Blue Birthday Flowers

Blue Birthday Flowers

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This CAS card features stamps from the “Spring Flowers” set from Simon Says Stamp.

I stamped the images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored them with Copic Markers (B91, B95, B97, G82, G94, and G99).

The greeting was heat embossed in white and was cut with the “Word Window Label” punch from Stampin’ Up (retired).

Over at The Paper Players, they are celebrating their 500th challenge! It is CAS, and it’s theme week – CELEBRATE where we are encouraged to celebrate any occasion or anyone (birthday, Christmas, anniversary, wedding, bar/bat mitzvah, friendship….).

Thanks for checking out my card project!

14 thoughts on “Blue Birthday Flowers

  1. I’m running out of words to describe your cards – beautiful, stunning, awesome, amazing – these words don’t do them justice! And love how you describe everything you use! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This is such a perfect example why CAS is so popular, makes a big wow with minimal layers, stamping and colors. But why it is so hard to make it look breathtaking. You nailed the breathtaking part.

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  3. Gorgeous CAS card and beautifully colored. The thin border does a wonderful job of framing the focal image without detracting from it. So glad you joined us at the Players this week
    Jaydee

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  4. Beautiful and those flowers are expertly coloured too. Thank you for playing along with our 500th Paper Players challenge this week!

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  5. Beautiful Clean and simple look, I love the shading in the coloring. I miss being able to visit your blog more often. I am hoping that in August I will have more time for this! Have a good day!

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