Thursday, October 25, 2018

Celebrate Contrast

These cards were inspired by this week's challenge at CAS(E) This Sketch #294.  I knew I wanted to cut the sentiment out of the top card layer using the Big Shot.  I also knew I didn't want to glue the exact same type of paper back in; I wanted a little contrast.  That led to the creation of two cards.

 I began by cutting out the word celebrate from the Broadway Bound DSP and a piece of Lovely Lipstick Cardstock.  I then mounted both pieces of paper and the opposite sentiment on Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock.  Both were the adhered to a card base that coordinated with the sentiment paper and finished off with Glitter Enamel Dots (a black Faceted Dot was added to the Lovely Lipstick cardstock as well).  Both these cards make me want to smile and celebrate.  :)

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1 comment:

  1. How clever to create two cards with one die cut sentiment! And it's a great take on the sketch!