Hexagonal CAS



Hi all,
Today I am sharing an extremely simple card that I created using very few basic supplies. Here is the card first!

I took a card base and masked off some portions to create three spaces where I was going to do my embellishment. I distrssed the spaces with spiced marmalade, peacock feathers and picked raspberry DIs.
Then i stamped some hexagons using my custom made handcarved stamps out of erasers. [This is such a theraupeutic hobby for me recently.]

After the stamping I added the sentiment and a couple of dots here and there using crayons.

View my other cards created with handmade erasers stamps.
Zigzag and stripes stamps Card



Linking to the below:

Simply Less Is More  :Use Geometrical Shapes

Used hexagonal stamps and rectangular spaces.

The Paper Players Color Challenges





Retrosketches #210





Have fun guys! Let me know what you think in the comments below!
Love
Uma

Comments

  1. I really like how you've done this Uma! The irregular layout and bright colours look great. I'm so impressed that you carve your own stamps!

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    1. Thanks a ton for dropping by and giving continuous support....

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  2. Both are wonderfully CAS and your hand carved stamps are so effective - just fab! Thank you for joining us at Less is More :)

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  3. Fab cards Uma. I just adore the fun and funky layout on the first one.
    Thanks for joining us at Less is More.
    Sharon xx

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  4. How clever to make your own stamps Uma - two super cards!
    Thanks so much for taking part
    Anne
    "Less is More"

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  5. It looks like you had great fun creating these two fun cards!
    Thanks so much for joining us.
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  6. Great card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Retro Sketches!

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  7. Such a great CAS card and I love that you created your own stamps! So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week.
    Jaydee

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  8. How clever and unique! Awesome CAS card. Thanks for sharing at The Paper Players!

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Uma Iyer

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