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Monday, July 7, 2014

Stampin' Up! Australia - Color Coach Card #61 - Stampin' Up! Work of Art

Coastal Cabana #1


Addicted to CAS have a cool theme word at the moment - Sky!

I was messing around on some scrap paper with these color coach suggestions of Coastal Cabana, Crushed Curry and Pumpkin Pie and thought that they looked like a tropical sunset over the sea.

I decided to use the stamps from the "Work of Art" stamp set like the paint brushes they resemble and painted this landscape using stamps only......pretty cool huh! I used a lot of partial stamp inking and stamping off....SO FUN!

I was SO happy with the result. 

I haven't put a sentiment on the card as I like the landscape the way it is and thought a sentiment would clutter the card too much. 

I think it would make a lovely sympathy card or even a thank you card. 

Hope you like my card! Can you believe this was done with just one stamp set! Work of Art is so versatile I tell ya! :)

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Alison x

Materials used:
Stamp - Work of Art
Cardstock - Whisper White
Ink - Coastal Cabana, Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie
Tools - Stampin' Trimmer, SNAIL


  1. This is stunning! A perfect CAS card - and the reflection is so well done.

  2. Hi there, thanks so much for joining us this time ATCAS with this fabulous card. I love this card beautifully CAS and reminds me so much of the sunsets we have here in Greece. You should frame it its so pretty.


  3. beautiful card - love the colours, and the scene. Gorgeous!

  4. A beautiful CAS work of art - love the colours and the sun's reflection in the sea.
    Thank you so much for sharing your card with us at ATCAS - do pop by again!
    Sylvia x

  5. A great card. I love the paint brush strokes. I agree the card does not always need a sentiment on the front.

  6. Gorgeous CAS card, love these colours and the way you've created the reflection, so effective, Cathy x

  7. Lovely card. How did you do it exactly, please.


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