May CAS Mix Up

Capture d’écran 2019-03-19 à 13.34.59Welcome back to a new technique Challenge at CAS Mix Up!  We’re playing with Baby Wipes 😛 hosted by Bonnie.  You’ll find lots of inspiration on the blog from the Design Team and, of course, the videos.  Our Guest Designer this month is Berry and also has a special card for you too.

These twin cards are for my twin granddaughters who turn 3 next week.  I used Distress Oxides on photo paper then did some baby wiping to get these beautiful colours.  I die-cut the giraffe out of this lovely paper, added some white gel pen, some glitter heat embossing and a smart bow to the neck.  On the white textured card base, I stamped an old Studio Calico numbers border and added Glossy Accents to cover the “3” and then added some same tone glitter.  Once the giraffe was adhered, I added some silver pearl black to the eyes.

Hope to see your scrumptious creations in our gallery.  Thanks for stopping by, Hugz,

Joanna

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7 thoughts on “May CAS Mix Up

  1. The giraffes are so adorable and perfect for your twin granddaughters’ birthday, Joanna! I would have never thought of using this technique for animals! Great idea! The white gel pen and the glitter are effective. It’s so clever that you used a sequence of numbers to ground the giraffe and highlight “3”. Love it!
    Hideko xx

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  2. Such adorable cards for your granddaughters! I love those sweet giraffes and also the beautiful colours you used. Love the way you highlighted the number 3 too!

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  3. So adorable and love the way you have used this fun technique to make the super cute cards x. Twin granddaughters….how wonderful x.

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  4. Oh my gosh … your giraffe cards are adorable!! LOVE that sweet giraffe done in the different colours. And the numbers border is so clever. Great designs, Joanna!! xx

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  5. These giraffes are adorable, Jo, as I’m sure your twin granddaughters are! I think they will be delighted with these fun birthday cards! Love those tiny bows!

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