Week 160: NUMBER

Tuesday, August 18, 2015


We promise you don't have to be good at math to play along here at CASology this week!  Although, the number three is a favorite of ours, if you haven't noticed.  What does this cue word bring to mind for you?


STAMPlorations is returning as our wonderful sponsor and this week's winner will receive either a $10 gift certificate to the online store OR 2 ARTplorations stencils of their choice!  Remember, during STAMPloration's sponsorship week, you can use code CASOLOGY for 10% off your online order!  Also, you'll want to take some time this week to join in their current blog hop!


Now let's go ahead and take a look at what the design team & our guest designer created to inspire you!

Guest Designer: Marilyn
 design defined:
To be CAS, the "white space" can be a color (as shown by the use of the yellow cardstock).


Ardyth
design defined:
Split up a sentiment to frame your image.
design defined:
Tone on tone keeps large images or text CAS.


Hannelie
design defined: 
B&W is a great choice for a CAS card.


Hazel
design defined:
Place images behind the focal panel to preserve white space.


Jen
design defined:
Pop one element up one foam tape to add dimension to your CAS design.


Joyce
design defined:
Lots of white space--what else can I say?


Judy
design defined:
A simple layer of patterned paper can frame a CAS design.


 Kimberly
 design defined:
Embossing adds texture and interest to a CAS design.


Kymona
design defined:
Centralizing your focal point keeps the card CAS!


 Melissa
 design defined:
Paper piecing can add color & interest to a CAS design. 

Tracey
 design defined:
You can still keep your design CAS with sparkle used in moderation.

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. Once again, I love the wide-ranging inspiration from your word! As for me, I couldn't resist entering because of all the numbers on my card, and it is clean and very, very simple ... BUT, there is not a lot of white space, so feel free to kick me out! Hugs, Darnell

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