CASEing Coast to Coast: Pierced Blooms Slimline…Just Because

Stampin Up Pierced Blooms Just Because Card - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Hello there!  I’m winding down (14 days to go) a very hectic school year and  have been seriously absent from posting (and creating) for a few weeks.  However, it’s time for another CASEing Coast to Coast project with my friend, Karen Hallam in CA and I could not miss that!  Once a month, Karen and I each create a card based either on one the other has made or from a specific theme.  This month,…

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Good Morning Magnolia Thinking of You

Stampin Up Good Morning Magnolia Thinking of You Card - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

My card today features the big, bold and beautiful magnolia from the Good Morning, Magnolia stamp set.  This bloom is a dream to color and has such a WOW factor on any card.  I stamped it with Versa Mark ink and heat embossed with black embossing powder before coloring it with Copic markers.   While I’m loving this flower, I think I’m most excited about the stenciled background.  This is a slimline stencil from Pink…

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Sweet Country Inspired Friendship Card

Stampin Up Buffalo Checked Wreath Card Idea- Rosanne Mulhern stampin up

Happy Good Friday!   Today’s card is definitely “me”.  I know this because while I usually (lovingly) labor over creating a card, this one came together quickly and seamlessly.  I was truly in my element with the buffalo check, wreath and color.  While all the products I used are retiring on 5/3, I wanted to give them another go around.  Here’s the details… A2 thick Basic White card base is cut at 4 1/4″ x…

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Using Tulle for a Pretty Background

Today I have something a bit different (at least for me).  I created my card with a subtle yet oh so pretty tulle background.  You may have to look closer to see it but IRL, it’s very evident.  I take no credit for this discovery and owe it to watching Jennifer McGuire using the technique.  I did have the tulle on hand, though!   So what do you think?  Is it something you would use…

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