Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Simple CAS

Hello.  Welcome.  Happy mail today containing a couple of new Memory Box dies.  Joan had just posted her challenge over at Joan's Touch and these two happy incidents resulted in an idea for a this little beauty. 

I used an A4 piece of cream stardream card.  How cool is that sparkle.  I cut it in half and folded one half for my base card.  I cut a panel the same height as the base card but a little narrower and then I used Memory Box Calm Countryside die to cut the aperture.  I cut the final piece of the card using Memory Box Golf Club Landscape.  Then I mounted all the layers on foam pads.  A bit fiddly behind those little trees and the flag.  The things we do for arts sake.......  

Joining the fun at
Joan's Touch Challenge 9 - Any colour, dies only, 2 or more layers
Crafting Musketeers Challenge 12 - Monochrome
7 Kids Challenge 97 - Anything Goes with a Twist
Bunny Zoe's Crafts March Challenge - Monochrome

Thanks for dropping by.  Still a few hours to sign up for CCC.  Hugs


  1. Love all the white. Thanks for sharing your lovely card for Crafting Musketeers challenge 12: monochrome, Hazel, DT Crafting Musketeers x

  2. Gail, this is really way beyond what I can do, so I am so very impressed with this project! Love the pristine white for your scene. Just remarkable!

  3. This is so quietly elegant! What a gorgeous idea --white on white! Thank you for the inspiration!

  4. Love the white on white! Thanks for joining us at!

  5. Gail, white on white is always a great card. Very pretty.
    Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for this challenge.

    PS. Something happened when I created Joan's Touch and on some websites I cannot switch to me from Terri. I have tried everything to correct it, but so far no success. Looks like I might have to create a completely new web site. :(

  6. Beautiful, thank you for joining us over at the Crafting Musketeers Challenge Blog this month, Fran (DT) xxx


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