There's nothing like waiting until the last minute to get a card made and challenges entered. I'm not usually a procrastinator and I really can't say that's what happened here. I've just got a lot going on and haven't had a lot of time to spend in my craft room.
When looking for my silver paper, it suddenly occurred to me that I didn't have any. I'd used up the last of it on another project quite some time ago and it never made it to my shopping list. So, I had to improvise. I stamped the background image from the You've Got This stamp set using VersaMark and heat embossed it using Silver Embossing Powder then, cut it out. It's not completely filled in as that background is not a solid one. I rather like the way it looks with just a wee bit of white peeking through.
Stamp Set: You've Got This (Stampin' Up!); Ink: VersaMark; Cardstock: Marina Mist, Soft Sky, Sugar Cube; Dies: Hills Die Set (Your Next Stamp), Thanks Die (Taylored Expressions); Other: Silver Embossing Powder
The sketch I used is from the CAS Colours & Sketches Challenge. For all the challenge details and to share your project, click the image below.
The colors I used are from the Color Throwdown Challenge. The colors are blue, light blue and silver. Fun colors for me as blue is my favorite color and silver has always been my preference. For all the challenge details and to share your project, click the image below.
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Beautiful CAS perfection! Loving the shimmer and shine of the THANKS and beautiful tones of blue. Thanks so much for joining in on the fun at CC&S. Hugs Bev xReplyDelete
Wonderful card! Great CAS style. Love those swooshes! Thanks for playing along with us at CC&S!ReplyDelete
Great use of the sketch and colors!! So happy you joined us at CTD!!ReplyDelete
What a great CAS design, Marsha!! Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Color Throwdown!ReplyDelete
This turned out great, thanks for playing along with us at CC&S.ReplyDelete
What a clever take on the sketch, Marsha! Love those colored lines and your die cut letters. Thanks for playing along with our sketch challenge this week at CC&SReplyDelete