Week 215: BARK

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

 

Time to em-bark on a new cue word journey!  Whether an animal or nature lover, this one should be fun to brainstorm for!

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!)

We have a brand new sponsor joining us this week!  Please welcome Darkroom Door!


Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/darkroom_door


Darkroom Door specialises in fine art rubber stamps and craft supplies suitable for mixed media, art journaling, card making, scrapbooking and altered art. As the name suggests, Darkroom Door products have a strong photographic element in their design.

Products include: Rubber Stamps, Collage Stamps, Frame Stamps, Photo Stamps, Background Stamps, Word Block Stamps, Eclectic Stamps, Quote Stamps and Texture Stamps, along with a wide range of accessories for crafters to use in their own creations.  All Darkroom Door products are manufactured in Australia.

Darkroom Door also has an amazing art studio where you can attend classes taught by fabulous teachers!

Check out the gallery on their website to see some amazing creations and ideas on how to use Darkroom Door products!

For more information visit: www.darkroomdoor.com


This week's winner will receive a stamp set of their choice from the online store!

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

Guest Designer:  Sarah
 design defined:
Keeping the focal point to one half of the card leaves open white space.


Ardyth
design defined:
Subtle shading adds interest without clutter!


Deidre
design defined:
Give your focal point a textured "landing pad" to ground your image and add interest.


Hannelie
dachshund woof you card
design defined:
Remember the visual triangle to create a balanced design.


Hazel
 design defined:
'White space' doesn't have to be white.




Jacquie
design defined:
White space doesn't have to be white.


Jen

 design defined:
Popped up images add dimension and interest while maintaining white space.



Joyce
design defined:
Paper piecing is a good way to use small amounts of patterned paper.


Judy
design defined: 
Layering white panels maintains "white space."


Kymona
design defined:
Basic coloring and using the bottom portion of your card keeps it CAS! 



Melissa
 design defined:
Monochromatic color schemes work well in CAS design!

Sherrie
design defined: 
Dry embossed background add interest without sacrificing "white" space. 


Tracey
  design defined:
A large border is a great way to add 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)!



6 comments:

  1. Such a fun challenge! Love the inspiration makes you've all made! ♥

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  2. fun inspiration and clever cue word x

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  3. Oh dear, I totally forgot about limited layers etc... haha! please feel free to take my card out of your lineup. Sigh! I got carried away.

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  4. Whoa!! What a cool take on Bark by DTs!! Love them all!! :)
    Suchi xx

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  5. COOL CAS cards!!!
    ... I'm INSPIRED and look forward to get my creative bark on :)

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