Week 207: ROUGH

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

 

It's time for a new cue word!  Your week's going to take a rough turn with the help of CASology!  Don't worry, you'll survive!  Promise!

As always, remember the following CAS guidelines when creating your design:

  1. One main image
  2. Lots of open space, uncluttered
  3. Limited layers & embellishments
  4. Quick & easy to recreate (Note: It may take a while to create a design you like, but once you have that design, making more should be a piece of cake!)


STAMPlorations is returning as our wonderful sponsor and is offering this week's winner their choice of either a $10 gift certificate to the online store OR 2 ARTplorations stencils!  Remember, during the weeks STAMPlorations is sponsoring us, you can refresh your craft stash with the help of the 10% off discount code, CASOLOGY!

Did you know that STAMPlorations now has their own line of dies, CUTplorations?!  You have to go see them in the online store!  Both stand alone and coordinating dies are available!  Also, have you played along in their never-ending Anything Goes Challenge lately?  For every 50 cards linked up, a winner is chosen for a $10 gift certificate to the online store!

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

Guest Designer:  Anna
design defined:
White space does not have to be white.


Ardyth
design defined:
A neutral colour scheme helps keep your design CAS! 
Deidre
design defined:
No line coloring makes for a great CAS card!


Hannelie
design defined: 
Embellish sparingly to add interest to your CAS design


Hazel
design defined:
Dry-embossing part of your card can add a touch of fun to a CAS design. 
Jacquie
design defined: 
Confining your design to one-third of the card front helps keep it CAS.


Jen
 design defined:
A little bit of patterned paper goes a long way on a CAS design.


Joyce

design defined:
A centered focal point in the upper third of the card is a classic CAS design. 
Judy
design defined: 
Using part of a stencil can keep your design CAS.


Kymona
design defined: 
Using an embellishment as your focal point can keep your card CAS!


Melissa
 design defined:
Tilt your main image and sentiment to create interest.


Sherrie 
design defined:
Embellishments can be CAS in odd numbers and in a visual triangle. 


Tracey
design defined:
Stitching can add interest to your design without distraction.


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




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