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Saturday, 2 August 2014

Send a Smile for Kids CAS Challenge #84

It's time for another challenge over at
Send a Smile 4 Kids
and it is CAS (Clean and Simple)
 


I am one that struggles sometimes with just 'simple'
We tend to want to keep adding so here they are.
My first card was fairly simple to make.
I used layers of white card stock and scored the back one
and deciding not to pop them.
Punched the bottom with a MS punch
The lovely digi I coloured is from
DRS Designs called Leaf Butterfly Spray.
  I picked this design so I could make
this card suitable for giving to an Adult as maybe a
'Note of Thanks'
Added a colourful ribbon and a few rhinestones to finish.
 
  


Here is a really simple digi from A Day for Daisies
 I decided she needed to be surrounded by flowers.
The DP's are from American Crafts
Punch for ribbon is Stampin' Up
I used various punches from
 Carl and Martha Stewart for the flowers
The background on the digi is stamped from
SU Beyond the Basics
Fussy cut the sweet little girls dress.
Added Liquid Pearls and Startdust Stickles
 in the centre of the flowers.

Our sponsor's prizes for the Winners are

A Day for Daisies - $12 gift certificate
DSR Designs - $10 gift certificate
Kitchen Sink Stamps - $25  gift certificate

Don't forget to pop over to the other Designer sfrom
Team SAS to see their lovely cards.

Thanks for stopping by and until next time

Cherrio from


 
 

4 comments:

Chasing the Dream said...

What a beauty and eye catching details. Beautifully crafted.
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Maria :) said...

These 2 cards are very beautiful

Kathy S said...

Ina, these are beautiful designs team examples. Great to be on such a talented team. I too don't do many clean and simple cards so I totally understand.

Susan Sieracki said...

The ribbon on that first card is spectacular. The color is amazing and fits beautifully with the image. Beautiful card, my friend! The second card is equally beautiful, just completely different. I love the designer paper and I really love how you used all the extra flowers to surround the image like that.