Week 221: CURE

Tuesday, October 25, 2016


Looking for a cure for fading creative mojo this week?  You have come to the right place!  The gallery might contain a cure for most anything and we can't wait to see what everyone creates!

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're welcoming Birch Press Design as our brand new sponsor this week and you're going to love what you see on their website!

Our talented team has been designing products in the paper industry since 1994 and is constantly inspired by the beautiful outdoors. We are based in Seattle, Washington - home to some of the most gorgeous forests and beaches in the world - and with nature as a guide, we create and gather the beautiful items you see in our online store. 
 
It is our mission to provide delightful things that inspire others as well. We are passionate about celebrating the seasons and holiday traditions of the world and hope you enjoy our collections.

They are offering a generous $20 gift certificate to their online store to this week's winner!

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

Guest Designer:  Petra
 design defined:
To give some depth to a CAS design, layer white on white.


Ardyth
design defined:
White-on-white preserves clear space and adds interest!


Deidre
design defined:
Odd numbers are a CAS design thumbs up!



Hannelie
tissue box popup card
design defined: 
Take the fun to the inside of your card and keep the outside CAS !


Hazel
 design defined:
Quirky can add fun to a CAS card!


Jacquie
design defined: 
Subtle inking can reinforce the focal point without losing white space. 


Jen
 design defined:
One image and one sentiment keep things totally CAS! 


Joyce
design defined:
Call attention to your die cuts by building them up with a colored layer.


Judy
design defined: 
A strip of tape down the side of an otherwise one-layer card 
can add color and interest! 
Kymona
design defined:
Using a sentiment die cut is all you need to keep your card CAS!


Melissa

 design defined:
Black & white with a little pop of color works well on a CAS design.


Sherrie

design defined: 
One color + Repetition = CAS


Tracey
design defined:
Foam tape is an excellent way to achieve dimension on a CAS card.


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



2 comments:

  1. Beautiful DT cards! Thanks for a fun challenge.

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