Monday, November 14, 2016

CAS with Acetate

My second post today.
I am sharing an acetate card here now.
I had used the lotus image which I shared on the Instagram, which i colored a few days back.
I used Faber Castell color pencils to color the lotuses from Waffle flower her, and fussy cut only the top a bit, and added it to the acetate base. I aslo did some stamping on the acetate using the dragonflies.
I used a blue ink to sponge the bottom, and then used Tim Holtz woodgrain stencil to mask the sponging to add more blue to give  a water effect
I used another fussy cut one too, a few pearls to finish off. The sentiment is also from the same set.

Linking this with:

Little Tangles
An acetate CAS card

STAMPLorations CAS challenge
Joining in with Anything Goes

Addicted to Stamps and More
 Another entry with acetate here

CAS Mix Up Challenge
Stamping + Masking + Acetate

Take it Make it
 Anything Goes with Stamping

                           Thank you for stopping by, and leaving your kind comments. 

       Have a great day!



  1. This is beautiful, Rahmat! I'm impressed with you using acetate! That's very tricky and you've done it perfectly! Beautiful flowers and I love how you've used the stencil to look like water! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Mix Up!

  2. This is so unique and creative Rahmat. Love how you've fussy cut just the tops of your flowers. They really stand out on the acetate card base. Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

  3. Such a pretty and creative card Rahmat and I just love that water effect!
    Thanks for sharing with us at ATSM and I hope to see you again soon.
    Carol x

  4. Really pretty! I love the effect of water ripples for the neat!!

  5. So beautiful and creative, Rahmat. TFS and joining us at CAS Mix UP. Hugs, Nancy

  6. Gorgeous and unusual! Really, really, really love it! Great to see you at Addicted To Stamps and More. All the very best to you. Nandini, DT

  7. Oooh, so pretty! Love the acetate! Thanks for joining us at Little Tangles!

  8. Cool, Rahmat! I love that the dragonflies appear to fly because of the acetate. clever