We have a new prompt up at the Perfectly CAS challenge blog. This month we'd like you to incorporate stripes and/or dots on your card.
Remember that the guidelines state that you should only use 1/3 of your card in the design.
Being the overachiever that I am *wink* I opted to use both stripes and dots in my design.
I began but first stamping the trio of narrow lines along the bottom third of my card. I used a stitching die to create the cut out circles that run parallel to the lines. I die cut the bird in white, colored it in with Copic markers, adhered it to the bottom right of my card leaving just enough space for the tiny sentiment. I felt like it needed a bit of embellishment so I opted for a few dots of clear glossy accents. They add just a little without distracting from the focal point. I would have preferred a smaller focal image but overall I think I kept within the 1/3 guideline for my design.
I invite you to visit our blog and hope you'll join us this month. We'd love to see your card in our gallery!
MFT - Holly Jolly Cardinal die set
MFT - Itty Bitty Basics stamp set
MFT - Candy Stripes background stamp
Your Next Stamp - Stitching Border die set
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So cute, Julie!ReplyDelete
This is so very cute! He does not look very cardinal-like in yellow, does he?ReplyDelete
Sorry to comment so late, but I only got home from my trip yesterday.ReplyDelete
This card is very creative. I love thin lines with rows of dots. Your little bird is very cute, perfect for a perfect CAS project. I must add that you colored this bird beautifully with the markers. Great job Jules