Tuesday, March 1, 2022

CASology Challenge #401: HAT

 Welcome to CASology Challenge #401!

I bet you have more hats than you realize in your stamp and die collection. I know I did, with birthday hats, snow hats, bathing caps, a fedora and this fun sun hat to pick from when designing my card.

In the end, it is the Simply Graphic Sunhat die really wanting to play with an Ellen Hutson Stay Cool by Julie Ebersole sentiment that led to this card.

The sentiment is clear heat embossed on the white panel with Tumbled Glass and Salty Ocean Distress Inks blended over so the sentiment pops. An Essential Ovals die provides a frame and resting spot for the bright pink hat.

I hope you check out the terrific design team cards!

Jacquie Southas (you are here)

Guest Designer: Tracy!

We are looking forward to seeing how HAT inspires you - just remember to keep it Clean & Simple! This is a month long challenge, so you have until 9 AM Monday, April 4th (CMT) to link your card to the CASology blog.

Thanks for stopping by,



  1. I din't have one hat or stamp die!! But I just adore this, love the colour and wish I had a hat like it, works so well with this frame and the cooling blue colour x

  2. Just LOVE this sun hat! I didn't even think of hats on snowmen stamps I have, that would have worked, too. What a fun card.

  3. Your entry for the CASology Challenge on hats is absolutely charming! The creativity and simplicity in your design truly captured the essence of the theme.

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