December CAS Mix Up!

Capture d_écran 2018-09-25 à 15.07.41Welcome back for our last 2018 CAS Mix Up Challenge.  This month of December Loll is attacking “EMBOSS RESIST” + stamping + your choice listed on the side bar.

Please NOTE that the December challenge will run Dec. 2 – 15, closing at at midnight (PDST), to provide two well deserved weeks off for all Design Team members during this busy time of year.  Winner and Outstanding Designs will be announced on December 18th.

For this ornament, I splattered generously, slightly watered down, matte medium onto 140lb watercolour paper.  While still wet, I covered with clear EP and heated, this creates a resist of the droplets.  I then sprinkled and spritzed Ost. Blue Brushos.  Once dry, I die cut the SSS hydrangea blooms and also cut them out of vellum paper.  The bow is a Penny Black die and the thin frame circle is from Altenew.  Of course I stamped the Tengucho paper with the Penny Black Woodland stamp and white heat embossed.  Before adhering all the pieces onto my textured card stock, I added a few sprinkles of the Ost. Blue Brushos to bring out the white embossed stamping on the Tengucho paper.

Be sure to visit the blog to see what fantastic inspiration the design team has created.  Our talented guest Bozena has something special for you.   Don’t forget to visit their blogs, you may find new discoveries 😉

I hope that the Festive Season will bring you all a time of family gathering filled with love and peace.  May this period be MERRY for all and let there be plenty of KINDNESS!   Thanks for stopping by, warm Christmas HUGz,

Joanna

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12 thoughts on “December CAS Mix Up!

  1. Beautiful card Joanna. Love how you’ve emboss resist in two different ways. The colours from the Brushos are so pretty and delicate, which works perfect with the addition of vellum and Tengucho paper. Awesome! xx

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  2. Love the combination of the two different emboss resist techniques! I never would have thought to add embossing powder to matte medium – and what a great way to create a splatter resist pattern! Beautiful blue hydrangea flowers and a wonderful bit of background on the Tengucho paper.

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  3. Two ways to use the emboss resist technique, Jo! Love the splattered flowers and the stamping and embossing on the Tengucho paper is brilliant! Love that narrow circle frame that makes a perfect wreath! Your message at the end of the post is so inspiring. How lovely! We do need more kindness in this world! Fortunately our card making community is a kind and supportive little piece of the world.

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  4. Beautiful and creative heat embossed technique and beautiful flowers, Joanna. I love all your CAS elements and unique design. Your card is so you:-) TFS my friend. Hugs

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  5. Another WOW card, Joanna! You think of the things I’d never think of and the results are always amazing. What wonderful texture you added and love the gorgeous shades of blue. Incredible in design and SO eye-appealing!

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  6. A resist of droplets! What a unique and interesting technique you used, Joanna! The effects look so beautiful with the Brusho blue. I love the pretty hydrangea wreath! I also love the layers of beautiful goodies. Such a wonderful CAS beauty!
    Hideko xx

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  7. How interesting to emboss resist with water drops Joanna – never thought of that and the result is beautiful! Love your die cut flowers and and the lovely embossing on the vellulm – a lovely wreath design! Julia xx

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  8. What a wonderful mix of medias and keeping your card gloriously CAS. The emboss resist technique is so unique and I have put it on my to do list…..Thank you for the wonderful inspiration x. Your cards are always so unique and today is no different x. Such a beautiful card and love those pretty flowers and your layout is amazing x.

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