Tuesday 30 June 2015

Week 303–CAS (Clean and Simple)

Good morning dear crafters.  I hope you all had a brilliant week last week.  Thank you so much for your fantastic entries for last week’s ‘rainbows’ challenge.  The DT had a wonderful time visiting your blogs and seeing your amazing creations.  Shelly was a little disappointed there weren’t more entries for her challenge but loved all the entries she did have.  Don’t forget to come back later to find out who Shelly has chosen as her top 5 passionista and to find out who the lucky winner of the 2 digis courtesy of Polkadoodles will be.

Onto this week’s challenge which has been set by Sue from Team 2 and she has given us the theme of “CAS (clean and simple)”.  Sue would like you to make anything you like but with lots of ‘white’ space and minimal embellishments.  Sounds like fun doesn’t it!!  Please remember you can enter using any type of creation, it doesn’t have to be a card.  Don’t forget, as always, to be eligible for our prize draw you must use your Letraset products (i.e. promarkers, flex markers, aqua markers, tria markers, metallic markers or neon markers).

We are super excited this week as we have 2 generous sponsors with amazing prizes up for grabs!

Firstly we have Bugaboo stamps who are offering one lucky winner a prize of a $12.00 voucher to spend in their online store.

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Our second sponsor is Letraset who are offering one lucky winner a 6 pack of Promarkers (Neutrals).


The design team have worked their magic once again this week and have created beautiful cards to inspire you (please click on their names to visit their personal blogs):


Sue - CAS


Andie - CAS


Donna - CAS


Kelly - CAS

Lorraine B.

Lorraine B - CAS

Lorraine C.

Lorraine C - CAS


Lotta - CAS


Natalie - CAS

Another week of wonderful inspiration from the DT!! We hope you can join in with our challenge this week and we look forward to seeing what you create.

Hugs, Denise, Gina & DT x x


aussie aNNie said...

Sweet CAS cards and thanks for picking mine last challenge as on of the tops.xx

Huny said...

Fantastic examples of less is more and I really do find multi-layering, collage cards difficult, so it was a wonderful challenge for me. Thanks.