Tuesday 14 December 2021

Perfectly CAS ~ December Challenge

Welcome to our last challenge for 2021 at Perfectly CAS. This month, our challenge is

Here's my card

I love rainbow colored clouds. Now, I realize that they only exist in my imagination. I find something so fun about them. They are much more interesting than boring white/gray clouds, don't you think? I started with a white A2 card panel and a STAMPlorations ARTplorations Square Flexi-Template stencil to mask the edges of the panel, leaving the central square open for inking. I love the flexi-template stencils. I no longer have to use Post-it Tape to mask my panel. I used bits of washi tape to hold the square flexi-template stencil in place. I then used STAMPlorations ARTplorations Clouds stencil to add color with distress inks - mustard seed, carved pumpkin, picked raspberry, salty ocean, peacock feathers, cracked pistachio, mowed lawn, applied with an ink blending tool.  I moved the stencil slightly after applying each band of color. I felt the sky needed something more so I stamped these birds using STAMPlorations Trendy Birds 2 stamp set and Versafine Onyx Black ink. For the sentiment, I used a clear sticker from STAMPlorations CRAFTplorations New Day clear sticker pack. Unfortunately, for me, I didn't apply the sticker straight. So, so much for my one layer card, I adhered another sticker to a scrap of yellow cardstock, which I trimmed down and then adhered over my "oopsie". 

We'd love to see you sea &/or sky inspired cards. Please remember to cover less than 1/3 of your card panel. After all, we are "Perfectly CAS"!

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1 comment:

  1. Love the rainbow sky! I wouldn't have thought of it and it's so pretty.


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