Clearly besotted

Clearly besotted floral CAS card



Todays card is a very CAS card using a gorgeous bouquet of flowers by Clearly Besotted. I heat embossed these on vellum, fussy cut out and coloured the back with copics.  Next I took a side folding pink cardbase, painted the centre with gansai tambi white pearl I see paint with a minimum amount of water so that it wouldn’t warp.  I added some white and green paint splatters.  Next I heat embossed a congratulations sentiment on black cardstock and adhered everything together.  Voila!


I had the Flower Challenge – Anything Goes in mind when making this card ( they have an open DT spot and I would love to be considered ) and am also entering this card into the following challenges:

the paper girls challenge #148 – embossing
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4 thoughts on “Floral bouquet CAS card”

March 22, 2018 at 12:34 am Edit
Again another beautiful card Rachel, love the CAS look. The flowers stamped on vellum, very pretty in deed.

March 22, 2018 at 10:02 am Edit
Love the look of white embossed vellum, the images look beautiful when colored with markers, the twine wrapped around the bouquet is a fabulous detail.
Thank you for playing along with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE, hope you play again next time.

March 26, 2018 at 9:54 am Edit
Such a soft and pretty looking card here Rachel. Love that you used vellum and such lovely flowers too. Thanks for sharing with us over at ‘The Flower Challenge’ 😉 Viv DT xx

March 26, 2018 at 9:48 pm Edit
That heat embossing adds such a nice touch to your CAS design. Nice to see you over at Paper Girls.


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