Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Scripted Flowers

I am definitely a shabby/vintage person at heart - vintage would definitely be my 'first love'. but I have to be honest and say that I am inspired by so many styles I see both in Blogville and Pinterest, I am always inspired to try different styles.

CAS (Clean and Simple) is one style I admire but I have to admit I didn't always find it easy - infact it took me longer to create a CAS card than my layered eclectic cards...but the more I do it, the easier it seems.


I have used a Script stamp for my base, using IMAGINECrafts®/Tsukineko® Memento™ Dye Ink in Teal Zeal.  The Snapshot Spellbinders® Shapeabilities® has been cut using Black cardstock and adhered to the side.  The flower is from my collection and has been adhered using liquid glue.

IMAGINE Crafts® Fireworks!™ Craft Spray in Pink has been both sprayed and dripped onto the card base.  Finishing off with some randomly placed sequins.  Scrapbook by Adhesives by 3L - 3D Foam Squares and E-Z Runner have been used on this card.

This card is linked to the following challenges: 
Crafty Sentiment Designs - Anything Goes 
Die Cuttin' Divas - Anything Goes 
Artistic Inspirations - Anything Goes/ Color
The Crazy Challenge - Die cuts and punches
 613 Avenue Create  Anything Goes w/optional use a sentiment 
Hobbycutz - Anything Goes

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  1. Great job on the CAS card. I love how you used the snapshot die.

  2. Wonderful CAS Linda - love your colour choices!!

  3. I really like all the elements of this card. I love the scripted stamp and the snapshot die. They all work together well. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda d.


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