(2019 c66) Altenew CAS

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Here is a link to  Paper Towel Transfer Techniques for using paper towels for  backgrounds. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Today’s  background was using the Paper Towel Transfer technique using a textured paper towel to actually stamp the  residual color onto a white piece of cardstock. This shows off the design on the  paper towel.  You can see this texture in the zoomed picture as well as the shine of the Gold ebmossing.  I cut the  frame and center panel with My Favorite Things Dienamics Inside & Out Diagonal Stitched Rectangle Stax dies.   The flower and sentiment were stamped with Altenew Sweetest PeasI colored the sweet pea with Distress Inks by Ranger .

Challenges Entered:

Altenew:  August Inspiration ChallengeAug Altenew.jpg

CASMixItUpChallenge:  Paper  Towel + Stamping + Your Choice (die cuts)

TheCatsPajamas:  Chal. #360 – Clean & SimpleAugust TCPTuesday-360.jpg

#SSSIGCHALLENGE:  MY Entry on Instagram:   August Instagram Chal – Die Cutting

5 Comments

  1. Verna Angerhofer

    Rich and elegant design. I love the gold embossing.

  2. lollthompson

    Great work with transfering the colour from your paper towel, Lagene! The pink is just perfect with the bright gold embossing. Gorgeous flower! Thanks again for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

  3. Mac Mable

    Great textural effect from the paper towel and what a beautiful card. Your card is so elegant and perfectly CAS. Thank you once again for joining in the CAS Mix Up Challenge x.

  4. Bonnie

    Another great paper towel transfer, Lagene! I love this flower and how it picks up a darker shade of the background! All the gold embossing makes this very elegant! Thanks so much for sharing with us again at CAS Mix Up!

  5. Hideko

    Beautiful paper towel transfer, Lagene! I love that the texture of the paper towel makes a great background for the lovely sweet pea. Thanks so much for sharing this beauty at CAS Mix Up!
    Hideko xx

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