Tuesday, 3 June 2014

CASology 98 - Shine


This week's CASology Cue Card is Shine!



One of the shiniest supplies I have is mirror card. I used the smaller of the two petal dies from Papertrey and simply inlaid the petals into the white panel. Keeping it small allows for lots of white space, making your card feel very clean. I used a light, airy sentiment to help with the clean feeling.

I ended up creating another card so that I could also use the negative part of the mirror card. I simply cut around it with a circle nestability and then inlaid the whole thing into a popped up white panel.


Now it's your turn - let's all be magpies this week - get your shine on! Before you do, make sure you stop by the blogs of the other DT members for more inspiration.


26 comments:

  1. I love BOTH cards. I must remember that technique to use the negative...so clever!

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  2. Love, love, love both your cards.

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  3. Love these. So great Ardyth and clever to use both negative and positive pieces. Don't know how you create a wonderful cards every time. Surely you must have a card or two that hits the wastepaper basket?? Probably not.

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  4. Yet another stunner from your desk. I really like the mirror paper. Its shiny like anything!

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  5. Ardyth these are fantastic, I love the shiny flower petals both ways.

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  6. Awesome cards, Ardyth! I love the shine from the mirrored cardstock, and of course your beautiful CAS designs...so pretty! Loving how you used the negative space on the 2nd card, too!

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  7. Both are gorgeous, Ardyth. That shiny paper works so well. And the large sentiment is perfect.

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  8. Oh wow! The mirror card is a perfect choice for this challenge. Both of these cards are just stunning!

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  9. I love both of these--how fun to use mirror paper and make cards that are mirror images of each other. I love to see another person who can not let part of a die cut go to waste.

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  10. Mirror paper; mirror images - how cool are these cards! Yet another 'reflection' (sorry..had to...) of your amazing talent!
    c

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  11. WOW...times two! The mirror paper is so neat! Love Joyce's comment about using mirror paper for two cards that are mirror images of each other! Another amazing idea & card pal!

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  12. The first is beautiful! But the second is a great idea! (those bits end up in the bin here most of the time...) Hugs, Gerrina

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  13. Ardyth, I just recently found your blog. I plan to take a tour of it soon! In the meantime, your bold and beautiful birthday card inspired me to create a card for CASology. Thank you for the wonderful inspiration ...and for leading me to CASology.

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  14. Come on!!! These are too, too darned gorgeous =] I've never used mirrored cardstock - must. buy. now.

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  15. Super awesome and love that Color!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  16. I love this! You are one talented card maker Ardyth! Absolutely gorgeous!

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  17. Love these Ardyth! The new floral die is shown by you in all of it's shiny glory, great colour that you chose for a beautiful pop! the second card that you used the negative on, gorgeous too and reminds me of a slice of citrus...well, in a different colour ;)

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  18. Two totally fab cards again for this week Ardyth, I love both!! Thank you so much for your kind welcome :D x

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  19. Pink & shiny, I love it Ardyth. Great use of the negative die cut too

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  20. Stunning, Ardyth ... love how there's just the perfect amount of shine and glimmer in those gorgeous blooms! Anita :)

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  21. p.e.r.f.e.c.t.i.o.n. period.

    That second card reminds me of a sand dollar! :)

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  22. Ardyth, what a brilliant way to use the mirror paper AND use mirror images! Both cards are awesome!

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  23. Ardyth, what a brilliant way to use the mirror paper AND use mirror images! Both cards are awesome!

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  24. Goodness Ardyth both cards are gorgeous.

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  25. Ooh la la! Love the shine.

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