Wednesday, 11 April 2018

CASEing Aileen

Hi and welcome to a post to announce the start of a brand new challenge over at ATSM.
This week it is the turn of :-

MAKE YOUR MARK

So no pre coloured images or wholly die cut creations, you must use some form of handmade mark.
Here is my inspiration using a Copic coloured image.


Over at Less is More they are asking us to CASE a card and this was my take on it.
I used my STAMPloration Blooming Buds flowers and masked and stamped them into a bouquet on a die cut panel. I used Copics to colour them before adding the silver die cut greeting (Cuttlebug) and the HLS sentiment, stamped and embossed with white EP on black. The finished panel was then attached to a linen effect base card.
For more inspiration check out the rest of the fab DT here.

I'm joining in over at :-

 


Masking

As You Like It Challenge
I love these cosmos style blooms, so easy to colour and they make a great bouquet with the different shaped flowers. Cosmos are my go to flower to fill up my borders in the summer. Love their dancing heads and soft feathery foliage.

14 comments:

  1. You have cased Aileen's card so beautifully Julie. Love your floral bouquet and the silver died Sentiment makes it pop. Love the paper you used for the card base adding such a lovey finish.

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  2. your blue flower is oh adorable Miss Julie.
    Love the colors and the elegant layout
    adorable made
    hugs and see you around
    Monika

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  3. What amazing colouring with your copics Julie! And those blues...swoon! I do admire your colouring talent. I love the card you matted your panel on too, gives it just the right textured detail . Hugs, Gwendolyn

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  4. This is a stunning creation Jules! I love how you masked the flowers to make the bouquet and the colouring is gorgeous. Such an elegant design and the linen texture on the background card is lovely.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  5. Gorgeous blue blooms, Julie! Your copic colouring is amazing!
    Hugs~carol

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  6. An absolutely stunning interpretation of Aileen's card Julie. Your colouring is always fabulous and the floral image you've used is beautiful. In fact I need to check out that Congrats die-cut too - it's awesome! thanks for playing with us at Less is More x

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  7. Beautiful blues! Thanks for playing along with the favourite technique challenge at AAA Cards.

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  8. A really lovely card Julie, your shading on those petals is amazing. It's always great to see you join in at AYLI. Yay...we had a dry day. Horses stayed in though due to the water features in the fields left by the torrential rain last night!! Hope the weather has been kind to you xx

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  9. WOW ! This is a very eye-catching CASE of Aileen's card, Julie ! Love the bouquet you've made with those cosmos and they look fabulous in blue. Beautiful colouring and I love your delicate textured card base. Very elegant and classy card. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More.

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  10. This is super elegant, Julie! The masking and colouring are perfect and I love the touch of silver in the sentiment :)

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  11. Beautiful colouring, Julie ... those cosmos are stunning with the shimmery silver sentiment! Anita :)

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  12. Im a bit late commenting on this Julie but wanted to let you know its absolutely beautiful and I love the flowers you used. Have pinned so I can CASe yours. Sweet

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  13. I love the flower arrangement, Julie, and the coloring is wonderful.

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  14. Wow what stunning colouring! Love your card! Thanks for playing along with us at AAA Cards!

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