Thursday 14 February 2019

Thursday Thoughts

Today I'm sharing a card that was inspired by the challenge at CAS Mix Up.

Before I started to create my card I watched a couple of the video links on the CAS Mix Up blog and then opted for using Glossy Accents.

I die cut the scribble heart from hot pink card stock and then used a strip of masking tape to hold it still while I applied a liberal coating of glossy accents. While this was drying I stamped the greeting onto white card and then matted it onto a ot pink card base.

Once the die cut heart was dry I intended to curl it to add the dimension from the challenge prompt, but because the die consists of so many thin bits I didn't need to do this as it curled up on its own during the drying process. I used a couple of trimmed down foam pads in the centre of the heart to attach it to the card and allow it to stand proud.

Stamps: Uniko, Just Because
Inks: Versafine Clair, nocturne
Die: Sizzix Tim Holtz Scribbles & Splats
Glossy Accents

Thanks so much for visiting my blog today, it's always more fun when you drop by.

And keep crafting!

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  1. Love the fabulous CAS design and super heart die xx

  2. What wonderful dimension, Jane! This heart certainly does stand proud! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

  3. Beautiful CAS design Jane. The glossy accents add depth to your die-cut along with lovely shine. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

  4. Great how the die cut heart curled up on its own after the liberal coating of glossy accents as it adds even more wonderful dimension. Love the hot pink and the pop of black. Fabulous CAS card and thank you for joining in the CAS Mix Up Challenge x.

  5. Wonderful CAS design Jane, love the colours and the heart covered with the glossy accents. Thanks for sharing at CAS Mix Up.


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