This is a pretty close CAS as I kept Gayle's colors, embossed white panel, leaves and theme. To create the layer around the label, I dry embossed the die onto the dark green cs and then cut around the embossing. I usually cut the edge from the inside label, but I wanted this label to be larger.
Congratulations Gayle on being selected this week's Featured Stamper. You have a wonderful Gallery and I hope you enjoy the many cards made in your honor this week. TFL.
Just a note: for some reason I could NOT get the green cs to look green. It is very dark but it looks black here and it truly is a beautiful shape of dark green. Sigh.
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Sun, Apr 10, 2022 @ 3:54 PM
I think close cases show how much we love the originals! This is a beautiful card that will no doubt touch the heart of the receiver. I thought it was black; glad you mentioned the green - I bet it is even more lovely IRL!
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Mon, Apr 11, 2022 @ 8:50 AM
Debbi .... this is awesome! What a lovely design for a sympathy card! Love the gorgeous embossed background, that sweet IO heart stem die cut as well as the deep green leaves. Thanks for sharing your clever technique for creating your green layer behind your sentiment!
God demonstrated His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us ... being now justified by His blood, we shall be saved from wrath through Him. Romans 5:8 & 9