Week 191: WASHI

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

 

With a word like this, we're pretty sure you won't get stuck trying to come up with ideas.  Grab that tape and start creating!  However, it's quite possible you won't use any tape at all if you find this word takes you down another creative road!

Take a look at what the design team created this week to inspire you!

design defined:
Bright colours in small doses are perfect for CAS design!


Deidre
design defined:
Don't be afraid to make your "white space" not so white. Dark card bases
make for excellent contrast in a CAS design!


Hannelie
Washi tape ideas for cards
design defined: 
Use washi tape to fill negative space.


Hazel
design defined:
Washi tape is great for accentuating negative space.


Jacquie
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Washi tape is perfect for camouflaging a die cut.


Jen

design defined:
A small amount of a busy design is kept CAS by plenty of white space.


Joyce
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Cluster all your elements in a corner to maximize white space.


Judy
design defined:
Coordinating colors in small amounts can provide a nice background to a simple sentiment.


Kymona
design defined:
Centering your image creates a CAS card.


Melissa
 design defined:
Containing design elements within a frame helps to keep things CAS. 


design defined:
Scoring adds interest while preserving white space. 



design defined:
Washi tape is the perfect design element to support a sentiment.


Go have fun creating your CAS design and don't forget to link up here on the challenge blog by Monday at NOON (CDT)!



4 comments:

  1. Just brilliant inspirations from the DT! Thanks for this awesome challenge.

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  2. Lovely DT inspirations on CAS definitions! Have entered my link http://krafttime.blogspot.in/2016/03/casology-washi-in-laid-die-cutting.html to the challenge!!!

    Love
    Uma

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  3. Amazing inspiration by the DT. Will have to check my modest collection of washi to see if I can come up with something today.

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