Friday, 28 April 2017


Hi, thanks for stopping by...
I really like how this cute CAS card turned out!
Brilliant White Foundation Card by Creative Expressions, Flower Stamp by Clarity, Sentiment Stamp by Altenew,  Victorian Velvet and Mustard See Distress Inks by Ranger and a few flat back pearls, edger die, also by
 Creative Expressions.
The finished card is 4"x5"..... cute would you agree?

I used the largest die from Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics B to die cut a top folding base card.  Using the next size down I die cut another piece of the brilliant white card. This was then die cut using one of the edger dies by Spellbinders, I no longer have the packing so I'm sorry I am unable to give you the name of it this time.
I then drew a fine pencil mark to where the top and bottom die cuts ended on the card.  Easy lift off tape was applied to the right and left side of the card as I wanted a white border showing.
I inked my blending tool with the 'barn door' ink pad and coloured the section of the  base card leaving space for the second colour, 'mustard seed'.  A clean blending tool was again used for this.
I then inked the second stamp with Stazon in Jet Black and stamped it onto the base card, as shown.
Mounting foam was applied to both pieces of card and adhered to the base card.
And that is it, clean and simple
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See you back here tomorrow

June x

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