Week 98: SHINE

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

 

Polish up those CAS skills of yours and show us what you've got!  This is your week to shine, literally or not!

Before you get started, take a look at what this week's guest designer and the design team members created for inspiration!  Then, be sure and visit their blogs for extra tips on CAS design!

Guest Designer:  Gay
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Gather all you want to convey and then simplify and simplify again.  When it is totally pared down, only then can you play with the elements that are left!


Melissa
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Clean lines definitely help when creating a CAS design.


Tracey
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 Adding cardstock that picks up a colour from the focal image can add interest.


Ardyth
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When using eye-catching supplies like mirror card, keep it small to preserve a clean feeling!


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Glossy accents is a great way to add dimension and texture to a card


 Jen
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A spritz of mist adds interest and dimension to a one layer card.


 Joyce
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Keep your stamped and die cut elements to 1/3 of the card.

Judy
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You can pair die cuts with stamps for a clean and simple design. 
 


Kimberly
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 White space does not need to be white!


May
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Generation stamping adds great dimension to one layer card. 
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Shaker cards can be clean and simple, too! 


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)!




5 comments:

  1. All beautiful "shine-ing" inspirations, my friends but, MAY!!!! That is just the very coolest card I've seen in ages =]

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  2. I'm so happy I was able to play along! Your DT cards are all incredibly clever and beautiful and SHINE! Hugs, Darnell

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  3. I love the different interpretations of the cue word each week - gorgeous! Vicky x

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  4. Thanks for the challenge and those wonderful examples by the DT!

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