Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Week 62: ARROW

 

We're heading off in a new direction this week with a new cue word!  Up.  Down.  Left.  Right.  Who knows where this word will take us!  We're ready to find out, so put your thinking caps on and let's get started!

Here is what this week's guest designer and the design team created for your inspiration:

Guest Designer:  Janet
 design defined:
You can still use patterned paper if you don't use too much of it.


Jen
design defined:
You can't go wrong with central image placement for a CAS card.


Judy
 design defined:
Arranging card elements in one corner provides lots of open white space.


design defined:
One layer cards with plenty of open space, little or no embellishments, ensures CAS success!


Maureen
design defined:
Stamp your image repeatedly in different colors for a fun background or focal point.


Meghan 
design defined: 
White space is a clean and simple card maker's friend!


Melissa
design defined:
Cluster elements of your card together to preserve plenty of white space!


Rosemary
design defined:
One well placed embellishment is perfect for a CAS design.


Tracey
design defined: 
A neutral card base can anchor your design on a CAS card.

 
Ardyth
design defined: 
Lots of white always feels clean!


Gillian 
design defined:
See what else you have in your stash other than stamps!


Now go have fun and don't forget to link up your ARROW creations by Sunday at 4:00 p.m. (CDT)!



6 comments:

  1. Wow! The DT cards are all fabulous!

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  2. You peeps are brilliant !!! Those samples are amazing...one and all!!!!!!!

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  3. arrows are sooo fun! y'all rocked it!!!! thanks for the challenge!!!

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  4. Fabulous cards ladies, and so many different ideas!

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  5. So glad I had a chance to play along. I love arrows!!!! Great DT cards!

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  6. Look at these wonderful cards, what an amazing array of DT samples, well done to you all!! Great idea for a challenge too, thank you, :D xx

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