9/13/11

Repeat Impressions DCC - One Layer CAS


Happy Hump Day friends!

Today over at The House That Stamps Built, Harriet chose one layer CAS (clean and simple) as the designer's choice challenge - couldn't pass up the chance to play along, I always LOVE CAS cards, just don't make them near enough!

I used the beautiful Vase of Tulips AND to show I have great taste, Harriet used the same image and I had no idea.  :D  Great Rock Stars think alike!  :)

I embossed 3 lines across the top and 3 lines down the side; added the Vase of Tulips, paper pieced the vase and colored in the tulips - quick and easy, clean and simple!


Please stop by the The House That Stamps Built and see what the other Rock Stars have created AND get all the details of how YOU can play along with us!  I promise some incredible creations today AND your chance to win a $25 gift certificate.  Come on, don't be shy and play along!!

And before I forget, I totally stole the dry embossing from Lynette!  :D  That's what friends are for - I've actually done it before, but I reversed which "side" I normally do it on and spaced my lines a bit further than she did.  HERE is the card which inspired me, check it out!

Thanks for visiting!

... totally gorgeous tulips ...

Hugs, ~M.


WHAT'S IT TAKE?
Stamps: Repeat Impressions Vase of Tulips
Papers: GKD 120 lb. white, MME DP for Vase
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories:  Copics, dry embossing, paper piecing

7 comments:

Lisa Jane said...

ooh so pretty .. a great CAS card
Lisa x

Anita said...

This is a beautiful CAS card Michele. I love the little paper pieced vase.

Lynette said...

Very pretty, Michele! Your coloring is awesome and I love the vase. Great scoring, too:) (Thanks for the link!)

Amanda R said...

Love it Michele! So classy and elegant and embossing the strips on the front was brilliant!

Pami said...

Gorgeous card Michele, I really love this style, so elegant. Pami x

joy said...

Wonderful card! Love the line embossing and how you paper pieced the vase!

Mary J said...

Wow, amazing Michele! The line embossing is brilliant!