CASology #237 – score

It was a head-scratcher of a cue card for CASology 237: This is my take: I don’t remember the last time I only did a few stamps on a card and left it at that. Kudos to those who do it well! The simplicity is growing on me. number stamps – Recollections sentiment stamp –…

CASology 236 – romance

CASology 236 is keeping the love vibes of February going with this week’s cue card: I took things a bit literally because I had a wooden embellishment that fit the bill:I inked the wooden embellishment with some gold. I die cut some hearts around the heart and arrow stamp and placed some gold vellum behind…

CASology 234 – youth

The cue card for CASology 234 is youth: This was a fun one with lots of interpretations. This is what I came up with: I love this Darice embossing folder and was super stoked to get to use it again! I love the cassette tape in the chest of the robot. It reminds me of…

CASology 233 – glisten

GLISTEN is the cue card for CASology 233: I loved this as a cue card. It has so many possibilities!  I wish I had thought of stars, but I went with water: I have been hoarding this DoCrafts paper and use it sparingly. I felt the rain drops would work here. I think it’s so…

CASology 232 – cut

The cue card for week 232 at CASology is cut: I have a die cut for a pair of scissors and wracked my brain to come up with an idea to use that, to no avail. Instead, I went with a “girl’s best friend”: I used an embossing folder with a diamond and sentiment then…

CASology 231 – forest

The cue card for week 231 at CASology is forest: As previously mentioned, I had already packed away my winter and Christmas supplies so I panicked a bit. The result is a bit of a stretch… I incorporated the colour green and a plant stamp to bring in at least some elements of the traditional…

CASology 230 – cold

The cue card  for week 230 at CASology is: I really had to think about this one because I had already put almost all of my winter/Christmas crafting stuff in to storage. Here is what I came up with: The top layer is actually vellum. I used it to soften the patterned paper behind it…

CASology 229 – toast

Hello! Let’s ring in the new year with this two week-long challenge over at CASology. It is very apropos: toast! I admit I actually wished that I had a toast (as in bread) stamp, or even one that says “Cheers”. Alas, I was without either of those. But I did have some gold vellum: I…

CASology 206 – art

I read this week (regarding writing) that one word prompts were ineffective and not challenging. Be it writing or paper crafting, I beg to differ. The cue card this week at CASology is art: Here is my interpretation: I was happy to use one of my newly acquired Darice embossing folders! The stars are Heidi…

CASology 203 – congratulations

The CASology cue card this week is congratulations: It’s that time of year where people are moving ahead in their lives and there are plenty out there who need some congratulations! I decided to go with an engagement themed card: I took about twenty photos of this card and none of them turned out, so I…

CASology 202 – masculine

It’s a timely masculine challenge over at CASology this week: Here is my interpretation: I put down a couple of spritzes of spray ink , then stamped, heat embossed and die cut the images and sentiment (Tim Holtz). And voila, I am one card closer to nailing down CAS standards! 😀 Thanks for stopping by!…

CASology 201 – sunshine

I am sensing a bit of a theme this week in the challenges! 🙂 The CASology cue card this week is sunshine! This was such a great cue card. It’s one of those ones that can lead anywhere… The DoCrafts paper I had ordered came in this week and I was eager to use it….