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Old 04-16-2011, 01:02 PM   #1
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I LOVE patterned paper but my style is typically CAS - how can I incorporate it without going overboard? This is something I struggle with a lot so any tips would be appreciated. TIA!
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What about...

a punched border
a panel creating a border around your stamped image
a few strips of coordinating paper lined up under your stamped image
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Great ideas from Dina!

I think paper piecing and the faux cloisonne look can work on a CAS card.

You could also use a strip inside the card near the bottom edge and even line your envelopes with patterned paper.

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Actually here is a faux cloisonne from my gallery. If you take away the rhinestones and silver embossing at the edges, I think it'd be CAS. ;^)

And here's one with just a strip of patterned paper.

I guess to me clean and simple design doesn't exclude patterns. . . if the design is uncluttered/uncomplicated, I think of it as CAS. But I know others feel CAS embraces negative space more.
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I am mostly CAS myself but have tons of patterned paper (all from the beginning when I didn't know what I was doing but sure knew how to buy). I love paper piece-ing, especially as I am an untalented colorist (color-er?). I also make envelopes with my patterned paper when I have the energy (I have a template for this).
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Ohhhhh thanks ladies for all the ideas! Now I won't feel bad about my Basic Grey paper obsession.......
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I have a lot of CAS cards in my gallery and I often times use dp. I picked out a few to show you. Hope this helps!

Birthday Hydrangea by LaLatty - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

Masculine Cupcake by LaLatty - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

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Those are great examples, Patty!!

And wifelady, a Basic Grey obsession is the best paper obsession to have ;^) !! I love it myself.
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Subbing for the great ideas as this is something I struggle with too.
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Here are some of mine that I consider CAS

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You can check my blog to see how I do it. Basically u don't need to cover the entire card with dp and if you do just use simple patterns. Put as little embellishments as possible. Don't put is even better.
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I love cas cards and have many in my gallery...here are a few that use dp:

Sunny Day

A Banner Day Birthday

To You From Me

Queen of Hearts

Do You Believe

Don't know if that will help at all.....happy stamping and paper piecing.
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Punching simple shapes could work. The attached example actually uses stamps but the same concept would work with DP. Covering the flap of an envie with the same DP would make for a really smart look, too!
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just using it to make one panel or layer on a portion of your card would be easy enough. if you edge it with ink it will stay grounded.
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Here is a CAS card I made using the same patterned paper for the mats and the paper piecing.

Pieces of Flowers by Misstreez - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

Here is another CAS card where the whole card is patterned paper. Since it was a heavier weight CS I was able to use it for the card base also.

Better Bauble by Misstreez - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

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Those are great examples, Patty!!

And wifelady, a Basic Grey obsession is the best paper obsession to have ;^) !! I love it myself.
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Lovely cards, ladies!!! I always use the scraps of my patterned papers on the inside of my cards, either completely covering them (with more subtle patterns and pastels) or strips/rectangles in the corners... That helps me use more of my paper. Matching envelopes are great, too
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Here are some ideas from my gallery - I mostly do CAS cards.

Use one layer as background with a simple stamped image on it:

Silver Snowflake on Scalloped Circle

Frame your stamped image with some dp:

CAS101 Snowman

A background layer of dp, then some punched shapes from the same dp mounted on white as the focal image:

Fleur de Lis Edge

CAS51 Floral Butterflies

Use the dp as the focal image of the card and add a stamped sentiment:

Thanks in Aqua and Yellow

Some kinds of dp will provide your focal image:

Snowflakes and Pearls a la Ravengirl

Use just a small strip of dp on the card:

CAS66 Happy Birthday for my Mother

Cut dp with a Nestie:

Snowflake on a Label

Stamp right on the dp:

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everyone is posting such great ideas and examples! Thanks for the inspiration!
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Punching simple shapes could work. The attached example actually uses stamps but the same concept would work with DP. Covering the flap of an envie with the same DP would make for a really smart look, too!
Love this Joanne!!!

This is really inspiring - so many great ideas for using patterned paper in a CAS way.

I'm starting to see patterned paper now as a great springboard for beginning to make more CAS cards!!!
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Here are a few cards from my gallery using patterned paper and which I consider CAS:

Peace, Love, Joy (AND the dp I used is Basic Grey!)

Spirelli Flower

A Happy Hello uses paper piecing, one of my favorite techniques, and it works really well for CAS cards.

Stacked Birdies also uses paper piecing.


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Here are a few examples from my gallery:

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I have a few in my gallery too that would work for CAS style.

Basketful of Wishes Itty Bitty by Unity Stamps by jeanstamping2 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

Colorful Birthday ~ Unity stamp by jeanstamping2 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

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Engaged Couple by jeanstamping2 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers


Just a Note from the cat. by jeanstamping2 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
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I like using just a strip of paper along the lower 1/3rd of the card:
FS218 by jazzytobi - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

As a mat for your image:
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Fabulous ideas and fantastic cards ladies! TFS

I often find it takes a lot longer to make a CAS card than one with layers - it's a whole different way of thinking. I find it easier to "balance" a multi-layered card than a CAS one with my embellies, ribbons etc. I have so much to learn......
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Subbing so I can go back and look at all these wonderful creations!!! I want to do more CAS as I am just about done with the whole collage thing, so I am going to come back and be inspired!
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i'm wowed by these awesome examples!
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Yeah, I would say if you want to use patterned papers, you should keep the layers to a minimum and you'll be ok.
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Subbing for later, thanks for the great ideas!
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I don't think I've ever seen such an effective use of a tiny strip of patterned paper as your nativity card. It is just so sweet and such a nice touch. I love it!
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Theresa, I'm so happy to see your post! How is life in Australia? Your patterned paper cards are darling!
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I love to use it with paper piecing as well. You could also use it to punch a small circle, mount it on have cardstock,etc and use it as a button type accent. I have used it to either punch circles or squares for a more geometric look and then just add a sentiment (no other stamping).
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Our tastes change and styles change, and I have tons of "extra" papers too, although I love to mix and match on my cards. I bought an envelope die from the Sizzix Outlet and am going to use lots of it to make envelopes. If the paper is white on the back side, I have used it to print off digital paper. It is the perfect weight. I also have young grandchildren that love to "do craps" at grandma's house, so this is the paper they use. You can also punch shapes and die cuts, make flowers, cover boxes.
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Thanks for posting these samples---I favorited every one!
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Check out the Clean and Simple Stamping blog - tons of sketches that allow for patterned papers:
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Here are some examples from my gallery:

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Our tastes change and styles change, and I have tons of "extra" papers too, although I love to mix and match on my cards. I bought an envelope die from the Sizzix Outlet and am going to use lots of it to make envelopes. If the paper is white on the back side, I have used it to print off digital paper. It is the perfect weight. I also have young grandchildren that love to "do craps" at grandma's house, so this is the paper they use. You can also punch shapes and die cuts, make flowers, cover boxes.
This cracked me up!!! Thanks for making my day! I use my paper (scraps, especially) for the faux cloisonne technique as well as iris folding. More work involved, but can make stunning CAS cards.
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CAS cards are definitely not my strength but my mate kerry is queen of CAS.
have a look at her blog here.

i love her cards and can only dream of making cards like hers.
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