CASology #197: Tear

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Hi All,

Is ‘tear’ a verb or a noun? You decide!

I treated it as a verb, and created my sea by  ‘tearing’ a strip of post-it paper, and inking across the edge of it, into the negative space created by a die-cut circle. This gave me a lovely textured edge, without the need to add a layer.

To maintain white space, but to create some interest, I scored the base card, paper-pieced the boat sails and added three gemstone ‘port-holes’. Enough faffing about with one wee boat, don’t you think!

The DT have taken you down a variety of noun and verb paths this week. Take a look!

Ardyth Percy-Robb

Deidre Payne

Hannelie Bester

Hazel Hodgkins – you are here!

Jacquie Southas

Jen Wills

Joyce Mehrberg

Judy Marino

Kymona Tracey

Melissa Chipperfield

Sherrie Mannion

Tracey McNeely

Guest Designer: Marilyn

Sponsor:  Right at Home

Thanks for visiting! 🙂

Materials used:

  • Cardstock: Whisper White; Silver Slate; Raspberry Ripple; Birthday Basics DSP (Stampin’ Up!)
  • Ink: Tempting Turquoise; Pacific Point; Memento Tuxedo Black; Daffodil Delight (Stampin’ Up!)
  • Stamps: Boy’s Party (Annabelle Stamps); Mini Clear Stamps CS913 Birthday  (KaiserCraft)
  • Die: MFT Pierced Square Stax
  • Other: mini blue rhinestones (my stash); Simply Scored scoring tool (Stampin’ Up!)
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5 thoughts on “CASology #197: Tear

  1. Love the way you layered with this with the offset grey panel and the scored background and your torn sea is brilliant! I’m also going to totally steal your idea of gemstone portholes! 😀

  2. Such a cute card, Hazel! I love your torn paper (looks just like water), and the adorable little boat is so fun!

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