Wednesday, September 6, 2017

You Are Awesome - CAS

9/11/2017 Update: Splitcoast Stampers CAS Favorite of the week ending 9/10/2017.


CAS cards have been catching more attention from me and I have been participating in more CAS challenges. I'm still learning when enough is enough and sometimes it's difficult not to add more. The colors on this card are supposed to be ROYAL BLUE & LIME GREEN. I substituted a different shade of blue because I don't have any royal blue ink - not a drop!
On a white card base, a circular stamp was masked and inked with lime green ink and then again with blue ink. The sentiment was stamped across the image in keeping with the sketch.
The right edge was die cut with a row of little circles as a complement to the tiny dots of the stamped image. The inside of the card was decorated with a strip of green cardstock using the same die but placed so that the green cardstock shows through the little holes.

The card is being submitted to:

1. CAS(E) This Sketch #237









2. Less Is More Color Challenge #344 (Royal Blue & Lime Green)





3. Crafty Creations #349 (Anything Goes)




Techniques: CAS, stamping, masking, die cutting
Size: A2

Materials
Stamps: Altenew Half Tone Circles & Simon Says Stamp Big Scripty Greetings (sentiment)
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin' Up! Lemon Lime Twist, Distress Oxide Broken China
Cardstock: Stampin' Up! Whisper White (heavyweight) & Lemon Lime Twist
Die: Lawn Fawn

8 comments:

  1. Oh, that's fantastic Melanie! Great take on that sketch (it was a tough one!), love your colors too. Great design! :)

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  2. A fantastic CAS card combining the challenges. Love the creative use of reverse masking. Thank you for joining us this week at Less is More. :) Trina

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  3. Love this CAS card! Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

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  4. Love this CAS design, super striking and great for either gender too.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

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  5. This truly is awesome...CAS and love the color combination.

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  6. I think I actually prefer the blue you used over royal blue. Really neat graphic effect.

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