Tuesday 17 January 2017

CAS Colours & Sketches - #206

A new colour challenge starts at CAS Colours & Sketches today and it's a bright and funky trio.


Here's my card:

I used a Memento close equivalent to the SU ink specified for the stems and bottom flower layer. Then I stamped straight on top with the two pinks. I die cut the image so that it was just falling off the right hand side.

I stamped the sentiment and trimmed the card into a banner and added a heart at the beginning.

Stamps: SU, Touches of Texture; Uniko, sentiment from Simply Said Birthday
Inks: SU, watermelon wonder, flirty flamingo; Memento, teal zeal
Die: MFT Die-namics, double stitched rectangles
Embellishment: SU, enamel heart, flirty flamingo

So what will you do with these colours? Remember CC&S is a CAS (clean and simple) challenge! Please check out the definition on the blog if you're not sure about CAS.

Thanks for your time today, I love having you visit my blog.  And keep crafting!

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  1. Love the 'off the edge' stamping and the double stitched dies :) Beautifully CAS too. Hugs Bev x

  2. Gorgeous! Love how you've inked up the inside of the flower stamps like that, looks way nice!!

  3. Wonderful card! I love the layering of the images and the way you die cut the focal layer!

  4. Ooh I do like the outline flower & stems with all that white space. Love the grunge you flower heads too x

  5. I really like how you've "colored" the flower petals! It's fun to me to see all the different ways the CC&S team used flowers this week. :)

  6. Love the way you used the colors by stamping the lined part of the flower in Island Indigo and the colored part in the other ink! So pretty, Jane!

  7. I love how you have positioned your image off to the side to leave plenty of white space it works perfectly to create a great CAS look!

  8. I love the images coming off the layer - the white space really showcases them. x


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