Oh that Donna Mikasa ... she really knows what ticks my boxes!
Take a peek at CTS391:
Imagine the possibilities, then come play along, won't you? My little card started with just two inks, a new to me PTI Fall Florals set.
And ended in this glorious CAS goodness, complete with my favorite Dotted Swirls! [which has been in stock, and out again, quicker than I could type these words!]
Don't adjust your screens, this card was made using Bristol card, which isn't quite as white... I'm okay with that as long as it all matches!
So. Where did your imagination take you? We can't wait to see! Let's run by CTS to see all the goodness from my teammates...
I LOVE this, Michele! You have inspired me to go make a card. Right now... Thanks for the inspiration!
You really know what to do with those ticked boxes...this one is fantastic. CAS perfection.
Wow, love this CAS beauty. And, how fun that your sentiment is grey and not black. I think it gives an extra softness to your card.
Love it, you are definitely on a creative roll these last few days xx
If anyone makes me wish I thought in clean and simple, it's you. Every single time I come here, I just get lost in the zen of clean lines and impactful texture. You are so talented.
Donna is amazing isn't she. Her Inspired By cups card last week blew my mind!!
Your version of her sketch is beautifully minimalist. The dotted swirls give just enough detail on your rectangles and the sentiment fits the space left by that little flower so, so perfectly! Vicky x
CAS and absolutely BEAUTIFUL Michele! Glad you're getting some mileage out of your "new to you" stamp set...it's just lovely in all it's simplicity! And you know I'm loving your swirlies!! I have one panel left and am hoarding it for just the right card and time!! Haha!! Hugs. :0)
I love every perfect little thing about this card!! BTW, those dotted swirls were in stock long enough to come to my house ~ yippee!!
So elegant and CAS perfection Michele x.
So pretty, Michele. That touch of color with the fab white panels looks great.
Golly, this is beautiful, Michele. I love its simplicity and the bit of texture that die creates. You create magic with the pieces and parts. Thank you for sharing.
So beautifully clean and simple - yet so many gorgeous details! LOVE it!
I adore white on white and this is perfect! Are you receiving royalties or commissions on the sale of that background die? If not, you should be. LOL!
Beautiful. Elegant. So you, Michele.
Your Dox photo with the leaf is so perfectly put together. Love this beautiful design.
Gorgeous CAS card, Michele! I love how you created 2 panels with this fabulous colver die and your sweet little bloom is just perfect!
I had my 'dotted swirls' out swirling the other day, love love how you have used it here Michele!
Don't know that this could get any more perfect, Michele ... what a beauty! Hugs, Anita :)
Wow! You did it again... Stunning CAS card!!
Oh those swirls.....simply beautiful! And yes she is terrific with her sketches!
Amazing as always, Michele! I do love that cp too
This is such a perfect CAS card design and you have used that swirling coverplate perfectly! You and Donna make the perfect match!
Hugs - Rachelle : )
What a gorgeous take on that sweet sketch, Jo x
This is so clean, simple, and sophisticated, Michele! Love it! The dotted swirls adds just the right amount of interest in texture, and so does the little buttonbush in color.
What a great take on the sketch Michele! But then, am I surprised by that??? Heck no! You always knock it out the ball park! I love your stitched embossed panels, give so much movement and texture. Love your little flower, only to me it looks like a blueberry/huckleberry. lol You can see where my mind goes, right to food! Love your dark gray sentiment, it is just bold enough. Hugs, Brenda
Oh so beautifully clean and CAS, yet so perfectly detailed!
This is fabulous Michele, so delicate and fresh looking!
Michele, this card is absolutely gorgeous. I melt when I look at it. I'd like to incorporate it into a Christmas card somehow. Are you willing to share what dimensions your two panels are? Thanks for your help.
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