Hello tea timers!
How do you feel about CAS cards? I love seeing them but I sometimes struggle to keep it minimal. I do however want to try and make more of them!
I chose to feature the Hillside Village stamp and die set. I love house stamps, and this was perfect for this technique.
I started off by making a rainbow coloured panel with some Izink Spray inks. I bought these long ago and haven’t used them much, but they really are lovely to make backgrounds. I sprayed a bit of each colour onto some watercolour cardstock and then sprayed Perfect Pearls water onto it so the colours move nicely. The Perfect Pearls water gives it a beautiful shimmery effect which is hard to capture on pictures!
To give the background some interest, I used the chic chevron stencil to do some dry embossing on a white panel which was cut to 3.75x4.75” - this is a great technique to give your cards some dimension!
I put it all together and used a sentiment from the Brighter Days Sentiment Cards. I used a few sequins and gems from my little things from Lucy to finish it off.
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