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Good morning! I’m back for the third stage of Anna Kossakovskaya’s CASometry Challenge 2 – Make 5! You can find my first cards here and here! For this card I decided to go a little bolder in color than my previous cards but worked hard to keep it CAS! 🙂
I wanted to do a lot of black and white with just a little bit of bright color! I stamped the large flower on a piece of watercolor paper with versafine and heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder before masking it with a post it note. Next I stamped the seed pods and leaves with versafine and also heat-embossed them with clear embossing powder. I masked off the leaves and seed pods and stamped a few flower clusters with versafine but did not heat-emboss them. Then I colored the the flowers, leaves, and seed pods with a zig clean color real brush marker and blended them with a spectrum noir clear sparkle brush. I think I need to replace my spectrum noir clear sparkle marker because it wasn’t flowing as smoothly as it normally does but I think it did an okay job. I stamped the sentiment with versafine, heat-embossed it with clear embossing powder, and then added a few black sequins to finish the card.
This card gave me an idea for the next stage of CASometry…I’ll get started on that soon! 😉 Thanks so much for visiting and have a wonderful day!
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