Sunday, 16 July 2017

It's time for July's CAS Watercolour Reminder

I can't believe it's only 2 week to my summer vacation (or at least time off from work)  and also the CAS watercolour mid month reminder.

For this card I created a background using brusho's spritzed with water then scrunched some cling wrap and lay it over then let it dry.  The cling wrap give a great marbled effect where the cling wrap touched the card when it's removed after drying

The butterflies are a die by memory box really allows lots of the colour to come through,

Come join us over at CAS Watercolour with your butterfly cards

Card Recipe
Stamps:  Happy little stampers sentiment, Ali express small butterfly
Paper: 110lb white, coated card
Ink: distress Oxide, Ranger archival
Accessories: Memory box butterfly die, Brushos's,cling saran wrap
Techniques: cling wrap and brusho's background, Die cut


  1. Love how your beautiful Brushos background peeks thru your beautiful die cut butterflies. Wonderful CAS design, Christine. TFS Hugs..

  2. So very pretty and great inspiration, thank you x

  3. this is lovely and so elegant looking mf....beautiful cas design.
    xx Karen

  4. Gorgeous mix of colours for the background, Christine. Love the intricate cut butterflies to let the colour show through. xx

  5. So pretty, clean, and dynamic, Christine! Using the die-cut negative space as a window is a great idea - beautiful colors peeking through. Hideko

  6. What beautiful colors and pattern peeking through these pretty butterflies, my friend!

  7. I love this card Christine, the colour that you've used on the paper behind the butterflies is gorgeous.

    Sue xx

  8. Gorgeous! Amazing colours with the Brushos. Fun textures with the cling wrap. Love that die...I was on the fence, but may have to add it to my wish list...or borrow from you. 😉😂😂

  9. These butterflies are beautiful Christine and the background showing through them looks wonderful. x

  10. What a beautiful, negative die! The colors behind it make me want to see more of the entire panel. What deep, rich colors you achieved with Brushos.

  11. Beautiful background and wonderfully detailed butterflies die-cut, Christine. Makes me want to see more of that lovely brushos creation.