Tuesday, August 4, 2015

CASology #158


Welcome to Week 158 of CASology!  Take a look at the cue word for this week:


I hemmed and hawed over this cue word for ages and was pretty convinced that I was going to make a precious new baby card until I started flipping through my stamps and found this Sweet Stamp Shop sentiment.  There is always a silver linking and silver is a precious metal.  Card dilemma solved!  Take a moment to check out the gorgeous creations from the rest of the design team and then dig into your crafty stash and play along!



And this week's guest designers:


Link your creations to the CASology blog and remember that the deadline for entries is Monday at noon (CST).

Supplies Used:
Cardstock:  (Daffodil Delight, Basic Grey, Basic Black, Brushed Silver) Stampin' Up
Stamps:  (Sentiment from Chemistry) Sweet Stamp Shop
Inks:  (VersaFine Onyx Black) Tsukineko
Dies:  (Clouds) Papertrey Ink

11 comments:

Melissa said...

Awesome card, Jen! Love the black/grey and that bright pop of yellow! So glad you had a light bulb moment! ;)

Ardyth said...

Love this idea, but that pop of yellow takes it over the top!

Lisa said...

Catching up after vacation! You have some fabulous cards posted Jen!! Love the silver lining inspiration and your Paper Players sketch card is so sweet!

Leigh Penner said...

Fabulous!

Shelly said...

Fabulous card, Jen!

Happy Dance said...

Great take on the cue card, Jen. Seeking out the silver linings is a precious endeavor. Fabulous sentiment on a fabulous card. Love it. Bev

Joyce said...

Fantastic card. Love your interpretation of the cue word.

Lindsey said...

Now _that_ is a definition of precious I can get behind! My first impressions were all too, well, precious. ;) I really like the contrast of the black clouds.

Hannelie said...

Must agree... this one me thinking hard and long too!
LOVE what you came up with!!!

Judy1223 said...

Awesome silver lining, Jen...so many precious elements to your card! As always, I LOVE it!

kreativekymona.com said...

Hey Jen!! Super doper why to interpret the cue card. Their really is always a silver lining!! Nicely done.