Thursday, 10 September 2015

CC&S #141: Flowers Sketch

Lizy is our hostess at CAS Colours and Sketches this month and this week her inspirational sketch makes it very easy to create a quick CAS card.


For my background piece, I used one of my Cosmic Shimmer Mist sprayed pieces of cardstock in green with touches of blue and yellow that have merged together to make even more interesting green shades. The gold mica forms a lovely pattern by scrunching clim film over the top while it's still wet. I love getting messy with this technique, it just needs patience whilst it dries.


I interpreted the sector of the circle at the top by using a circular sentiment printed in gold. The poppy flowers have been simply die-cut in white cardstock.


I would like to enter my card into challenge #240 at Less Is More this week where the theme is to use the colours green and gold and very little else!

Supplies Used:
Shimmer Mists: Meadow Lush, Aqua Lagoon, Mango Blaze (Cosmic Shimmer)
Die: Prim Poppy (Memory Box)
Snippets: Circle sentiment

Just beginning to catch up now after my busy summer but still got loads to do!
See you all next week!

Stef x

8 comments:

  1. It's great to see 'messy' techniques work so beautifully on a CAS card. Beautiful!
    Louise xx

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  2. Gorgeous background for your poppies Stef!
    Thank you for joining our colour challenge
    Anne
    Less is More

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  3. Superb BG, love that shimmer and a crisp use of those poppy dies. Thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
    Sarah xx
    Less is More

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  4. The green background is fabulous! The die is perfectly suited for the sentiment stamp - two flowers, representing two friends. Very nice!

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  5. Love this background... one of my favourite dies too!
    Just super!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. A beautiful die cut in white over the awesome background. Just gorgeous.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  7. Fantastic background you've created, loving the mica pattern. Great idea to use a circular sentiment for that top part of the sketch.

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  8. Wonderful card! The flowers look great on the fabulous background! Love it!

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