Today's card is a perfect example of a CAS (Clean and Simple) card. CAS is usually defined as having one main image, it is uncluttered with lots of open space, has limited layers or embellishments, and is easy and quick to recreate. I think this card sums it up!
I started by blending Soft Sea Foam onto the card base with a Blending Brush, then stamped the smallest image on top with S.S.F. stamped off. I wanted just a hint of the image in the background.
The flower was colored with Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive Stampin' Write markers - direct to stamp technique. It was cut with an oval die, then matted on a Blackberry Bliss scalloped oval and popped up on dimensionals over the Blackberry Bliss ribbon.
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