This is my third post today!
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I was browsing the early pages of my stamp index - (yes, I stamp every single stamp that I buy into an index AND I do it by category...I've stopped buying sets with a variety of sentiments because it takes too long to stamp some in the birthday section, some in the thanks, etc!) My early pages go back at least a decade - and I ran across a Hero Arts set that is perfect for a girlfriend. She is in hospice care and I am trying to send a card a day. There's so little that I can do - but I can try to give her a smile!
This set had three birds that I wanted to use so I was thrilled when I saw that Less is More is a sketch challenge with three squares.
I do have to say that this card has gone slightly beyond my personal definition of CAS. I think it's just the kraft background. I know that most CAS definitions say that "white space" is just "open space", but most of my CAS cards are white so this doesn't feel right to me. However, I did try it with white and silhouetted birds but it just wasn't "warm" enough to send to my friend. So I thought of the CASual Friday challenge to use kraft. Kraft and yellow was my solution!
- Stamps: Hero Arts Tiny Bird Messages, Envelope background
- Paper: Stampin' Up Crumb Cake and Crushed Curry
- Ink: Versamark, Colorbox Frost White (the background(
- Accessories: Zing embossing powder, Stampin' Up Crushed Curry ribbon, Derwent Inktense pencils