Tuesday, 22 March 2016

CASology 190 - Weather



This week's CASology Cue Card is Weather.




I decided to be inspired by one of my favourite musicians - here we are together a couple of years ago:


I stamped a Waffleflower (Rain Check) lightning bolt in red and then masked and stamped a thin stripe of blue. The sentiment is from Inkadinkado.

Now it's your turn - March is definitely a month where weather is on our minds a lot (at least here in Toronto - it's always changeable, but hopefully on its way to warming up to a lovely spring!) Be sure to stop by the rest of the DT blogs for more inspiration:

16 comments:

  1. Brilliant card, great photo, terrific motto! You rock! :o)

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  2. Love the boldness of this card.

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  3. Love how you were inspired!

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  4. This is so fun Ardyth, Bowie forever right?

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  5. Weather. There are strange white flakes falling outside my windows as I write this. Ugh. :P So I would far rather admire your out-of-the-box interpretation!

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  6. A David Bowie inspired card, love it!!

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  7. Love your inspiration and your card, Ardyth...totally inspired!

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  8. Such a cool card! Love the take on weather! :)
    Suchi xx

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  9. Such a clever take on the weather theme, Ardyth!!!! Love the glitter strip!!! Really cute!!!!
    Have a great day!!!!

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  10. Amazing card...love your incredible inspiration.

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  11. Brilliant take on the cue word, Ardyth!! Love the two coloured bolt and the touch of glitter. It rocks!

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  12. Such a great take on the code word very dynamic and of course my all time favourite David Bowie as inspiration who could ask for more.

    Marie

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  13. Hey Ardyth!! I love that thunderbolt. Exciting! Great picture!!

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  14. So cool, Ardyth ... and (dare I say it) fun to funky!! Hugs & bisous, Anita :)

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