Cindy here to share a CAS card featuring Hero Arts Nasturtium. I combined it with a planter from the Stamp Your Own succulent, and hand drawn some strings to make a hanging Nasturtium planter.
I could have just stamped the Nasturtium, mask it before stamping the planter. But I wanted some dimension, but I don’t have the die cut for the Nasturtium. So I did partial hand cut of the lower blooms and tugged the planter underneath.
The planter I stamped twice, once on white card stock and watercolored, and another time silver heat embossed on vellum. I hand cut the watercolored planter closely; but when cutting the vellum one I left some space all around; then creased all the sides and wrapped the watercolored piece inside. This way it looks like a glass planter with soil inside. And I used my creative license to hand draw some extra stems to connect the Nasturtium image and the planter.
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May 23, 2019 at 9:43 am
you are so clever, Cindy – love how you combined these stamps in those soft colors
May 23, 2019 at 11:11 pm
Creative license is encouraged. I LOVE this.