CAS outline embossing

Hello again – I have another card to share with you today, inspired by a couple of challenges. This card was in my mind for hours, I couldn’t shake it – so I just had to go and make it. It was interfering with my reading!!!!

I’m sorry the picture isn’t that perfect – but even though it’s lovely and sunny and warm – there is quite a wind.

Another photo because I kept trying:

I knew I wanted an outline die to emboss into the card – as per the Less Is More Challenge – and I Knew I wanted the sentiment to run through the embossed die, so I took some time thinking and thinking about which die to emboss……..

I stamped the sentiment from Altenew ‘Moments In Time‘ in black ink, then embossed an outline die from Altenew’s ‘A Study In watercolor‘. I then stamped the floral image in the lightest grey Altenew ink to bring more attention to the embossed outline, but not too bright nor too invasive – quite muted, I think, and to tie the card in with the Allsorts Challenge.

I shall be entering the following challenges:

Less Is More – CAS embossing – up to one third to be embossed

Allsorts Challengeblack and white and one other colour (I used grey)

10 thoughts on “CAS outline embossing

  1. Beautiful CAS card ! Love how you kept it very simple with just an outline die embossing, the matching stamp in neutral colour and the sentiment (awesome one by the way). A fabulous take on our challenge! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More.

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  2. A really super LIM card, and a great die and design. Thank you for joining our ‘Black/White plus one other colour’ challenge at Allsorts.

    Kath x

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