CASology #151: Kids

It’s a new week at CASology, and this time we are focussing on:

I decided to make a card for a tiny kid. A baby. Well, technically, for the parents of a new baby:

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Stamped a little sweet pea on the inside of the card too. Couldn’t resist!

I kept this super CAS, as you can see. All the action takes place in the lower-third of the card, keeping the rest very clean. I decided to highlighted the sentiment by adding it to a popped up coloured banner that extends beyond the border of the card. The sweet pea was die-cut three times to give it a bit of dimension. The twine bow was added with a glue dot.

How are you going to interpret the cue this week? Your Next Stamp is sponsoring this week’s Challenge, so check out the CASology blog for further details.

Take a look at what the rest of the Design Team has created to inspire you:

Gillian Ross

Hazel Hodgkins

Jen Wills

Joyce Mehrberg

Judy Marino

Kimberly Wiener

Kymona Tracey

May Park

Melissa Chipperfield

Tracey McNeely

Guest Designer: Claire

Thanks for visiting!

Materials used:

  • Cardstock: Sahara Sand; Tangerine Tango (SU!); White (Panther)
  • Ink: Versa-Mark; Pistachio Pudding (SU!)
  • Stamp: Garden Fresh (Clearly Besotted)
  • Dies: Garden Fresh (Clearly Besotted) Stitched Mat Dies (L’il Inker Designs)
  • Other: White Embossing Powder; Dimensionals (SU!); Twine (American Crafts); Glue Dot
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11 thoughts on “CASology #151: Kids

  1. Hazel … I swear we are totally channeling each other!! Wait ’til you see my CTS card this week! Love every tiny baby part of this creation!
    =] Michele

  2. Hazel, a very cute take on the cue word. Love the die cut sweet pea image, and the color combination is beautiful paired on a kraft card base. Brilliant!

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