Die-Cut Floral CASEing

Hi there,

My card today usees a couple of dies that have been collecting dust ever since I purchased them several months ago.  Actually, I think one of them was purchased 10 months ago!

CAS Floral card for June CAS Mix Up Challenge, HLS June Anything Goes with Dies, June CASEploration Shelly Kurth, CFC-149 Florals

I pulled out my Pierced Circle Frame die and die cut from white cardstock twice to give it dimension. Then I took one of the inside die-cut circles and ink blended Sahara Sand ink over a brick stencil before inlaying it into the frame.

CAS Floral card for June CAS Mix Up Challenge, HLS June Anything Goes with Dies, June CASEploration Shelly Kurth, CFC-149 Florals

Next I die cut the Botanical flower from white cardstock.  I used a sponge dauber to add sone pink shading to the flower.  The leaves were die cut from light gold colored cardstock.

CAS Floral card for June CAS Mix Up Challenge, HLS June Anything Goes with Dies, June CASEploration Shelly Kurth, CFC-149 Florals

I adhered the floral elaments around the circle frame and then stamped the greeting in black Archival ink using my MISTI.

 

I am playing in the following challenges:

CASEploration – June 2016 CASEing Shelly Kurth
CAS-ual Fridays – CFC149 Florals
CAS Mix Up – June 2016 stamping + die-cuts + your choice
Happy Little Stampers – Anything Goes with Dies

 

 

 

10 thoughts on “Die-Cut Floral CASEing

  1. Fabulous card, love the bricked background, it adds so much interest to the frame, thanks for joining us at HLS.

  2. So pretty – I love the softly stencilled brickwork background and those beautifully layered flowers and leaves. Thanks so much for playing along at CASEplorations.

  3. Gorgeous design Trina. Love the soft stenciling for the background and the soft sponging for the flowers. Brown and pink are so wonderful together. Thanks again for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

  4. Love your circle frame with the stenciled bricks, Trina! And that spray of flowers is so soft and pretty! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

  5. You turned your dust collectors into something really beautiful! Love the subtle colours. Your card really captures the feel of Shelly’s card, great CASE! Thanks so much for playing along at CASEplorations. Good Luck! 🙂

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