Week 91: NOTE

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

 

Take note!  It's time for a brand new cue word here at CASology!  Your creative minds will soon be singing as you take this week's word in different directions.  As is the case with many words in the English language, this one could be interpreted more than one way.  That, of course, just adds to the fun!

Before we see where the design team and guest designer went with the cue word, we wanted to tell you that one of our fantastic sponsors is back today with some excitement!

Sweet Stamp Shop

The Sweet Stamp Shop is buzzing with new goodies today as they kick off their second new release this month!  You MUST go take a look at all the sweetness that is going on both on the Sweet Blog and in the store!  So many fabulous new stamp sets have come out in recent months that you're going to want to add a few to your stash!  By entering a card in this week's NOTE challenge here at CASology, you'll be in the running to win a $10 gift certificate to the store!  And if you want to do a little shopping while you wait for the winner announcement, Nicole (Mrs. Sweet) is generously offering a discount code to use on today's new release stamps!  Isn't that sweet of her?!  Use code AR10 for 10% off the new release stamps (today only)!

Now let's go take a look at the inspiration that the design team and this week's guest designer created for you!

Guest Designer:  Dena
 design defined:
White space doesn't have to be white.


 Gillian 
design defined: 
Masking can let you add lots of detail to your card while still keeping it CAS.


Jen
design defined:
Interactive cards can be CAS if you keep elements and colours to a minimum. 


Joyce
 design defined: 
Minimal elements and lots of white space keeps a card CAS.


Judy 
design defined: 
Paper-piecing adds interest to a CAS card.
design defined:
Finely textured papers can enhance a CAS design.


May 
design defined: 
White open space is a perfect background for your CAS cards. 
Meghan 
design defined:
A small strip of patterned paper adds interest without monopolizing a CAS card.


Melissa
  design defined:
White on white with pops of color preserves white space.


Tracey
design defined: 
To emphasize one word on your CAS design, underline it with a marker!


Ardyth 
design defined:
Branch out beyond crafting supplies!


Now 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. Thanks for the great CUE this week, really enjoyed this challenge :)

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