Today I'm playing along with a challenge I recently discovered called Addicted to CAS. They provided the code word "plaid." I love plaid so I turned a tea cup into a flower vase.
It doesn't show well in the photo but I do have a layer of Whisper White on Whisper White. I used a Ticket Corner Punch on the layer. The flower is from the You've Got This stamp set. I stamped it onto Whisper White cardstock in Memento Tuxedo Black ink then, colored with yellow, green and brown Copic Sketch Markers. (I need to practice some more. It's been a while since I've done any coloring.) I fussy cut it out and attached it using Dimensionals.
The tea cup is cut from patterned paper from the Generations Paper Pad from Simple Stories. It's been in my stash and rarely used but I think the plaid made for an interesting tea cup. On top of the cup I added a heart that I cut out using Chocolate Chip cardstock. Both the cup and the heart were cut using the Cups & Kettle Framelits Dies. It's attached using Dimensionals. The sentiment is from the March Paper Pumpkin Kit and stamped in Chocolate Chip ink. A few pearls from my stash and the card was all done.
The inspiration for my card came from the Addicted to CAS Challenge. For all the challenge details, click the image below.
Thanks for stopping in at the Coffee Pot Stamping Cafe,
Such a sweet plaid pattern on your cup, and your flower is beautiful, Marsha! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!ReplyDelete
So cute, love your coffee cup! Thanks for sharing at ATCAS!ReplyDelete
Oh so pretty!ReplyDelete
Do stop by and play Paru's Card Making Challenges
Thanks, Paru! I will check out your challenge in the coming days.Delete
Gorgeous card, Marsha! Fantastic use of a plaid paper for a big solid die cut. Love the whole picture setting ;) Thank you so much for sharing your card with us at Addicted to CAS. - Sweet KobylkinReplyDelete
Thanks, Ksenija! Plaid is a favorite of mine, especially flannel. I used to have a shirt with the same plaid design.Delete
What a great way to use the plaid word for that cup. Lovely card. Thanks for joining us at ATCAS.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Anja! It was a great word prompt.Delete