Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Hopper Shaver

Hello.  Welcome.  I was over at CASology today and their cue word is 'Toast'.  Had images of pieces of bread leaping from a small household appliance, as indeed did some of the DT LOL, but then these two lovely ladies from Unity Stamps sprang to mind......

I stamped Unity's Party Girls with Picked Raspberry distress ink.  I stamped the sentiment in black, but since the cue word was toast, I masked off the first two words, I love, and wrote in 'To' instead.  Cheers!!

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
CASology Week 229 - Toast 
Penny Black and More Challenge - Black and White Plus One 
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Party Time 
One Crazy Stamper December Challenge - Always  Friends
Nordsalten Hobbyklubb 152 - Lag Det Du Er Best Pa CAS is my favourite style


  1. It's a super entry for this months theme Gail, many thanks for joining us at Penny Black and More challenge.

    B x

  2. Fabulous card Gail!
    Thank you for sharing over at Penny Black and more.
    Wishing you Happy New Year;-))m

  3. Heee! I love this card. The image and the greeting put a big smile on my face!

  4. Love the image, perfect for your CAS card! Thanks for joining us this week on Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! Barbara

  5. Oh I LOVE that sentiment!
    A fabulous take on the cue card !
    Thanks for joining CASology!

  6. CAS can sometime look easy to make, but it really is not. It takes planning to get it right. I admire your card so much, and I can see why you have CAS as your fav style.
    Thank you for joining us at Nordsalten Hobbyklubb :-)

  7. Lovely CAS card! Great stamp! Thanks for joining us at Nordsalten Hobbyklubb! Anne Lill - DT NSHK


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