After noticing the cutwork tablecloth in the photo, I knew I could use the die, layering it over some pink cs. The cup and flower are from Uniko, colored with Distress Ink. The sentiment from HLS and the cup were both embossed with Liquid Platinum.
The Less Is More challenge is a sketch.
I thought the same die would work for this challenge too.
Using Granite ink, I stamped the 'hugs' from SSS and the bird from Altenew, fussy cutting around them and mounting them on foam tape.
It's CASology's 200 challenge and they're going back to their roots - CAS. I think this card qualifies - one main image, lots of white space, easy to reproduce.
I find myself doing a lot more CAS cards lately. What's gotten into me?
That's a very interesting die.... Both of your cards are wonderful, Bobby! Great take on the inspiration photo and sketch!ReplyDelete
The die works really well with the LIM's sketch, Bobby! Love the tone on tone background and grey focal point! Your first card is beautiful, too!ReplyDelete
Stunning card for the CAS challenge, Bobby! Love the texture from the intricate die cut corner and your bird is perfectly placed - thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week!ReplyDelete
A duo of gorgeous, Bobby! That intricate die certainly yields pretty, versatile results! CAS looks awesome on you, my friend! Keep it up!ReplyDelete
What a verstile die - it looks wonderful. Both cards are stunning. I headed over here from Less is More and I love your entry which looks really stylish with that restricted colour palette. Fab!ReplyDelete
Two gorgeous cards Bobby. Love the feminine pink on the first one and the monochrome on your second card is very classy. I have that die too but have never used it! I think you have just spurred me on to break it out. Thanks so much for joining us at Less is More.ReplyDelete
I've never seen that die before and it's pretty nifty!! These are fantastic. I especially like the second one with the pretty little bird!ReplyDelete
I must be living under the same rock as Lisa! Gorgeous die, Bobby!!! Both cards are beautiful, but I'm so drawn to that bird - he's a tweety =]ReplyDelete
Both cards are spectacular and I need to start using my die- love the effect!! Thanks for playing along with us at The Card Concept :-)ReplyDelete
These are two stunning cards, Bobby. And, that die is so versatile--love especially how you have used it in such a CAS way on your second card. Thanks so much for playing along with CASology for our 200th challenge.ReplyDelete
I love that granite, Bobby, and that is one amazing die! Haven't seen one like that before. So interesting, yet the white on white keeps it so CAS also. Lovely to see it two ways in two beautiful cards! Love that you could join us at CASology for our 200th Challenge!ReplyDelete
What a terrific die and I love the cards you made with it!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining us this week
“Less is More”
Beautiful, Bobby! Love your die cut tablecloth! Wonderful in white too!ReplyDelete
That a very cool die! Pretty card!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us at The Card Concept!
The Leaf Studio
I bet you are a winner over at TCC with your fantastic card! Love your cup along with that die that Judy talked you into...lol! Love the white card as well! Be well my friend!ReplyDelete
The background die you have used is amazing. So perfect to reflect the cutwork. The cup and flower are perfect too.ReplyDelete
Amazing how the same die can look so different in both cards! Both are so beautiful, but I'm smitten with the monochromatic bird card! Great entries for the challenges!ReplyDelete
I'm just catching up on commenting, as I was away on a choir tour in chilly Derbyshire last week.ReplyDelete
These are great Bobby I love these dies! super cards.
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
Bobby ... just keep going with the CAS cards ... these are both gorgeous! That die really does look like drawn threadwork ... so delicate and pretty ... and the simple style of the flower filled tea cup and the monochrome bird complement it perfectly! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! Love that precious die...ReplyDelete