This week's CASology Cue Card is Candy!
Of course candy is top of everybody's list at this time of year. My 11 1/2 year old daughter has a friend named Anna. Anna's mother was trying to convince her that she is too old for trick-or-treating and 'positively reinforced' (NOT bribed) her to give it up by letting her plan and host an elaborate Halloween party for her friends (including Kate) instead. I bet you see where this is going, right? Yep - they're going to trick-or-treat first and then have the party. lol!
My card shows that one central focal point on a white card will always look CAS. I used Avery Elle's Hello set for the 'name tag', Neat&Tangled's Sweet Home for the gumdrops (coloured in Copics then coated with Icicle Stickles for the 'sugar'), and Technique Tuesday's Your Choice for the 'sweet'.
Now it's your turn - I can't wait to see all the sweet creations for this challenge! Make sure you stop by the DT blogs for even more inspiration!
Jen Wills (taking a hurricane-induced break)
and this week's Guest Designer: Gunsan
Ardyth, this card is just so perfect! I'm speechless!ReplyDelete
Love these gumdrops, Ardyth. The stickles make them look so real! Love your 'sweet' card :)ReplyDelete
What a fun card and perfect for the challenge.ReplyDelete
Perfect, love the sparkly sweets xReplyDelete
Oh that is too funny. I love it. You card is adorable. Think I need those hello stamps.ReplyDelete
Hahaha, Ardyth ... what creative girls they are!! Fabulous card ... the shimmery sugar coating's yummy! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Your girls sound as creative as mine. You know it's always all about the candy. This is a perfect CAS card, and I am impressed with how well you got all your various brands of supplies to play well together.ReplyDelete
Love your Stickles gumdrops Ardyth, love the story more. Smart girls. Brooklyn went out trick or treating until grade 9. It became more social and she came back with hardly any candy. Hope Kate and Anna have a great time!ReplyDelete
Ahh, the icicle Stickles make that candy look positively edible! Yum! I hope your daughter and her friends have fun trick-or-treating AND partying, before you know it they will outgrow it and you'll miss it! Somehow my kids still wanted to trick-or-treat even when they had mouths full of braces and couldn't eat anything they brought home! Of course I was more than willing to help out...ReplyDelete
Haha! Going to trick-or-treat and then having the party sounds so fun for 'girls'! On to your sweet card, I love the use of Icicle Stickles for the sugar! It made a big difference! MayReplyDelete
You are so clever Ardyth this is perfect card for Halloween and soo cuutee the stickles make your candy looks soo yummy may I take the purple one.....I dont have the idea like yours this is such a brilliant idea for a CAS card..may I CASEing your Idea dear Ardyth..I will tell you if I do...hope you have a little time to visiting my CANDY card...hugs, MonikaReplyDelete
I think the girls are fabulously creative! lol I can't say I blame them for wanting to go trick or treating, I mean who wants to give that up?!!! lol My youngest went for quite a while with his cousin because they both looked so young. I am loving you wonderful CAS card, the gum drops are amazing looking! Hugs, BrendaReplyDelete