Week 197: TEAR

Tuesday, May 10, 2016



 

The English language is an interesting one.  Take this week's cue word, for instance.  How do you read it?  You could say it two different ways and get two entirely different meanings!  We're not going to define it for you, so it's completely open to your own interpretation!

Right at Home

Right at Home is joining us as a brand new sponsor this week!  We're so excited to have them joining us!  Please give them a warm welcome either here or on their blog!

Hi there! I'm Nicole from Right at Home Shop. I'm currently in my first year of business online and have been working hard to bring the best crafting products to the homes of my awesome customers. Recently, I've created my own product line of stamps and dies and the process has been the most fulfilling creative project I've ever done. Honestly, it's a dream come true to not only design my own products but to also have talented crafters like you love them has been more than this girl can handle. I'm so excited to be sponsoring this week...nice to meet you, everyone!

This week's winner will receive a stamp set from the upcoming May Release which is scheduled for May 18!  Be sure and check out all the details on the Right at Home blog!

Let's take a look at what the design team and this week's guest designer created for inspiration!

Guest Designer:  Marilyn
 design defined:
'White Space' can be found using colored cardstock & short-worded sentiments help make a card CAS.


Ardyth
design defined:
Let your sentiment stand alone as your CAS design.


Deidre
design defined:
Black and white make a classic CAS card.


Hannelie
Totally Cool CAS card
design defined:
White space places the focus where it belongs!


Hazel
design defined:
A little paper piecing goes a long way on a CAS card.



Jacquie
design defined:
A simple geometric pattern works well in CAS designs.


Jen
design defined:
White space doesn't have to be white!


Joyce
design defined:
Try stamping on colored card stock.


Judy
design defined:
Allow your sentiment to overlap your main image in a CAS design.


Kymona
design defined:
A simple cut keeps your card CAS!


Sherrie
design defined: 
Using a single color and lots of white space = CAS

Tracey
design defined:
Stamping off the panel creates movement and allow for more white space.


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. Interesting prompt and absolutely stunning, and sometimes fun, interpretations by the DT.

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  2. So many different interpretations of the word cute this week.... Super fabulous inspiration projects from the team, too. Thank You!

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  3. Thank you for the opportunity to GD ... this is a fun challenge.

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