Stamp layering CAS card ~ Sympathy

  For today, I am sharing an easy stamp layering CAS card in a sympathy theme.  I kept this one simple and to the point.

So sorry for your loss.

For support during these times, this card is a simple yet pretty greeting to show that you care.

Helpful tips:
Here are helpful tips on stamp layering CAS card making.  To begin, prepare an A2 size card base in white.  Then, trim or die-cut a card front panel, also in white.  Next, pick two shades of ink for the leaves plus a dark navy blue shade for the large sorry sentiment.  Carefully, stamp one leaf at a time using the lightest shade over the entire stamp.  Then, add the darker shade of ink to the edges only on the same leaf stamp.  Next, stamp the leaf onto the card front.  Then, repeat the process in a different section of the paper to make three leaf patterns as a background.  Also, stamp the large sorry sentiment right over the background leaves using dark ink.  Repeat that same sorry stamping to get a good ink impression.  Note, for all of the stamping, I used the Misti stamp positioning tool.  Finally, adhere all of the layers onto the card base, to finish.

Again, this is a closer look at the card.

See how this card was made.

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