Mystery CASE June 15 – #MCC7
Are you ready for a Mystery CASE Card Challenge. I hope you are, and I hope you join us this week in this fun new card challenge. Remember, I provide a bit of guidance with CLUES over the weekend, so you can pull materials together. But my solution will not necessarily be similar to yours. It’s just one solution. You are invited to craft your own.
Let’s look at the clues for this week.
They are fairly simple this week. And you of course could swap out or add a layer of DSP for the face of your card project. The solution I am sharing today, was inspired by an archive card. Which I will share tomorrow on the blog. I am really enjoying recreating from card done before.
Here is the Stampin’ Show & Tell Video Demonstration. I will take you through the Clues, and my crafted solution. Enjoy!
Okay, let’s get crafty! Be sure to snap photos of your projects and email them to me directly at email@example.com. By sharing your photos you give me permission to share here on the blog. I will add your name to your project to give you credit. And you get a entry in the end of the Month Drawing for FREE SHIPPING on your next order.
Did you miss last weeks Mystery CASE? You can see all the details on the Monthly BLOG PAGE – MYSTERY CASE June 2020.
Mystery CASE June 15 Details
With today’s crafted solution, I did some Selective Stamping. This simple means I didn’t use the whole of an image on the stamp. I marker-ed the bird stamp to only include the trio of birds. I excluded the fourth, as it didn’t fit on my die cut element.
Then to add just a bit of shading to that stamped image, I used the Blender Pen to shade the branch and leaves. Just by pulling some of the ink from the stamped image into the open areas. Then I used a Chalk Marker to add dots to the flowers. Just a bit of pop!
The other thing I did, was use the Bumblebee Cardstock piece as a mask. Or maybe more correctly a guide. I held in place at the bottom of my Whisper White card base so that I could know how far up to stamp my leaves and flower images. When I was done, I simply flipped it over and used the clean side for the sentiment.
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