Week 109: JAVA

Tuesday, August 19, 2014


Time to kick start your brilliant CAS minds this week with a little shot of espresso!  Are you a coffee drinker or do you just like the aroma of the stuff?  Of course, if you're computer savvy, this word may just take you down an entirely different road than the one filled with coffee beans!

We have one of our wonderful sponsors returning this week!  Precious Remembrance is joining us and is giving away this fantastic set to our winner:

Coffee Love Stamp Set 

On top of that, they have a new release about to happen over in the store this week, so you'll want to bop over tomorrow to check it out!  In the meantime, you can follow along on their blog!

Ready to see what he design team and this week's guest designer has created to inspire you?!  Let's take a look!

Guest Designer:  Kate
 design defined:
One main picture keeps your card very CAS.


Tracey
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design defined:
Use paper piecing to add big impact to small images.


Ardyth
design defined:
Use multiple elements including colour (espresso, cream, latte), image and sentiment to communicate the theme of your CAS card.


Gillian
design defined:
Use a tag to mount a small stamp to create a bigger impact.


Jen
design defined:
A small pop of colour can have a big impact on a CAS card.


Joyce
design defined:
Use texture to add interest to your white space.


Judy
design defined:
Small stamps can be effective when stamped repeatedly on a CAS card.


Kimberly
design defined:
Adding Glossy Accents to a one layer card gives dimension.


May
design defined:
You can use watercolors on CAS cards in small doses. 


design defined:
Shaker cards work on CAS cards!


Melissa
design defined:
Tilting your main image and sentiment adds interest on a CAS design.  


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. Such sweet cards, ladies!!! <3

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  2. LOVE all the JAVA inspired creations! Thanks for a fun challenge.

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  3. Why yes, I do love this challenge...awesome Java inspiration by the Design Team!

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