Coloring on Kraft paper

Hello and Happy Summer if you are enjoying the Sunshine 🙂

Yesterday there were about 20 of us family members gathered, and on of the aunts mentioned that this is only one third of the family who will be arriving by next week. Yes, my husband has a large family (not as large as mine though!) and every summer most of them come to New York. They are good people, and it is always fun spending time with them 🙂

In the early morning, before everyone arrived, I managed to make some time and enjoy a bit of card making, inspired by Pamela’s card At CASE Study Challenge this week:


Isn’t this card simply gorgeous?! I was inspire to stamp and color on Kraft card stock.

CASE 195 Tasnim

I stamped and masked the two flowers from Altenew’s Hennah Elements set using Momento Cocoa ink. Next I colored them in using Prisma color pencils. I love the subtly effect they give! The sentiment is from Hero Arts’ Heyday sentiment set, and it was stamped on a strip of white card stock using the same Momento ink.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! If you haven’t already, do check out the amazing projects that the CASE Study design team has made!

Have a great day!

7 responses

  1. I really like the colors you used, and think it was clever of you to use the white next to the kraft background. Everything pops more this way.
    Enjoy your family time. 🙂

  2. Hope you’re having a wonderful time with “family”! Glad you got a little time to make a card and what a beauty it is – love the white pencil on kraft – I feel inspired to do likewise 🙂

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