Sunday, May 8, 2016
Flowers for You - CAS
The second card can be viewed HERE.
A card base was stamped with monochromatic ink and the edges sponged for
a vintage look. An oval was die cut from a panel of cardstock. The cardstock was stamped with flowers and colored with markers. Spattering and sponging was added as well. An oval frame was die cut and adhered to the oval cut out. The panel was popped up with foam tape and adhered to the card base. Another oval was die cut, stamped and adhered directly to the card base through the oval cut out. Gold Glitz was added to the centers of the flowers. The inside of the card was lined with a panel of cardstock. For decoration, the pink oval was stamped with a leaf and tiny butterflies and adhered to the inside.
I'm not sure if my card is quite right for a CAS challenge, but based on my own design aesthetic, it qualifies. This card is being entered into the Creative with Stamps Challenge #2. Visit their blog to join in the fun and win prizes!
Techniques: CAS, stamping, sponging, coloring, die cutting
Size: A2 (4.25" x 5.5")
Stampin' Up! Materials
Stamps: Awesomely Artistic, Make a Cake (tiny butterflies), Circle of Spring (sentiment)
Inks: Tip Top Taupe
Stampin' Write Markers: Pink Pirouette, Strawberry Slush, Pear Pizzazz
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand, Pink Pirouette
Dies: Gina K Designs stacking and nesting ovals
Misc.: Dimensionals, Dazzling Details (Gold Glitz)