Tuesday, 27 May 2014

CASology 97 - Bee


This week's CASology Cue Card is Bee!



As I've done in the past, I decided to use blocks of colour to get my message across. Black and yellow is a pretty clear 'bee' message.  The key to using colour blocks on a CAS card is to keep the blocks big. Smaller stripes would have made this 'bee' look a little too busy!

For my sentiment, I used die cuts to ensure a rich black. Happy and Day are Tattered Lace dies and the 'B' is a from a Hero Arts alphabet set of dies.

Now it's your turn - get busy and show us your bee cards! But first, visit the DT blogs for even more inspiration!

18 comments:

  1. I love how you always think outside of the box Ardyth! I learn something new from you every day!

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  2. Clever and fun! Love how you interpreted BEE.♡

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  3. Oh so clever and oh so Ardyth!

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  4. Another favorite on the block =]

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  5. "Bee" still my clean & graphic lovin' heart! Totally fabulous, totally clever and totally Ardyth!

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  6. Nicely done.....clever and graphic as always. Love!

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  7. How appropriate that you used "B" day. Always love your color blocking.

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  8. So sharp! Love the colour blocks and puny sentiment - CAS and striking as always :)

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  9. Fabulous idea--you got the point across without any nasty bees. Very smart.

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  10. Superb take on the cue card !! Love the simplistic take :)

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  11. Crisp, bold, striking and so you, Ardyth! Anita :)

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  12. So clever Ardyth, I love it!! :D x

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  13. Yet again, your signature flair and style shine! Your B card rocks!
    c

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  14. I love your literal approach!! This is fantastic.

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  15. Love this color-blocking technique. And it's bee free! Perfect in my book!

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  16. Those color blocks make this a stunner! There's no doubt in my mind what this represents! :)

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