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The first of today’s cards is made for CASology challenge #125, where the theme is silver, and skech #166 at Freshly Made Sketches.






Silver cardstock – DCWV The Metallic Stack
Silver paper – unknown
Happy Birthday rubber stamp – Verses
Silver embossing powder – Reprint
Silver thread – unknown

As CAS as it gets

This card might be the most clean and simple card I have ever made. I don’t really understand why I like these very clean cards when made by others, but think it turned out boring when I made it. Oh well. My next card might be a lot more detailed and worked on, you never know.

Anyway, here we go… The card is made for three challenges – retrosketches, CASology and Sunday Stamps. It’s the first time I participate in a Sunday Stamps challenge, I just recently found that blog.






Card base – Elle Erre Bianco
Heart with ribbon rubber stamp (it was actually a bunch of hearts tied together, but I cut out the front heart) – Magnolia (several years old, no longer available)
Single heart rubber stamp – hÄnglar & stÄnglar
Blue designer paper – We R Memory Keepers White Out (old collection from 2007, no longer available)
Sand and teal designer paper – Papercraft Scandinavia (old collection, no longer available)
Gold pen (ribbon and two small hearts) – Staedtler triplus gel-liner (doesn’t seem to be available anymore as I can’t find it on Staedtler’s website, which is a pity because I find their triplus gel-liners being the best gold and silver pens)

From three to four

I quite enjoyed the extra challenge of making one card suitable for several challenges. So today I move up from yesterday’s three challenges to four challenges! The challenges are as follow:

A sketch (click on image to visit the challenge blog post):



Colors (click on image to visit the challenge blog post):




A code word (click on image to visit the challenge blog post) – texture:

ATCAS - code word texture


And a cue card (click on image to visit the challenge blog post) – shine:

Week 98 - Shine

And, here we go, the card! 😀 I guess the use of sketch and colors is quite obvious. The corrugated cardboard as well as the texture of the glitter cardstock, are for Texture. The pieces of glittery cardstock are for Shine. Shine as in being sprakly glittery, as well as having the shape of rays shining down.





Card base – Papermania
Corrugated cardboard – Papercraft Scandinavia
Glitter cardstock – three different brands, but unfortunately I don’t remember which
Rub-on sentiment – KaiserCraft (product no longer available)
Bling stars – Papermania

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