It’s almost Sunday here and I hope you are having a wonderful weekend :) I made 3 quick cards for the weekend with combining some CAS challenges. I hope you will like them :)
This card was created for CAS-tastic Wednesday Challenge 9 (CWC009) – create a CAS card using a BLUE, YELLOW and NEUTRAL. I knew this cute image from Unity Stamps March Kit of Month would work wonderfully for the color combo! I paper pieced the umbrella and colored the rest of the image with Copic markers.
Stamps: lady with umbrella, cloud sentiment - KOM set (Unity Stamp Co.)
Paper: classic ivory (Flourishes), tempting turquoise (SU), designer paper (KI Memories)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black (Tsukineko) Copic markers
The next card was used the sketch from SCS Clean & Simple challenge (CAS72). I was kind of inspired the color from the card too….so, I should claim it “casing” ;)
Again, I used the same Kit of Month from Unity Stamps and colored the gumball machine with Copic markers. The lid was stamped with riding hood red ink and adhered on the image. I used some scraps designer papers from my left over stash. The inside of the card, I stamped the sentiment that coordinated with the one on the card front. I love the cute sentiment :)
Stamps: gumball machine, sentiments - KOM set (Unity Stamp Co.)
Paper: classic white (Flourishes), designer paper (WRMK)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black (Tsukineko), riding hood red (SU), Copic markers
OK, this is the last one…for this card, I used the sketch from Clean & Simple Stamping (FTL96). The fern images from Verve Stamps were simply & randomly stamped on the white cardstock with rich razzleberry ink and sponged the edge with always artichoke ink. I embellished with scalloped edge ribbon and pearls to complete the card.
Stamps: Forever in Our Hearts (Verve Stamps), Beyond the Basics (SU)
Paper: classic white (Flourishes), rich razzleberry (SU), kraft (PTI)
Ink: rich razzleberry, always artichoke (SU)
Accessories: ribbon, pearls
Well…that’s it for today from me. Thank you for stopping by.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!