Fluttering Hearts CAS cards

Hi everyone

Another quick post today to share some really quick and easy CAS cards that I made using Chocolate Baroque’s new beautiful Fluttering Hearts rubber stamp set.

FloLangleyCASFlutterby 018awmAll the images have been stamped using a multi-colored ink pad.

FloLangleyCASFlutterby 032awmB….and I stamped the sentiments using Archival Ink.

FloLangleyCASFlutterby 041awmThe images are so pretty on their own but I thought I would add a bit of bling.  I’m not really a bling girl but they were in my stash waiting to be used.  I am on a mission this year to use some of my craft stash up!

FloLangleyCASFlutterby 045awm

For the last card I stamped the heart twice and attached the second heart using foam tabs to make it 3D.  I added a bit of color to the background using Brushos but water colors paint or watered down craft paint would work equally as well.

I have also made a little table decoration, using one of the stamps from this set, which I have posted on my craft blog here if you wish to have a look.

Thank you for looking.

Happy Stamping
Florence x


  1. Valerie

    Fabulous set of cards Flo, love the monochrome and I’m particularly drawn to the bird one:) great set of stamps. My inbox is full of your inspiration today, lovely!
    Val x


  2. Monika

    Stunning cards, Flo. Love the bus tones, especially the one with the bird! Thanks for your comment today. Yes, I am moving over to blogger, probably only intermittently post on Monika’s Blog. Will have to send you an email tomorrow. Hugs xxxx


  3. Gerrina

    Those CAS-cards are stunning! Love the design! And all the blues and purples are so the colours I like… The grungy on the last card gives it super dimension; clever! Hope you have a good week, Gerrina



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