Sunday, 26 February 2017

CAS Birthday Card 3 (Marbling)

Hi friends!

I have really been enjoying myself over the weekend making CAS cards and so I'd like to share another CAS birthday card I made. This card incorporates nail polish marbling (thanks to Rahmat for sharing the video tutorial) and I really love the pattern it created with the red, blue and gold, in some of the pictures the shine from the gold is visible :) 

Synopsis of the process:

This is a top folding landscape style A2 size card. I stamped thrice with geometrical images using the Uniko Background Builders Squared stamp set. Earlier on I had done some nail polish marbling with red, blue and gold colored nail polishes on a blue colored cardstock, so now I die cut it with a Gina Marie Stitched circle die. I colored the outer perimeter of the die cut with a black sharpie to make it stand out against the background. Then I heat embossed the sentiment on the die cut using the Winnie & Walter- A tree for all seasons stamp set. The die cut was pasted on the card front. Some of the squares from  the background were colored with light blue, dark blue and red. Dots and dashes were hand drawn for added interest using a uniball signo white gel pen. In the end, 3 enamel dots were added.

Supplies Used:

1. Iris cardstock 250 gsm
2. Uniko stamps- Background Builders Squared

3. Winnie & Walter Stamps- A tree for all seasons
4. Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens- pack of 12
5. Uniball Signo white gel pen
6. Black sharpie marker
7. Enamel dots
8. Ranger's archival ink- jet black
9. Gina Marie stitched circles die set
10. Tom Bow Multi Aqua Glue
11. Ranger's heat tool
12. Homemade emboss buddy
13. Zing Opaque white embossing powder

Here are a few of pictures of the finished card:








Thanks for your time! Would love to read your comments :)
Stay Blessed.


I am playing along with the following challenges:

1. Less Is More #317 (the card is made following the sketch given)



2. Uniko's 5th Birthday Linky Party




3. Three Challenge with Shay (There are 3 enamel dots)

4. Bright Colors Challenge with Lydia (The card has bright reds and blues)

5. The Gossip Column with Taheerah Atchia No. - Marble (I have used nail polish marbling here)




13 comments:

  1. Amazing CAS/Math card!!! LOVE it! :o) xx

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  2. Very pretty! I've never tried marbling - it looks lovely!

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  3. Terrific modern design. Thanks for playing along!

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  4. Really liking the geometric make today, fab with the splashes of colour too

    Kathyk

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  5. I love marbling so much fun and never the same result twice. I love how you have paired it with geometrics such a great contrast and makes for a very dynamic card.

    Marie

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  6. Ohhhhh what a cool technique and card! Thanks for the link to the tutorial - I'm definitely going to check it out.

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  7. Oh wow, fabulous marbling! The geometric background is a superb way of setting it off - love it! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

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  8. A great combination of geometric and marbling, great for a masculine card.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

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  9. Wow cool effect. Great masculine card x

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  10. another great card
    thanks for joining us at Less Is More this week, Jen xx

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  11. Love the cool geometric design - very different! Thanks for spreading The Gossip on w&w's The Gossip Column!

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  12. you are tempting me to get nail polishes jus to try this marbling effect... this one is simply awesome

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  13. You are rocking your Uniko goodies! Another fabulous card and that marble technique combined with the geometrics is wonderful. Thank you so much for joining in on Uniko's 5th Birthday celebrations. Hugs Bev x

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