Week 60: APPLE

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

 

An apple a day.  If it were only that easy!  Let's help each other get our fill of apples this week!  Soon we'll be visiting the apple orchards, drinking hot apple cider and filling up on warm apple pie!  It's time to dream up some apple creations and share them with each other!  We're betting you'll come up with some wonderful card design recipes!


Cindy Coutts is returning as our sponsor this week with a wonderful prize for this week's winner:  My Favorite Things Die-Namics Dainty Bows and Blue Prints 3!  How's that for a fantastic prize?!

Die-namics Dainty BowsDie-namics Blueprints 3

Now let's see what this week's guest designer and the CASology design team created for inspiration!

Guest Designer:  Sandie
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Adding texture such as heat embossing adds interest and mixing sentiments to play on your image choice can add a fun element to your CAS card.


Ardyth
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Using only stamps, ink and paper is a sure way to keep your card CAS!


Gillian 
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Using a negative die cut can highlight your patterned paper while keeping the rest of your card CAS.


Jen
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Using 6x6 paper packs helps to coordinate colours and keep your design cohesive.


Judy
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Complimentary patterns in small doses can add interest to a CAS card.


Kimberly
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Staying mainly within one third of the card + lots of open space = a CAS card!
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Use patterned paper sparingly on your CAS cards!


Meghan 
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Sometimes it's nice to focus on the simple part of clean and simple.


Melissa
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Don't be afraid to use an uncolored image!  This helps keep things CAS!


Rosemary
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A simple layout is perfect for a clean and simple card.


Tracey
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Create a frame around a smaller design to anchor it to your project.


Now go have fun and don't forget to link up your APPLE creations by Sunday at 4:00 p.m. (CDT)!

4 comments:

  1. Fabulous cards ladies ~ this should have been an easy cue word, but it was not ;).

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  2. I thought I commented here, but seemd I didn't. ..so, just want the DT to know your creations are awesome!

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  3. There are some REALLY adorable apple images out there! Between the amazing DT cards and the gallery, the bright cheerful apples just POP off the page!!

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