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Clean and Simple card with C.C. Designs Image





Aloha Guys!

This is Joyce from EnjoyScrappin2.com.  Today I have another CAS (Clean and Simple) card for you using PaperTemptress card stocks. I have this image that I colored using the Heavenly White 120#, which I have a tutorial for. I’ll leave the link below if you want to check it out. I mentioned before that this card stock does not bleed though the back, so it’s perfect for those one layered cards, using your alcohol markers. I kept this card pretty simple, because I wanted to use the Pink Ice Parchment paper. I didn’t want to cover up too much of the card stock, since it has this unique design and color to it. I back it with the Hot fudge card stock, I love the pink and the fudge together. I’m also using the Sky blue stripe vellum to emboss my sentiment. I thought the light blue matched perfectly with this color combination. I stamped the sentiment out with versa fine onyx, so I can emboss it using my clear embossing powder. This vellum has a great weight to it, so it didn’t even warp as I was heating up the sentiment. I added some details with some sequins, black belly roll pen and my Signo white gel pen. Pretty simple but I really liked how it turned out. I hope you enjoyed this card and there’s still a GIVEAWAY going on right now, so scroll down to check that out. I may be choosing 1 additional winner, since Patricia from PaperTemptress was generous enough to donate 2 paper packs. Yay!! More the prize the better, right? So don’t forget to subscribe to me Youtube channel and leave me a comment to be entered in the drawing 🙂 Check out the PaperTemptress’s Blog to see all the Design team’s inspirations. Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll catch you next time 🙂


**Here’s the Link for the Coloring portion: