Combining two challenges this week: CASology Week 276 ROUND & Color Throwdown #471 of black, grey, gold and white! I die cut a piece of grey card stock with a round stitched die. A delicate gold leaf stem was adhered along with two leaf dies in glossy black card stock. A flower die from Technique Tuesday was cut in both, glossy and textured white card card stock along with an outlined leaf. “bon anniversaire” (happy birthday) was stamped following the curve with Versafine black and clear heat embossed twice.
Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna
A note of gratitude, this card was a weekly winner on the CASology Week #277 😀
Giving Narelle‘s sketch a whirl at Freshly Made Sketches #314. I die-cut Penny Black’s framed fern 3 times, adhered them together and copper heat embossed twice. This was pasted over a watercolour sheet previously painted in yellow and green and clear heat embossed. Using a Polka dot border die from Papersmooches over a white card base, the whole fern frame was fussy cut and glued in place with some copper thread tucked under the bottom right portion. The die word “Merci” (thank you) was cut using the same watercolour paper and placed under the fern over a copper piece of washi tape. Hope you enjoy! 😉
Thanks so much for stopping by, HUGz Joanna
Over at CAS(E) this Sketch Challenge #248, Chrissy Larson has come up with a terrific sketch. I applied Brushos (Turquoise & Ost. Blue) across the upper section of my card and then sprayed with my water bottle. The I die cut a circle and cut the church die within this piece. I heat embossed the circle with white puff powder, adhered it to my colourful night sky strip and then added the yellow coloured cross and windows. “Joy to the World” from Papersmooches was stamped in black Versafine ink, then clear heat embossed. That’s my take on the challenge.
Wishing a very Happy Thanksgiving to my American neighbours, thanks for stopping by, warm HUGz, Joanna
The Color Throwdown Challenge #469 has a monochromatic palette of blue, light blue, and silver. So out came the gelli plate and my Tombow brush pens of Blue#565, Light Blue#491 and a Grey#55. Of course I used a wire mesh stencil and a crackle stamp from Impression Obsession to add texture to the light blue diagonally cut strip. I then tore a sheet of paper (used it as a stencil) and made the dark blue diagonal print on my card base. A double tag from MFT was cut and the frame in the cool grey was clear heat embossed after using my clear Wink of Stella pen to give it the silver tone. A paper clip die cut was also tinted in the dark blue and clear heat embossed. Then I stamped “Message Important” (Important Message) in the cool grey\wink of stella combo. I’d say it’s a masculine card ready to GO 😉
Thanks for stopping by, warm HUGz, Joanna
Welcome back to the CAS Mix Up Challenge, you still have time to enter the November 24th deadline. This month’s theme is hosted by Bonnie, “Stamping + Glitter + your choice” 😉 !
For this card I made a stencil with the Penny Black Christmas Kiss die and applied thick gloss gel adding silver glitter while wet. Then I die cut Concord & 9th Layering Leaves die twice, in white and silver card stock. A tiny white tag die was stamped “Bonjour” (hello) and heat embossed with Color Box’s Silver Sparkle. To finish, silver thread was wrapped around the upper portion of the card and a silver eyelet attached the dies together.
The Design Team is joined by our talented Guest Robyn and there is plenty of wonderful inspiration to create from the team and from the gallery. Can’t wait to see your creations 😀
Thanks for stopping by and your warm comments, HUGS
CASology’s cue card for week #275 is “SHARP”! Cats intrigue me in how sharp they are in seducing our love for them. So I die-cut an Impression Obsession cat and a Technique Tuesday word die ” Lots of ❤ ” in gold to which I adhered to a rectangle piece of shimmery white card stock previously dry embossed with Couture Creations “Smooch” folder. A white vellum rectangle was tucked underneath to frame along with two tropical leaves. That’s my take for this week’s challenge.
Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna