Friday, July 17, 2020

CASE-ing myself for the 3rd time

Hello friends, I am up with a CASE of my own card which was made back in March 2015.

I had CASEd it twice already and yet again today.

This card is made using the bold floral stencil from ARTplorations. 

Today I have gathered my experience from past and applied some new techniques I have picked up in these many years, and did it bit differently.
The card stock is still the same, it is a textured black card stock.
I have first inked the stencil with Lawn Fawn white pigment ink, what I have kept from original is the inking style, it's not blending but its dabbed. I have always liked the dabbed look on black versus the blended look.
Then I have used the distress oxides,  then used the Prismacolor pencils over, and finally the gelly roll to add stitches.
For the centers, I have first added the dots using the gelly roll and then a yellow pencil over.
The sentiment is partly stamped from Uniko. The die cut is from paper Smooches. I first added this to an olive green strip which also my base card, then the whole strip is added using a foam adhesive. The dot on I is a jewel first then the die cut piece over to match up the height.

Linking this with:

Inspired by the florals

Anything Goes

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind feedback. Have a great day!     


  1. bold and purple-y! the white stitching makes it pop -- love this card, Rahmat!

  2. Wowie! Even with a black card base, the card is looking wonderfully bright and cheerful! Love the coloring you've done on them - gorgeous textures there!! And I can't believe that you actually added those dashes all around all those images- but the effect it has is just incredible! I really enjoyed this card! :)

  3. Wow! Such a beautiful use of ink and I love how the flowers really pop against the black. Thanks for playing with us at Inkspirational!
    - Shauna


  4. Lovely card with beautiful coloring! Thank you for entering in the Word Art Wednesday Challenge. Ginny M, DT

  5. It’s wonderful to see you try new things and play with techniques. So glad that you join the fun with my “Show & Share”! WONDERFUL! Very happy to see your lovely work! Thank you for your support!