Green is so spring like, and I knew I wanted to use Kinda Eclectic again, so this became a lesson (to myself of course) on how CAS can I make it. I started by using my three shades of green, Certain Celery, Lucky Limeade and a Mossy Meadow and covering a sheet of A4 with the stamp images. Then I cut it up to use as a background.
These two above are the final, most CAS versions. On the way I first made this birthday card, using a Pear Pizazz marker for the sentiment and fussy cutting out a butterfly from Papillon potpourris.
This one I'm going to enter in the Anything Goes challenge at Seize The Birthday
I was lucky enough to be picked as a runner up last week so I'm going to support them again thisweek, well, it would be rude not to!
Then I made a card with more white space and used the sentiment from KE. I figured that I could reverse the white space, using it as the focal panel rather than in the background, but it was hard covering up all that lovely green stamping!
So, which one do you think is most clean and simple in its design? I do hope that you like green and that you will be tempted to play around with your green inks, markers and papers in much the same way as I was. My sheet of A4 did actually make 4 cards, but I'm saving that last one to show you another day.