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Monday, April 19, 2021

{Sticker Monday} CAS Kraft Cards by Helen


Happy Monday, STAMPlorations friends! It's time for another Sticker Monday post and we have STAMPgirl 
Helen Gullett sharing cards featuring our clear stickers. Make sure you comment on this post for a chance at a $15 prize code. Every month, we draw 7 winners, with the winners randomly drawn from all posts published during the month. The more posts you comment on, the more chances you have.


Hello hello hello crafty friends... Helen is here. Today is my turn again to share my projects for the Sticker Monday.

For today's post, I made these three CAS cards that are pretty simple and quick to make for your all inspirational and encouragement card stash.

On these cards, I use the Inspirational #5 Clear StickersWatercolor ATC Journaling CardsBloomfully - Faith Stamp SetBlossom Sprays #1 Stamp Set, and Blossom Sprays #3 Stamp Set.



I use kraft cardstocks to make all the card bases which give the neutral CAS effect on them.

I picked 3 of the Watercolor ATC Journaling Cards as the background mat on each of the card. I added them on the card base with the permanent adhesive runner tape.



I added two of the sentiment stickers from the Inspirational #5 Clear Stickers directly on top of each of the ATC cards. But the other sentiment, I added on a piece of kraft cardstock, and then I trimmed it into a sentiment label.



For the flowers, I went with simple black and white style. I stamped each of the flower clusters on a white cardstock with Nocturne VersaFine Clair pigment ink pad using my Mini MISTI.  After I dried the stamped images with craft heater, I fussy cut each of them with micro-tip scissors. For me, fussy cutting is kindda relaxing.

I added two of the flower cluster images on top of the card with 3D foam tape. The other flower cluster image I added it directly on top of the card with permanent adhesive runner tape and then I added the sentiment label on top of the card with 3D foam tape.

I used some pearl gems to embellish the cards. Those are the card set I made today and I hope you can have some ideas how to use the STAMPlorations Clear Stickers

Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a fabulous day!

21 comments:

  1. I like how you kept the floral images black and white. Great CAS cards.

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  2. Your cards are so effective, I love the neutral look

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  3. Pretty cards! I love the floral designs! Nice variety of sentiment stickers!

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  4. Beautiful cards Helen! I love the formula of craft, journal card, sticker and sentiment.

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  5. Beautiful sentiments! Love the kraft paper!

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  6. LOVE these cards! The black and white on kraft really pops. Thanks for the inspiration. :D

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  7. Love this set of CAS cards using stickers and kraft.

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  8. Beautiful cards, love them with the kraft cardstock.

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  9. These cards just show that simple can be better!

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  10. Fabulous carfs, like that you used kraft cardstock!

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  11. I love inspiration where there is no coloring (since I'm not very good at it! lol) and just adore these. They are very elegant.

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  12. What pretty flowers. I like the simple look of these.

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  13. Stickers are not something I use often, but I love how easy and fun these are.

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  14. I love these cards! Kraft cardstock is my favorite and the stickers work so well with it.

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  15. Great beauty in simplicity. Like how it's all put together.

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  16. These are elegant in a folk art kind of way, with the subtle neutral colors.

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  17. I am going to have to give stickers a try. These cards look great!

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