Welcome! I have a sweet little card to share with you for CASology’s 5th Anniversary Balloon Blog Hop. Congrats gals!! There are lots of fun projects on the hop and prizes too… you’ll want to go check it out! Just sayin’!
I love these sweet Flora Waycott cats! They make for a great CAS (Clean and Simple) card:
Waffle Flower: Flora Cat Play
Core’dinations Parisian nights A2 card and cardstock: black & white
Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black dye ink
Brutus Monroe Alabaster pigment ink
Copic marker R89
Recollections faux pearls
Scholastic glue stick
I’m playing along with the following challenges. Click on any of them for more information on how you can join the fun:
I recently received Catherine Pooler’s latest Stamp of Approval set and have been wanting to ink it up, so I pulled out my ColorBox inks, MISTI and was able to easily make this CAS (Clean And Simple) card:
(Sigh, I still have trouble getting white pictures to come out even at full resolution. Sorry)
I love that the ColorBox Petal Point inks are shaped perfect for detail coloring on stamps like that top stamp… it’s one continuous stamp, but I was easily able to ink it in 3 colors!
Stamp of Approval – Beautiful World Collection
Catherine Pooler Designs GeoBuilders stamp set
Cas-ual Fridays stamp set: All About YOU
ColorBox Petal Point Classic Pigment Inkpads by Clearsnap
Pinwheel & Enchantment: Green, Pink, and Royal Blue
Core’dinations cardstock – white
MISTI stamping tool
I’m playing along in the following challenges… if you’d like to join the fun, just click on the name to get all the details:
Hello, again! I’m glad you could stop by for a quick look at a quick CAS (clean and simple) card I put together today.
Papertrey Ink challenged us to put together a project with things that we could grab and gather together in five minutes with the proviso that we use everything we grab.
I grabbed my new-to-me On My Couch & Additions stamp sets, some ribbon and sequins, adhesive, inks and cardstock:
That took just under 4 minutes. Of course I’m terribly slow at making things, so the rest took me about 25 minutes (and who knows how much longer to post!). The MISTI stamping tool was a great help! I love that you can keep stamping solid stamps until you get a nice impression. I was also able to stamp on top of the ribbon after I laid it over the stamped image to make it look like the tables are in front of the ‘baseboard.
Color in a few spots with my Tombow markers, add a few sequins and it was done! I can’t remember the last time I did a simple little card like this. It was fun!
Papertrey Ink stamp sets: On My Couch and On My Couch additions