Félicitations

My youngest just graduated from university, and may have a “virtual” Grad Ceremony. These are different times and this new generation is definitely discovering a new way of living…as are we. Hence the “Félicitations” (Congratulations) word die by Creative Expressions. This is a little collage of Tengujo paper, which is made in Japan out of Kozo fiber and known for its transparency & flexibility in uses. …kind of like tissue paper but much stronger. This is basically white and so I dyed two torn pieces in the colours of the CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge #382 of Blushing Bride and Terracotta Tile tones. Then, using the CAS(E) this Sketch #384 design by N@Ali, I assembled this card together, tucking some garden green Alexandra Renke leaves to substitute the butterflies. Some Wow clear glitter EP was added 😉 .

Thank you CAS Colours & Sketches for the recognition.

Hope you’re having a great day, Stay Safe and thanks for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna

10 thoughts on “Félicitations

  1. Many congratulations to your youngest and what a unique and glorious card,. Great texture and the design layout looks wonderful x.

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  2. I love the color and texture of the Japanese paper, Jo! The open leaves add graceful lines! Congratulations to your graduate! A well earned honor! We are all certainly learning new ways to live. The key is to be creative.

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  3. Love the texture on this with that Japanese paper. Nice to learn something new with each and every one of your posts. What a wonderful and very different design and so eye-appealing! Love this one!

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