Sunday, January 7, 2018

For my love

Hey y'all!
I'm swinging in one more time today to share a card.

*To see the winner of my Top 10 2017 blog hop giveaway post, please scroll down. ;) 

I made this card for the current CAS-ual Friday's Challenge.

Hold on to your seat because I actually used embossing paste!! lol I don't know why I don't start using things more often?...I have so much stuff that I sometimes just forget about or leave out (sometimes I just get overwhelmed with things as well). Maybe that will be a goal for me this start using more of the forgotten things I have.  ;) 

I wanted to keep my card clean, though I did want some kind of settle background. So I thought the white embossing paste would do the trick. After I used a stitched frame for my border and some glitter cardstock with my die, then simply added my sentiment on top. Easy peasy, right?!...

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Enjoy your day and see you soon!


Notice I took my picture differently than what I normally do (usually I take them flat)...I had to do this because I needed to capture the white embossing paste. When I took my photos with my card flat, I could see the paste on my photo but then when editing and changing the brightness/contrast it would be gone. Not sure if you may have any tips or tricks how to photograph/edit photos with white embossing paste?...Though, I would love to hear them! All take all the help I can get! lol ;) Thanks in advance! :)


  1. WOW, your card is gorgeous! CAS perfection! Thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays.

  2. Gorgeous, your glittery music note and embossing paste hearts. I'm with you in being overwhelmed with things. Net result when that happens: accomplishing nothing or making things that are totally 'meh' or epic failures or monumentally frustrating. Currently, obsessing over colouring - and that needs to stop, because I'm not getting the results I want. Need to step away, return to my stamps/dies, then revisit down the road. Anyway...your CAS card makes me smile - and reminds me that 'less is more'!

  3. OMG, I love this! (and, yes, white on white is always tricky to photograph) Thanks for playing along with us at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge :)