Sunday, 10 September 2017

CD Sunday - 'CAS' - chosen by Meg

I haven't made very many CAS cards.  My artistic leanings are towards parchment, decoupage and stitching and CAS isn't really a concept that goes with those disciplines.  Despite that  I have really stretched myself and produced what I think is  CAS in every sense of the word.
Actually I tell a lie - once I saw the image it took me very little time and I couldn't honestly say I was stretched.
I found the image on the internet and all I could see in my mind was the sentiment that I have used. I played a bit with the image in my graphics programme and then found the blue matting layer on MCS  - Country Life CD. I then added a toning  green and a blue border to the edge of the topper -   then the sentiment and printed it out as a topper for a 7 x 7 card.

Here it is
Ideal to send to someone who is perhaps troubled, worried  or stressed. 

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  1. Love the wonderful topper Carol, I think one frog is comforting the other especially with your choice of sentiment. This card makes my favourites list.

  2. Great sentiment and it goes so well with the image - love it.
    Jocelyn x

  3. Very lovely, and creating it digitally makes it easy to post as all those "layers" come out flat. Something we need to bear in mind with soaring postage costs!

  4. I love this card, He's right it might soon be blow over, it's a beautiful image.
    Looking at the weather today I wish it would blow over.

  5. A stunning CAS card Carol, I love it.

    Sue xx

  6. Love the sentiment and the image is perfect for it. Hugs Wynn x

  7. CAS is not my usual style either Carol so I think we've both done well to make suitable cards! Great to see someone else creating cards digitally - you've put it together really well. Sorry this is so late - trying to catch up after the time away!
    CD Sunday DT.


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