Cornucopia with Keri Parish

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Our new Cornucopia (978) stamp has been beautifully colored by our designer, Keri Parish. The word Cornucopia comes from 2 latin words meaning horn of plenty. This stamp really shows off that tradition.

We love the die cuts that Keri put on the Cornucopia card because it looks as if the leaves just about match the ones that she colored. Her layers are beautiful. Keri never lets us down with her beautiful projects that she brings for us.

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Check out Keri’s blog to see more of this card and the information about what she used or did with it, you can CLICK HERE. 

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4 thoughts on “Cornucopia with Keri Parish

  1. Very pretty coloring!! Good job with the Copics. And the sparkly leaves are the perfect accessory for the gorgeous cornucopia!!

  2. I love the special effects – the glitter on the leaves and the images of the leaves in the background in two different styles. Very lovely! Thanks for the inspiration.

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