Saturday, February 6, 2016

Are You Playing?


There is still time to play along with the current challenge at CASology! You have until Monday at NOON (CST) to submit your creation and we'd love to have you join us!

Friday, February 5, 2016

Friday Feature: Rahmat's Craft Space!


Welcome back to another Friday Feature!  Rahmat is back one last time to share her craft space with us!  We all love seeing where each other creates and you're going to love a tour of Rahmat's space!  Here's a little sneak peek and then you'll want to head on over to her blog for more photos and details!

Her Desk
Her View

Thanks, Rahmat, for sharing the last few weeks!  We've enjoyed getting to know you better and seeing where you create!

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Week 183: GLITTER

 

Time to put your sparkle on this week!  A little glitter cheers most anyone up, doesn't it?  What is it about glitter that attracts even the youngest of children?  I'm not so sure any of us ever outgrows the love for the stuff!


DeNami Design is returning to sponsor us and is giving away the Panda Pals set to this week's winner!  Is this not the cutest?!


Also, you can take 10% off your purchases over in the online store using code CAS2016 (valid until Sunday, February 14)!

Let's take a look at what the design team and this week's guest designer created for inspiration!

Guest Designer:  Sarah
design defined:
A few touches of colour pop against the white space of a CAS design. 


Ardyth
design defined:
A monochrome colour scheme keeps things CAS! 


Deidre
 design defined:
Silver can play off gray to mimic neutral tones for a CAS card.


Hannelie
Glitter heart card
design defined: 
Small details in your design can strengthen the message of your card. 


Hazel
design defined:
Confining a detailed image to a small area can keep things CAS. 


Jacquie
design defined: 
Layered die cuts and glitter in small amounts can work in a CAS design. 


Jen
design defined:
A pop of colour against neutrals works well for CAS designs. 


Joyce
design defined:
Diagonal lines add interest to a CAS design.


Judy
design defined:
Paper can be your primary source of color on CAS cards.


 Kymona
XOXO
design defined:
Texture can be part of the white space on a CAS design.


Melissa

 design defined:
A little watercolor can effectively frame your sentiment. 


Sherrie
design defined:
Using glitter tone on tone keeps your card CAS. 


Tracey
design defined:
A few well placed sequins can add interest to a CAS design. 


Go have fun creating your CAS design and don't forget to link up here on the challenge blog by Monday at NOON (CST)!