Monday, September 18, 2017

CAS Watercolour Silhouette CASE!

I had so much fun CASE'ing my CAS Watercolour DT girlfriend, Karen's (Snippets) beautiful acrylic stamped watercoloured background and silhouette stamped beauty!

Karen's Gorgeous card!
Click on "Snippets" above for Karen's description!


Here is my card using Karen's technique.  TFS and always inspiring me my friend!

I inked my long acrylic block with Distress Inks: Faded Jeans, Peacock Feathers and Seedless Preserves.   I used only one color then spritzed with water.  Next I swiped one color at a time onto Strathmore Mixed Media paper.

After dry I stamped using Archival Jet Black Ink onto SU "Just Believe" stamp 2 times reinking between stamping.  Then stamped off for a light background image.

Then I placed my piece in MISTI  to stamp my 2 new Penny Black "Happy Snippets" sentiments. There are 37 choices of sentiments in different fonts that you can mix and match for many occasions. This is a very versatile set,  which are my favorite!

Next I die cut my piece using another new PB product.."Antique Frame" Dies. Then die cut mixed media paper with a larger  antique frame.  I popped up my main image onto that frame using fun foam.

Then attached the layers to my SU Thick Whisper White card base.  I loved the results.  Thank you again Karen for your beautiful technique and inspiring card.

My card is for our CAS Watercolour September "Silhouette" Challenge.  I just had to play again!

You still have until the 24th to play along.  There are so many creative and inspiring cards from our DT and GD, Birgit.  Happy Stamping...Hugs..




Supplies: 
Stamps: SU "Just Believe" (ret).  Penny Black "Happy Snippets" sentiments.
Paper: SU Thick Whisper White.  Strathmore 140# Mixed Media
Inks: Archival Jet Black.  T.H. Distress Inks: Faded Jeans, Peacock Feathers and Seedless Preserves.
Accessories: PB Antique Frame Dies. MISTI. SU acrylic long block and spritzer. Fun Foam ($ store).

14 comments:

  1. Great CASE of Karen's card. Such pretty colours and love the acrylic block stamping technique. Love the black silhouette stamping and those antique frame dies are fabulous as is your card x

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  2. Fantastic CASE of Karen's gorgeous card, Nancy. This is such a wonderful technique and I hope to give it a try soon. Love your framing! xx

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    1. You would love this technique, Loll. It is so quick and easy with beautiful results. Perfect for so many different backgrounds. Loved it with the silhouette stamping. Hugs..

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  3. I've been wanting to try Karen's technique too. Glad to hear your report that it is as quick and easy as Karen said! Love your version too, especially the layering of the deckle-edged die cuts!

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  4. I've just got to put off everything else and try this! You got wonderful results, my friend! Hopefully it will work as well for me!

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  5. What a gorgeous case of her card, Nancy! And now I must shop again after seeing that fabulous Penny Black frame. Love the effects of this technique as well as the beautiful font of the sentiments!

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  6. Wow...I feel so honored that you cased my card mf!! So thrilled that you like it too. Hope you had fun creating it.
    Thanks again so much,
    xx Karen

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    1. I Loved my results to because of you, my friend! Hugs

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  7. I love this card, Nancy! It's a fantastic CASE of Karn's beautiful card! The stamped/colored images, the colors, the sentiment, and the frames are so well coordinated, creating ethereal feelings! Hugs.. Hideko

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    1. See what we are able to create with "The help of our friends"? Thank you for your sweet comment my friend. Hugs..

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  8. Gorgeous card, Nancy. Love the colours. Fabulous job with the technique. Will have to give it a try. Trina xx

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  9. Oh they are wonderful! I love the arsty look you captured with those elements and you BG!

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  10. wonderful CASE of Karen's card, both are amazing. you have certainly added your own take on it with the beautiful layering :)

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