Monday, March 17, 2014

Easter Blessings Spring CAS

This is my CAS (Clean and Simple) Stampin' Up! card for the Paper Players CAS "spring" challenge. CAS can be hard to do. You don't want your card to look like you just pulled out a stamp and applied it to a piece of paper. But you do want it to be without too much fuss. This card has three basic elements; an embossed background adds interest and anchors the elements, a banner adds balance and interest to the left side, and the art piece is the focal point and final important element.

CAS, The Paper Players, spring, floral, Banner Greetings, birthday card, Blessed Easter, Stamp with Trude, Stampin' Up!

Daffodils, Tulips and Crocus really say spring to me. So far I have seen patches of crocus and dots of daffodils, but I haven't seen tulips. They won't be far behind though!

Here is the list of supplies I used for this card:
Blessed Easter stamp set Wood #133212
Banner Greetings stamp set (hostess) Wood #129711 , Clear #129714
Whisper White card stock #100730
Strawberry Slush card stock #131295
Water color paper #122595
Stazon jet black ink #101406
Strawberry Slush Classic Stampin' ink #131178
Pistachio Pudding Classic Stampin' ink #131177
Oval Collection framelits #129381
Pistachio Pudding Stretch Ruffle trim #130020


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Have a Happy Day!
Trude

4 comments:

  1. Nothing speaks spring more than the blooms of tulips! So pretty. Love the ruffled ribbon frame. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at The Paper Players, Trude!

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  2. Great color combination and lovely coloring job, Trude! I'm with you and Sandy, tulips mean SPRING!! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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  3. Very pretty! I love the stretch ribbon around ovals! Nice combo with the decorative dots TIEF.

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  4. Thanks for the comments. Looking forward to the next challenge!

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