May CAS Mix Up Reminder

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Welcome back for the May CAS Mix Up Reminder, you still have up until the 24th to play.  For this card I dry embossed Memory Box’s Sketchy Rings onto a piece of Bristol paper adding gelatos for each ring with a water brush.  Once dry, I adhered with Mat Medium tissue paper, previously stamped with an oriental scripts stamp from Kaisercraft, with Staz-On black ink.  Then I glued the rings die cut, in black card stock, on top of my collage and fussy cut the outer edges.  Using MFT’s Stitchable Dot Circle I die-cut the card base, positioning it with my collage piece.

Don’t forget to take a look at all the inspiration from our Design Team including technical videos.  Can’t wait to see your scrumptious creations in our gallery 😀  Thanks so much for stopping by, HUGz



14 thoughts on “May CAS Mix Up Reminder

  1. I love these rings with their black outlines which stand out beautifully against the white card, and the gelatos on paper which has been covered with the script stamped tissue adds another layer of dimension, and what a great idea to echo the circle shape with the embossed die technique using the Dots Circle. A wonderful card Joanna. x

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  2. OMG..Gorgeous textured mixed media design, Joanna using your gelatos, dry embossing and die cut circles. So creative, as always. TFS your beauty, my friend. Hugs


  3. LOVE this unique design Joanna. Adding the tissue paper over the gelato colours and then topping with the rings, really give this so much texture and depth. Awesome design, my friend. xx


  4. Joanna you have the most fabulous unique of creating your amazing cards. You execute your cards beautifully and show how CAS and mixed media can work so well together…a real talent in itself. Stunning card, lots of mixed media elements, which I absolutely love x


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