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Clean and Simple (CAS) Favorites for the Week Ending January 30, 2011
Welcome to the Clean and Simple (or CAS) Favorites of the Week thread! This is the place to share your favorite CAS projects from the gallery...those that inspire you, impress you, and make you want to type onomatopoeic words like "THUD" and use lots of exclamation points.
Everyone is welcome to post links to their CAS favorites from the past week's gallery uploads. EVERYONE! That means YOU!
I'll go first to get us started.
willysgirl made a sweetly layered yet still simple card with perfect pearl placement to accent her soft and Sweet Summer Flowers
bspinks let a gorgeously embossed chandelier speak for itself on a one-layer card
stampinandrea used watercolor pencils to create a simple yet extremely effective base for a silhouette and sentiment
criminalgrace posted an absolutely adorable sledding bunny card with great textures and color
Angelnorth's Delightful Day card is a delightful explosion of turquoise butterflies that made me long for spring; her Love You card using only sentiments has amazing graphic impact
NoraAnne used a fab layout and fabric tape in great colors to make her wonderful You're An All-Star card
biggan used cotton wool to make the most realistic cattails I've ever seen on a card that looks like it should be a canvas hanging on a wall
flatfish blew me away with her use of color and simplicity with her Thanks a Million button card
Jennifer Styles' sample card for the OLW challenge this week is a fab inspiration with its blue background, white clouds, and red brad apples!
JenMarie posted a very comforting and inspiring card with a Bible verse and gorgeously simple distressing and dimension
artsy_em made a whole florist shop full of thank you notes with touches of stickles and bits of baker's twine
Many, many thanks to everyone who posted CAS creations in the gallery this week. It takes time to post cards, and time is something all of us wish we had more of! So thank you.
Now it's your turn. What CAS deliciousness did YOU find this week! And please remember to leave some comments in the gallery. What a lift to people's spirits to see that someone took time to comment on their work!
Thank you Ali and double thank you Susan for the mentions of my Delightful Day and Love You cards this week - it's always a nice warm fuzzy to find your creations have brought pleasure to someone. Thanks as ever to Karen too for the ever-present heads up with a gallery comment, much appreciated.
Wow, what a lovely start to my day!!! Thank you, Trish, for choosing my card for a CAS favorite! (I didn't even put "CAS" in the keywords because I was afraid it wasn't CAS enough to qualify. Off to remedy that now!)