Week 112: THREE

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

 

Three's usually a crowd, but not when it comes to clean and simple design!  We're going to find out what this number makes you think of!  Interpret away!

Before we take a look at the design team and guest designer inspiration, we want to welcome back one of our sponsors!  Previously known as My Creative Classroom, Craft Classes Online is joining us this week and offering our winner a free seat to a Workshop class valued at $25 or less!  Since they've changed their name, we thought you might like a little update about them!


Craft Classes Online (CCO) brings multiple Creative Arts Instructors together on one site to provide students with the best choice in online craft workshops. Classes are advertised on the CCO website, but are paid for and held on individual instructor's blog/website. This enable instructors to have more freedom and flexibility in their independent businesses. 

Our instructors offer online workshops that are engaging, affordable, and time-saving. Students from across the globe can learn any number of techniques and creative projects from the comfort of their own home and on their schedule.

We will relaunch our blog, My Creative Life 2014, on September 15, 2014, where we issue challenges to help us use all of our craft supplies during the year.

We are excited to be sponsoring CASology Blog. You can view our class list on our website at www.CraftClassesOnline.com. We are bringing in more instructors throughout the fall, so check back often. Sign up for our newsletter. Visit us on our Facebook page, too!

Now let's go ahead and see what the design team and this week's guest designer have created to inspire you!

Guest Designer:  Diana
 design defined:
Trim down more intricate dies for a cleaner look.


Jen
design defined:
Uncoloured line images keep designs from being too busy.


Joyce
  design defined:
Use the rule of 3's for a pleasing design.


Judy
design defined:
Adding shadows around flat images can add depth to a one-layer card.


 Kimberly
design defined:
Sponging inks on your die cut images adds interest on a CAS card.
 

  May
design defined:
Create your own focal point using clay on a CAS card. 


 Meghan 
design defined: 
Tilting your main element is a fun twist for a clean and simple card.


Melissa
  design defined:
Small amounts of patterned paper can add interest to a CAS design.


Tracey
design defined:
Inlaid die cuts are a great way to add interest without adding layers.


 Ardyth
design defined:
Keep glitter under control by using double-sided tape!


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)!

 

7 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for having me as a guest designer!

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  2. Now I've got three blind mice as an earworm lol. I have stamps for that : D

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  3. Yay, I made it work! It's been too long! Your cards are all fun and fabulous!! Great challenge cue! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. Great challenge and great cards from the DT!

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  5. Less is more :) and that's what is difficult! Loved the challenge

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