Wednesday, May 25, 2016

WWC69 - Kath's CAS Masculine Challenge

I was asked to pick a theme for our CAS challenge at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge blog. I decided it was time for a Masculine theme!
A CAS masculine card was harder to do then I thought it would be and I think my card barely qualifies, but here it is.
I used Guy Greetings and cut up a card base from Watercolor Wishes card kit. I kept the card to two colors, Whisper White & Tip Top Taupe.

Head on over to Watercooler Wednesday see what the artists there have created and start creating a CAS masculine card and link it at the bottom of the post!

I'm hoping that soon I will be posting more often, my son is moving out of my Stamp Room this week! :)

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

WWC68 - Libby's Color Challenge

Libby gave us this weeks challenge
A goodbye to some wonderful In Colors!
I managed to use all five colors!
Check out what the artists at Watercooler Wednesday have created and then join the challenge! Don't forget to link your project!

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

WWC67 - Deborah presents "All Boxed Up"

Deborah presented a box challenge for us.

I went with my favorite Curvy Keepsake Box.  I came up with the dragon box when the framelits first came out in the Stampin' Up catalog and it is still a favorite of many of my friends.

I went with my favorite retiring color, Blackberry Bliss, I am going to miss it!
and a shot of the back.
Check out what the artists at Watercooler Wednesday have created and then join the challenge! Don't forget to link your project!

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

WWC66 - Libby's Sketch Challenge

This week Libby gave us a wonderful sketch as our challenge!
Here is the card I made for this challenge

I decide a shaker card would be fun! I filled the shaker part with seed beads and little parts snip of the electronic boards inside a broken TV.
I took the color from the DSP that is in the Going Places DSP stack(in real life the color do match).

Check out what the artists at Watercooler Wednesday have done with this sketch, then use the sketch and create your own project and link it at the bottom of the post.
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