Saturday, February 1, 2020

Love You

It's a new month, and it's time for a new challenge at Addicted to CAS. Our Code Word for ATCAS Challenge #177 is OMBRE. Barb is our lovely hostess!

For my one layer, very simple card, I stencilled one of the hearts from Funky Fossils Four Hearts stencil with three red shades of Distress Oxide ink. It really does have an ombre look, but the picture does not pick that up well. I then stamped the sentiment from SSS Kristina's Love stamp set over the stencilled heart with VersaFine Onyx Blank Ink.

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!

Please remember that this is a CAS challenge. Here is a definition to remind you:

I'm also playing at:

#TGIFC249 Holiday Challenge - Valentine's Day

SSS Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes


Macimbalo said...

Such a beautiful heart and design!! Love your card!

Barb Ghig said...

Great choice for your stencil, Stephanie! I love how you contrasted the shades of red with a bold black sentiment, too...Beautiful card, my friend!!!

Raga Senthil said...

Such a beautiful card and design Stephanie! Love the bold sentiment and on striped ombre heart. 😍❤️

Julie B said...

Love the pinstriped heart and the bold love sentiment.
Thanks for sharing at Perfectly CAS. :)

Neets B said...

This is wonderful, Stephanie. It's striking yet such a simple design, the bold sentiment works so well over those stripes. Thanks so much for playing along at Perfectly CAS, Anita x

Bobby said...

Love that striped heart, Stephanie, and perfect in shades of red.

Jaydee said...

Stephanie, I am obsessed with your striped heart. CAS perfection. You asked about the sentiment on my card. It comes from a company (now out of business) called PrintWorksCollection. I've had several people ask me for it. You can occasionally find one come up for sale on ebay or etsy. It's such a wonderful sentiment - I hope you find it

Carol said...

Love this card which reminds me I love to use negative masks. I need to case this! Thank you for allowing me to subscribe to your blog – – lots of inspiration!