ATCAS Petals

ATCAS PetalsHello!
It’s time for the brand new CAS challenge over Addicted to CAS blog. The code word to play with this term is PETALS.  I am hosting this challenge and couldn’t choose another word for this beautiful day. Ontario kind of skips spring. We often have cold winter and after something strange, not a spring,  not a winter, summer arrives in May. I really miss warm blooming February, we used to have in British Columbia. February?!!! Yes, blooming February. Let’s fix it with blooming cards!
ATCAS - code word petalsOur sponsor today is QKR Stampede with a prize of 3 digital images.
Our guest designer for this challenge is the amazing CAS artist Julie Beech!
I chose gold flowery branch and white heart as a focal point for my card. I die-cut elements with my Big Shot and place them in right corner of the card. Flower in red was a colorful addition to almost white  card. The sentiment I stamped with Versa Fine black ink and embossed with SSS clear powder.
Colour Q – palette
Freshly Made – sketch
CQC_343 FMS Final 238-001Thank you for stopping by!
Have wonderful weekend.

12 thoughts on “ATCAS Petals

  1. Michele says:

    What a gorgeous card, Valentyna! Those gold elements almost look as it they had been done with gold embossing paste, they are so perfectly at home on your card base! So pretty!

  2. BarbGhig says:

    Thanks for choosing such a lovely Code Word for us, Valentyna! Your gold flowery branch is just beautiful, and I love how you layered it with the heart and gorgeous red bloom! A really stunning card, as always!

  3. Sarah says:

    Gorgeous challenge choice Valentyna and an equally stunning example of elegant, CAS, petals and blooms in a striking colour combo. Brilliant design too. Not sure if it’s me but your link from ATCAS wasn’t working. Hugs Sarah x

  4. karrenj says:

    This is gorgeous, Valentyna! Fabulous arrangement of elements and your color balance is perfect! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

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