This week's CASology Cue Card is Flower!
Yes, I'm using that Papertrey flower die again - it's clean, graphic and so, so versatile. I was inspired by Lisa's card here.
Here's a mini tutorial on how I made this card:
Cut the flower from a 3.75x3.75 panel of Gina K 120lb base - you need something that the Copics won't bleed through or show through.
Put the panel on the cardbase (also Gina K 120lb) and traced the flower in pencil. Drew extra lines between the panels, so that I could erase the petals (pencil will not erase after you've coloured over it with Copics, and I didn't want any chance of pencil peeking through.)
Erased the petals and coloured between the lines. No need to be too neat!
Adhered the top panel with the cut-out over top of the card base. Curled petal edges.
Adhered flower only in the centre. Added sparkly black enamel dot and Stampin' Up sentiment.
(I'm also linking up to Less Is More and The Paper Players where the challenges are also both CAS Flowers - you'll get a lot of challenge bang for your CAS flower buck this week!!)
Now it's your turn! Don't forget to check out the DT blogs for even more inspiration!
and this week's Guest Designer: Hazel