Saturday, August 31, 2019

Pink & Purple Bonjour

Time for a new challenge at Addicted to CAS 
Challenge #167 - Pink And Purple
Susan is our Hostess With The Mostest! 

To make my card, I used the Simon Says Stamp Circular Lace stencil with Spun Sugar (pink) and Seedless Preserves (purple) Distress Oxide Ink. I stamped the sentiment from Heffy Doodle's Hello Everyone stamp set using SU Elegant Eggplant (purple) ink onto a piece of white cardstock, cut it out with the matching die and adhered it to the card. 

Please head on over to the ATCAS Challenge Blog, take a look at the wonderful inspiration pieces the Design Team has created for your inspiration, and make something to share in the gallery. Challenge winner will be offered a Guest Designer spot for a future challenge. Happy crafting!

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Barb Ghig said...

Your doily is so beautiful and I love how you blended your inks, Stephanie! Such a lovely sentiment, too...Love this ultra-feminine card so much!

brenda said...

A really pretty CAS creation, lovely to see you at Allsorts challenge, thanks so much for joining in with our 'Feminine' theme.

B x

Dotty Jo said...

Love this soooo much, Jo x

Macimbalo said...

Wow, that stencil is awesome and I love how you used it behind that pretty sentiment. Gorgeous CAS card!

Nandini said...

Very beautiful and elegant! Love the colour combo. Great to see you in the ATSM gallery. Hope you will join us again soon!

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Inkyfingers said...

Love the clean CAS look Stephanie - you really have mastered one layer cards. Gorgeous stencil too!

Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM.

Mervi said...

Fabulous and stylish!
Thank you for sharing over at Allsorts;-))m

Tracy said...

Gorgeous creation, thanks for joining Allsorts challenge, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Bobby said...

Wonderful ink blending over the stencil, Stephanie.

Jaydee said...

Stephanie, I love the ink blended background. The stencil gives a soft, feminine touch and the lack sentiment really pops against it