July CAS Mix Up Challenge

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This month the July CAS Mix Up Challenge is working with tissue paper.  Lots of great videos on the blog to get you all excited to give it a try 😛

Using white tissue paper and Matte Medium, I adhered it to a large piece of Bristol Paper.  After allowing it to dry I really liked all the texture left on the paper so I decided to leave it as is and die cut a rectangle along with a square window for my stamped and bronze heat embossed butterfly.  The Memory Box SKETCH DAISY die cut was heat embossed 3 times with Sapphire.  The flower/leaves have a coat of white embossing powder, then a coat of clear embossing powder leaving a ceramic look.  The card came together by adding a little bronze thread.

Do join in on the fun!  There’s plenty of Design Team inspiration to be found on the blog.  Hope to see you there 😉  Thanks for stopping by, Hugs

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11 thoughts on “July CAS Mix Up Challenge

  1. This is very pretty Joanna and I love the way you have done the leaves and the tissue paper works as a base for this lovely collage. x

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  2. I love your collage with the tissue paper base, Joanna. I used matte medium to adhere tissue paper and tried to paint it. It still rubs of after a couple of weeks of drying! Leaving it white was a smart as well as classy move! Love the daisy and bronze thread! As always and super card!

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  3. Fabulous design, Joanna. Love your tissue paper frame for your pretty butterfly and flower. So cool how the layering of white embossing and then clear created a look of stone on your flower petals and leaves. I need to try that! xx

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  4. Simply gorgeous tissue paper CAS design, Joanne. All your textures and mixed media elements are so wonderful and creative…as always. I would love to “touch” your beauty. TFS my friend. Hugs..

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  5. Love all the texture from the tissue paper, the heat embossing, and the thread. You truly have a knack for putting together different elements!

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