Tuesday 31 May 2022

Die Cut Divas ~ Last Day of Our May Challenge

It's seems a bit crazy to think that the month of May is coming to a close. I look back on this month, and I can't say that I've accomplished much. I did participate in a virtual card event and did attend my first in person (since the end of 2019) crafty event this month. I guess that's something!

Our theme for May is ANYTHING GOES

Our sponsor this month is CAS-ual Fridays Stamps who will be awarding our winner a $20 gift code. The prize is restricted to US and Canadian participants, only. 

Here's my card. I've dusted off some older CAS-ual Fridays products and used them on my card.

I started with an A2 panel of 96 lb bristol and added a thin layer of clean water to it with a paint brush. I then added color with distress inks (peacock feathers, wilted violet, picked raspberry, mustard seed, ripe persimmon) using a water brush. When the ink came into contact with the wet bristol, the color "moved" around. When the panel was dry, I die cut it with a Waffle Flower's A2 Layers die. I matted with black cardstock die cut with a Waffle Flower Additional A2 Layer die. The additional dies, fit between the original Layers dies. I adhered the panel to a white A2 card base. I stamped the sentiment using CAS-ual Friday's Love Notes stamp set and Versafine Onyx Black ink. To complete the card, I added a die cut cut using CAS-ual Friday's Heart Note Fri-dies and covered the die cut with clear Wink Of Stella for a bit of shimmer. Here's a close-up

There is still a bit of time for you to join us this month. Would love to see your work in our gallery.

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1 comment:

  1. Oldies but Goodies - the card really makes a statement - just a note - perfect for sending any little thought to a friend.


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