Tuesday 2 April 2019

Happy Little Stampers April CAS Challenge

I'm here today to share my DT card for the new Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge.

Its's a One Layer theme this month and I love the way this makes me really experiment with my supplies to achieve a satisfying result.

I started this card by inking through a sunray stencil and then stamped on top of it quite randomly with different sized butterflies from Visible Image.

I added the largest and most beautiful butterfly, in my opinion, using black heat embossed ink to make it really pop against the background colours. I then went searching for a greeting that would stretch across the width of the card and separate the busy top part from the empty 'white' space at the bottom.

Stamps: Visible Image, Wings of Change; Greeting from MFT, Springtime Blooms
Inks: Veramark clear + Ranger superfine black embossing powder; Versafine Clair, nocturne; SU, pool party, blackberry bliss; ColorBox, grape
Stencil: Create a Smile, Focal Point
Pens: Copic, BG32, BV01; Sakura gelly roll, white; Wink of Stella, clear

If you'd like to see more inspiring examples of One Layer CAS cards then head on over to the HLS blog - HERE. You're going to love what you see!

Thanks so much for looking today, it's been fabulous to have you visit my blog.

And keep crafting!

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  1. An amazing one layer card Jane, I love it xx

  2. Stunning colors, Jane. Beautiful shades of purple and black look so beautiful. I also love the placement of elements on the card, patterned top and white bottom of the card. A perfect CAS project

  3. That's a fabulous background effect Jane, I love this card!
    Chrissie x

  4. Love this ...... the different shades of purple look so pretty xx


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