Hi there. Having more rainbow fun and dropping in quickly to share (surprise, surprise 😂) another rainbow CAS birthday card.
To start, stamped the bear and cake with Memento black ink on Neenah cardstock, coloured with Copics then fussy cut out. Created the plate by die cutting an Oval Shadow from a scrap of white cardstock and outlining the perimeter with a black marker.
Die cut ‘Celebrate’ three times from more white scraps and stacked them for dimension. White heat embossed the second part of the sentiment on a black strip.
Took a white A2 rectangle panel and coloured the bottom with the same markers used to colour the cake. Adhered the panel to a white top folding cardbase, then assembled the card. Added clear shimmer to finish.
Spring has just begun, so I hope you’re not sick of seeing rainbow cards from me. 😉 Thank you for visiting. Have a great day!
Hello there. This month’s challenge at CAS Christmas is Ornaments. Unlike last month’s challenge where my supply of hollies was limited, I have plenty of ornament options to choose from. And here’s my card.
The die is a 2-piece die set consisting of the detailed image and the shadow.
To start, the two pieces were lined up and held together with painters tape. 3 ornaments were then die cut from white cardstock and stacked for dimension. The hook part was created from a scrap of silver foil paper.
I wanted a sparkly ornament and after reading how shimmery Magicals are, I gave my recently purchased Magicals a go. Sprinkled Gluten Tag Teal and Bavarian Blue Magicals on watercolor paper, spritz with water then dried with the heat tool. I must have done something wrong because it wasn’t as shimmery. Anyway, I ended up spritzing it with a DIY shimmer spray and got the results I was after. Splattered some white acrylic paint for a snowy look, then die cut with the shadow die.
The ornament was a lot bigger than I thought, so to keep it CAS, it was adhered off the edge on a white A2 stitched rectangle. Silver heat embossed the sentiment, then mounted the panel to a white top folding cardbase to finish.
My team have made some beautiful cards to inspire you and you can check them out HERE. The challenge runs until April 24, so there is lots of time to link up. Thank you for visiting. Have a great day!
This was easier than it looks. To start, distress inks in rainbow colours were blended with a Clarity brush through a Diagonal Grid stencil on a Mixed Media stitched panel. A balloon was then die cut from it and vellum was adhered on the back to cover the opening.
‘Happy’ was die cut from a scrap of DIY black glitter cardstock. ‘Birthday’ was die cut once from white cardstock and then four times from black cardstock to be stacked. The string was die cut from white cardstock.
The assembled panel was mounted with foam adhesive to a white top fording card base. Clear shimmer on the birthday die cut and clear sequins finished off the card.
I didn’t want the balloon cut out to go to waste, so I made a CAS birthday card. Inlaid the balloon and used the hidden die cut technique for the ‘celebrate’ sentiment.
Too funny. I actually had something different in mind, but I guess that’s the way it goes sometimes. Thank you for visiting. Have a great day!
Hi everyone. I can’t believe it’s December 1st already! The crazy busy season has started. So I’m just sneaking in a CAS Christmas card.
Stamped the bird image with Memento black ink on a scrap of X-Press It paper. Coloured it with Copics then die cut out with the matching die.
Die cut the branch (retired Memory Box – thanks Nancy 😉) from brown cardstock. Die cut Noel twice from white scraps. Ombré coloured Noel with Copics and added clear glitter.
Adhered all the pieces onto a white stitched rectangle from my stash. Placed a snow stencil over the whole panel and applied white embossing paste. Once the paste dried, mounted the panel with foam adhesives onto a white top folding card base to finish.
Happy Monday everyone. Today I am sharing a CAS birthday card created for my sweet crafty friend Nancy. Her birthday is today! Unfortunately, I didn’t send it early enough and she did not get this before leaving on her trip… so surprise, Nancy! Hope you’re enjoying your birthday getaway. For her card, I brought back my favourite Buddy image and paired him with a NBUS happy die. Love these triple layer word dies.
An A2 size stitched rectangle was die cut from X-press It paper. Buddy was stamped with Memento black ink then coloured and shaded with cool gray Copic markers.
The word happy and first layer were die cut from white cardstock. The happy word diecut was placed back into the negative piece to make it easier to colour it with a mini blending tool and distress inks.
The bottom happy layer was die cut from black cardstock and another happy word was die cut from white cardstock to be stacked. Birthday was white heat embossed on a scrap of black cardstock. The stitched panel was mounted to a top folding card base before the sentiments were adhered. Clear shimmer on the pastel coloured happy finished the card.