After stamping and white heat embossing (SSS) one of the large flower clusters towards the bottom of my soft pink cardstock, I used CP inks in Polished and Seafoam to colour in my images with the help of a Zig blender brush.
I die cut the Merry sentiment (Merry & Bright, Essentials by Ellen) from my stamped panel and 2 more times from red cardstock. I adhered my card panel to my pearlescent card base and then inlaid my sentiment stack for a camouflaged CAS look.
I'm playing at:
Perfectly CAS - #1 Flowers
Jingle Belles - Pink Christmas...for the cure
As always, the first JB challenge in October is
all about pink holiday cards.
And for every card that is being linked up
this fortnight, the love Jingle Belles,
Lauren and Stephanie, will each be donating
2 dollars to the US Breast Cancer Research Foundation
SSS WCMD - Anything goes
SSS Wednesday - Christmas
ATSM - #262 Make your mark
The Flower Challenge - #37 CAS
That is such a nice card!ReplyDelete
What a lovely holiday card ... so glad you went PINK for a Cure with us at Jingle Belles.ReplyDelete
A beautifully soft and delicate feminine creation Marianne.ReplyDelete
This is so pretty, and the die-cut sentiment looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Perfectly CAS!
This looks so pretty ..... I love that you used the pink base. Thank you for playing along with the Perfectly CAS challenge xxReplyDelete
Love seeing Christmas cards done in Non Traditional Colors.ReplyDelete
Yours is so beautiful in all of those shades of pink.
I really like how you placed your sentiment, I must try that sometime.
Thank you for sharing with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE.
oh how i love this beautifully elegant card; such CAS perfection. thanks for helping us celebrate PINK CHRISTMAS at JINGLE BELLES! ♥ReplyDelete