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CAS Deco Flowers Card: Deco Flowers Layering Stencil Bundle | The Rabbit Hole Designs

Hello and welcome back to my blog; I am back with you again today to share another crafty project using the fabulous products from the Rabbit Hole Designs.  This week I have a CAS card to share with you using the Deco Flower 6-Layer Stencil Bundle.    My sentiment for this clean and simple card design comes from the Namaste 4 x 6 Stamp Set.  Here's a look at my clean and simple card design. 


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CAS Deco Flowers Card:

 To start off my card design I used a blue ink for to ink blend the "sky" and a green ink for the "grass" using my CottonTail Blending Brushes.  I gave the "grass" a slight hill shape with the ink blending since I knew I wanted this to be a CAS card.  Once I had the background ink blended I started working on my focal images with the Deco Flower Layer Stencil Bundle.  I used a piece of 5 3/4" x 5 3/4" white cardstock and placed the first layer of the stencil on top and started the ink blending process.  I picked some spring colors of ink for the ink blending; and worked my way through all the layers.  Once the ink blending was completed I took the matching die from the Deco Flower Layering Stencil Bundle and cut out three of the flowers.  The great thing about starting out with the larger piece of white cardstock is I have plenty of room to die cut more of these loverly spring flowers for more cards. 


CAS Deco Flowers Card by Rick Adkins

Before I started the die-cutting process I flicked on some clean water on my ink blended background to create a little texture.  After I had my spring florals die cut out I placed them on to the card base using some of the small foam adhesive squares from the Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Micro Squares.  I placed the three floral die-cuts onto the center of the panel without attaching them first.  I placed my card front in my stamp positioning tool and stamped my sentiment from the Namaste Stamp Set in Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink right above where my center flower was going to go.  I then removed the backings from my die cuts and attached them to the card front.  I finished off my card by adding a few Clear Sparkle Enamel Dots sprinkled around the card. 

CAS Deco Flowers Card by Rick Adkins Front View

CAS Deco Flowers Card Pictures:

Below I have a few more pictures of my card using the Deco Flowers Layering Stencils Bundle to share with you.


CAS Deco Flowers Card by Rick Adkins Over Head View


CAS Deco Flowers Card by Rick Adkins Side View

Thanks for dropping by today I hope that you have a wonderful and creative weekend.  


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Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins














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