Sunday, 10 June 2018

AAA Cards Challenge #117 - Geometrics

We have such a fun theme for the new challenge at AAA Cards - I'm sure you're going to love it!


As Uniko are sponsoring this challenge and they have such a great range of geometric stamps it was an obvious choice for me.


I started by stamping a strip from Background Builders Squared. I then popped a Uniko stencil over the top and inked through in candied apple. Then I moved the stencil and inked through in wild honey. Both these inks were distress oxide and look gorgeous and creamy.


I finished off my card by stamping a greeting on a scrap of card which I then trimmed down leaving a white border all around.

Supplies:
Stamps:Uniko, Background Builders Squared, Simply Said Blocks
Inks: Versafine, onyx black; Ranger distress oxide, wild honey, candied apple:
Stencil: Uniko, Scattered Polka dots

The rest of the AAA Cards DT have created stunning sample cards to inspire you and we also have a wonderful Guest Designer Carol from CarolG Creates (CreationsNZ to help you on your creative journey. Check them all our HERE.

Enormous thanks for dropping by today, visitors to my blog make my day!

And keep crafting!

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8 comments:

  1. I love the contrast of b&w and color and then the squares and dots, makes it so engaging to look at and discover the card. it;s fab u lous dahling...(do you watch Strictly?) lol

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  2. Brilliant CAS card love the stamps and stencils
    Carol x

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  3. Wow! This is awesome - love the contrast of the polka dots and the squares. Great work. xx

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  4. So fun, Jane! I am with Deborah - love how you used the sharp lines of the squares with the polka dots. :)

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  5. Ooh Jane! Love how you included dots for this challenge! Such a fabulous eye-catching card!

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  6. Such a beautiful CAS card! I love the stamped circles and that super cool, graphic border!

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