CASology 245 – grow

What a cue card for CASology #245: Timely and full of potential! Here is what I came up with: The idea I had going in to this design was someone grateful to a parent or mentor who has helped along the way and shaped the person they are today. I pepped up the stamping with…

CASology #243 – icing

Note: A big thanks to Jacquie for the honourable mention for CASology #242 – text! What a sweet cue card for CASology #243: Here is my card: My first version had yellow icing and a gold wrapper but the Copic marker kinda leaked and things got a bit messy. So purple it is. Then I…

CASology #242 – text

UPDATE (Tues 04 April) – If you haven’t checked out the submissions for CASology #242, I highly recommend you click the link and check them out. They are fantastic! Here is my card: I channeled my inner teenager for inspiration. An embossed card, a small die cut and one simple stamp turned in to a…

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 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 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…