Hi everyone. Bought this beautiful die a couple of months ago from Scrapbook Warehouse in Vancouver. LOVE how pretty and delicate it looks when watercoloured.
I used the inlaid die-cutting technique for this card. It was simple to do. I didn't add all the background pieces back, but instead, just added the oval outline, leaves and flowers. The rest of the die-cut pieces were left out so there is a clear view to the background behind the die-cut. Then I popped it up over top of the lattice design stenciled background.
This is my reminder card for the CAS Mix Up June Challenge - Die-cuts. Still lots of time left to come and join the fun. We'd love to see you in the gallery. :)
My CAS Mix Up card above has die-cutting, stamping, watercolouring, inlaid die-cutting technique, and stenciling with sponging.
We have had amazing entries so far this month. Click HERE to see our Pinterest Board for June's challenge --- lots of fabulous inspiration.
And there are more sample cards from our Design Team, Featured Designer and Guest Designer posted on the CAS Mix Up blog today. Hope you have time to stop by and check them out.
Stamps: Sweet Sentiments (Amy R)
Paper: White card base (Neenah); Watercolour (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Ink: Zigs; Smoky Slate (SU!)
Accessories & Tools: Fairhaven Oval Frame, paint brush, Crisscrossed Stencil (STAMPlorations), Sponge, sequins
CAS Mix Up June Challenge - Die-cuts