Week 107: STRIPE

Tuesday, August 5, 2014


Pin stripes.  Stars & stripes.  Jail stripes.  What kind of stripes do you think of if given the chance?  Maybe this week's cue word doesn't make you think of stripes at all, but something else entirely!  Whatever the case, we want to see how you are inspired by this word!  Sherrie, one of our guest designers this week, suggested this word back when we were celebrating our 100th challenge, so you have her to thank for this particular challenge!

Take a look at what the design team and our guest designers were inspired to make after they saw this word!

Guest Designer:  Sherrie
 design defined:
Using a monochromatic color scheme to create a background keeps it CAS.


Guest Designer:  Kate
  design defined:
Use small amounts of patterns to add interest while keeping things simple.


Meghan 
design defined:
You can use ribbon and patterned work on CAS cards in small doses.


Melissa
  design defined:
 Clean lines are a staple of CAS design.


Tracey
design defined:
Stamp your sentiment on white and put in on top of patterned paper.


Ardyth
design defined:
A soft neutral colour scheme always feels clean!


Gillian
design defined:
Dig out those border stamps and let them take center stage.


Jen
design defined:
White on white die cuts add interest while keeping a CAS feel.


Joyce
design defined:
Add subtle texture to white space by using dry embossing.


Judy
design defined:
Fine details in patterned paper work well in larger dies on a CAS card.


Kimberly
design defined:
Sentiments can be the main design on a CAS card.


May
design defined:
Use some sticky notes to shape your focal image on a CAS one layer card.


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)!



3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the super fun challenge! LOVE all the inspiration from the DT! :) HUGS! Mynn xx

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