This morning I would like to share a card I've made for the current CASology challenge where the cue word is 'Sea'.
For the last few days I've been trying to think about what I have in my stash that I could use to create a little seaside scene and then this morning when I finally had a proper rummage I had a brain'wave'! I found a stamp set from Hero Arts which had a sort of leafy flourish stamp where the edges looked like the crest of a wave so this is what I created.
I printed the sentiment from MS Word in blue and cut the panel to be slightly narrower than the card base. I then used some scraps of blue textured cardstock in three different colours and stamped a section of the leaf flourish in VersaMark before heat embossing with white powder. The stamp I used was the right hand section of the central stamp shown below, and the curl below, which I moved up slightly.
I then used a small rectangular die to cut all three stamped images in the same position before mounting in a row on my panel. The panel was then popped up on 3D foam strips.
- Stamp: Hero Arts - Shadow & Element
- Ink: VersaMark
- Embossing Powder: Wow! - Opaque Bright White
- Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities - Classic Rectangles
- Cardstock: white and scraps from stash
As I used some blue cardstock snippets to make this card I'm also going to link up at Pixie's Snippets Playground, Week 150.
I've made another card this morning but I can't share that one with you until later in the week. But, perhaps, as my mojo seems to be in good form today, I may be back with more :)
Have a lovely Sunday