JUST A NOTE:

Thank you for your time to visit my blog. I hope you enjoy it and visit often :). If it inspires you feel free to use my ideas, but don't forget to give credit and back-link to my blog. Thanks again and have fun browsing! Cornelia

If you want to contact me, mail to neliacards@gmail.com

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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Stampotique - Limited Edition

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to introduce the filmstrip stamp from Stampotique's new release. You can populate it with anything, but I focused on the funky Stampotique characters. On the left you see Spongul, then Queenie and Moses only partially.



The sentiment is from the phrase cube #3. I colored with my favorite Inktense pencils.



Happy Stamping!

Friday, February 23, 2018

Twofer Card Challenge #2

Hi Everyone,

here come my last minute projects for the Twofer Card Challenge #2.
The theme is heart.
Not so easy.....


 First I couldn't think of what heart to use and then once I decided to make my own heart stamp from a die and fun foam what to do with it....

Well, you see what I came up with:


Card #1 is done with generational stamping. I used my new Catherine Pooler inks for this and they are fabulous. The big sentiment is by Neat&Tangled.Mounted it onto a black card base.


Card #2 uses the same heart, but sideways. I turned it into fish - doodles some fins and added googly eyes.


The awesome bubbles are by Ryn Tanaka. It's about time to use them again....The die cut at the bottom is from Lifestyle Crafts. The sentiment is by Your Next Stamp.


So, here you have it - same stamp, different themes, completely different cards, jumbled brain, puh......!

Linking up with:
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - make your own background (first card)
Alphabet Challenge - X-tra special occasion (first card)
Craft Rocket Challenge - Love (first card)
Cute Card Thursday - cute critters (second card)
Seize the Birthday - anything birthday (second card)

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Designs by Ryn


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Peek-A-Boo

Hi Everyone,

along time ago I bought those holes from Katzelkraft and I never got around to use them, tsk, tsk, tsk. The ostrich is fairly new. Those two are made for each other, I think....


I even took some pictures during the process, so you can see how it came about.

I first stamped the ostrich. I used a trip of washi tape to mask off the neck. I used a stamp positioner to stamp the ostrich into the hole


And then I colored the bird with my Inktense pencils.



The hole I colored with water colors.


Added the sentiment.


Trimmed off a bit from the bottom and added a strip of patterned paper.

Where else besides France can you get those stamps?

Well, Frantic Stamper and Topflight Stamps are your go to stores in the US.



Linking up with:

Stamp, Ink, Paper - card makers choice
Stempelkueche - Liebesgruesse (fuer Dich da ist auch Liebe)


Tuesday, February 20, 2018

STAMPlorations Inspiration #164

Hi Everyone,
its inspiration time at STAMPlorations!



This week we are featuring Deepti's stamp line Dee's Artsy Impressions.

My stamp supplies:
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Just Because 

I gave no line water coloring a try. It looks really nice, but I definitely can use some practice...



From February 20 to 26, all Dee's Artsy Impressions stamps are 15% off (no coupon needed) 

Right now you get all non-retiring products in the store 10% off automatically through April (with an extra 20% off when you use my discount code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA).

All our  Inspiration Project posts have a monthly random drawing - 1 commenter wins a $10 gift certificate. So look at all those fabulous cards the Inspiration Girls made and leave them some love! It may pay off :)

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:


Stamping Sensations - anything with flowers
A Gem of a Challenge - Spring Flowers
Stamp, Ink, Paper - card makers choice
My Creative Scoop - handcoloring

Please grab our logo Color Inspiration Monthly Link Up 28A Gem of A Challenge







Saturday, February 17, 2018

CASEing myself for Muse Christmas Visions

Hi Everyone,

I had so much fun making my last Muse Christmas Visions card, that I decided to CASE myself. Besides - you people are not playing along and this is my last attempt to get you motivated ;)
You still have today and all of tomorrow....


I used an ARTplorations stencil for the trees. The cute die cut animals are from Flora and Fauna and the delicate star clusters are from Lavinia stamps. The sentiment is by Neat & Tangled. Just added a strip of silver tape at the bottom


So, what do you think? Wanna play?
Click HERE for the link.

Also linking up with:
Merry Monday - stencil
Sweet Stampin' Christmas - anything goes
Mod Squad - Winter theme
Jingle Belles - any kind of coloring (I used distress inks)
Lost Coast Portal to Creativity - more that two legs
CHNC Challenge - anything Christmas with some green

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Friday, February 16, 2018

Don't be a Prick

Hi everyone,

I saw this funny pun on Pinterest and I had to turn it into a card.
Stampotiques' cactus row was the first thing that came into my mind and the ever so useful Alpha Background is just the prefect thing to make your own sentiments!


I stamped and water colored. The ground I made with Brushos. Added the sentiment. 
Pretty easy....


Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
2 Sisters on the blog - Man's card
A bit more time to Craft - anything goes
Creatalicious Challenge - anything goes with option man
Eclectic Ellapu - anything goes

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Spotlight on Emboss Resist and Brushos


Hi Everyone,

I have my spotlight post over at STAMPlorations today.

I am using emboss resist as my technique. It is super simple and I always love the effect you get with Brushos or similar pigment powders.


 I made two different cards, using two different blues shade for card #1 and only the color named gamboge for card #2. If you wondering about that color name  - I googled it for you:

Gamboge is a partially transparent deep saffron to mustard yellow pigment. It is used to dye Buddhist monks' robes because the color is a deep tone of saffron, the traditional color used for the robes of Theravada Buddhist monks.


My stamp supplies:
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For the Birds, Trendy Butterflies (out of stock at the moment), Party Time, Bloom Happy, Stitched Nesting Dies



Curious to find out how I did this? Visit the STAMPlorations blog for a full tutorial!

Remember if you try out any of the techniques from our Spotlight posts and hook your project up at our Spotlight Project Showcase  you have a chance to win a $15 gift certificate (random drawing) OR your choice of 5x7 stamp set + a Spotlight Project guest designer spot (randomly drawn from the Top 3 picks).


Use code STAMPGIRLCORNELIA
to get 20% off on all stamps, stencils, and dies on all regular- and sale-priced items in the store.

Happy Stamping!