oon the background paper. I added Crystal Laquer to the bottle and added some glitter enamel dots from my stash. 
Supplies I used:
I hope you liked this. Thanks for visiting!
Happy Stamping! 

Linking up with:
Time Out challenges - Birthday (Happy birthday to you!)


kareN stampZ said…
Very cool paper pack, that brick wall and champagne bottle look so realistic, what a lovely card. Thanks for playing and sharing with us at AAA Cards this week.
Tristan said…
What a cool looking art deco card Cornelia. Your sentiment and lady pop off that background. Thanks for joining us at AAA Cards.
Deepti Aggarwal said…
So cool, Cornelia. I really love how you have arranged all the elements together from a paper pack. Simply Gorgeous. Thank you so much for joining us at Time Out. Hugsxx Deepti
This is wonderful, Cornelia. Love the Great Gatzby look in true Cornelia style! Thank you so much for joining in our 10th Birthday celebration at Time Out. We are so glad you did!
foleysfriend said…
What a fabulous card. The background paper is amazing and I like how you kept the elements simple with black and white. I'm not sure that I would consider your card Clean and Simple, which was our challenge (the birthday was the optional challenge). Thanks for stopping by AAA Cards.

sue n.

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