Casology Week 247: Flow

Hey there, Stefanie here...back for some more challenge cards.  I was lucky enough to craft all day and I have a ton of cards to share.  I think I will just do a few more today, then update the blog more tomorrow.  

I am trying to grow as a card designer and my favorite challenge that pulls me OUT of my comfort zone is the CASology challenge.    Here is my entry for the CASology Week 247 Challenge - keyword is Flow. 


This may be one of the favorite cards I have made this weekend.  Here are the details:


I started using the ink cubes I got with my Hero Arts May kit, Deep Blue and Aqua.  I blended them onto a piece of 110 lb white paper. 








I seriously love this ink.  I am really excited to actually stamp with it, but today I just blended it.  I saw a video from Jennifer McGuire a few days ago in which she said that Hero Arts inks have a special quality.  You can put Versamark on them and heat dry and it will produce a special effect. Challenge on!







So, I put the awesome wave stencil that came in my May Hero Arts kit on top of my blended paper and took a cosmetic sponge and smooshed VersaMark into the panel.  I got a little blue ink on my VersaMark pad, but all in all, not too bad.  Then I heat set the embossing ink and look!  Magic! This totally says "Flow" to me!






I cut a circle out of the panel using my stitched circle die.  Also, I stamped a sentiment from Hero Arts, "an ocean of thanks".   I glued the circle onto the top folding card.  I hardly ever make a one-layer card, I'm so proud of myself!









Here is the finished product again,  I really like this Thank you card, I feel like it is more masculine than some of my cards.  

Thanks for reading!

Comments

Eliz Stewart said…
Wow....love the effect! I totally get the flow! I have to check out Jennifer's video...so interesting.
Judy1223 said…
Oh, wow! What a cool technique! I love the flow and the deep blue colors in your water. A gorgeous CAS card! Thanks for joining us at CASology!
Hazel Hodgkins said…
Such a stunning colour and a fantastic effect achieved too! Thank you for sharing with us at CASology this week, Stefanie!
Deidre said…
This is a crazy awesome look you achieved with that technique! I love trying new ways to craft too :) Thanks for joining us at CASology again and sharing your card!
Melissa said…
This turned out beautiful! Your blending is gorgeous! Thank you for joining us over at CASology! :)
Claire said…
Clever take on the cue word - I was intrigued to see how you did your card..so effective!

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