Week 158: PRECIOUS

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

 

You may have figured it out by now...it's all about that precious white space (a.k.a. open space) here at CASology!  So many things come to mind with this word and we're anxiously waiting to see what you think of this week!


Precious Remembrance Shop is returning as our wonderful sponsor!  This week, they welcomed our very own Judy Marino to their design team!  If you haven't checked out their blog, you'll want to because there is some fantastic inspiration that shows up there each week!  This week's winner will receive the newest stamp set, Blossom!

Blossom Stamp Set

Let's take a look at what the design team & our guest designers created to inspire you!


Guest DesignerSandie
  design defined:
A CAS card can be focused on the sentiment keeping lots of white space and adding interest by stamping an image off the corner.


Guest Designer:  Rose
 design defined:
Patterned paper in limited amounts works well on CAS designs.


Ardyth
design defined:
It's easy to stay CAS with white-on-white!


Gillian
design defined:
Sometimes one word says it all.


Hannelie
design defined: 
Keep your design very simple when using embellishments.


Hazel
design defined:
A simple colour palette can keep things CAS.


Jen
design defined:
The rule of three helps keep CAS cards balanced.


Joyce
design defined:
Keep a wide white border around your focal point.


Judy
design defined:
Paper-piecing your main image adds interest to a CAS card.


 Kimberly
 design defined:
When using patterned paper, sometimes a "sprinkling" of color will do!


Kymona
design defined:
Coloring on kraft cardstock brings out the color more and keeps it CAS!


 Melissa
 design defined:
Grouping design elements together preserves white space and keeps the focus on the main image.


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. Thank you for the wonderful DT inspiration. And for the challenge.
    I had so much fun making my card.
    Gr Veerle

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  2. Wuch a brilliant cue card ... and delicious inspiration, thanks! Anita :)

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