Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Muse #287 + FMS #359

My card was inspired by Kim's beautiful card for Muse #287 and the design of Freshly Made Sketches #359.




Kim's great sentiment came from Skip to My Lou, where I found a fun free printable tag to use as the sentiment on my card.


  


The Avery Elle Mother's Day image is stamped on the white panel and a scrap of paper. The images are colored with Copic markers and the center three flowers fussy cut from the second image.




The pink panel is adhered over the colored image, the sentiment panel popped up over that and then the flower trio added. This panel was then adhered to a pink card base and the sequins scattered around.

Thanks for stopping by,

Jacquie

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

CASology Week 317: MENU

Welcome to Week 317 at CASology!




I had to let this cue word roll around in my head for a while before a trip to Yogurtland this week inspired me to use Lawn Fawn's Sweetest Flavor stamps and dies to create a menu inspired card.




The ice cream image is inked with Versamark, stamped on watercolor paper and heat embossed before being colored with Zig markers. Once these cones were dry, they are die cut and popped up on the sentiment stamped panel.




The design team has more great ideas!



Jacquie Southas (you are here)

Guest Designer: Ishani!

Sponsor: STAMPlorations!


We are looking forward to seeing how MENU inspires you - just remember to keep it Clean & Simple! You have until 9 AM Monday, October 22nd.  (CMT) to link your card to the CASology blog.


Thanks for stopping by,

Jacquie


Sunday, October 14, 2018

Twofer: Harvest + Muse #286 + CTD514 + Seize the Birthday AND MCV#110

 I have three cards to share today. The first two were inspired by the Twofer Card Challenge #10: Harvest Challenge.




It is easy to see the Harvest connection with my sympathy card using the fall colors on the leaves. The lily on the birthday card is a bit more of a reach as I thought of planting fall bulbs to harvest spring and summer flowers.

Mama Elephant Freestyle Floral images and PTI Penned Elegance stamps are used on both cards. 




Tracey's Muse #286 card inspired the rectangular wreath of leaves and buds. Copic markers in the Color Throwdown #514 colors filled in the sketchy shapes.




  


The sentiment is positioned first on the birthday card and then the floral images stamped and masked before being colored with Copic markers. The finished panel is popped up on a purple card base.




This card is being linked to Seize the Birthday where Anything Goes for the current challenge.




My third card is inspired by Cornelia's starry night for Muse ChristmasVisions #110, using the inked sky, trees and sentiment.






The Poppystamps Open Hillside and Snowscape dies are layered for this card. The sky piece of the Snowscape is inked with Salty Ocean and Chipped Sapphire Distress inks before being adhered to the card base and the snowflakes inset back in place.




The PTI sentiment is stamped on the Open Hillside die cut before it is layered on the card base.

Thanks for stopping by!

Jacquie



Tuesday, October 9, 2018

CASology Week 316: PUNCTUATION

Welcome to Week 316 at CASology!




Do you love your punctuation marks as much as I do? Whether you use them to create an emoji image, add emphasis to a sentiment, highlight a quote or create a shaped panel there are endless ways to be inspired by punctuation.

I was inspired to use brackets as a design element and cut the PTI Half & Half die twice and layered them to get the narrow black edge. The Big Hugs sentiment was added and the panel wrapped around a rectangular panel so that the bracket edge is popped up on the front and the other end adhered flush to the back.




To reinforce the bracket design element, I pulled out an ancient  Pink Paislee embellishment bracket and colored it with Copic markers.




The design team has terrific cards this week!



Jacquie Southas (you are here)

Guest Designer: Raga!



We are looking forward to seeing how PUNCTUATION inspires you - just remember to keep it Clean & Simple! You have until 9 AM Monday, October 15st.  (CMT) to link your card to the CASology blog.

Thanks for stopping by,

Jacquie




Tuesday, October 2, 2018

CASology Week 315: GRATITUTE

Welcome to Week 315 at CASology!




Our cue word had me thinking about the little things that make me grateful, and with temperatures dropping into my favorite zone, I'm grateful for cool nights and warm days where the windows are always wide open.




I love this Avery Elle die and cut into the pink patterned paper, careful to hang onto the little pieces knowing they are needed when the white die cut is inset into the panel. A scalloped frame adds a finishing touch to this truly fast CAS card.




The design team has gorgeous cards this week!



Jacquie Southas (you are here)

Guest Designer:  Haris and Coni!

We are looking forward to seeing how GRATITUDE inspires you - just remember to keep it Clean & Simple! You have until 9 AM Monday, October 8st.  (CMT) to link your card to the CASology blog.

Thanks for stopping by,

Jacquie