Thursday, January 4, 2018

STAMPlorations First 2018 CAS Challenge

Hello for a second time today!  If you are looking for my CAS-ual Friday Release post make sure you click back to my post earlier this morning :)  Now I'm popping in with my take on the first STAMPlorations CAS Challenge of 2018! Woot woot!  And we are challenging you to use the optional twist of the color silver in your projects...

     (Using CutPloration Be Kind Phrase Die and Fearless Word DieSTAMPlorations Bloomtangled ATC #3)

I had fun combing two different word dies to create my sentiment for this card.  Since they were both in a script font it worked out well and still had a cohesive feel.  I colored my bloomtangled image in with Spectrum Noir ColourBlend Colored Pencils for a softer look, while still maintaining their bright color.  I finished my card off with a few clear gems and by distressing my edges.

Thanks so much for stopping by to visit me today!  I hope to see your projects in our newest challenge soon!
Happy Crafting!

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Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan said...

Happy New Year!!
May this New Year be special in every way ... bringing you the gift of love and excitement.
I will introduce Japanese New Year's customs.
In Japan, there is a New Year holiday where family and relatives get together.
On New Year, Japanese children receive gifts of money known as "Otoshidama".
Otoshidama is given to children by adult relatives such as uncles, aunts and grandparents.
The amount of Otoshidama grows as the child older, for example, 1000 yen for children under 10, and 3000 yen for children over 10.
Otoshidama is one of the exciting traditions of New Year, which children look forward to very much.

Helen Gullett said...

Lisa, this is one beautiful CAS card.
Great coloring too!
Thanks for sharing the inspiration for the challenge.

Celeste Goff said...

Wow Lisa, this card is absolutely gorgeous! Love the silver glittery sentiment!