Today I'm joining in on the CAS Challenge (CAS177) as an Alumni Spotlight Guest Designer - thank you Jen (Miss Boo) for inviting me!! Today's CAS challenge is a color challenge - navy, old olive and white. What a fabulous color combination. Hope you like this CAS card.
Stamp: For You (Rubber-Art Stamps)
Paper: White (C.C. Designs); White (Bazzill - texture for the flowers); Old Olive, Night of Navy (SU!)
Accessories & Tools: Big Shot, Madera Corner die (Memory Box), Postage Stamp Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Hydrangea punch (Martha Stewart), mat, stylus, green glitter glue, white embossing powder, heat tool, glue dots, glue, and dimensionals
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I die-cut the medium-sized postage stamp three times (two white and one navy) and glued them together with the navy layer on top. This adds to the depth of the die-cut, making it stand out more.
I die-cut the madera corner from Old Olive cardstock. I added green glitter to all the "dots" on the die (not the leaves).
I punched out several of the Hydrangea blossoms. I shaped them using my mat and stylus and then added green glitter centers.
I stamped the sentiment in Versamark, and then embossed in white.
I mounted all the layers as shown in the photo above, popping up the postage stamp panel with dimensionals to add depth.