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Saturday, 11 May 2013

Be Happy -[ CAS cards].


Looking around blogland this morning I read that Challenge 119  over at Less is More is to make a One Layer Card using a coloured card blank.
It is absolutely ages since I made any CAS cards . Also, I do not find them easy to make,  that is a challenge in itself for me.  So off I went and  have to say I enjoyed making these two.


The word stamps I used were from Sheena Douglas  Only Words plate.
The quirky flowers are Joffy stamps from Paper Artsy. 
The second card is  more pinky in real life. The light is not so good today for photographs. All the shading on the images is done with coloured pencils.

I will also  be joining  Challenge 44  at Addicted to Stamps and More  with my second card, this challenge theme is  Addicted to CAS.

I would also like to say hello to my new followers and thank you for following me on my creative  journey. 

Thank you for taking time to stop by, your comments are always appreciated.

21 comments:

  1. Two lovely cards Yvonne, those Jofy stamps are gorgeous. Not your usual style but beautifully done:)
    Val x

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  2. They are both beautiful. Love the script on the first one, with those pretty eyes peeping out! Hugs, Valerie

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  3. Smashing LIM cards Yvonne and love your new stamps. Annette x



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  4. Very cute JOFY stamped cards Yvonne, and not, as you say, in your usual style!

    Sally

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  5. great CAS cards, love the funky sentiments and the flowers look like they are pencil drawn-really great look. Thanks for joining us at ATSM X

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  6. Ooh I love CAS, and your cards are gorgeous, fab fun stamps ! Esther xx

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  7. Yvonne these are gorgeous (((HUGS))) xxx

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  8. I love those quirky flower stamps, they are sooooooooo cute!! Great CAS cards! Thank you so much for visiting my blog, waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

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  9. These cards are both terrific-you have nailed the CAS on both of them

    Love Chrissie xx

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  10. Elegant and more Yvonne, I love CAS cards but can't seem to make them myself. Think it's knowing when to stop which I have the problem with lol.

    Hugs Shirley x x

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  11. Love both of your CAS cards, the flowers and sentiments are so sweet!

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  12. This is something different from you Yvonne! They're great, I love those doodly flowers. xx

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  13. Lovely cards Yvonne. i was looking at these stamps at HSNW yesterday but didn't buy them... don't ask me why cos I love em... maybe I wanted them all! lol
    Suzi B x

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  14. These are both lovely cards Yvonne.You have done a great job with the CAS style. I love the word stamps.
    Jean x

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  15. Two fantastic CAS cards. Love them done with the colored cardstock base! Thanks for joining us at ATCAS. Loll :)

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  16. Fab CAS cards, Yvonne - those JOFYS can do anything, can't they?! Love the second one especially, with that delicate background and lovely colours on the flowers.
    Alison x

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  17. A very different style from your normal style. I do like the card entered into our CAS challenge, very funky. Thanks for sharing with us at Addicted to Stamps and More Challenges. Caz DT

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  18. What fabulous funky flowers, for me the colour combo in the second card is favourite!
    Sorry I'm a bit slow getting around to commenting this week but I've been on grandchildren duty since last Thursday!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  19. Two stunning cards Yvonne, and fabulous sentiments. Love the Joffy stamps - perfect for CAS
    Avril xx

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  20. You've been very created the last few days, great projects. I especially love this CAS ones.

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  21. I sure wouldn't guess that CAS cards aren't easy for you as both of these are perfectly CAS and very lovely. Thanks so much for joining us this week at ATS&M.

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