CAS Card – Oriental

Hi everyone.

The challenge this week over at Addicted to Stamps is a CAS Card.

I didn’t intend to make three cards for this post.  The stamping was slightly wobbly on the first and second and probably on the third.  By this point I thought I would give it up as a bad job and just go with it! lol!

The idea for this card came from some wall paper that I saw on Emmerdale (UK tv soap).  If anyone watches Emmerdale it is the wall paper in, what was, Gennie and Katies cottage.    Lovely paper. I wouldn’t be able to live with it though.  Sorry too much woffling!

The first of the cards is the one I am entering into the challenge.

I have used the same technique on all of them.  I used a masks and die inks to create the circles and stamped over them using the bamboo stamp and black Archival ink.  I then added the words, again using Archival ink.


I must try and stand straight when I take photos.   Just tilt your head to the right and everything will be ok….. thats better……thank you.

I stamped onto glossy card stock.  I am not sure if you can see in these photos but the glossy card looks a dirty white against the white cardstock so I added some pretty papers to break it up.  CAS cards are still new to me so I hope these qualify.

Stamps used: Bamboo – Judikins, Word stamps – Rubbadubbadoo

Happy crafting.  Thank you for looking.

Best Wishes Florence x

33 comments

  1. Hope everyone had a great weekend. THANK YOU everyone for sparing the time for a visit and for your lovely comments. They are truly appreciated.
    Regards Florence xx

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  2. I don’t normally like oriental, but these are gorgeous in their simplicity. I love bamboo and none of them look wobbly. Have a lovely weekend xx

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  3. Ooooo these are beautiful! What a gorgeous layout you’ve used. Hard to choose my favourite colour actually. Thanks so much for this bumper entry to our CAS challenge at ATS 🙂

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  4. Wow these are stunning cards Florence, so eye catching and vibrant. I wish I could do CAS, but it takes me longer than my embellished pieces, you have mastered them perfectly.
    Thanks for your kind words on my new DT position, I really appreciate it.
    Have a great weekend.
    hugs {brenda} xox

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  5. Florence your CAS cards are perfect!!! I am happy to see that you are enjoying the challenges so much, you always take them to the next level and give us so much inspiration!!! Love your set of cards, and I love visiting your blog to see your wonderful tallent! *hugs to you and Freddie* have a wonderful weekend!
    Lisa 🙂

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  6. Wow, Florence, they are stunning – such purity and beauty! Those glorious circles of brilliant colour and the sharp black stamping… the frames are wonderful – love that they came out of necessity. And to think they’re all inspired by Emmerdale wallpaper…
    Alison x

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  7. Oh woman why wouldn’t they qualify they are beautiful she says tilting her head to one side, breath takingly stylish, beautiful stamping there Florence and ace masking and i adore those word stamps and they are now on my most wanted list. Thanks for sharing these divine beauties with us at ATS.

    Marie

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  8. Clever use of the circles and the bamboo stamp Florence. The colouring is just beautiful..Good idea to break up the two tones of white with a coloured card–inspiring work as always.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  9. Great cards Florence. Love the CAS style but I find it very difficult – I always want to add just one more details, and one more but your cards are perfect.
    Lorraine

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  10. Florence, these cards are beautiful and they most certainly qualify as CAS. I love the thin patterned boarder behind the main piece.
    For me, sometimes these are harder than the more ornate cards. I love doing them both.
    The CAS ones can be just as time consuming.

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