This week's CASology Cue Card is Free!
I think I may have been the "Einstein" that suggested this one and over the weekend there was some discussion amongst the DT members as to how to interpret this cue card. By the end of it, there were lots of ideas (as you'll see when you visit their blogs!). I even thought I could have used my "Wheels" card for this cue card!
We knew that people (at least American and some Canadian people) would be making patriotic-type cards as we approach Canada Day and Independence Day, but of course our participants stretch further than the borders of these two countries! In honour of my American family and friends, here's another FREE card for you, inspired by both the card above (layout) and yesterday's birthday card for Struan (colours):
So feel FREE to make a card that represents FREE however you interpret it. How about that shopkeeper's sign 'Unattended children will be given an espresso and a free puppy'? (I couldn't find my puppy stamps!)
I went with horses - these ones from an old SU! set look especially free to me, as they gallop through their misty field. I decided to make a one-layer card, which is pretty much as CAS as it gets. I masked and sponged a small area, used dramatic black silhouettes and left lots of white space. Even this sentiment has been masked - it's the last line of a much larger sentiment from Door County rubber stamps. This one will be given to my sister, the equine surgeon. Unfortunately, she sometimes needs horse sympathy cards and they're hard to find in Hallmark!
Now it's your turn to interpret FREE for your creation this week. Before you do, drop by the blogs of the other DT members and see where they went with this cue card!
and this week's Guest Designer: Vicky