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CAS mini

Hello there! If  you read my previous post then you know that this is my second mini card for the day. I thought I'd give a twist to the design of my second mini and so I went CAS. I stamped a lovely bouquet and colored it with alcohol markers.  It looks like the bouquet is floating, hanging from a corner. I colored it with vibrant tones to create a nice contrast.

So pretty! Really like it. If you've followed my blog for a while you know that I enjoy CAS too, and here is the proof... lol

I hope you liked my second mini card! I will be back tomorrow with a new card for Hiding in my Craft Room DT (hint: it's also CAS).

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This card is participating in:
Marvelous Mini - Mod Squad  
Float - Casology 
Cards that move / Anything Goes - Dazzling Diva
Anything Goes - Word Art Wednesday  
Big Blooms - Sweet 'n Sassy


  1. Oh, Gracie, I just love the elegance and simplicity of this CAS layout! Beautifully colored image! Hugs, sweet friend!

    1. Cheryl I am so grateful for your support and I am so glad you liked my card! Thanks for adding it to your Pinterest too.

  2. These blooms are just gorgeous, Gracie! Love how they seem to float in the corner. We love seeing your entries in our Friday Feature challenges at SNSS…thanks for playing this week!

    1. My pleasure! You girls know that I'm a fan of SNSS and I enjoy your challenges very much! By the way, one of my projects was published on the July issue of Scrap 'n Art magazine featuring your stamps! I thought I'd share it with you... :)

  3. Wow, I love the way your vibrant blooms are floating at the top of the card, so very pretty! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!

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    1. Aww, you are a so sweet! Thank you Joyce, I'm so glad you stopped by... Thanks!

  5. Love this sweet mini cad with the gorgeous flowers! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

  6. This mini card is so beautiful! Love the flowers! Have a Blessed day!

    1. Oh Angelica thank you so very much! I am delighted with your visit, thanks!

  7. Very, very elegant! I love the simplicity of the design!

  8. Such a pretty "mini" card! Thanks for joining in with Dazzling!


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