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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

TS107 and CASCSC367 Inlaid Roses


Hi folks, happy Wednesday!  You must be gentle with me today....I attempted an inlaid card with the rose border die from the new Ornate Borders set....it is certainly a test of one's patience!  So here we go:


The CAS Colours & Sketches challenge this week is to use some soon-to-be-retiring In Colors:


I had the white outline die already cut out, so I thought I would try to fill it in with the Pineapple Punch and Call Me Clover pieces....the leaves were easy to match up; the little rose pieces, not so much!  I will keep at it, though!  This was just my first attempt!  I ran two lines of Sticky Strip down the Blueberry Bushel DSP, laid the white piece on top, then fit the smaller pieces in.  I did have to add some glue on a few of them to keep them in place!


And since The Spot's challenge this week is birthdays:

I added a sentiment from Itty Bitty Birthdays along with my last little piece of Call Me Clover ribbon:



I will be sad to see Blueberry Bushel and Call Me Clover retire....Pineapple Punch, not so much!  LOL, I had ONE piece of cardstock left and I had to use part of it to just cut out these little pieces!!!  Yellow is just not one of my go-to colors!  Thanks for popping in today!  Enjoy it and be blessed!

Pandemic?  What pandemic?!  Oh, to be like a pup!



Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Itty Bitty Birthdays
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Pineapple Punch, Call Me Clover, Blueberry Bushel DSP (ret)
 Ink Blueberry Bushel
Accessories Call Me Clover Grosgrain Ribbon, Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Ornate Borders Dies, Stitched Rectangle Diecs

13 comments:

Kampin' Karen said...

I think you did a great job...I don't think I'd have the patience and would be all thumbs! Eden does look quite content. I won't miss too many of the In Colors leaving except for Grapefruit Grove.

Unknown said...

Love roses! Your card is simply beautiful!! Thank you for sharing,a please keep up the creativity -- it is a wonderful blessing of creativity to me!! 😊❤️

Tracy Grauer said...

What a wonderful card, LeAnne! I like all the retiring In Colors but must say Pineapple Punch I used the least. Eden is so snugly sweet. Love that pinch of tongue sticking out! Our Jake dog does that too. So funny.

I Card Everyone said...

Blueberry polkas? YES PLEASE!! Oh LeAnne, this is such a darling little creation!
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barb mann said...

LeAnne - Very nice card although I'm not sure it is CAS, HA! :). Too much work for me! I'd just put one solid color behind cause I like FAST! This card likely qualifies for you making a few cards today!!

Lisa Elton said...

Pretty little flowers and sweet polka dots.. I think it's delightful!!

Vicky Hayes said...

Absolutely bowled over by this one LeAnne - and admire your patience! The inlaying really does create a stunning effect and the colours are amazing together. Funny, they never really grabbed me seen in the catalogue but I love them in combination like this. Vicky x

JulieP said...

This is striking!!! What a fun use of the colors! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the CC&S challenge blog!

Tina's Crop Shop said...

How beautiful LeAnne! The piecing into that border is awesome and looks like a lot of work but definitely worth it! Oh and how adorable is that Pup! Thank you so much for joining us at The Spot this week!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

Love this - the paper piecing is a great way to incorporate these lovely bright colours and having tried it, can confirm it’s not for the faint hearted! My top tips would be back your cardstock with an adhesive sheet first to make glueing easier and definitely use a take-your-pick type tool. Ive decided when I do my next one I might try press-and-seal too as a means to keep the pieces together! These dies work so well for this - I’m sure this won’t be the last time you have a go! As for that sweet puppy - oh to have a dog’s life!

Patricia Hays said...

Oh wow, you've done a fantastic job inlaying all the little flower petals and leaves! This cheery card is sure to brighten someone's day. Thanks for sharing it with us at CC&S! :)

karen h said...

Wonderful card! Love how you used the die! Thank you for playing along with us at CC&S!

Linda Callahan said...

Yeow girl you have a lot of patience but the result is worth - lovely flowers!