I’m sharing one of my favourite styles of CAS card today, using the new Bunny Hill stamp set.

I love using the white space on a card to create a scene. With a pop of colour and some other elements, the negative space becomes its own part of the scene.

On a white card base, I added masking tape in a diagonal line. I then used some blending brushes to add my distress oxide inks. You only need 4 colours to create a rainbow – abandoned coral, squeezed lemonade, tumbled glass and shaded lilac. The rest of the rainbow is created by overlapping the colours to get the blends in-between.

I kept the masking tape on whilst I stamped some trees from the Bunny Hill stamp set with Versafine Onyx Black ink. A pigment ink is best when stamping over distress oxides.

Carefully removing the masking tape reveals a sharp edge to the blended sky, giving the look of the ski slope. I stamped a sentiment from the Bunny Hill stamp set too.

I stamped the lovely tiger from the Bunny Hill stamp set, colouring with copic markers and die cutting with the coordinating die.

I used a circle die from my stash to add stitching lines as a focal point, then added the tiger to the card to finish. I used some plain die cuts behind the image for dimension, which I find easier than using foam tape.

Have a lovely day,
Gemma