Thursday, 25 February 2016

And even more 'Chloe'!

Anyone would think that I really love this die!!

I really liked the design of the card in yesterday's blog post, so I've used it again here, just tweaking it slightly. I embossed the top part of the card blank with white embossing paste using a Tim Holtz stencil. With another piece of cardstock I die cut a stitched rectangle & out of that a stitched circle, mounting it on the card base with 3D pads. A stamped sentiment & 2 die cut Chloe stems finish it off.

I entered a card on my blog the other day, here, into this week's 'Less is More' challenge but there wasn't really enough 'white space' on it to be classed as CAS. I think this one might be ok so I'm trying again!



Thanks for popping by & take care.

Tam x

Supplies
Memory Box 'Chloe stem' die
Lil' Inkers Stitched mat rectangles & circles dies
Tim Holtz Brick stencil
Sentiment - CBS Fabulous Fuschias
Ink/Cardstock - SU pear pizazz, blushing bride, night of navy
White cardstock - Craftwork Cards

Challenge inspiration
Less Is More - Add some texture
Pals Paper Arts - colour challenge:
Pals Paper Arts PPA289
Memory Box - Tickled Pink: pink cards
Challengeicon
Cute Card Thursday - Florals

28 comments:

  1. Beautifully card, love the design and great texture.

    Marie

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  2. I need that die - it's gorgeous! Love the texture behind the circle aperture too. A fab CAS card design :)

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    1. Its a lovely die isn't it! Thank you for your comment x

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  3. Fab! I love ths card, and how you've increased the white space but kept that gorgeous EF and die. Very nicely done!

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  4. Fab card deploying some gr8 textures

    Kathyk

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  5. Beautifully clean and elegant. Your background texture works perfectly with the stunning blooms and thanks for sharing at Less is More this week.
    Sarah

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  6. Sweet card...love the softness and that hint of brick wall texture! Thanks for playing along with the Pals color challenge this week!

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  7. This is gorgeous TAmara, I love this Chloe die... and you have used it to perfection!
    You can actually make the top panel fit the front of the card exactly if you fancy to, by cutting part way from each end and moving the die along a little before the second cut to extend the length... I do it all the time!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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    1. Thank you so much Chrissie. I've part cut with dies before but didn't think to do that with this one. Thanks for the tip - will try it next time! x

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  8. What a neat card! I love that cutout with the brick background inside, just too cool. Thank you for playing along with us on the PPA this week.

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  9. So beautifully clean and simple, Tamara. I love the texture of the brick wall behind the flowers. Lovely! Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge!

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  10. Wonderful card, the die cuts are so effective.
    Thank you for joining in this weeks CCT challenge

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  11. Clean, simple and very pretty. The flowers are stunning against the white background. Thanks for sharing your creativity with the Pals this week.

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    1. Thank you for your lovely words Michelle x

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  12. Sorry to be so late commenting, what a super card Tamara. Fabulous use of your new die and lots of lovely white space :)
    Thanks for joining our challenge
    Anne
    "Less is More"

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    1. All comments appreciated Anne, whenever they arrive :)
      Thank you so much x

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  13. Such a pretty, simple card. I love the embossing paste brick. Well done. Thanks for playing with Pals Paper Arts.

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