Tuesday 9 August 2016

CASology 210 - Dizzy


This week's CASology Cue Card is Dizzy!



This is a fun one - so many ideas (make sure you check out the DT!). I went with this Mama Elephant Ferris Wheel.

I stamped it in Versafine Onyx and embossed it with clear ep. I created 'ground' with a mask and sponged some grass and some sky to add a bit of soft colour.

Now it's your turn! The DT has some more inspiration for you:


11 comments:

  1. Love how the simple inking grounds this image! Terrific card, Ardyth!

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  2. A great image for the challenge! pretty sponged color for sky and land!

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  3. Gosh you do CAS so perfectly. That's what I think EVERY time I see another one of your designs. You know just how to take a clean line and make it absolutely stunning. Love the way the color just fades here.

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  4. The Cue Card inspiration definitely had me confused, but when I saw your gorgeous creation, it all made sense! Yes, going 'round & 'round makes me DIZZY too, but a merry-go-round is so much fun, I can handle it! :-) GREAT take on the challenge, Ardith!

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  5. LOVE. LOVE. LOVE. THIS. CARD!!! Clean, simple and graphic! Great sentiment too!

    Had a surprise visit from Brady this past week, so have been MIA ... just wish it could have been a longer visit!

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  6. I am totally impressed at all the different interpretations for this cue, yours included! And the perfect sentiment, too!

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  7. Super cute and perfect for the cue word!!

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  8. Love your take on the theme Ardyth - this is a wonderful card
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  9. That inking is simply wonderful. I love that thickened green edge, adding a touch of shadow on one side of your ferris wheel! Love it!

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  10. Oh Ardith. This is drop dead gorgeous.So simple and wonderfully composed.

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  11. I love the blue and green inks and the crisp black image...perfect for the cue!!

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