Sunday, 5 August 2018

CAS … me?

Welp, I just proved that I can (sort of, ish) do a CAS card.  It’s still probably too fussy to be true CAS, but it works for me.

I started off by inking through the new Teardrop Splash Stencil onto patterned paper with Bundled Sage Distress Oxide ink, die cut the shape with the Hand Stitched Nested Rectangles dies and finished off with a sentiment from the new Cheeky Sentiments stamps.

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I dug out a bit of gingham ribbon from my stash because even if I don’t have flowers and foo-foo frills on my cards I’ve still gotta have layers 😂


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Whimsy Stamps products used:


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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Bev I think it definitely qualifies as a CAS card , I must say I also struggle with doing this kind of card as it feels like I haven’t spent enough time fiddling about with all the bits and bobs that make a busier card ! Xx

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  2. I love it! So pretty, and the hand-stitched die and stencil are going on my wish list. Your eye for color is always impeccable!

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  3. Now that IS unusual to see a CAS design from you, but as with everything you do Bev, it's a stunner! Love the gingham bow finish and that button and twine. Finishes it perfectly. Hugs, Wends xoxo

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  4. FABULOUS card! LOVE the colors and design
    Have a nice day.
    Anneke

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Bev x

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