Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Tissue Paper and Wildflowers for CAS Mix Up

Hello there.

I have a super easy card to share today.



I used a super simple technique.

I tore some tissue paper and crumpled it up in my hands.

After straightening it out some and tearing a piece off,
I placed a frame cut from Glimmer Paper over it.

Then I added a die cut sent to me by my dear friend Nancy.

I added a sentiment stamped and heat embossed in white on a black snippet.

Couldn't be easier.

My mixed media are tissue paper, stamping, heat embossing and die cuts.

There are several different techniques using tissue paper and you
can find how to videos at CAS Mix Up.

It's a really fun technique and a good way to use that crinkled tissue paper!

Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.

Enjoy!




Card Recipe
Stamps:  Thinking of You (Alt)
Ink:   Whisper White (SU)
Paper:   Neena (110 lb.), Tissue Paper ($ store), Basic Black, Black Glimmer (SU)
Other:  Rectangle dies (Splbndr), Wildflower Dies (TH), White EP (SU)


23 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

Might be simple, but it's fabulous 😊

Betty Keefe said...

very cool idea Bonnie and so stunning and simple!!

Cathy said...

Gorgeous CAS card Bonnie, Cathy x

Loll said...

Simple and elegant, Bonnie. Very classic with the black and white. Love the sparkle frame. And what a gorgeous wildflower die. I need to add that to my list! :) xx

Georgiana said...

Very pretty! Neat way to add tissue paper to create a layered look.

Christine Alexander said...

CAS perfection and so elegant :)

Mac Mable said...

Classy, so effective and love the black on the white with teh added texture. I think far too much and was playing with the tissue paper technique for the past couple of days and believe you me they won't see the light of day....You do CAS to perfection, not easy but you make it look so x

JosieD said...

Striking and classy card. Love the black glimmer touch and the way you placed the sentiment.

Karen D. said...

so pretty Bonnie..love how the black frame pulls in the eye and ties it all together.
xx Karen

Maria Rodriguez. said...

Oh Bonnie, this is another stunning example of this wonderful new (to me) technique, love the striking contrast of the black flowers against the crinkled tissue paper, the frame just finish it off perfectly.
Off to pinning.
Hugs,
Maria Rodriguez.

JoAnn said...

Pretty and classy. Love the black glitter frame and the technique with the tissue paper.

Susan said...

So elegant and sophisticated in the black and white! Love the crumpled tissue paper and the sparkly frame!

nancy littrell said...

I love your black and white color combo with your torn and crumpled tissue paper background, Bonnie. A wonderful CAS design with a fun and easy tissue paper technique. Your die cut wild flowers look wonderful with the pretty sparkly frame too. TFS my friend and for the shout out! Hugs...

Daffodil Cards said...

A VERY elegant card Bonnie, love the black and white, great idea of the tissue paper.
Faith
x

Sandy said...

Stunning - what a wonderful idea!!
Sandy xx

Barb said...

Well it may be a simple technique but it's certainly a very impressive card. Great design work. Barbxx

pam said...

Looks beautiful Bonnie, what a fabulous idea using tissue as a texture for your background, think even I could do this lol.
Love the colours and beautiful flower die.
hugs Pam x

Nancy Stislow said...

Bonnie, this has such an elegant and tailored look to it in the classic black and white! Love the use of the tissue paper. How cool it looks behind that silhouette die cut. Beautiful in composition and execution!

Maxine D said...

What a dramatic card Bonnie, and I do love how you have used the tissue paper - this is stunning!!
Blessings
Maxine

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Just love the delicate wildflowers over the torn tissue, Bonnie!!

Brenda in IN said...

If this isn't the most unique way to use tissue paper on a card. Bonnie, I love this. It is so striking with the black and white and so much texture and interest. Great card!

Bobby said...

Black and white is always to striking, Bonnie, and the tissue papers adds great texture.

Jo Manna said...

Strikingly classic! A black and white tie event, hihihi. Simply executed and simply beautiful Bonnie. Love it xxx