Tuesday 25 October 2016

CASology 221 - Cure

This week's CASology Cue Card is Cure

Funny story - Jen and I often have similar ideas for Cue Cards. Then it's a race to see who gets it posted to the DT blog first, and who has to go back to the drawing board! This week I lost - Jen got there first with her punny adorable card.

This card started out as a one-layer card. It's so easy to keep a one-layer card CAS. But just as I was taking the photo, I felt it needed something more. This white-on-white heart layer preserves white space and adds interest. But (probably more importantly), it adds a message of love to the more obvious message of hope.

I used:
-Concord & 9th Script Alpha
-Essentials by Ellen Folk Hearts
-ribbon by Deadbeat Designs

Now it's your turn! Before you go, make sure to check out the rest of the DT for more inspiration:


  1. Perfection! Adore this and that one little rhinestone on the ribbon!

  2. Great design, Ardyth. The little pink ribbon with its diamond is simple and lovely. Glad you went with the white heart; it adds so much without adding too much. Very pretty. Bev

  3. Love how your sentiment, ribbon and heart came together on this card.

  4. At least now you have two cards, right? ;) This is a beauty.

  5. A white on white stunner, Ardyth ... the pop of colour and bling on the ribbon is just the perfect touch! Hugs & bisous, Anita :)

  6. wonderful card - the ultimate casology

  7. Oh, I like this and that tiny pink ribbon!!

  8. So awesome Ardyth ! I love the calligraphy of the sentiment and this tiny pink ribbon with its gem ! So CAS but so amazing ! Thanks for sharing.
    Izzy Scrap

  9. Ha ha! I had a feeling that little piggy would be popular. :) Love this though and you're right about the heart adding some love to the message. Love the little gem on the ribbon too.

  10. I love the white-on-white and totally agree that it adds interest and definitely works to make the message the focal point of the card :)


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