Tuesday, October 1, 2013

CASology #64


Welcome to Week 64 of CASology!  Here's the cue word for this week:


Despite the ridiculous number of stamps I own I have almost no harvest related images.  It wasn't until the last box of stamps I pawed through that I came across this Inkadinkado image.  I stamped it on the More Mustard card first in Cajun Craze ink and then again in More Mustard ink to give it a bit of depth.  I love the warm rusty colour of Cajun Craze - it just says autumn to me - and it really lets this image pop.  The CASology Design Team ladies have come up with their usual array of stunning creations.  Go and check them out and then play along with us!



And this week's guest designer:

Link your creations to the CASology blog and remember that submissions are due by 4pm CST on Sunday, 6 October.

Supplies Used:
Cardstock:  (Cajun Craze, More Mustard) Stampin' Up
Stamps:  (Grain from Meadow) Inkadinkado, (Sentiment from Golden Days) The Craft's Meow
Ink:  (Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Early Espresso) Stampin' Up
Gems:  Recollections

21 comments:

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Love it - such a classic rustic image and yet you've made it feel clean and modern!

Meghan said...

Ahhhh....another beauty!

wienerhoneymooners said...

Love that card base color -Divine touch of twine and stamp is awesome-SUPER!!!

Lindsey said...

Beautiful, Jen. Perfect image and colours... for the autumn you don't even have. ;)

Gillian R said...

Wow stunning colours Jen. Hope you are keeping well. Sorry for the lack of visits life is getting in the way right now

Jessi Fogan said...

Lindsey made me laugh...yep, no wonder you don't have any 'stereotypical' harvest images - except this one :) I think I have it too! Love the fussy cutting!

Deepti said...

This is such a perfect card for the theme :) love the color of the card

Lynn said...

Well your patience in going through your goodies paid off! Gorgeous harvest card!

Bobby said...

Yes this color says autumn, and your fussy cutting is perfection.

Rosemary said...

this is just gorgeous... love the bold colors that you used!!

Melissa said...

Just gorgeous, Jen! Love the rich autumn colors and the dimension you so effectively added! :) Wheat has always been a picture of a harvest to me!

Maureen Morton said...

What a gorgeous, classic design with great colors, jen. Great for mass-production, if necessary. Love it.

Joyce said...

What a fabulous card--the colors are so warm and rich.

Tracey McNeely said...

Lovely Autumn colours and that stamp is perfect Jen!

Gay Peplow said...

Well you made a brilliant job with your wheat stamp, inked and cut out beautifully, I love it popped out for dimension. Using a coloured base is just perfect here too :D Gay x

Judy1223 said...

Jen, you ricked the double stamping technique right along with Ardyth this week! You are right, that color is so rich and deep, it just screams fall! Awesome CAS card!

mypapercraftworld said...

Stunning, Jen ... the colours are so rich and autumnal and the wheatsheaf almost glows against the darker card base ... yum! Anita :)

mypapercraftworld said...

Oops ... didn't mean to hit send there, Jen, I meant to add ... thanks so much for the shoutout last week, I soooo appreciate it! Anita :)

Jean said...

Fabulous colors for the harvest challenge ~ love the depth on the wheat image!

lostinpaper said...

I'm sure that you couldn't possibly own a 'ridiculous' amount of stamps Jen... there is really no such thing lol. I'm so glad you found this wheat though.. otherwise you may have to have gone shopping lol!

Ange Kelly said...

I so love the colours off his gorgeous CAS card!