Monday, March 26, 2018

Cactus Collection

Hello and welcome!!

Today I'm sharing a card I made to play along at AAA Cards Challenge #111 -Use Only One Third-

For this fun challenge I've chosen some cute cacti to be the protagonists of my card.
First, I stamped the flowers and masked them. Then I stamped all the cacti in different shades of green. As a final touch a glued two tiny pearls to the flowers.

Here's my card...

A close-up...

Hope you can join the challenge too!

Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day!

Supplies used:
Cardstock: Neenah Solar White 110 lb.
Stamps: Build your own Cactus (Momenta) / Sentiment (Stampabilities)
Ink pads: Ranger Dye Ink (Lily Pad, Electric Lime, Classic Cherry, Cheese Puff, Lemon Twist) / Memento ( Bamboo Leaves, Pear Tart ) / Archival Ink (Leaf Green, Garden Patina, Jet Black)


  1. I love cacti, so your card caught my attention immediately. Those ink colors are fabulous too.

  2. Your inking is amazing, and I love how it is just a "happy" card. Your recipient won't be able to help but smile. :-)

  3. Lovely bright and fun card. Loving your row of pretty cacti. Thanks for playing along with the AAA Cards Challenge.

    1. Thank you Jane! I had so much fun making this card for the challenge.

  4. What a colourful and cheery card! Love the neon pops of colour! Thanks for playing along with us at AAA Cards!

  5. What a great card! I love the bright colors.

  6. Perfect CAS card, Raquel! The colours are great too, I thought you have used coloured paper and die cutting before I read your post. Thank you so much for sharing your card with us at AAA Cards Challenge. - Sweet Kobylkin
    Click through to learn now the best stamping technique for colouring with pencils on coloured cardstock.

    1. Hello Ksenija, thank you so much for your sweet comment. I'm going to check the link you're sharing. Hugs, Raquel!!!

  7. WOW! I love that cactus collection! Perfect for our 1/3 challenge! Thanks for joining AAA Cards! Hugs Åsa


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