Hi there. Just dropping in quickly to share a CAS masculine graduation card before I get right back into making more birthday cards. I have a bunch of birthdays coming up. 😉
The world was stamped with Limestone and Industrial Diamond inks on a scrap of white cardstock. It was covered with VersaMark, then heat embossed with clear embossing powder before being die cut out with the circle die.
The slight glow from the world was created with a sponge dauber and white pigment ink on an A2 black panel. Splatters of white acrylic paint created the starry background in the upper portion.
The sentiment was die cut from a scrap of glossy white cardstock and black fun foam to be stacked for dimension. It was tough, but keeping it CAS and masculine, so no glitter or embellishments. 😂
Thank you for visiting. Have a great week.
I am playing in the following challenges:
Addicted to CAS – #112 Graduation
City Crafters – Week 364 Out of this World
Uniko – #41 Masculine
Addicted to Stamps and More – #244 Clean and Simple
Hi everyone. It’s Saturday, which means a new challenge at Less is More (LIM). Challenge #328 this week, is one layer cards (OLC) with spots and stripes. Once again, our sponsor this month is Uniko. Our guest designer is March winner, Sue Blamey.
First, thick Whisper White cardstock was cut and scored to create a top folding card base. Intense Black ink was used to stamp the graduation cap, halftone explosion and the wow. The cordinating die was used to die cut the cap mask, while the wow mask was created in the usual way of stamping and fussy cutting. So the cap was stamped first then masked. Next the wow was stamped then masked before the halftone explosion was stamped last. The cap was coloured with coloured pencils and the stripes were drawn in using a t-ruler and Smoky Slate marker. The sentiment was stamped with Persian Blue ink. For dimension, Glossy Accents was added to the wow. A few black sequins finished off the card.
I am entering this card in Casology challenge 248 Commencement.
For my next card, white no-bleed through Copic-friendly cardstock (since it’s a OLC) was cut and scored to once again create a top-folding card base. The stripes, image and sentiment were stamped with black Memento ink. The image and the bottom area were then masked and Wilted Violet distress ink was sponged for the background. The image was then coloured with Copics in rainbow colours. To finish, clear shimmer was added to the bow and googlie eyes to the monster.
I am entering this birthday card in the following challenges:
MarkerPop – #120 Rainbow Fun
Crafty Friends – #57 Cute
Addicted to Stamps and More – #241 Anything Goes
Modsquad – Let’s Color
For more inspirations from my teamies, head over to the LIM blog. Hope you will join us this week. Remember to make it one layer and to keep it CAS with plenty of white/untouched space. Thank you for stopping by and have a great week.