Tuesday, July 12, 2016

CASology #206


Welcome to Week 206 of CASology!  Take a look at the cue word for this week:


I broke out some NBUS goodies for today's card - the Reverse Confetti globe die and the Sweet Stamp Shop box of crayons were dusted off and put to use for the first time.  Originally I was going to have the Earth be blue and green but having that behind the colorful crayons was just way too busy so I kept the whole globe neutral.  I added the crayon colours to the sentiment for a little fun and to tie everything together.

Looking forward to seeing what direction the cue word takes you.  Check out the gorgeousness from the rest of the design and then play along!   



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Supplies Used:
Cardstock:  (White) Papertrey Ink, (Smokey Slate) Stampin' Up
Stamps:  (Crayons from Artsy Fartsy) Sweet Stamp Shop, (Sentiment from Word Salad) Paper Smooches
Ink:  (VersaFine Onyx Black, Memento Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko
Dies:  (Globe) Reverse Confetti
Markers:  (R27, YR04, Y17, G07, G28, B29, 100) Copic
Gems:  Recollections

9 comments:

Karen B. said...

What a clever card!

Anita in France said...

Fun and so clever, Jen ... love how you 'used' the crayons to colour in the open letters in the sentiment! Hugs, Anita :)

Lisa said...

How CUTE Jen!! Love the box of crayons!!

Joyce said...

Love how well your sentiment and image work together. Brilliant use of the globe and crayons.

Bibi, Rubber Dance Stamps said...

Great card! Perfect combination of the globe, crayons and sentiment. The colors inside the sentiment does bind it all together. Well done!

Jenny said...

I agree, the neutral globe makes those coloured crayons stand out...love how you've illustrated the sentiment :)

Bobby said...

Way to tie the sentiment in with your image, Jen, and good call to leave the globe neutral.

Lindsey said...

Yep, I'd say the neutral globe was the right decision — and so were the pops of colour in the sentiment! (Even if there is a 'u' missing, lol!)

Ardyth said...

How did I miss this? It's genius! Love the coloured letters!