CAS Mix Up February Challenge

Welcome back to a great new challenge for February at     capture-decran-2017-01-07-a-20-45-54CAS Mix Up:

Stamping + Corrugated Cardboard + your choice

I started by slicing orange and blue corrugated card stock 1/8 th of an inch thin.  I rolled the different lengths of these fine strips on it’s side and gluing the final end onto itself.   These rolls became my flowers.  I pasted two different foliage dies in white card stock and vellum.  To add interest, I made blue and orange pen markings onto one of the stems.  I then assembled my card by first adhering the foliage stems and proceeded to glue the corrugated blossoms.  I stamped and heat embossed 3 tiny butterflies in silver pearl and then added Nuvo Glitter Drops in the flower hearts and around the bouquet.

Can’t wait to see your beautiful creations in our CAS Mix Up Gallery, hope you get inspired by all the Design Team’s incredible talent.  The challenge closes on February 24th.

Thanks for stopping by, Hugs joanna-cmu-signatureimg_1374

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22 thoughts on “CAS Mix Up February Challenge

  1. Aren’t you the clever one Joanne….making pretty creative 3D corrugated flowers!!! I love how your white CS and vellum die cut leaves soften the look of your flowers. TFS my friend. Hugs…..

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  2. What a clever, clever use of the corrugated card – your blooms are so dimensional and colorful Joanna! Your white stems are the perfect backdrop for them, keeping the design CAS but so interesting! Julia xx

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  3. What a clever idea to roll the corrugated cardboard strips into flowers! I love the look and love the embossed butterflies as well as your die cuts. A great design for sure! Hugs, Brenda

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  4. I never would have thought to use the corrugated cardboard that way – you’re brilliant! Love your embellishing with the tiny butterflies and the Nuvo drops, and the bits of colour on the leaves. Thanks for making such a fabulous card for my challenge!

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  5. What a creative way to use the corrugated card stock. Your flowers are to pretty and add so much depth and texture. AWESOME! And adding a little bit of blue and orange to the leaves ties it all together perfectly. Beautiful card Joanna!! xx

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  6. Very creative design with the corrugated cardboard! You really know how to think outside of the “cardboard” box.

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