First I stamped the Hero Arts Daisy Outline Pattern background stamp onto a piece of card-stock-weight vellum using Versamark ink, then heat-embossed it in white. I turned it over and colored the flowers with Copic markers. I might have gotten tired, and also out of ideas for what other colors to use, so I opted to leave some of the flowers white. To make them pop more, I colored the spaces around all the flowers with a light-blue Copic.
I put mini glue dots behind the centers of the larger flowers and stuck the vellum to a white card base. I put the sentiment strip on, and added a few Hero Arts Silver Metallic Decor pieces, and also added them to the centers of the flowers to help disguise the mini glue dots.
Now let us discuss the meaning of "clean and simple". This card does not look CAS, but it's one layer of embossed vellum. Why does this matter? Because I was inspired to make this by two current challenges. One is the CASE Study challenge to be inspired by this card by the fabulously talented Debby Hughes:
and the second challenge is the current CAS-ology challenge:
I colored under the vellum, but I'm not sure this qualifies as CAS, so they may disqualify me, and I'm okay with that! :)
This was fun! Next time I might choose a less-busy background, though. :)
Thanks for stopping by!
ETA: This card won Top 3 at CASE Study!
Stuff I used: Inkadinkado Linen White embossing powder, SU Mini Glue Dots, and the following: