A very Cas card

Cas card is one of my week point in cardmaking design. As artists who like to play with lots of color it’s hard to leave lots of white space in the card . Usually I am trying to fill them with ink blending, and other detials. I do appreciate all the effort and the good taste that the other cas card maker do to create such an elegant card with very few steps and elements.

I was

ncouraged to make such an simple cas card ..

I stamped this single flower and the leave from Altenew wild hibiscus over a metalic off white cardstock. I added some detials white pin pointed marker inside the petal after taking zentangle for cardmaking class day 1 at altenew acadamy .

I called the images with copic marker . I die cut this c from Altenew classic alphabetic die cut and I shaded it a little with gray copic colors . I stamped congratulation fromAltenew cake love stamp with altenew permenent black ink inside this c .

It was so hard one me to stop at this level. But I thought I should keep it as simple as it . I hope you like my very cas trial.

I am entering these challenges..

altenew February 2019 inspiration challenge





5 Comments Add yours

  1. Daria Z. says:

    This is absolutely gorgeous! And, I love the added details from the zentangle class.


  2. lhyden1 says:

    Beautiful, elegant card. One question though, did you put the die cut C on the card before you stamped teh flower as it looks like there is overlap with the stamp being on top?

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    1. No I stamped the whole image and colored first. . Then I die cut it . I placed it over another heavy die cut .. so it might be the resonan


      1. lhyden1 says:

        Okay, that does make sense, thanks so much for the explanation; I hope to try this card soon, I was so impressed; thank you again.


  3. Virginia L. says:

    Gorgeous CAS card, Maryam!! Love your additional dots details in the petals! So glad that you join the fun over Altenew February Inspiration Challenge! WONDERFUL!


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