Flower Challenge

Happy July! With a new month comes a new challenge over at The Flower Challenge! This month the challenge is:

I always have a hard time with CAS cards and leaving white space but for my card this month I think I did better.

I used the Altenew Build A Flower Coral Charm along with the Altenew Dye Inks which is always so easy to get a nice colored flower. I stamped the flower in the Tea Party Inks and then used the black ink to frame the flower.

I then stamped the layered leaves using Green fields and added some smaller flowers with Paper Bag ink. This is actually the second card I made. I was a little impatient when I stamped my sentiment and didn’t let the ink dry. Ugh black ink smooshed all around the white. However, this set is so easy to use it was a quick make even a second tame around.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week and get a chance to play along with our challenge.

Supplies

*Listed below are the products I used and contain affiliate links when possible at no cost to you. Thank you for your support! All products were personally purchased by me or provided by companies I design for.

Altenew - Buid A Flower, Coral Charm
Altenew – Buid A Flower, Coral Charm
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Double Sided Tape
Double Sided Tape
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Alt | Misc
Altenew Dye Ink Cubes  - Coffee Break
Altenew Dye Ink Cubes – Coffee Break
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EHAlt | Misc
Altenew Dye Ink Cubes - Green Fields
Altenew Dye Ink Cubes – Green Fields
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EH | VI
Altenew Dye Ink Cubes - Tea Party
Altenew Dye Ink Cubes – Tea Party
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Strathmore - Bristol Smooth
Strathmore – Bristol Smooth
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Ranger White Pen
Ranger White Pen
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Tonic Studios - Tim Holtz - Glass Media Mat
Tonic Studios – Tim Holtz – Glass Media Mat
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EH | SC | AZ

3 thoughts on “Flower Challenge

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  1. Beautiful CAS card Ericka, I love that you only coloured the main flower and leaves and the sentiment perfect second time round. Hugs Aileen

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  2. You do CAS beautifully, Ericka. I love the border matching the red in the flower. The background blossoms were a great touch.

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