The card above is actually the card that I created with the left-overs from my original card (below), but the CAS look is really making me happy! Sigh! All I did was adhering my die cut sentiment (Winnie & Walter) to a white panel that I had cut using my favourite stitched rectangle die (SSS) and adding a few strips that I was left with after trimming down my panel for the card below. I stacked the panel with another die cut panel before adhering it to my cardbase and added a few sequins (Pretty Pink Post, Sharing Kindness mix) to finish off.
For my original card below, I started by stamping the Hero Arts Lotus background stamp in distress oxide ink (Broken china) and then heat embossing in clear (HA) embossing powder. I then blended two colours of distress ink (Twisted citron and Tumbled glass) before trimming down the panel and die cutting the Hello sentiment. I also die cut the sentiment from blue Core'dination cardstock and glued it into the aperture before adhering 2 stacked die cuts with a thread nest on top, making sure to leave a slight blue shadow at the top.
I also finished off this card with a few PPP sequins.
I'm linking up both cards at:
ABNH - Florals
SSS Wednesday - Anything goes
Such a awesome way to use the panel, both cards are perfect, gorgeous colours.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge xx
fabulous design, luv how you used the colors! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!ReplyDelete
sparkle & shine, kindness *~*
fantastic cards! Thank you for sharing at A Blog Named Hero.ReplyDelete
Love these cards, well done.ReplyDelete
What a great way to put everything to use! I love them both!ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous. The colors are perfect together, and I love the treatment of the die cut... and that you got two cards from one blended panel! Well done! Thank you so much for joining us over at A Blog Named Hero!ReplyDelete
Mooi design en kleuren, Mar. X Ineke☀️ReplyDelete