Week 101: WOOD

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Wow!  100 entries for our 100th challenge!  How's that for a happy coincidence?!  Thank you to all of you who helped us celebrate our 100th challenge!  Most of all, thank you for 100 great challenge weeks!  We couldn't have done it without you!

Are you ready to move on to the next 100 challenges?  Here's your next cue word:


This one will likely have you thinking of lots of different things, given just how many things in this life are made of wood!  It will be interesting to see how your creative minds work!

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Now we're ready to take a peek at what the design team came up with using this week's cue word!

design defined:
Textured card stock and buttons are a great way to add texture to a CAS card.


Jen
design defined:  
Colour one image for more impact and less clutter.


Joyce
design defined:  
Minimal images, colors and embellishments keeps the card CAS.


Judy
design defined:
One main image should take center stage on a CAS card.

 
Kimberly
design defined:
Embossing adds interest without additional bulk.


May
 design defined:
Repeated stamping creates great movement to a CAS one-layer card. 


 Meghan
design defined:  
White space is the cornerstone of a good clean and simple card!

Melissa
design defined:
A monochromatic color scheme can help balance a CAS design.


Tracey
design defined:
Let your sentiment take centre stage in CAS design.


Ardyth
design defined:
CASify a card by limiting colour and removing layers and embellishments. 


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





4 comments:

  1. Great cue this week but I struggled :D Your cards are clever ladies and thank you for the inspiration again :D Gay x

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    1. p.s I had to Google s'mores never heard of them before! They sound absolutely yummy :D

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  2. Another good cue word with lots of possibilities ~ As always fantastic cards by the design team!

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